• Terminal of Terror is Coming to Jersey City on Saturday, October 27

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    Terminal of Terror is an annual Halloween event thrown by ChicpeaJC, Hayoner, and Premiere Vibes Entertainment at the rooftop and terrace at the Hyatt House in downtown Jersey City. The space will be completely transformed into a spooky, fright-filled terminal for the day.

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    This year, the theme is Freak Show and it’s all happening on Saturday, October 27th. There’s a family-friendly Spooky Terminal in collaboration with JC Families from 11:00AM to 4:00PM, and the 21+ Terminal of Terror event is from 9:00PM to 2:00AM.

    Location

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    Please Note: Terminal of Terror 3: Freak Show will now take place at the rooftop and terrace at Hyatt House in Jersey City {1 Exchange Place} instead of the Central Railroad of New Jersey terminal in Liberty State Park, due to the expected inclement weather.

    READ: Kid-Friendly Halloween Events in Hoboken + Jersey City

    What to Expect

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    For the family-friendly event, there will be food vendors, face painting, cookie decoration, magic show, cotton candy, a bouncy house, a costume contest, and an adult Biergarten for adults.

    For the 21+ event, there will be food vendors throughout the day, live DJs all night, drinks, a costume contest, and more.

    Tickets + Pricing

    Tickets are now available here. We definitely advise getting them ahead of time, as the price will increase at the door.

    Spooky Terminal: $15 for children, $5 for adults
    Terminal of Terror: $40 for the Speed Pass to skip lines, $30 for general admission

    See More: 15 Fall Events in New Jersey + Beyond

    You can keep up with the event here, on Facebook, and on Instagram.

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    Briana is a born-and-raised Hoboken Girl who embraces both the new and old aspects of the Mile Square. She’s a freelance writer, works in social media, and more importantly (but not really) — a cat lover and total foodie. When she’s not working, she can be found convincing herself to buy something at Sephora or Target, eating mussels with her fiancé at Leo’s, or planning her next Disney vacation.