Here's a list of Halloween events happening in the Las Vegas area in 2020:
ASYLUM and HOTEL FEAR-- Haunted Houses
Opening Oct. 1 at Meadows Mall, central Las Vegas
The haunt is the only one to create an approved Covid Protocol Plan that was accepted, allowing them to continue scaring Las Vegas with its implemented online timed ticketing system which limits the number of customers. The scary thrill, operated by volunteers is located on 3 acres in the Meadows Mall Parking lot, with outdoor social distancing. The benefit to each patrons is anyone buying a ticket; will receive a VIP Experience.
Partial proceeds benefit Paradise Ranch Foundation, a local charity dealing with mental health though HAT (Horse Assisted Therapy).
Adventure Dome at Circus Circus
On Oct. 31 from noon to 4 p.m.
Trick-or-treating across the 5-acre indoor amusement park will be included with purchase of admission. Ride attendants will distribute sweet treats after the ride is complete, and kids must ride to receive candy. If they do not have a trick-or-treat bag, one will be provided. Additionally, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Southern Nevada residents with proof of ID are eligible to receive a 20 percent discount on admission. Halloween costumes are encouraged, and costume masks will not be permitted. All guests are required to wear appropriate facemasks and follow all local regulations pertaining to social distancing.
Tales from Titanic at Luxor Hotel
On Oct. 30 to Nov. 1
Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition presents Tales From Titanic, guided tours exploring the myths, mysteries and hauntings of the “Ship of Dreams." With true stories about the untimely demise of the ship and its passengers and crew, as well as chilling firsthand accounts of paranormal activity in its world-famous exhibitions, a costumed expert portraying RMS Titanic stewardess Violet Jessop will guide small group tours three times daily at 11:30 a.m., 2 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. Each tour will run approximately 90 minutes. Starting at $24 for children ages 4-12 and $32 for ages 13 and up.
TRAPPED DRIVE THROUGH HAUNTED EXPERIENCE
Opening Oct. 8 at The Industrial Event Space, central Las Vegas
Trapped is an innovative and unique attraction intended to thrill, amaze and scare while complying with current safety regulations. Upon arrival, cars will be guided to a haunted pod where the action unfolds around the vehicle. The spooky soundtrack will be available through each vehicle’s radio. The experience will be open on select nights Oct. 8-24 from 7 p.m. to midnight, Oct. 26-29 from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. and Oct. 30-31 from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. Tickets are $54.99 per vehicle and must be purchased in advance to reserve your timeslot.
Opening Oct. 1 on Industrial Road and Wymoming Ave, central Las Vegas
right Ride, located in the heart of Las Vegas on Industrial Road and Wyoming Avenue, is open select nights from 6:30 p.m. to midnight Oct. 1 – Oct. 31. Reservations are required and it is recommended to purchase in advance as availability each night will be limited in order to keep environment in sync with COVID-19 protocols. General admission tickets start at $34.99, with additional VIP/Premium upgrades available that offer guests express entry and a souvenir lanyard and credential.
SPOOKY ADULT SPECIALS:
108 Eats & Drinks at The STRAT Hotel
On Oct. 31
To celebrate the haunted holiday, The STRAT Hotel, Casino & SkyPod will offer Halloween-inspired food and beverage options inside its sky-high SkyPod at 108 Eats and 108 Drinks.
108 Drinks will offer the Spookarita, a hair-raising specialty cocktail, made with Don Julio Blanco, Grand Marnier, fresh lime juice, fresh orange juice and a splash of Ferrari Carano merlot, garnished with a dehydrated lime wheel and presented with dry ice. Located adjacent to 108 Drinks, 108 Eats will offer individually packaged sugar cookies topped with royal icing in various, festive themes including ghosts, pumpkins and candy corns.
The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails at The Cosmopolitan
On Oct. 29 to Nov. 1
Sneak away to a swanky hideaway lounge to celebrate with friends this Halloweekend. The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails offers live entertainment Thursday-Sunday, along with small bites available for purchase. The saloon is open 8 p.m. to close and the live band goes from 10 p.m. to close. Guests can enjoy an extensive whiskey selection, bourbon cocktails, craft liquors, and more.
