Las Vegas Halloween Events and Parties

Halloween season is not just a holiday for kids anymore, especially not in Vegas. Here, you’ll find the best Halloween activities for the whole month of October, from horror shows to an r rated haunted house, costume contests, and fun Halloween parties.

While not all the events are announced yet for this year, we’ve rounded up some of the best annual activities and events for the previous year to give you an idea of how many options you’ll be able to choose from.

Here’s our guide on Las Vegas Halloween events and parties to check out!

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Vegas Halloween Events 2022

These events off and on The Las Vegas Strip will offer some good old-fashioned scares! You’ll want to add these to your list of Halloween Vegas activities.

The LINQ Promenade Halloween Party

This kid-friendly event runs on the last weekend of October each year. It’s a fun, free event where the Promenade at the LINQ is updated with Halloween décor and costumed street entertainers. You’ll find face painters, a fortune teller, stilt walkers, and more along the Promenade.

Look up to see the High Roller Oberservation Wheel decorated in Halloween-themed lights.

Freemont Las Vegas Halloween Bar Crawl

The Fremont Street bar crawl allows you to spend time at some of the best bars on Freemont. This bar crawl is an all-day event starting at 1 pm and going until midnight. You get to set the pace for the bar crawl as you move from bar to bar.

Tickets start at $15 per person. Don’t forget to wear a Halloween costume for this bar crawl.

Rocky Horror Picture Show Halloween Spooktacular

This event is on the tamer side for those who scare easily. You can watch the Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Regency Tropicana Cinemas. This event has two showings and starts at 8 pm. There is a costume contest for different categories, prizes, and even a preshow number before the showings.

This is a great way to do a Halloween-related activity without the jump scares. The showings will occur on Saturday, October 27 this year. Tickets are only $11, so it’s also an affordable activity.

Vegas Halloween Parties

These parties are 21+ and are great for solo travelers, couples, and friend groups who are looking to be out on the town during Halloween weekend.

Annual Fetish and Fantasy Halloween Ball

This Halloween Ball has a little bit of everything – fire breathers, aerial dancers dangling from the ceiling, a laser show, and more. You’ll be able to hear music from some of the top artists and DJs around. Everything from EDM to Top 25 songs will be playing.

Tickets start at $95 for general admission. VIP admission is around $256. If you decide to stop at this party later (after midnight), you can enjoy the festivities for a discounted rate.

A Very B.A.D Halloween

This Halloween bash is typically held on October 31, though it’s yet to be announced for 2022. This party is strictly EDM music, so you’ll feel the beat pumping in every song. Along with dancing along to the music, you can check out the ghost tours, live painting, and other activities.

A Very B.A.D. Halloween party is held in the Sahara Events Center, underground the main building. Tickets are around $30, depending on how far in advance you purchase them.  

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Vegas Halloween Activities

Vegas Fright Nights

Vegas Fright Nights typically occur every Saturday and Sunday in October. You’ll be making your way through a haunted house with three different attractions – Nightmare Manor, Clown Invasion in 3D, and Blood Barn. Tickets are $25 per person, and doors open at 6:30 pm each night.

If you want to spend time at other Las Vegas haunts afterward, aim to arrive at 6 pm when the line starts forming. Children are allowed at this event, though they will need to be accompanied by an adult if they’re under 12 years old.

The Museum of Monsters

This pop-up museum is found in Tivoli Village. It occurs nearly the entire month of October and provides kids and adults with fun monster statues to pose with. All of the monsters are life-sized and offer fun photo opportunities.

The price is $20 per person, and this attraction is typically open after October 7 each year.

HallOveen at Magical Forest

HallOveen is another kid-friendly activity that the whole family can attend. You’ll find this area in Opportunity Village at Magical Forest. Each year, Magical Forest is filled with fun Halloween decorations like pumpkins, lights, and other Halloween-inspired décor.

You can ride down slides, and carousels, work together in escape rooms, and more at HallOveen. The tickets and dates are yet to be announced for 2022, though it usually runs on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays in October.

Potted Potter

Potted Potter is a comedy show that takes all seven Harry Potter books and condenses them into a 70-minute show inside one of Las Vegas’ hotels. These shows feature popular characters in a goofy retelling of each book. It’s fun for the whole family, especially Harry Potter fans.

While this is not a Halloween-specific event, it’s still a fun way to enjoy a show filled with witches and wizards. Tickets start at $39 for this show.

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Zak Bagan’s Haunted Museum

This museum is also open year-round, so you can satisfy your Halloween activity needs regardless of the season. This museum is not for the faint of heart; it’s filled with supposedly haunted artifacts. You can test your fear tolerance as you move through the 30 rooms.

There are a few jump scares set up in the museum as a heads up. Tickets are $48 per person.

Visitors must be 16 years old minimum to explore the museum.

The above are only a few of the activities, events, and parties found in Las Vegas for Halloween fun. Whether you explore one or more of the events, you’ll enjoy Halloween in Vegas. As a bonus, you’ll get to see a lot of fun costumes during an October visit – even just on the street.