Sat, Oct
27

Scream! Halloween 2018

11:00pm
¥1,000 – ¥4,000

Now in its 9th year, Scream! is certainly one of Tokyo’s longer-running Halloween parties and can always be counted on for chills and thrills, goblins and ghouls, and freaks and frequencies. This year they are back heading at Shibuya’s WWW and taking over 2 floors with disco, house and techno tunes. Some of Tokyo’s top DJs, including Tokyo underground legend DJ Yoghurt, Mind Off headman Dani Savant and local label head Chida will be supplying the beats well into the witching hour. Wear a costume and get a ¥1,000 discount on entry. Tickets cost 4,000 yen on the door – advance tickets available below.

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