Beauty & Essex at The Cosmopolitan
On Oct. 30 to Oct. 31
Beauty & Essex invites the adventurous to uncover the secrets hidden beyond the conspicuous pawn shop for A Nightmare on Essex Street this Halloween weekend. Inside the lavish, jewel-toned restaurant, guests can indulge in Halloween specials amidst a haunted ambiance and nosh on ultra-exclusive culinary and cocktail offerings.
China Poblano at The Cosmopolitan
On Oct. 30 to Nov. 3
Commemorate Día de los Muertos all weekend long with China Poblano’s celebratory menu inspired by Josefina Velázquez de León; chef, teacher and culinary anthropologist of the rich and diverse cuisine of Mexico. On Nov. 2 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., guests can celebrate Día de los Muertos from the comfort of their own homes with China Poblano’s Secret Burger Take-Home festival menu, also inspired by Josefina Velázquez de León.
CliQue Bar & Lounge at The Cosmopolitan
On Oct. 29 to Nov. 1 from 9 p.m. to close
Escape from the outside world at CliQue this Halloween weekend with live DJ performances Thursday-Sunday. Guest can delight in savory bites while sipping on artisan cocktails and house-made mixers, expertly paired and personalized with tableside mixology. Reservations are strongly encouraged.
On Oct. 30
Drai’s After Hours, will reopen as Drai’s Lounge in time to welcome Halloween weekend. The club is located inside The Cromwell at the corner of Las Vegas Blvd. and Flamingo Blvd.
Drai’s Lounge is a sleek, sexy lounge with multiple rooms where DJs play chart-topping songs of today, including top 40, EDM and hip hop.
In addition to bottle service, Drai’s Lounge serves craft cocktails including the club’s famed Drai’s Lemonade. Food selections include a signature grilled cheese sandwich and a dessert tray.
It will be open by reservation only, with a maximum of six people per party. Reservations can be made on the website or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Electra Cocktail Club and The Dorsey at The Venetian Resort
On Oct. 29 to Nov. 1
Celebrate Halloween and Day of the Dead weekend with chilling cocktails creations and bottle service specials perfect for getting anyone into the supernatural party spirit. Bottle Service Specials include Jameson Whiskey for $250, Casamigos Tequila for $350, and Tito’s Vodka for $350. Reservations are strongly recommended by emailing cocktailcollectiveVIP@sands.com.
The Sand Dollar Lounge
On Oct. 12 to Oct. 31
Sand Dollar Lounge is putting on a Halloween themed pop-up. Nightmare On Spring Mountain will transform Las Vegas’ favorite blues bar into a creepy, spooky, scary, ookie celebration of All Hallows’ Eve. The entire bar & lounge will be covered in Halloween decor and lighting: jack-o-lanterns, spectres and all manner of the undead will be represented. The bar will offer a limited number of themed cocktails (and Oktoberfest beers, naturally). Costumes are encouraged, including and especially on four themed nights during the pop-up run. During specific nights all who come in the appropriate costume will receive a free welcome shot.
The Stirling Club
On Oct. 31 at 7:30 p.m. & at 10 p.m.
A special concert featuring thrilling soundtracks from iconic films like The Walking Dead, Nightmare Before Christmas and Pirates of the Caribbean will gather around the dim glimmer of candlelight (3,000 of them) and have your eyes be tricked and treated. Shadows flicker on the walls, accompanying the violins' ominous yet melodic heralding of All Hallows' Eve; this thrilling combination of sound and sight heightens all of our senses, preparing us for whatever may be lurking around the corner.
Ellis Island's The Front Yard- Oktoberfest
On Oct. 15 at 5:30 p.m. (dinner) & Oct. 17 at 4 p.m. (party celebration)
The Front Yard will be hosting an Oktoberfest Brewer’s Dinner, featuring craft brews, dynamic dishes and perfect pairings. The six-course menu will be led by Head Brewers Michael Key and Eddie Leal. Tickets are $65. Social distancing will be enforced between tables with party reservations not to exceed a total of six people. The Front Yard will be hosting their inaugural Oktoberfest Party. Tickets include unlimited Ellis Island beer for three hours, seating in The Front Yard, a souvenir t-shirt, an appetizer and an entree. Stein holding contests and giveaways will be held throughout the evening and Polka music will be played by a live band. A single ticket begins at $55 and social distancing will be enforced between tables with party reservations not to exceed a total of six people.
