You’ve found the perfect Halloween costume – now you need a place to wear it. Here’s a sampling of 5 spooktacular Halloween events from 3 spectacular cities:
The Haunt at MoPOP– Billed as Seattle’s most anticipated Halloween bash of the year, enjoy dancing, libations, and costume contests with 2,000 of your closest friends.
Wild Waves Theme Park Fright Fest – This nightly festival runs through October 29th and features a Parade of Ghouls and more than 25 rides in the dark. Includes events for kids at Booville.
Georgetown Morgue Haunted House Tour – If spooky macabre is your style, this tour is for you.
Collide-o-Scope Movie Show – Nothing says Halloween like hours of harrowingly scary movies. Prizes for the best costume.
Zombie Crawl – Watching The Walking Dead on your T.V. is not nearly as much fun as joining your fellow Zombies at this free event.
PoeFest – Actors perform a collection of Poe’s most gruesome tales at their 9th annual event.
Rocky Horror Picture Show Party – This movie must be seen at least once during the Halloween season. Now you can enjoy this classic movie with your friends and neighbors at this movie party.
Haunted Storyline Collective – True tales of horror and woe at this slam-style storytelling event should keep you laughing, cringing, and looking over your shoulder.
Hal-O-Ween at the Phoenix Zoo – Spooktacular events for all ages, but be careful to read the fine print, as some events might be too scary for kids.
Salt River Fields Balloon Spooktacular – 20 hot air balloons, a costume contest and 4,000 pounds of candy. Now that’s scary.
Halloween Festival at Castle Muskogee – 14 acres of arts, crafts, and shows with 11 haunted attractions. There’s something for everyone here from amusing to frightening.
The Asylum – This event ranked #1 in Oklahoma Haunted House Reviews and features an interactive experience of horror. Not for kids…or the faint of heart.
Pumpkin Town Farms – Enjoy fun with the family in the 5-acre pumpkin maze. Pony rides, crafts, gifts and horse-drawn hay rides.
HallowZOOeen – Take the kids trick-or-treating at the Tulsa Zoo with a Haunted Train, Pumpkin Patch and eek-o-friendly candy made from palm oil.
Psycho Path – Multilevel and multitasking screams at Oklahoma’s largest haunted attraction, covering more than 40 acres, transformed for scary.
Whether you prefer strolling through a pumpkin patch or limping along with zombies, we wish you a very happy and safe Halloween!
-The Weidner Team