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Highlife Halloween

Highlife Halloween

For the first time ever, Highlife Entertainment, Collective Hospitality and Orange Productions are coming together to throw one of the craziest Halloween parties that Auckland has ever seen!

On Saturday October 31st 2015, Highlife Halloween will be setting the stage at The Wharf venue situated on the waterfront of Auckland’s North shore.

Get ready for a night of all things Halloween, good people and great music as we deliver an event with exceptional décor, dancers, production and more while partying alongside the picturesque Auckland city harbor.

The Wharf venue has a strict capacity and tickets will be limited to keep this party comfortable, so get your friends together and book them as soon as they go on sale to avoid missing out.

Costumes are optional but we encourage all guests to dress up or theme themselves Halloween style in some way, shape or form for this occasion.


Check out our website for more info!


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