The Halloween month has already knocked the doors. With warm sun, cool breeze and smoky smell all around, it brings along a lot of fun festivals. Undoubtedly, it is the best month to explore; the climate being so favorable, but what makes the globetrotters more excited are the mind-blowing festival that make the trip an unforgettable one. Thus, planning a holiday in the Halloween period is abonanza as it not only allows you to travel comfortably but also give much more. If you are the one planning to escape this month, then the list below of the major October events will help you out to line up your trip as per some thrilling events.
London Cocktail Week
3 – 9 October
If planning to travel London in October, don’t miss the chance to attend the biggest Cocktail festival, that is, The London Cocktail Week. Lasting for seven days, it gives discounted serves, hosts events and gives exclusive offers all across 250 popular bars in London. It also hosts an entire cocktail village in Old Spitalfields Market. You can get the digital pass that will last for the entire week just for 10 pounds. To get the details you can visit the official website drinkup.london
Amsterdam Dance Event
For these five days, the city Amsterdam is filled with electronic music. The days are fixed for conferences while the nights are meant for fun, food, party and dance. The event is held around 160 locations in the city. The conference includes panels and meet-ups for all those involved in electronic music industry. Thus, along with fun, it gives a great opportunity to make business through sharing ideas and making networks.
Frankfurt Book Fair
10-14 October 2018
This is a must visit event for book lovers, writers and all those involved in print and digital content business. It becomes an amazing meeting platform for publishers, authors and cultural enthusiasts from all over the world. Here you can see countless celebrities, learn about innovative technologies and get to know more about the world literature. The event is almost 500 year old and hosts approximately 300000 visitors annually. The first three days are exclusively for business and industry while the public is invited to attend the last two days which includes book singings, readings and other cultural events.