Like many European countries, Czechia has traditionally celebrated All Souls’ Day, called Dušičky in Czech, on November 2. On this holiday locals bring flowers and wreaths to the graves and leave burning candles as a guiding light for the dead souls. However, the concept of American-style Halloween has also become popular.
Ghosts Parade (November 1, 2019)
The Parade of Ghosts will take place on November 1 in 2019, you can either walk in the parade or watch along the sidelines, but either way, you’re in for an extravagant display of some of the greatest costumes in town.
Bloody Sexy Halloween (November 1, 2019)
The Bloody Sexy Halloweekend at SaSaZu is the largest Halloween party in the country, with over 5,000 attendees each year. The sexiest & wildest party of the year attracts the best international DJs. There is also a large cash prize for the best costume.
Wonderland Halloween at Lucerna Music Bar (November 1, 2019)
Wonderland Halloween is another party worth visiting. Lucerna Music Bar at Wenceslas Square hosts op domestic DJs, dozens of actors, dancers, and animators with digital decorations on the walls create a great vibe at Wenceslas Square. Talking pumpkins, flying ghosts, animated skeletons enhance the atmosphere.
Día de los Muertos at Zlute lazne (November 2, 2019)
An interesting program features Mariachi Azteca de Praga – an original Mexican Mariachi, children’s workshops, a kid´s area, a photo corner, dancing workshops, and a DJ party. There will be the traditional OFRENDA (altar), which represents four elements – earth, wind, fire, and water.
Yelloween at Zlute lazne (November 3, 2019)
On Sunday 3rd, from 4 p.m. kids and adults can enjoy Halloween show in the area of Zlute lazne. Haunted trails, an accompanying program full of competitions, fun and art activities will be available.