Halloween is just around the corner, and Las Vegas is ready to go! From haunted houses to spooky rides to fantasy balls, there are so many Halloween events in Las Vegas. Check out our first list of where to go to find your spooky sights!
Halloween in Vegas (Part I)
First of all, Zombie Paintball. Four haunted houses. All the screams you can scream. Bonnie Springs brings horror and frights, a Las Vegas staple for things that go bump in the night! Tickets for Zombie Paintball are $30. These Halloween events in Las Vegas are sure to be spooktacular.
Halloween at the Magical Forest
Every year, Opportunity Village celebrates Halloween with bright lights and magic! This all ages event features an “enchanted” carousel, the “forest express ghost train,” “Rod’s monstrous mini-golf,” and more! Even better, all the proceeds go to benefit people with disabilities at Opportunity Village.
In contrast to the kid-friendly magical Forest, Fright Dome is a staple of Las Vegas Halloween, taking the title as one of the best haunted attractions in the US. This house has been terrifying people since 2003, and this year will be no exception. Check out Lights Out or Zombie City, two haunted houses in the Fright Dome, or Hex. This year sees an all new scare zone called Marionette Madness! There are also live shows and a 4D theatre!
Fetish and Fantasy Halloween Ball
October 28th at Red Rock Casino, this one of a kind, wild night begins at 10pm and goes all night! The Fetish and Fantasy Halloween Ball has been going strong 22 years, and is infamous for being one of the most risque, crazy, bizarre, and fun parties around! Tickets will run you about a hundred bucks for general admission, but by all accounts, it’s worth it!
Sin City Halloween
Last but not least, on October 26th, the night kicks off at 5pm – Media Event at the El Cortez, Sin City Halloween “Hall of Horror” Ceremony, and then at 10pm the costume party begins! The next day features the Sin City Halloween 5k Run… or walk… or crawl. Even better, it raises money for children with special needs! The parade then starts at 8:30pm! (You can even register to be in it!)