Looking for fun tonight? Here are 6 ways you can have a great Halloween night out
Beyond the typical neighborhood trick-or-treating and parties, venture out into Houston on Thursday for one of these Halloween-themed events. You will definitely be kicking off Halloweekend in good spirit.
Here are Houston Halloween Parades and events you won’t want to miss:
Where: The Woodlands Resort and Conference Center
What: Woodlands residents shouldn’t miss out on this free costume party for humans and pets alike.
Movies at Miller: Night of the Living Dead
Where: Miller Outdoor Theatre in Hermann Park
What: This retro horror flick is sure to get the family in the Halloween spirit. Head over to Miller Outdoor Theatre at 7:30 p.m. for family fun. Open seating will be available on the hill.
Monster Mash Halloween Spooktacular
Where: Xfinity Fireplace (303 Memorial City Way)
What: Come dressed up in costume and trick-or-treat your way through the mall. Then head over to the Xfinity Fireplace where DJ Beetlejuice will throw a Halloween dance party.
Halloween Night at the Address
Where: The Address Sports Bar & Event Venue
What: If you are 21 and over, and want to party the night away then Halloween Night at the Address is your spot. Get a free ticket for free entry venue until 11 p.m. Other ticket packages are available from $20-$200 for no line wait, VIP access, bottle service and other perks.
Houston Scream Fest
When: Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Where: 1500 Elton St.
What: With a $40 admission fee, this haunted festival can keep you occupied all day. Attractions include unlimited drinks including adult beverages, unlimited entrance into the haunted houses, admission into H-Town paintball, live concerts and more.
Trick or Drink: Houston Halloween Bar Crawl
Where: Jack & Ginger’s
What: Don’t miss drink specials all night from Jack & Ginger’s, Christian’s Tailgate Bar and Grill Midtown, Dogwood Houston, Hightower Midtown, Oakmont Houston, Front Porch Pub and Electric Feel Good.
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