Spooktacular Halloween Weekend at The Tett

The Tett’s first Halloween is spooktacular!  Inspire your imagination with scary films, great music, community gatherings, and wild dancing into the night. We have something for everyone, so get ready to party!

Thursday October 29th 7:00 – 10:30 pm Malting Tower

Presented by The Joe Chithalen Memorial Musical Instrument Lending Library the weekend kicks off with VOC Silent Film Harmonic performing live and original improvised soundtracks to the silent film Night of the Living Dead. On top of the experience of watching a movie being scored live The M.I.L.L. is bringing local craft beer and old style candy for you to enjoy while at this event. Costumes are welcome, but not mandatory.

This event is a fundraiser for the M.I.L.L. Tickets are $30. ($50 for a pair.) A portion of the ticket price will be eligible for a tax receipt. 

For tickets or more information 

Saturday October 31st 7:00 – 10:00 pm Kingston School of Dance

*UPDATE - The KSD Dance has been cancelled.

Saturday October 31st 7:00 – 8:30 (doors open at 6:30) Malting Tower

Do you like scary films? Really scary films? The Kingston Canadian Film Festival presents “The Editor” in the Tett Malting Tower. Directed by Adam Brooks and Matthew Kennedy, The Editor is an homage to the Italian giallo films of the 70’s. Tickets $10 

Watch the Trailer here

Saturday October 31st 9:00 – 12:30

The Tett Sea Monster Ball

A Monster of a Dance Party! 19+

The Tett presents Squid Lid, DJ Laura Kelly and special guests for a very scary underwater black-light DANCE PARTY extravaganza! Wear your best costumes and win a prize from Minotaur, The Kingston Canadian Film Festival and more.

Tickets $15 (first 50 sold) and $20 after, available online, at the Tett Centre and Minotaur Kingston.

Squid Lid is a dark ELECTRO-POP sensation. This deep sea experience takes audiences on an eerie journey thru the strange and unusual world of sights & sounds that is Squid Lid. 

Sunday November 1st 3:00 -9:00 pm Malting Tower

Presented by Quetzalcoatl Kingston this is the first Dia de los Muertos Festival in Kingston! Originating from the indigenous culture of Mexico, this will be a memorable event honouring ancestors and loved ones. All are welcome to bring items to add to the community altar including photos and flowers. With music and food, this is a unique experience to celebrate The Day of the Dead. 
Admission by donation.

The Tett, the place to be for Halloween 2015!