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Keep on Creeping on with Halloween 2019 in Vegas

Last updated: October 21, 2019 at 4:42 pm. Posted by in Nightlife. Comments Off on Keep on Creeping on with Halloween 2019 in Vegas.

Whether you’re visiting for the frightlife, having a ghouls’ night out or having your wedding scare-emony, Las Vegas is the greatest place in the world to have a little skele-bration.

Wondering where to spend Halloween in Las Vegas?  With Halloween creeping around the corner, we’ve assembled this list of delightfully spooky events happening around town.

With happenings going on all around and at all times of day, there are many ways you can celebrate this spooky season. As they say – the morgue, the merrier… just be careful what you axe for!

Places to go for Halloween in Las Vegas

Halloween in Las Vegas Clowns at the LINQ Promenade

We’re not clowning around when it comes to having a good time on Halloween. Photo courtesy of VOX Agency.


The centerpiece Halloween celebration on the Las Vegas Strip, The LINQ Promenade is putting on a week of Halloween fun from Oct. 25 – 31.

For spooky starters, The LINQ Promenade stage will feature a show from 8 – 11 p.m. nightly every hour on the hour. The rest of the week will include:

  • Saturday, Oct. 26: TRIQ or TREAT: From 3 – 7 p.m., a safe street trick or treat experience from more than 40 outlets along the promenade, perfect for visitors and locals alike.
  • Thursday, Oct. 31: The 550-foot High Roller will light up in Halloween colors.
  • Friday, Nov. 1: The Promenade will host Day of the Dead from 8 – 11 p.m, with a showcase of Latin music from local artists.

Even the drink specials will take on a chilling air: Enjoy Zombie Snot shots, Witches Brew cocktails, $25 buckets of beer and $5 Jagermeister shots.


Hopefully, you won’t be caught in one of this show’s famous twist endings when you’ve played through this golf course. But to be fair, if you do – you probably deserved it. That’s just how the Twilight Zone works.

Twilight Zone by Monster Mini Golf at Bally’s Las Vegas is a 10,000-square-foot attraction an otherworldly take on mini-golf, with art and creatures inspired by the classic, black-and-white TV incarnation of the show. Tickets start at $11.95 for 18 holes.


Maybe the word burlesque doesn’t inspire terror, but the word zombie sure does!

Zombie Burlesque at the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Las Vegas is more of a retro horror-inspired comedy-musical than a burlesque show where you’d worry about your brain being eaten during the strip tease. Tickets start at $79.99.

DJ Pauly D Day of the Dead party at Drai’s Nightclub at The Cromwell Halloween in Las Vegas

Get ready for some spooky fist-pumps. Photo courtesy of Drai’s Nightclub.


Carnaval Court at Harrah’s Las Vegas

Over at Cannibal… rather, Carnaval Court at Harrah’s Las Vegas, the Halloween festivities run from Oct. 31 through Nov. 3. Expect a zombie apocalypse theme along with beverage sample giveaways, go-go dancers, games, live music, photo ops and more. And on the 31st only, you can enter a contest to win up to a $500 bar tab.

Heart Bar at Planet Hollywood Resort

You’ll want to come in costume to Heart Bar at Planet Hollywood Resort will host a ghoulish evening on Halloween night, with giveaways, themed cocktails, drink specials and more. Guests will want to arrive during the 8 – 9 p.m. raffle ticket giveaway period, but the party will last late into the night. There is no cover and raffle winners will be drawn at 9 p.m.


OMNIA Nightclub at Caesars Palace will combine two things we love: Halloween and storming Area 51 on Thursday, Oct. 31. During “Abducted in OMNIA,” the club’s 22,000-pound chandelier will channel a spaceship as it lights up the dance floor in an out-of-this-world display.


Does “Gym, Tan, Laundry” count as a costume? “Jersey Shore” star DJ Pauly D will spin for a Day of the Dead party at Drai’s Nightclub at The Cromwell.


Cabo Wabo Cantina at Planet Hollywood’s Miracle Mile Shops will offer the Once Bitten cocktail starting Oct. 18. It’s made with Bacardi Cuatro, St. Germain, ginger beer, lime juice and a blood orange puree swirl. Best of all, it comes in a festive skull-shaped souvenir glass for $13.


Voodoo Rooftop Nightclub at Rio Las Vegas has a pretty spookily-named cocktail year-round, but what better opportunity to indulge than Halloween? The Witch Doctor, a blend of rums and fruit juices, is made to be shared and has an eerie mist thanks to the dry ice that also serves to keep it cool.

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Jorge has been writing in Las Vegas for about a decade, covering a mix of entertainment, nightlife and travel offerings for publications like Best of Las Vegas, Las Vegas Weekly, Los Angeles Times and Louisville Voice-Tribune. In his spare time, he's traveling, at pub trivia or not playing his stack of video games.

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