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Memphis Guide to Halloween Events 2018

Even though Halloween is on October 31, the entire month is packed full of fun ways to celebrate. Check out our list of how you can enjoy the ghostly holiday and get in the spooky spirit.

On Friday and Saturday nights in October, actors clad as ghostly apparitions haunt the herbaceous hallways of a spooky tractor ride. A giant jumping pillow launches kids skyward and gently cushions their falls, and a corn cannon fires ears of corn at targets up to 100 yards away. Anyone who hits a target wins a prize from one of the maze’s sponsors and the right to eat nothing but popcorn balls until Thanksgiving. And as always, the haunted Corn Maze is guaranteed to frighten Memphians of all ages.

This Halloween season, dare to to enter Memphis’ largest indoor Haunted House. Featuring multiple areas to explore, tickets start at $22 with VIP tickets and group rates available.

For this installment of Horror Night Double Feature you can hang out, eat pizza and drink cheap drinks while watching two gems from master of horror Sam Raimi! Don’t be late!

Monster Market is an annual freaky pop-up shop curated by Holtermonster, full of creepy housewares, freaky apparel, dark home decor, weird art and odd gifts, made by independent makers, artists, and small brands. The shop is only open for October and pops up in a different location every year! Crosstown Concourse is their 2018 home. Come visit the shop before it disappears (not appropriate for children)!

  • Haunted Pub Crawl
    Friday, October 5 – 27th on Fridays and Saturdays – 7:30 pm to 10 pm – $20 per person (21+ only)

Take a tour this Halloween season of some of the most haunted places in Memphis with an actual paranormal investigator. Drinks available for purchase.

Winchester and the Ammunition will be releasing a single on Oct 5 to get you in the mood for Halloween early this year. The Lamp will be especially vibin’ cause on the walls will be the art of Justinedwords, who will be having his first art show ever.

Come celebrate the new season on Broad Avenue with live music, great food, and unique items for sale!

See the all-time comedy classic on the Pink Palace big screen!

Ever wanted to shoot some zombies? Now is your chance! Head out to Jones Orchard on Fridays and Saturdays to take your best shot against the undead. Featuring ghoulish scenery, fully loaded paintball guns, and 5-ton army trucks, you’ll not want to miss it!

See the cult classic, Children of the Corn, this Sunday!

You a fan of horror films & creepy TV like Stranger Things, the Walking Dead, & American Horror Story? Get into the Halloween spirit with Horror Movie & TV Trivia! $50 prize at each game, games start at 7:30 pm and 10 pm! Ten extra points for each team that dresses in costume!
Use your knowledge of Stephen King, A Nightmare on Elm Street, A Quiet Place, The Conjuring, The Nun, The Exorcist, The Purge, Saw, Get Out, Hereditary, Friday the 13th, Scream, Silence of the Lambs, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Alien, Predator, Paranormal Activities & Many More!

It’s the return of The Rocky Horror Drag Show, brought to you by the Zebra Lounge and Goldie Dee & Friends to benefit Friends For Life. Come in costume to win special prizes and sign up for the Time Warp competition before the show begins. Your optional $20 donation to Friends For Life gives you a chance to win raffle baskets throughout the night. Goldie takes the stage at 9:00 pm to thrill, chill and fulfill you.

It’s Frankenstein’s 200th birthday! Help the Pink Palace celebrate by exploring the fact and fiction behind Mary Shelly’s novel with intriguing learning activities.

New Moon Theatre Company presents a gory rock musical based on The Lizzie Borden Story. On a sweltering summer morning in 1892, in a small New England city, a prominent businessman and his wife were brutally axed to death in their home. Their daughter Lizzie Borden was the prime suspect. Lizzie’s trial was a coast-to-coast media sensation, and her story has become an American legend.  Lizzie is American mythology set to a blistering rock score. Lizzie is a new American musical with a sound owing less to Sondheim and Andrew Lloyd Webber than to Bikini Kill, the Runaways, and Heart.

Professor Van Helsing and his brave comrades hunt to destroy the profoundly evil Count Dracula. But the Count is exceedingly resourceful, employing superhuman strength, psychic powers, and shape-changing to confound his antagonists. An inevitable confrontation ensues in this adaptation of an action-packed, blood-soaked retelling of this classic horror tale.

Calling all ghouls and goblins, Eric C and Carla are back at Ghost River to shamelessly plug their paranormal podcast and bring you a very SPOOKTACULAR Drink-N-Draw gameshow! Plenty of spooky games and prizes. Costumes? Wear em if you got em, they’ll give out prizes for best and worst dressed.

