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The 15 Best Halloween Parties in Broward and Palm Beach Counties

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10. Halloween Costume Ball Featuring the Heavy Pets & the Main Squeeze

9 p.m., Friday, October 31, at the Funky Biscuit, 303 SE Mizner Blvd., Boca Raton. $15-25 advance cover, $20 day of show. Visit funkybiscuit.com.

Jam out to the Heavy Pets and the Main Squeeze at the Funky Biscuit wearing whatever the hell you please. Admidst all the Halloween celebrations is the fact that it's the Heavy Pets' 999th live performance -- that's one less than 1000! Costume contest participants can win a $250 cash prize from BocaVapes and swag from SweetWater Brewing Company along with music from the bands. They're also promising surprises and plenty of band collaborations, so find out and rub it in your friends' faces that couldn't attend.

9. Trick or Beats with Lil Jon and Borgeous

11 p.m., Friday, October 31 and Saturday, November 1, at Sunset Cove Amphitheater, 20405 Amphitheater Circle, Boca Raton. Visit trickorbeats.com.

Get turnt up at Trick or Beats which claims to be America's largest Halloween costume party with a crazy lineup of DJs like Brass Knuckles, Borgeous, and even Lil Jon. This party is going to be straight up insane. Feel free to dress up like that guy in the video.

8. Tim Burton Halloween Spectacular

10 p.m., Friday October 31, at Revolution Live, 100 SW Third Ave., Fort Lauderdale. $10 for 21 and older and $15 under 21. Visit jointherevolution.net.

If you don't understand how important Tim Burton is to this holiday, we can't even talk to you right now. Go watch Dark Shadows or Edward Scissorhands and get back to us.

We're thrilled Rev is hosting a party to honor the great darkness that is Burton. There'll be plenty of music, including a performance by Astari Nite. Make sure to come in costume so you look extra fly in the Sweeney Todd selfie booth.

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Natalya Jones