Halloween Events Las Vegas
Halloween Parties & Events
Halloween Parties in Vegas
Halloween in Las Vegas is an experience unlike any other. Las Vegas encompasses a little bit of everything, from thrills and chills to sexy costumes and bottomless drinks. This year, the city that never sleeps will be hosting a variety of fun and spooky activities, parties, and events to keep every moment of the holiday memorable. Here’s a look at our roundup of top Halloween parties in Vegas in October.
Fetish & Fantasy Halloween Ball
This year, the Fetish & Fantasy Halloween Ball will be moving to the Red Rock Casino, Resort and Spa in Las Vegas. Touted as one of the best Halloween parties in all of Las Vegas, the Ball offers party-goers a glimpse into the weird and spooky world of Halloween ghosts, goblins, and ghouls. The Halloween Ball has strict admission requirements that require all party-goers to wear a Halloween costume that is fetishy or fantasy-like. This year, the Ball will be held on Saturday, October 28 th .
Downtown Pub Crawl
Skip the long lines on the Strip and head to downtown Las Vegas on Halloween. While sporting your best Halloween costume, go from bar to bar and enjoy the high-energy atmosphere and discounted drinks. You don’t have to wait until it gets dark, because on Halloween party-goers get started as early as 5 PM.
Lavo at the Palazzo in Las Vegas is one of the city’s most established Italian restaurants from the creators of Tao Nightclub. After a long night of Halloween shenanigans, keep the party going at Lavo for brunch. After popping champagne bottles at The Palazzo, switch to orange juice for a Halloween-inspired brunch. The Heaven and Hell Halloween Party Brunch will take place on Saturday, October 29 th from 2 PM to 6 PM. Be sure to make your reservations early.
Ghostbar Dayclub hosts one of the best rooftop Halloween parties in Vegas. At 1 PM, experience the lavish life of a rockstar on the 55 th floor of the Palms Hotel. This is also when party-goers can participate in the “Day of the Killer Costumes”. Take the time to choose an ultra-scary, super sexy, or outrageous costume. Local ladies get in free.
The LINQ Promenade
There’s nothing like a full on zombie apocalypse to get your Halloween going. The LINQ Promenade is made up of three main events: a Zombie Escape on Saturday, October 8 th , and the TRIQ and Halloween Celebration spanning from October 29 th to October 31 st . During this three-day weekend, the Promenade will offer music spun by DJ Miguel, as well as stilt walkers and a zombie LED drumline that performs at the top of the hour.
MGM Grand Hakkasan Nightclub
Hakkasan at the MGM Grand is not only a popular hangout on the average weekend, but also on Halloween. On Halloween weekend, spend some time at MGM Grand on Las Vegas Boulevard. General admission into the club is $20 for women and $30 for men. The doors open at 10:30 PM and a set will be performed by Dim Mak founder Steve Aoki.
John Carpenter: Anthology
See the master of horror himself, John Carpenter, in Las Vegas on October 29 th . Featuring special guest Perturbator, the John Carpenter Anthology Tour will be live inside The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. During the tour, John Carpenter will perform collections of his newly-recorded classic soundtracks. The tour is in preparation for his third studio album, Anthology: Movie Themes, which is set to release this October.
There’s no night quite like Halloween. If you’re in Las Vegas in late October, frequent some of the biggest events of the year. Grab your tickets early to ensure your spot at one of these sought-after Halloween parties.
If big parties like the Fetish and Fantasy Ball or MGM's Nightmare on 54th Street aren't your cup of tea, Las Vegas offers no shortage of Halloween galas. Whether you're looking to gaze out amongst a crowd of near nude witches and cats or looking to partake in something a bit more focused on the terrifying side of All Hallows Eve, Sin City delivers.
If you mention Halloween to any Las Vegas native, chances are the first thing they'll think of is Circus Circus' major transformation for the holiday. What normally looks like an avenue for parents with small kids melts away into a bloody mess and the Adventure Dome turns into the aptly named Fright Dome. Deranged clowns, gruesome zombies, and other manner of horrific creatures roam the circular madhouse to terrify unsuspecting guests. Fright Dome's décor and haunted attraction walkthroughs may not have the same allure as a fancy nightclub, but it's the perfect location to bring your special someone to get them into the spirit of things before liquoring them up.
Clubs as elegant and classy as the Wynn's Tryst and any club at the Palms may not be amongst the first places you think of when the word Halloween pops up, but they should be. For their Halloween extravaganza, the Palms Hotel and Casino hosts Night of the Killer Costumes – a night made for those that enjoy dressing up. Each of the Palms clubs offer a costume contest focused around a specific category (i.e. Ghost Bar could host the best undead costume), and prizes will be doled out on an hourly basis. Each contest will also feature a headlining DJ to turn a normal contest into a club-worthy event.
Tales from the Tryst (a clever play on an old 1990's horror T.V. show title) takes place at the Wynn's premier nightclub, Tryst. Taking on the role of the Zombie capital of Las Vegas, Tryst welcomes all manner of the walking decayed, offering up a cash prize for the best zombie iteration. The club atmosphere lingers through this frightfully good time as the house DJ spins tunes that would make the undead rise. Expect to hear some form of Michael Jackson's Thriller at least once throughout the night.
In October of 2010, the Las Vegas Strip became the home to the now annual Las Vegas Halloween Parade. While Halloween was always celebrated in style, the introduction to a parade should make Sin City a must-visit location during All Hallows Eve.