Grab some family or a friend and pump up your holiday cheer with a BOOtiful Pumpkin Decorating Party at Muddy’s for free! Muddy’s will provide all the supplies you need to spruce up that pumpkin. All you need to do is BYOP (Bring Your Own Pumpkin). This event will be held on the Midtown Muddy’s Lawn. All ages welcome!

Enjoy spooky treats, play games to win prizes, stop by booths to shop vintage Halloween goodies, hand-made items & Art. Shop oddities and curiosities items for the strange and weird.

Join Shelby Farms Park on the Great Lawn for two spook-tacular scary movies: Casper (6:15pm) and The Shining (8pm). Food trucks will be available and parking is $10 per car.

Come dressed as your favorite character from “The Office.” Since it is October, each location is going to have a costume contest too. Both nights will feature a fresh edition of trivia about “The Office” Halloween episodes. Feel free to attend one or both. Just be sure to RSVP!

Invite your friends to play “Friends” Trivia (The One With Questions About the Halloween Episode and Other Spooky Stuff From Friends). Since it is October, Railgarten is going to have a “Friends” costume contest during trivia.

Come dressed as your favorite character from the Disney Halloween classic. Since it is October, each location is going to have a “Hocus Pocus” costume contest too. Both nights will feature a fresh edition of trivia about “Hocus Pocus.” Feel free to attend one or both. Just be sure to RSVP!

Think ghost stories are just for kids? Think again. Historical Haunt’s haunted pub crawl is just for adults! Join their knowledgeable and entertaining guides on an informative and humorous walking tour of Downtown Memphis restaurants, bars and taverns. You’ll enjoy the macabre history and spirits with the spirits, as you explore two types of Memphis traditions: ghost stories and alcohol.

A Halloween season inspired collection of short plays written by local writers. Explore Science Fiction in theatrical form! Travel in space and time to meet aliens from another dimension, sentient robots and mysterious creatures. Discover strange worlds, future technologies and alternate realities that defy comprehension!

Parents, do you want a kid free night? Send the kids to Paint a Piece to celebrate fall and create some spooky and festive pieces. Parents enjoy your own free time or stay and paint something of your own. Kids will paint an a spider canvas and complete a sugar skull plate. They will give step by step instructions, eat East of Chicago Pizza, and have tons of fun!

Come to Singleton’s popular Halloween Carnival which will take place in the Gymnasium. There will be games, contests, candy and fun. Will your costume win a prize in the Costume Contest? Judging will be divided in the following age categories: 0–3, 4–6, 7–9, 10–12, 13 and over. Admission is $1.00 for adults; children 12 and under are free.

  • Zoo Boo
    October 19-21 and 26-28, and 31st, 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm – $10 to $12 for members and $13 to $15 for non-members

Join the Memphis Zoo for their annual ZOO BOO celebration. Mazes, hayrides, candy stations and more will be ready for guests to enjoy along with the exhibits!

The Arlington Chamber of Commerce is pleased to present a Memphis Barbecue Network sanctioned contest that will feature live entertainment, activities for families and children, a variety of vendors and concessions, and much more. Over $11,000 in prize money and trophies will be awarded to winners in three MBN categories (Whole Hog, Pulled Pork, and Ribs) and ten ‘Anything But’ categories.

Are you brave enough to survive the Trail of Terror? Prepare yourself as dark forces are unleashed to make your worst nightmares come true. You will encounter evil creatures everywhere, waiting for you in the forest. The Shelby Forest Trail of Terror will be held in Shelby Forest State Park at 910 Riddick Rd. Follow the signs from the Shelby Forest General Store 7729 Benjestown Rd. Millington.

Join A Step Ahead Foundation at the University Club for a magical night of fun, food, live music, cocktails, and spooky surprises! Admission is $35 for ages 35 and under and $50 for 36 and over. Guests (21+) can purchase an Open Bar Pass for only $20 – a marvelous deal.

Celebrate the season at CMOM’s (not-so-scary) Halloween Spooktacular complete with all the fall festival trimmings: pumpkin decorating, Halloween costume parade, glow party, Magic show with Mr. Nick, Spooky Science experiments, and Treats-not-Tricks goodies.

Experience a pub crawl like no other! Complete with a multitude of attractions including a sorting ceremony, wizard games, trivia, Hogwarts acceptance letters, and of course plenty of drink specials, be sure to take the chance and dive deep into the realm of Harry Potter!

