Womb & Halloween

Womb Tokyo
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Celebrating Halloween with three different nights of horror (hopefully not extending to your next-day flashbacks) Womb is the place to go after you explore the Shibuya Scramble costume crush. As ever, costumes get you discounted entry and the three nights are theme-less so you can choose whatever outfit you like!

The different nights are as follows and you’ll find tickets below:

Friday 26th: N_U_O 2nd Anniversary Party Halloween Special

Featuring guest performer Promnite from LA, this night kicks off the Halloween weekend with Promnite’s first performance in Japan as well as Tsuyuki, Nackii, Rickey! and Musha X Flavio.

Entry: Advance – 2,500 yen, Door – men 3,000 yen, women 2,500 yen
Costume Discounts: 500 yen off entry for full costume
Hours: 10pm – 4.30am

Saturday 27th: Cosmopolitan Halloween Party

Aiming for a more international and female crowd, the club have paired up with Cosmopolitan for thei Saturday night bash and will have a special photo-area, a matching project and other perks. DJs include Masanori Morita and DJ Ogawa.

Entry: Door – men 3,000 yen, women 2,500 yen, flyers 2500 yen.
Costume Discounts: 1,000 yen off entry for full costume
Hours: 10.30pm – 4.30am

Wednesday 31st: P.O.W.E.R Big Halloween Party

With the special secret guest still TBA, this is the biggest night and offers performances from Cyber Japan dancers as well as music from Daishi Dance, Junk Park, Nobleman and more.

Entry: Door – 3,000 yen , advance 2,500 yen
Costume Discounts: Entry for 2,500 yen for full costume.
Hours: 9pm – 4.30am

Venue: Womb
Entry: ¥2,500 – ¥3,000
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Access: 221 m from Shinsen Station Keio Inokashira Line (IN2)
0.6 km from Shibuya Station Fukutoshin Line (C16)Ginza Line (G1)Hanzomon Line (Z1)Yamanote Line (JY20)Keio Inokashira Line (IN1)Tōkyū Den-en-toshi Line (DT1)Tōkyū Tōyoko Line (TY1)
Area: Shibuya
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