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If you don't have Halloween plans yet, look no further because this list of spooky events in the Dallas area is just what you need. There is a large variety of Halloween events and activities happening this year, so start planning your Halloween weekend now to pack in as much creepy fall fun as possible. Whether you're looking for free events or extravagant parties, family-friendly activities or adults-only gatherings, or indoor or outdoor celebrations, there's a little of everything on this list. Grab your calendar, call your friends, and plan to take advantage of these local Halloween events.
When: October 29 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Where: 2801 Osler Drive, STE 125 in Grand Prairie
Trunk or Treat (or Trunk-O-Treat) by Helen's Project is a family-friendly event and a great way to enjoy Halloween. Kids and adults can have a fun evening decorating their trunks in Halloween themes, handing out candy, and going trick-or-treating. Make sure to dress up in your favorite costume so you can take part in the Halloween costume contest. The best costume wins. Other Halloween activities include games, food, a haunted house, and free Halloween goodies. Come enjoy an exciting night of Halloween activities and learn how Helen's project brings hope to local communities.
When: Begins on October 29 at 5 p.m.; ends on October 31 at 8 p.m.
Where: 4925 Greenville Avenue in Dallas
Cost: $39 for children and $48 for adults
The Progressive Haunted Eats Tour is a popular event sponsored by Dallas by Chocolate and Dallas Bites, and it's perfect for all ages. Hop in your car for some haunted fun while you drive from one spooky site to the next. As you visit each spot, you'll find sweet or savory treats waiting for you from amazing local venues, and maybe some ghostly surprises. Dressing up in Halloween costumes is optional, but you should bring a trick-or-treat bag to collect goodies. You can even bring candy to give out to the other guests if you want.
When: October 30 from 4 p.m. to 12 a.m.
Where: 2908 McKinney Avenue in Dallas
The Dallas Halloween Bar Crawl is for the 21-and-older crowd. Grab your friends and bar crawl around town for one of the biggest Halloween events in Dallas. Your ticket includes access to the crawl map, two free drinks, amazing local food, waived cover at venues, exclusive drink specials, and professional photos. You don't have to dress up, but the grand prize for the costume contest is $1,000. Check-in starts at 4 p.m. with wristbands and drink tickets. The crawl itself goes on until 10 p.m., and then the after-party starts with live music and special deals.
When: October 30 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Where: 2000 East Spring Creek Parkway in Plano
Celebrate Halloween with the entire family inside the Plano Event Center. For the 7th year running, the Plano Family Expo is putting on a fun and spooky day full of interactive Halloween activities. Start your day with bounce houses, games, graveyard yoga, and a costume contest. Then continue the fun with raffle prizes, giveaways, a DJ dance party, and a haunted maze. End the evening with trick-or-treating at the vendor market, listening to live music, and watching dance performances. Every family member will find an activity they enjoy at this event.
When: October 30 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Where: 1481 E. Hill Park Rd. in Lewisville
Cost: $60 for early birds; there is an expected price increase.
Try something different this Halloween and hop on the Nightmare on Lake Lewisville Boat Party, presented by Exquisite Cuisine. Boarding starts at 6 p.m., then it's three hours on the water with delicious food, live entertainment, and great music. During the party, you will also have the chance to win first, second, or third place prizes for the best Halloween costume. Now, although the event provides food, you will need to bring your own beverage. Also, space is limited; tickets to this boat party sell fast every year, so get your tickets before they're gone.
When: October 31 from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Where: 2440 Victory Park Lane in Dallas
If you and your friends are at least 21 years old, you can enjoy the W Dallas Masquerade Halloween Party on the 33rd-floor rooftop of the famous Altitude hotel. Dress up in costumes and sip champagne while you're surrounded by state-of-the-art lighting and spooky decor. One of the top Dallas DJs, DJ Joe Vega, will provide the music. This unique masquerade event has multiple ticket options, starting with basic admission and ending with a 10-person VIP reserved table that includes the best seating, two hours of open bar tickets, and three bottles of premium liquor.
When: Begins on October 30 at 7 p.m.; ends on October 31 at 2 a.m.
Where: 3900 block of Cedar Springs in Dallas
The Halloween Party on the Block (also called the customary Oak Lawn Halloween party) is one of the biggest and best parties you'll find this time of year. Partiers of any age can attend the fenced-in street party area, but only those 21 and over can purchase alcohol. The main event is a specially designated costume promenade with live commentary where everyone can show off their best Halloween costumes. The event is free; however, there are seven booths with food, refreshments, and beer available to purchase. Enjoy the music and stop by the back lot for featured Rose Room performances.
Here at Planet Ford Dallas, we love the spooky thrill of celebrating Halloween. Whether you are looking for a free family-friendly event or want to splurge on a crazy adults-only night out, we hope you found an event on this list that's right for you. There are so many unique ways to celebrate Halloween in the Dallas area that we might not have included your favorite event. Drop us a line, and let us know if there are other great Halloween events we should add to our list.