Enjoy a night of classic vampire flicks with friends and family! Bring the lawn chairs and some grub and soak in the Halloween atmosphere. Here is the full line up: The Lost Boys, Fright Night, The Hunger, Near Dark.

  • Boos + Booze
    Saturday, October 20, 5 pm to 8 am (the 21st)

Spend the night at Shelby Farms at Boos + Booze…if you dare! There, you can enjoy witch’s brew, have some spirits with the spirits, watch a scary movie, take a haunted hike, have paranormal encounters and more!

Every week, since the summer of 2012, UBFM has sought out and fed the homeless, via bicycle, on the streets of Memphis, through every type of weather, to demonstrate to them that they are loved and not forgotten. Help them keep going by attending our 6th Anniversary Fundraiser Bash/Silent Auction/Costume Party, etc. coming up on Saturday, October 20th, to be held in one of the coolest warehouses in Memphis, starting at 6 pm!

Join the Collierville Education Association for the 2nd Annual Fall Fun Fest featuring a 5K, Family Fun Run, and a festival with food trucks, vendors, activities, inflatables, petting zoo, train ride and more! This year we are adding a pumpkin patch and pumpkin decorating contest along with hot air balloon rides.

Join The Q if you dare, for the biggest zombie party in the city. (21 & UP)

Come in costume for spooky family fun and activities based on Vampirina and your favorite Disney Junior pals at Wolfchase Galleria!

Celebrate the season at CMOM’s (not-so-scary) Halloween Spooktacular complete with all the fall festival trimmings: pumpkin decorating, Halloween costume parade, glow party, Magic show with Mr. Nick, Spooky Science experiments, and Treats-not-Tricks goodies.

Mark your calendar! Families are invited to this year’s Halloween Festival packed with fun and games. Bring your whole family for this ghoulish Sunday afternoon event. Vendors will be on hand to promote their business or organization and will be giving out treats and goodies. The kids will get a thrill out of Lakeland’s Great Pumpkin Patch filled with pumpkins for the picking. Once they pick out their favorite pumpkin, they can decorate it and take home. This is a free event for families.

We have to wait until 2019 for more new episodes of Stranger Things, but we don’t have to wait any longer for more “Stranger Things” Trivia in the Memphis area!

You’re invited to a celebration of the darker side of cinema, as they unleash an entire weekend devoted to absolute celluloid insanity and some seriously messed up flicks at CINEMATIC PANIC! – a five day film festival devoted entirely to the dangerous, the demented, and the damaging in film…

Come celebrate 37 years of fun with Breakaway Running! They’ll have a short run at 6. Then they’ll rock out to the haunting tunes of the Michael Brothers Band and have prizes for the scariest creatures (costumes not required). All of the cool ghouls will be here!

It’s a wrestling event where YOU get to be a part of the action! Head to Memphis Made Brewing for the first-ever Trivia Havoc & Costume Contest. Come dressed as your favorite wrestler for your chance to win a prize pack valued at $100 in the BIGGEST pro wrestling costume contest in the history of the territory.

Memphis is turning into Halloween Town as Pimentos Kitchen plays “Nightmare Before Christmas” Trivia!

Are you a fan of Horror Movies & creepy TV like Stranger Things, the Walking Dead, & American Horror Story? Get into the Halloween spirit with Horror Movie & TV Trivia! $50 prize at each game, games start at 7:30 pm and 10 pm! Ten extra points for each team that dresses in costume!
Use your knowledge of Stephen King, A Nightmare on Elm Street, A Quiet Place, The Conjuring, The Nun, The Exorcist, The Purge, Saw, Get Out, Hereditary, Friday the 13th, Scream, Silence of the Lambs, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Alien, Predator, Paranormal Activities & many more!

October 26th and 27th from 7 pm till Midnight Jupiter Comics and Collectibles will have a Haunted Forest. Book your tour by calling 901-286-5994 or emailing at jupiterhorrornight@gmail.com, book while spots are still available. Also, on the 27th they will have Horror trivia, Halloween ComicFest, scary movies, and much more

Join Southern Vintage for their technique class for this adorable two-sided pallet. They will teach you how to paint a scarecrow and snowman step-by-step. Tickets must be purchased in advance.

Come dressed in your best costumes and head to the Bartlett Recreation Center for their 4th Annual “Halloween Family Fun Fest.” Featuring a haunted hay ride and costume contest, be sure not to miss it!

Trick-or-Treating, free photos, pumpkin toss, and a costume parade! Come down to the pyramid for a great time.