Ellis Island's The Front Yard- Witches Who Brunch & Halloween Night
On Oct. 31 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Spend Halloween morning with your favorite witches, enjoying a themed Saturday brunch. The menu will feature Halloween inspired cocktails and The Front Yard’s beloved brunch dishes. Reservations are recommended but not required. If brunch is too early for you, begin (or continue) your All Hallows' Eve festivities later that night. Starting at 4pm, a DJ will be spinning everybody’s favorite tracks and a costume contest with different categories will be held. Make sure to dress up for the chance to win a cash prize. The traditional dinner menu will be offered along with fantastic Halloween specials.
JING Las Vegas
On Oct. 26 to Oct. 31
Located at Downtown Summerlin, this is featuring a spooky libation in light of Halloween. The JING Bloodbath Martini ($14) is made with a careful blend of vodka, lime juice, simple syrup, lychee, Chambord, pomegranate caviar and a dry ice display. The first 25 ladies will receive this cocktail complimentary along with a lace black masquerade mask by following JING on Instagram or liking them on Facebook, and by posting a photo using #JINGLasVegas and #JINGBloodbath.
On Oct. 26 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Lucky Day will celebrate Halloween with an ‘Aleuminati’ trivia night. The event will be hosted by actor and YouTube sensation, Gregory Michael Davis. The event will offer complimentary entry with rotating trivia questions and live performances from local jazz bands. Guests may participate in groups no larger than eight, and trivia teams with the most questions answered correctly will have the opportunity to win prizes, featuring a grand prize of two tickets to Disneyland.
On Oct. 31 from 4 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
A SPOOKtacular dinner by Chef Paul at Marche Bacchus featuring delicious champagne, oysters, caviar. Costume party will be held at 8 p.m. Enjoy Live entertainment with both patio and lakeside dining. Call 702-804-8008 for reservations or book online.
Marquee Lounge & The Pool Marquee at The Cosmopolitan
From Oct. 30 to Oct. 31
Marquee Las Vegas is the exclusive host of Playboy’s only Halloween event in the country this year, the Playboy Haunted Mansion. On Friday and Saturday evening, toast to a moonlit evening with craft cocktails and bottle service at the Marquee Lounge for the exclusive and sexy Playboy Haunted Mansion soiree. A reservation is required. The Pool Marquee is the perfect daytime or night escape: a truly experiential evolution of music, food and cocktails. Relax in an exclusive poolside environment and enjoy Marquee's signature food menu, specialty cocktails and bottle service offerings. A reservation is required and can be made in advance here.
Milk Bar at The Cosmopolitan
Available now through Dec. 2
The decadent Pumpkin Dulce de Leche Cake is the perfect cozy, pumpkin confection with layers of cinnamon spice cake, pumpkin frosting, gooey dulce de leche drizzle, crunchy milk crumbs and salty toasted pepitas. Available at $60 for a 6-inch cake, or $14 for an individual slice. For a bite-sized treat, the Pumpkin Dulce de Leche Cake Truffles roll the cozy cinnamon spice cake with butterscotch chips and is coated in a thin layer of white chocolate and cinnamon sand. Available at $27 for a dozen or $6.75 for a three-pack.
Rose. Rabbit. Lie.
On Oct. 31 from 5:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Las Vegas’ first-to-market, iconic supper club experience will celebrate Halloween with live lounge entertainment and delectable food and beverage offerings. Familiar dishes take unexpected twists, like the award-winning Caviar Taco and Beef Wellington, and are paired with an all-star entertainment lineup of singers, dancers, musicians, and aerialists that will set the stage for an evening of unforgettable acts and enthralling performances that are sure to Put A Spell On You.
They are also offering a specialty Indigo Child cocktail, mixed with a subtle flair of Belvedere Peach Vodka, Lychee, Apple Rosewater, Strawberry Rhubarb syrup, Citrus and berry aroma. Available for $17, upon request.
