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Final Destination On The Pier

Join this year’s biggest Halloween party in Brighton

Brighton Students’ Union have brought back from the dead their biggest, most scariest event this year: their legendary Halloween party on Brighton Pier on Monday 31 October.

Have you got what it takes?! We will delve into your deepest, darkest nightmares, with your heart thumping as you enter the rides. Unknown territory awaits, as we present your FINAL DESTINATION…ON THE PIER!

With no fears going untouched as you come face-to-face with the most horrific, dreaded and tormented terrors!

Get your tickets for ‘Final Destination on the Pier’ now (£25 plus booking fee)

What to expect from this spook-tacular event

  • Doors open at 7:00 pm and close at 11:30pm
  • Live scare actors
  • Unlimited rides
  • International DJ’s
  • Secret show
  • End of pier bar with food and drinks deals
  • Prizes for the best dressed

Be warned: last entry to the pier is 9 pm so please ensure you have arrived by this time to avoid disappointment.

Unofficial wristband warning

Around this time of year, you will notice there are various external promotion companies offering wristbands for both freshers and halloween. Please be wary of this and accept no imitations.

Our wristband is the ONLY University official wristband and is designed for you to have a jam-packed week in ALL of the nightclubs. We sell out every year and will be on campus to give issue your wristbands.

Top Tips when spotting if events are official:

  • We always use official logos on our graphics, websites and ticketing platforms
  • You will see us working in conjunction with University socials
  • You will see us linked into your official University emails
  • Always read the small print on events and you will notice the externals have to declare they are not working with your university.

We are an independent charitable organisation at the University of Brighton that run by students for students. All of the profits made are put straight back into students, to make student life better.


Robin Coleman • 26 October 2022

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