Get scared at The Square on Friday, Oct. 26, at their FREE spooktacular Halloween Bash costume party from 7 – 10 pm featuring live music from The Dantones in support the Humane Society of Memphis & Shelby!

Loflin Yard is celebrating Halloween by giving an extra bingo card to everyone in costume!

See ‘The Addams Family’ on Adams Avenue on the lawn of the Mallory-Neely House! Open house starts at 5:30 before the movie at 7 pm. Bring your chairs and blankets.

Tour takers will be greeted by costumed hosts and will have the chance to take peruse expanded retail options and purchase beer, wine, and snacks. Guests will follow a newly-improved path illuminated by beautiful bistro lights, meeting along the way 9 costumed characters portraying the residents of Elmwood from Memphis history. You’ll meet a Civil Rights leader, a suffragist, a city historian, a victim of the yellow fever, and other fascinating characters. Tickets available here.

Join the Mystic Krewe of Pegasus for their forth annual Halloween Party – Halloween at Hogwarts. Costume contest at midnight. Prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places and admission includes food and an open bar. Entertainment will be surprise guests and performances throughout the night. All proceeds will benefit their 2018-19 charity, TEP Tennessee Equality Project Foundation and Special Olympics of Greater Memphis

Come and bring your kids for a Trunk or Treat at the marketplace! They will also have a make and take paint pumpkin or ghost in the craft room which will have a small fee ($12) but the trunk or treating will be free!

Come out and enjoy El Toro Taco’s annual trunk or treat. Bring non perishable food donations for an entry fee.

Join the Junior Auxiliary of Collierville for their annual Halloween event at the Collierville Square!

Join Lafayette’s music room for a night of music and scares!

The South Main Association member area will be located between Primas Bakery and Boutique and The Peddler Bike Shop, and members will enjoy free food and beverages (along with some sweet treats from Primas)! You can also sign up on site to receive your exclusive SMA Member Card, which entitles you to discounts at participating South Main businesses, including: Carolina WatershedCivil PourExercise UnlimitedGrecian GourmetLow Fi CoffeeThe Green Beetle – Oldest Tavern in MemphisPontotoc LoungeRizzos Diner, Silly GooseSouth Main SushiStock&BelleTwo Girls and a WhipThe VAULT on GE PattersonWalking Pants Curiosities.

Join The Vault for a special edition Trolley Night Costume Party on Friday, October 26, with happy hour food and drink specials and some amazing giveaways. Come by in your best Halloween costume, take photos in our themed photo booth and tag #vaultmemphisparties for your chance to win some local Memphis and Vault swag!

“Trunk or Treat on Tillman Street” Fall Festival is a safe, family-friendly event hosted by United Way of the Mid-South to connect with its neighboring community and the community-at-large. There will be bouncy fun, face painting, food, music, crafts, a petting zoo, games, a trunk contest, & lots of candy!

This Halloween Bar Crawl is hosted by the Red Shoe Society – Ronald McDonald House of Memphis and benefits the Ronald McDonald House of Memphis. Participants will “crawl” through several local Memphis hot spots including: The VAULT on GE PattersonSouth Main SushiThe Green Beetle – Oldest Tavern in MemphisCafe PontotocSilly Goose, and Bardog Tavern. All participants will begin at The VAULT on GE Patterson at 8:00pm. Don’t forget to dress up! The best male, female, and group/couple costumes will receive a prize.

Forget the Walking Dead, this is the SKATING Dead. Put on your zombie best and start your #Halloween celebrations early.

Doors open at 8 pm and entrance is just $15. Be sure to make it!

Get a bit more mileage out of those costumes and come brunching in them this Saturday for a chance to win a $100 gift card. Fun for friends and family!

See the spooky classics Hocus Pocus, Night of the Living Dead, and The Atomic Brain!

Once upon a time on Halloween Night, mayhem and mischief were practiced to fright.

Bring the kids out for a fun Trick or Treat around the Historic Covington Square!

Barstool Memphis presents the Barstool Halloween Party October 27th at The Bluff! 9 pm to close $10 cover LADIES FREE BEFORE 10:30 pm. Portion of proceeds benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital! Specialty Barstool Shot! There will be giveaways, costume contest, and live DJ.

Join Meddlesome Brewing Co.’s second annual Halloween party and costume contest! Prizes and drink specials for those in costume. They’re showing Halloween on the patio (weather permitting). They will also be releasing Black Cat Moan, our oatmeal stout! Black cat will be available on nitro as well as standard and they will be tapping a special cask of coffee Black Cat. Arepa901 will be on site serving up the grub!

