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This Halloween, most kids will go out trick or treating and this usually results in huge bag of goodies.
FRIDAY OCTOBER 27 see's the Shivers clubnight at Electric throw one of it' biggest gigs to date with Omar-S and Tornado Wallace headline the Shivers Halloween Party.
THE OPULENT surroundings of the Spiegeltent in Eyre Square will play host to a night of glamour, decadence, sauce, and outrageous displays of sexiness, with The Dirty Circus burlesque and cabaret.
Get your best Halloween costumes on & come along to the Trick & Treat Trail of Galway City in association with Visit Galway City, The Heart of Galway Business Association & with very special thanks to The Eyre Square Shopping Centre. A unique FREE Family experience where your little ones will unearth spooky surprises & gather ghoulish goodies as they soak up the Halloween festivities in the city centre.
SALT Restaurant & Bar has become the new hot spot in Galway, having quickly established a reputation for fine food, creative cocktails and enchanting entertainment. This month, the team at SALT will be celebrating Halloween in style with a Fancy Dress Dinner Party on Bank Holiday Sunday night, October 29, and it looks set to be an event you definitely won’t want to miss.
More than 40,000 people are expected to line Galway's city centre streets to see Port Na bPucaí - The Song of the Spirits, the 2017 Macnas Halloween Parade, which will wind it's way through the streets on Sunday October 29 at 5.30pm.
Halloween has passed and everyone is now gearing themselves up for Christmas and the New Year. Of course Christmas is about buying presents for family and friends so it is likely that treats for yourself will have to be put off until 2017.
THE HALLOWEEN Bank Holiday Weekend at Electric begins tomorrow with the launch of new clubnight, MOVE, the brain child of DJ and producer John Daly.
More than 44,000 people are expected to line the streets of the city this Sunday to see Savage Grace, this year's Macnas Halloween Parade, and the public is encouraged to wear fancy dress and enjoy the wild and ghoulish fun of it all.
Halloween has grown to be one of the biggest events in the ‘going out’ calendar and Halloween in Galway is frightfully good.