Rubio's Coastal Grill
On Oct. 31 (all day long)
It’s all about the Halloween treats at Rubio’s, when every Boorito on the menu is just $5.99 all day. On Halloween, simply bring the coupon to any of Rubio’s participating locations, or use code MKTG982 when placing an order online or on the Rubio’s App.
The Sugar Factory
On Oct. 1 to Oct. 31
Trick-or-treating may not be an option this year, but that doesn’t mean Halloween can’t be celebrated. Sugar Factory is serving up themed goblets and milkshakes for the spooky season. The special drinks include the Lollipop Brew Goblet ($21) - made with coconut rum, citrus vodka, Monin rock melon cantaloupe syrup, grenadine, sour mix, pineapple juice, and sprite all served in a goblet with gummy candy, a candy necklace, and a unicorn pop. The Monster Mash Insane Milkshake ($21) - served in a spooky green white chocolate mug with sweet candy eyes, classic candy corn, sprinkled with confetti, is a vanilla milkshake topped with whipped cream, orange gooey chocolate, sour gummy worms, gummy centipedes, dusted with Oreo crumbs, a sugar daddy and half a Hershey’s bar.
Zuma Las Vegas
All through October, central Las Vegas
The restaurant will be highlighting its "Mexican Zombie" cocktail drink during the month of October. Served in a skull-shaped vessel, the cocktail is a twist on Donn Beach’s iconic Zombie cocktail and is sure to raise spirits in more ways than one. The drink is made with Don Julio Blanco, Don Julio Reposado, Mezcal, Velvet Falernum, passion fruit, grapefruit, lime juice, and Absinthe.
FAMILY FRIENDLY FUN:
Annual Ward 4 Halloween at the Y Family Event
On Oct. 23 at 6:30 p.m.
Free and open to the public. Durango Hills Community Center/YMCA parking lot, 3521 N. Durango Drive. Bring the family in Halloween costumes to enjoy a drive-through trick-or-treating event in the parking lot. Plenty of fun for the whole family! Free candy while supplies last. Masks, social distancing and other safety precautions will be enforced. For more information, call 702-229-4906.
On Oct. 30 from 4 p.m. to midnight and Oct. 31 from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Guests can channel their favorite B-movie horror flick and come dressed to kill for a Friday night of devilish fun and bewitching thrills. ScAREA15 will deliver a witch’s brew of socially distanced candy shoots, ghostly performances inside The Portal, scariest costume contests, prizes and more. Also available: cash bar potion stations and food for purchase from The Beast Pop-up by Todd English.
Early Entry is $5; children 10 years old and younger are free. Late Entry is a $15 cover charge for all ages.
Fly into Future Carnival will be part costume bash and part trippy transformation. Guests are invited to come dressed in their best intergalactic looks and celebrate Halloween among acrobats, stilt walkers, fortune tellers, candy shoots, prizes and galaxy games.
Dickey's Barbecue Pit
On Oct. 31
Dickey’s invites parents to bring in their kiddos for a special treat. All kids, ages 12 and younger, who visit Dickey’s in their Halloween costume will eat for free at participating Dickey’s locations.
They are also offering $5 off a Family Pack order of $25 or more. To redeem this special offer, simply order curbside pickup or carryout on the Dickey’s App or online and use the code “SCARYSAVINGS” during checkout.
Distill and Remedy
On Oct. 31
Zombie Nachos return for one ghoulish night at all Distill and Remedy’s locations valley-wide on Halloween. This devilishly delicious dish is made with fresh tortilla chips topped with shredded cheddar, pepper jack cheese and nacho cheese sauce, brisket, corn, pico de gallo, fresh jalapenos and black beans served with homemade salsa for $11.95. Pair the nachos with a spooky Jack-O-Lantern Cocktail concocted with Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey, Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Fire, sour mix, ginger beer and lemon for $6.
