Terrifi c things to do across town this week
BY HAEVEN GIBBONS
THURSDAY, OCT. 28
Beat The Bomb’s
Beat The Bomb, an immersive video
game experience, is offering a special Halloween
experience through Sunday, Oct.
31. Players can participate in Beat The
Bomb’s Halloween Photo Contest for the
chance to win $1,000 and also get blasted
with Halloween-themed paint. To enter,
wear your scariest mask to play, post your
pics and videos to IG or Tik Tok and tag
@BeatTheBomb using #HalloweenBlast. At
Beat The Bomb, groups of 2 – 6 players can
choose from fi ve different immersive games
lasting 60 minutes each. Players must earn
time on the bomb clock by beating levels
and disarm the paint bomb before time
runs out. Ticket prices vary. 3 p.m. to 9
p.m. 255 Water St.
Mexico Week: Día De
Muertos at Rockefeller
Through Nov. 2, Mexican folk-art sculptures
will be on display at the Rockefeller
Center to honor Day of the Dead. The
sculptures were unveiled on Oct. 22. This
outside art display is free and open to the
Halloween on the
Harlem Meer: Pumpkin
Come dressed in your costume to celebrate
Halloween on the Harlem Meer.
Attendees can drop off their carved
pumpkin and fi nd a spot along the edge of
the Meer to watch the jack-o’-lanterns fl oat
by in New York’s largest pumpkin fl otilla.
Free. 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Charles A. Dana
FRIDAY, OCT. 29
Roy To Perform at
Enjoy a show from special musical guest
Lesley Roy, Ireland’s representative to the
2020 Eurovision Song Contest. Drag stars
Ronda Vu and Thin Mint will also perform.
The party will also include EurovisioNYC’s
fi rst ever lip-sync battle and a costume
contest with prizes. $10. 9 p.m. to 4 a.m.
Rockbar, 185 Christopher St.
Flatiron Food, History &
Explore the history and architecture of
Central Park pumpkin flotilla.
the Flatiron and Union Square neighborhoods
while enjoying food at famous spots
and hidden gems. $56. 10:30 a.m. to 1:30
p.m. Eataly 200 5th Ave.
SATURDAY, OCT. 30
For the Growls evening
of music and dancing
For The Growls, a Brooklyn based Black
trans-led collective that raises funds for
Black transgender people, will host “The
Heavenly Realm,” a Halloween party at The
Standard, East Village. The evening will
include performances and DJ sets curated
by For the Gowrls. All proceeds from ticket
sales will go to support the Black transgender
community. $15.82. 9:30 p.m. to 2:00
a.m. 25 Cooper Sq.
Gorey 849 Halloween
Kimpton Hotel Eventi’s fi fth annual
Halloween ball will be an immersive experience,
taking guests into a fantastical,
scary artistic installation inspired by
iconic writer and artist Edward Gorey.
Real Housewife of New Jersey, Margaret
Josephs will be the Mistress of Ceremony
with performances by Amanda Lepore and
The Girls of Karen Black. Real Housewife
of New York, Luann de Lesseps is a guest
of honor. $165. 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. SECOND.
at Kimpton Hotel Eventi.
SUNDAY, OCT. 31
Around The World In
80 Days: A New Dance
Choreographed by Matthew Westerby
and directed by Jim Furlong, this performance
shows audiences an array of dance
forms from countries around the world.
Free. 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. Hudson Guild 441
West 26th St.
PHOTO BY TODD MAISEL
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