Over the past decade Halloween has slowly cemented itself in our yearly calendar. We’re definitely not complaining, as we love dressing up. Whether it’s a terrifying haunt of a party or a classy dead affair, the entertainment should match. So in the spirit of all Hallows eve, we have found the best Headliners that go perfectly with some horrifyingly great themes.

Drop Dead Nostalgia

For late ladies in flapper dresses and gentlemen with the type of spooky charm only a ghost from the roaring 20s can possess, Halloween will be a classy affair. If this encapsulates your Halloween party, this entertainment will fit the bill.

 

Cafe Manouche

Headliner Act Cafe Manouche

Get ready to test your Charleston moves as Cafe Manouche keeps your party undead with swinging gypsy jazz. Channeling Django Reinhard and the Hot Club of France, you can expect everything from jazz standards and traditional gypsy jazz to French waltz musette and boss novas. Regardless, you’ll be swinging along on the dance floor to their guitars and hot double bass.

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The Dazzlettes

Headliner artist the dazzlettes

The roaring 20s is not the only decade that’s made its mark. If your Halloween party is of a funkier nature, the Dazzlettes knows how to set the mood, with golden Motown tunes.

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Bond Street

bond-street

 

Want Rhianna and Destiny’s Child to blend in with your vintage themed Halloween party? Enter Bond Street… Swinging their way through 90s R&B and pop tunes, they’ll keep all your guests happy.

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Haunted house

Ah… the slash and gore, with random mummies running around, the odd vampire and a whole host of innocent people with blades in their skulls and screws through their necks – there might be some undead in there somewhere too. This party screams of terrifying horror movies, but that shouldn’t dampen the mood. Here’s some ideas to keep the party going until the early hours of the morning, when the bloodsuckers crawl back into their coffins.

 

Letz Zep

Headliner Act Letz Zep

In the house of dread, a mosh pit of your undead, immortal and recently deceased guests seems fitting, and Letz Zep is the perfect recipe for a mixed, mashed and moshed mosh pit. Create and unforgettable Halloween with the reincarnations of the rock gods (yeah, we know most of the original band are still alive).

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Permageddon

Headliner Act permageddon

Want an 80s tinge to your mosh pit? Permageddon will deliver bucket loads of 80s rock vibes, from the songs to the style and performance. Expect tunes by Alice Cooper, Guns N’ Roses, Kiss and many more.

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Anything Goes

If glow in the dark war paint, glow sticks and glitter canons are on the menu, you might be in for a crazy night. Guests won’t really care whether they are dancing with Chewbacca, a zombie or Lord Voldemort. They’re just there to have fun and let their hair down. From raving tunes to visual spectacles, the entertainment should be as jiving and crazy as your glow-in-the-dark, glittering partygoers.    

 

Mirabelle

Headliner Act Mirabelle

 

It’s stage lights, no it’s a disco ball, no it’s Mirabelle! If you want to surprise your guests with something truly special, why not go for a mirror ball violin act. Oh, we almost forgot. She’s also an aerial artist, so you can have her flying across your venue whilst she is playing her violin!

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Mimika

Headliner Act Mimika

Does  sci-fi Balkan, space jazz and contemporary world music sound like your cup of tea? Then you’ve come to the right place. Check out Mimika’s unique style.

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Sally Cinnamon

Headliner Act Sally Cinnamon

Ireland based DJ Sally Cinnamon will perfectly compliment your hopping, raving and glittering guests with groovy mixes. She creates highly danceable sets mixing northern soul, funky electro house, calypso and much, much more.

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