Downtown Summerlin Halloween
On Sept. 27 to Oct. 31, Summerlin area
Downtown Summerlin is hosting a family-friendly, month-long series of virtual events to celebrate the fall season and Halloween called #DTSHalloweenSPIRIT and presented by Spirit Halloween. The weekly activities include a pumpkin fest scavenger hunt, pumpkin carving and decorating, Howl-O-Ween pet costume contest, top Halloween home décor, best costumes and more.
Drive Thru Trunk or Treat
On Oct. 31 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
The apartment complex, located on 10650 Dean Martin Drive, is hosting a drive through trunk or treat event for residents and the Greater Las Vegas community. Safety protocols established by the CDC will be followed. Pre-packaged food, face masks, gloves and social distancing will be required by all vendors in attendance. Proceeds from the event will benefit Real Men Wear Pink West Coast, which raises awareness and money to support the mission of the American Cancer Society. Click here for tickets.
On Oct. 31 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Calling all ghouls, goblins, witches and wizards to DW Bistro’s Halloween Brunch. Enjoy brunch favorites like The Chilaquiles, French Toast Soufflé, and Fried Chicken & Waffles; bebop to the live DJ and participate in a costume contest. With prizes like $250 in cash, as well as pairs of tickets to the upcoming Dining With Guest Chef Dinner. Reservations are required.
Fashion Show Las Vegas
Every Saturday and Sunday starting Oct. 10 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Witness a bone-chilling couture presentation at the Trick or Chic walk-through experience led by ghost story-telling tour guides, featuring skeleton models dressed in killer looks that are to die for. Guests can also venture into The Great Hall to snap photos of a spook-tacular spider web installation and mummy fashion exhibit on display. Throughout each experience, shoppers will receive exclusive bounce back discount cards to use at an array of retailers inside Fashion Show.
On Oct. 2 to Oct. 31
Fiona’s Cauldron is Las Vegas’ first live entertainment car wash. The experience is available for the whole family. The establishment has also partnered with charities Project 150 and Children’s heart foundation to serve as a drop- off point for donations as you enter the show. Tickets cost $39 per car.
HyperX Esports Arena
On Oct. 31 at 12 a.m.
As the clock strikes midnight on Halloween morning, gamers are invited to an overnight watch party for one of the most anticipated esports events of the year – the 2020 League of Legends World Championship. Doors for the watch party will open just after the Arena’s Friday Frags tournament – and the Finals will begin at 3 a.m. Spectator tickets for the event are free. Guests can pre-register for 50% off of gameplay, or four hours for $20. Later that Halloween night, the arena will host a special edition of Saturday “Fright” Speedway featuring a Mario Kart 8 Deluxe tournament and costume contest. Dress like your favorite Mario Kart character (or anything else) and take home a piece of the $500 contest, including $300 for first place. Racers can register in the tournament for $10 and compete to advance through four stages. A $700 prize pool will be split between all racers who qualify for the grand final.
On Oct. 31
For those still looking for a safe and sweet trick-or-treat experience, dress up and pop into your local Insomnia Cookies store on Halloween for a free cookie, no purchase necessary. Also try their Halloween inspired cookies such as the Pumpkin Cheesecake Cookie. The scary good Peanut Better Choco-Lantern Cookie and their Moon Cookie Cake with the Halloween center turns the holiday’s full moon into a month-long celestial celebration.
On Oct. 31
Toast to the spirits with late night happy hour and a live DJ this Halloween at Kona Grill in Boca Park. Drink and food specials starting at $3, it’s so delicious it’s scary.
Las Vegas Natural History Museum
Now until Nov. 15 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Museum was has extended its summer traveling exhibit, In the Dark, inspiring two days of learning about ‘creepy critters’, batty story time, and live science experiment demonstrations as guests trick-or-treat at socially distanced stations throughout the Museum’s galleries. Children in costume, 12 years of age and younger, will receive free admission to the Museum on Oct. 30 (Nevada Day – no school for CCSD students) and Oct. 31. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Tickets are $12 for adults, $10 for seniors/military/students, and children (ages 12 and younger) in costume are free.
Lawry's Halloween Murder Mystery Dinner
On Oct. 29 and 30, Paradise area
Lawry’s The Prime Rib Las Vegas will be hosting “The Family Reunion,” a special murder mystery dinner event. Guests will be taken on a journey of murder and mayhem throughout their 3-course meal. Put on your detective hats and solve a murder mystery while enjoying Lawry’s Signature Service for $115 per person (inclusive of tax, tip and the mystery). Dinner is set to begin at 7 p.m.
