Travelers to Las Vegas this Halloween can expect to see the entire town transformed into a monster party. With everything from parades and costumed balls to spooky villages, there will be plenty to keep guests frightened this Halloween. Travel Agent has rounded up the top choices of this year’s freaky festivities.
The Las Vegas Zombie Run - Taking place at Sunset Park on Sunday October 26. Runners wear a football flag style belt and must evade the fleet of zombies who will attempt to grab their flags. Participants can choose between a 5k and a 1 mile run/walk which will benefit local charity ‘Generation Vegas’. Registration is $40 before October 1 and $60 thereafter.
Hard Rock Hotel Fetish and Fantasy Ball - Guests can expect a fashion show, dancers and a freak show at this party taking place across four rooms and three levels. Djs performing this year include Mark Lewis, Scooter & LaVelle, DJ Reza and more. Admission costs $66 or $49.50 for those entering after 1 am.
HallOVeen at Opportunity Village - Open October 3-5, 10-12, 17-19, 24-26 and 30-31 from 6:00 to 10:00p.m at 6300 W. Oakey Blvd. Guests can hop aboard the forest express ghost train, take a ride on Cheyenne’s Enchanted Carousel or play a round of Rod’s Monstrous mini golf. There will also be nightly parades, crafts, movies alongside storytelling Fridays and scary-oke Saturdays.
Fright Dome at Circus Circus - Every October Circus Circus’s Adventure dome transforms into the Fright Dome. The theme park features 25 rides and attractions and this year will see six new haunted houses, alongside nightly shows and much more. Tickets start at $39.95 on select nights
Oktober FrightFest at the Fremont Experience - This year marks the 6th annual Oktober FrightFest. The entire street turns into a monster party for the entire month of October with Halloween themed live entertainment and specials.