Come out for a night full of spooky drinks, live music by Hillbilly Mojo, costume contests, and much more! (21+ only)

“Boos and Brews” Halloween-themed Bar Crawl is hosted by Red Shoe Society – Ronald McDonald House of Memphis and benefits the Ronald McDonald House of Memphis. Participants will “crawl” through several local Memphis hot spots including: The VAULT on GE Patterson, South Main Sushi, The Green Beetle – Oldest Tavern in Memphis, Cafe Pontotoc, Silly Goose, and Bardog Tavern.

It’s that time again! Jack’s Frost is hosting their 3rd annual Halloween Festival. This year, we will have local vendors back, games, costume contests and a free movie night showing Hocus Pocus.

Head to Raiford’s for a fantastic Halloween party downtown!

This Halloween weekend, come get spooky at Loflin Yard at an all-day event with food, drinks, and games. They’ll have a live DJ in the Coach House, pumpkin decorating in the Yard, and 3 costume contests.

Halloween decorations, drink and food specials, and Salsa Memphis’ annual costume party $300 in cash to the best costume of the night, chosen by the crowd.

The annual “Trunk or Treat on Tillman Street” Fall Festival is a safe, family-friendly event hosted by United Way of the Mid-South to connect with our neighboring community and the community-at-large. This fun festival allows our funded agency partners the opportunity to uniquely showcase their incredible work by decorating the trunks of cars and by passing out treats to local youth.

Join Flying Saucer for a great Halloween party and over $300 in prizes!

Join Victorian Village for a spooky evening of Halloween revelry at the historic Laurelhill to benefit Victorian Village Inc., a community development corporation. A suggested $35 minimum donation per ticket will include light bites, entertainment, and an open bar. Costumes are optional.

Crosstown Brewing is hosting a murder Mystery Dinner Party and you’re all invited! Sign-up now to be part of a night of mystery and fun. There are two options for tickets and you will be assigned a character based on your ticket purchase. The cost includes a catered dinner from Next Door, dessert and two full pours of beer. This is an interactive event and they highly encourage everyone that participates to come dressed in costume.

Party all night at The Beach House this Halloween. They’ll have food and drink specials available until the wee hours.

Halloween bash at Tin Roof featuring live music on one stage & a DJ in the Green Room! Costume contests, drink specials & more.

Come celebrate the Spookiest time of year with Muddy’s! Gather your friends and family and get ready for some cookie decorating fun. Try your hand at decorating not two, not three, but FOUR Halloween themed cookies. Cookies, icing, and sprinkles are provided as well as complimentary tea! Have a great time with people you love and leave with your very own creation that you can eat. Sign up now, seating is limited.

As Night falls and Darkness descends you are cordially invited to Haunted Happenings at the Woodruff-Fontaine Mansion! Allow gypsies to foretell your future and partake in a live paranormal investigation. Live music, food trucks and dancing await, so don your costume if you wish and enjoy an evening of Victorian themed Halloween festivities.

Head to Growlers for Halloween movie trivia, live music, and happy hour in celebration of the new Halloween film releasing this October!

Head to the Memphis Sounds Lounge for a fun a freaky Halloween weekend celebration!

For this holiday edition of PubSing, The Casual Pint will throw in some spooky tunes for all to sing and also welcomes you to arrive IN COSTUME should you so desire! There will be a prize for the costume contest winner.

Last year, the 3rd annual monster mash was one of the hottest in Memphis. This year will be even better! Benefiting Refuge-Memphis.org, party-goers will enjoy an open bar, open dance floor, a DJ, and finger foods. This is a costume party like no other and first place this year will take home $200 with the runner up will receiving $75. The crowd will be the judge at the stroke of midnight so be sure to come prepared!

Gates open 5pm. Trick or Treat through My Big Backyard 5pm to 7pm. Movie begins at 7:15. Come in your creepiest costume, grab a blanket or chair, and come to the Live Garden for a double feature of fun. Little ghosts and goblins will scream with delight at the treat stations and activities before Its the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown shows at 7:15 pm. At 7:45pm, go on a journey through the woods with Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride. Kettle corn, food truck concessions, photo ops, and adult spirits will be available throughout the evening. No outside food, please. MBG members $8/non-members $10 at the gate, includes one or both films and all activities.

The Annual Spaceface Halloween Party is approaching. Spaceface will have all their classics on Saturday October 27th at Railgarten featuring: a costume contest with prizes, local art vendors, local food, libations, and more for all of you party animals.