Lion Habitat Ranch- Boo at the Zoo
On Oct. 29 to Nov. 2 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The event will be taking place during normal general admission time slots all weekend. All admission must be purchased in advance online and guests over 2 years of age must wear a mask. The Lions will be receiving pumpkins for enrichment, as well as the birds and tortoises with Halloween enrichment. Costume Requirements: For the safety of all guests, costume masks and costume weapons may not be worn by guests 14 years of age or older. Masks worn by guests 14 years of age and younger must have openings that allow the eyes to be seen and that do not obstruct peripheral vision. All costumes must be family friendly for this family oriented event.
Madame Tussauds Las Vegas
On Oct. 1 to Oct. 31
Madame Tussauds Las Vegas is offering guests the perfect place to treat themselves as they safely celebrate the season, socially distanced and in style.
To get guests in the magical mood, the Hangover Bar inside Madame Tussauds Las Vegas is offering the Black Magic Margarita for $5, Thursdays through Fridays in October. Guests can dress the part and become a certified member of the #SuperHeroSquad alongside The Hulk, Spider-Man, Captain America and more. Guests looking to add even more excitement, can head to the Marvel Super Heroes 4D theatrical adventure, available every Monday through Thursday. Costume masks are only permitted for guests younger than 14 years old. Tickets start at $26.99 when purchased in advance.
Max Pawn Alzheimer’s Association Event
On Oct. 30 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Adults and children are invited to a safe trick or treat event at Las Vegas’ favorite luxury reseller complete with a costume contest. Adults can shop luxury handbags, jewelry, and shoes with special manager’s pricing, and kids can enjoy candy and costumes. This event is open to the public, with a $5 requested donation to the Alzheimer’s Association for entrance per guest. A portion of sales during the event will also benefit the organization. The costume contest winners will be announced at 5:30 p.m., with a $100 Max Pawn gift card for the best adult costume and $100 Target gift card for the best child costume.
Pinkbox Doughnuts Halloween Treats
Available Oct. 15 to Nov. 1
Pinkbox Doughnuts will offer a festive lineup of fall treats in October including the “Holy Cannoli” as the “Doughnut of the Month,” a special breast cancer awareness doughnut, and an array of spooky Halloween treats. The “Holy Cannoli” is priced at $3. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Pinkbox will also offer its “Pink Ribbon” doughnut for $3 throughout October Ten percent of every doughnut purchased will be donated to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation.
On Oct. 26 to Nov. 1
Guests are encouraged to wear their Halloween costumes and enjoy epic photo ops on Rail Explorers’ Sunset Tours and Evening Lantern Tours. All rides start at the Nevada State Railroad Museum in Boulder City, NV and continue downhill to Railroad Pass. Each tour also includes a nostalgic ride back to the top of the hill in one of the museum’s historic trains, along with free museum entry. A tandem rail bike for two starts at $85. A quad rail bike for four guests starts at $150. Groups of ten or more people receive a 10 percent discount for weekday tours. All Nevada residents receive a 10 percent “locals” discount off the standard tour price.
Rooster Boy Cafe
Now through Oct. 31
In the spirit of Halloween and Day of the Dead, Chef Sonia El-Nawal will be making themed pastries to celebrate. Halloween-inspired cookies will be sold for $3.50 each. Varying in shapes from ghosts to pumpkins, these delicious treats can be enjoyed no matter your age. For Day of the Dead, Rooster Boy Cafe will be selling Pan de Muerto, a sweet bread that is traditionally eaten in Mexico during the weeks leading up to Día de Los Muertos. Pan de Muerto will only be sold November 1-2 and can be purchased for $12. Additionally, Rooster Boy Cafe will have their seasonal Pumpkin Tart, available until January 1. For $8, you can savor one of the cafe’s most beloved fall favorites.
On Oct. 31
Indulge in your sweet tooth this Halloween at STK Steakhouse with their Junk Chalice, a large sundae made for sharing featuring candies, brownies, popcorn, chocolate, caramel ice cream and vanilla ice cream topped with whipped cream and cotton candy. The Junk Chalice is $30 and will be served exclusively on Halloween.
Every Friday through October from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Tivoli Village invites families to celebrate Halloween with complimentary pumpkin decorating. Fresh52 Farmers’ and Artisan market will provide free pumpkins for children and a supervised, socially-distanced booth for decorating.
Additionally, on Oct. 24 from noon to 4 p.m., Matriarch by R+D invites kids to bring their own pumpkins to Tivoli Village and will provide free art supplies for decorating for that date only.
Trapeze Las Vegas
On Oct. 30 at 5:30 p.m.
Trapeze Las Vegas is proud to host this safe Halloween Celebration, including socially distanced, masked up, outdoor entertainment and trunk or treat activity. In addition, prizes will be awarded for best costumes and best trunk décor.
Reservations MUST be made in advance to maintain distance requirements. $25 per car includes: entertainment, opportunity to participate in trunk or treating for all youths, costume and trunk décor contest. To reserve your space call (702) 551-4858. The area is located on 121 E. Sunset Road, just south of the airport (behind the former Las Vegas All-American Sports Park building and east of Las Vegas Golf Center).
Trunk or Treat- Boulder City
On Oct. 24
More than two dozen businesses will be decorating vehicles and coming up with clever ways to disperse candy, without person-to-person contact at Veterans’ Memorial Park. The cost is $5 per car and drivers can tune into 89.5 FM to hear the fun music as they drive around the loop collecting candy from all our great businesses.
UMC Children's Hospital- Halloween Safe Tacular
On Oct. 24 from 10 a.m. to noon
UMC has partnered with Kohl’s Cares to provide families with a safe, drive-thru alternative to trick-or-treating this year outside of the Las Vegas Convention Center South Hall, in the Bronze Parking Lot.
Children will receive free goodie bags with treats, pedestrian safety gear and valuable safety information. In addition to providing the community with a festive Halloween event, the Safe-Tacular will support the hospital’s mission to reduce the number and severity of pedestrian injuries among children in Southern Nevada. All individuals must wear face coverings during the event.
Ward 2 Movie in the Park
On Oct. 9 at 6:30 p.m.
Movie starts at dusk. Free and open to the public. Bruce Trent Park, 8851 Vegas Drive. Bring the family to enjoy the 2014 PG-rated “Maleficent,” free children’s activities, bottled water and popcorn, while supplies last. Food trucks will offer refreshments for sale. Lawn seating; bring blankets or low chairs to be more comfortable.
Ward 4 Movie in the Park
On Oct. 16 at 6 p.m.
Free and open to the public. Trigono Hills Park, Cliff Shadows Parkway at West Gilmore, 3805 Cliff Shadows Pkwy. Bring the family to enjoy a free showing of “Hocus Pocus” and light refreshments in the park. Movie begins at dusk. Lawn seating; bring blankets or low chairs to be more comfortable. For more information, call 702-229-2524. Social distancing, masks and other safety precautions will be required.
Ward 1 Creature Feature
On Oct. 29 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Free and open to the public at Mirabelli Park, 6200 Elton Ave. Bring the family to the park to enjoy the 2017 animated movie “Coco.” Bring blankets and low chairs to be more comfortable. Councilman Knudsen and staff will be available to answer any questions. For more information, contact: 702-229-2299 or email email@example.com for details.
Ward 3 Halloween Drive-Through
On Oct. 31 from 10 a.m. to noon.
Free and open to the public at Baker Park, 1020 E. St. Louis Ave. Bring the family for a drive-through trunk or treat. Enter the park on St. Louis Avenue; watch for signs at the park.
Ward 6 Drive-thru Halloween Spooktacular
On Oct. 31 from 5 p.m to 7 p.m.
Free and open to the public. Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs, 9200 Tule Springs Road. Join the Ward 6 staff for a spooktacular Halloween celebration at the back section of the park. Just follow the pumpkins to enjoy spooky music, Halloween décor and treats from community vendors. For more information, call 702-229-5463.
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