Booogey the night away at South Memphis Productions with drink and food specials, a costume party, and a live DJ!

Enjoy haunted trails, food trucks, bounce houses, guided tours through Oaklawn Garden and much, much more. The 2018 Fall Fest is a must for families and friends. Join them for an afternoon at the Farm Park and enjoy the numerous available activities including: live music, pumpkin patch activities, visiting farm animals, hay rides, hay maze, hay mountain, scarecrow contest and a kiddie pedal tractor pull competition.

Enjoy safe trunk or treating, spooky hikes, Pumpkin painting, music, food trucks and more!

Admission is $12.99 in advance or $14.99 at the door. Children ages 1-17 are welcomed. Includes pizza, drinks, glow necklace, face painting, spooky bag for trick or treating, games and prizes!

Professor Van Helsing and his brave comrades hunt to destroy the profoundly evil Count Dracula. But the Count is exceedingly resourceful, employing superhuman strength, psychic powers, and shape-changing to confound his antagonists. An inevitable confrontation ensues in this adaptation of an action-packed, blood-soaked retelling of this classic horror tale.

Join Idlewild Presbyterian’s Second Annual Trunk or Treat! In partnership with Grace St. Luke’s, they are holding an evening of fun, fellowship, games, and candy in the parking lot on the corner of Union & Evergreen! If you would like to volunteer or donate, please sign up here.

It’s almost Halloween so party at Rec Room with two very different…and yet eerily similar movies about some good Ol’ fashioned witchcraft. Drink and food specials all night!

Join Craft Republic for a fantastic Halloween party! $10 Cover includes a buffet & candy bar, karaoke with Dee Jay Funn, black light room with glow-in-the-dark beer pong, spooky photo booth, costume contest (No masks), scary maze, prizes and giveaways just for attending, $2 Raffle basket, creepy good drink specials, jello shot specials, and more!

Great collection of music, comedy and art that benefits a good cause. This is the 10th installment and they’re not going anywhere. Please bring a $5 donation which will support both the artists and Cooperative Memphis.

On Wednesday, October 31, trick-or-treat at participating retailers and enjoy face painting for the little ones.

Do you like scary movies? Celebrate Halloween by playing Horror Movie Trivia at one of these three locations in the Memphis area on Wed, Oct 31: @ LBOE, 7pm-9pm, @ TJ Mulligan’s Cordova, 7pm-9pm (21+),  @ Railgarten, 8pm-10pm *COSTUME CONTEST* Since it is Halloween, Railgarten is going to have a costume contest during trivia too. Make a reservation to guarantee your team’s spot.

Bring your little ghouls and goblins to Crosstown Concourse this Halloween for trick-or-treating on the plaza. Volunteers will park their cars on the plaza and fill their trunks with candy.

Restrained insanity manifests itself as masked mobs parading the streets coursing prey. A circus purge of fear and laughter, don’t miss the party.

Join Southaven on Halloween night for a fun and safe place to trick or treat! They will have moon bounces, trunks to visit, games, the Kona Ice truck, food for sale from Chick-fil-A, and more! Add this event to your calendar!

Don’t be scared to come out and have a blast with Growlers on Halloween this year. They have costume contests with prizes, local bands, touring bands, pole dancers, and a ton of other spooky things lined up. Don’t waste your time with the mindless zombies at a dead event on Halloween, come out and party with all the monsters at Growlers.

Wear your best Halloween costume and celebrate with some candy on Wednesday, October 31st while supplies last. Look out for pumpkins in the store windows for participating retailers.

If you’re looking for a boo, this may be the night for you. Single or coupled, look no further for Halloween plans! Throw on your costumes (no masks, please) and party with Ghost River.

Join Monster Market at Crosstown for the bittersweet end of Monster Market! Snatch up what’s left of the creepy stock, meet some makers, have a snack and gulp a cocktail with us on the most hallowed of nights! Costumes encouraged!

The Collective invites you to ease on down the road to Memphis Slim House for the 4th Annual Black October Halloween Party. There’ll be 3 DJs, a bonfire, a costume contest, and more for you to enjoy. #pullup

Join the Kroc Center of Memphis for their Annual Fall Fun Bash! This event is FREE and open to the public for games, activities, inflatables, and of course, CANDY! Dress up in your favorite costume and hang out with the Kroc Stars for a fun-filled night at the Kroc!

Know of an event that’s not on the list? Send it to us and we’ll keep a running tally of all the spooky happenings.