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Here Are Some Scary-Fun Things You Can Do This October For Halloween in STL

St. Louis has many fun Halloween events going on this month. Explore the events below so you can get your fill of spooky things to do this Halloween season.

October 30th The Legendary CWE Halloween Street Party

The event goes from 11 am to midnight with many things to do throughout the day. Those with kids can appreciate the event’s offering of activities earlier in the day. The fun starts with a kids costume parade and party, the Moolah Shriners in their YOMO cars, face painters, clowns, and trick-or-treating. The afternoon brings with it more Halloween fun for puppy parents with a dog costume parade and party. Finally, at 6 pm the adult’s only party starts which will include a costume contest, fire dancers, hula hoop dancers, DJs, and other spooky entertainment.

October 29-31 Taha’a Twisted Tiki Bar’s Voodo Island Event

Enjoy a spooky night out in costume at Taha’a Twisted Tiki in the Grove. The bar will be fully decorated for Halloween and will be serving up drink specials all weekend long. The drinks will be Halloween-themed so expect creepy cocktails like the tequila-based White Walker. No need to fear if it gets chilly as the bar also has 5 fire pits to hang out and warm up next to.

September 30-October 31 Grant’s Farm Halloween Drive-Thru

Drive through Grant’s Farm this October and witness over 8 haunted themes. Besides just lights and Halloween decor, a few of Grant’s Farm’s animals will be there to help celebrate the spooky season

September 24-October 31st Six Flags Fright Fest

Get ready to scream. Admission to the park will include scare zones, haunted attractions, entertainment, shows, and rides. An additional ticket will get you into the park’s haunted house

October 9-31st Fabulous Fox Ghost Tours

These guided tours will give you everything you want to know about the Fox Theatre’s history. St. Louis Paranormal Research Society will walk you through the theatre as you investigate “hot spots” and they explain all of the theatre’s haunted happenings.

October 30th Lemp Mansion Halloween Bash

Admission to the party will include appetizer buffets, an open bar, live music, and a costume contest with cash prizes.

September 24-October 30th Eureka Fear Farm

Enter if you dare. Get lost in Red’s corn maze massacre and ride on the haunted hayride this Halloween season in Eureka. The $25 ticket includes entry to both spooky experiences.

October 22-23rd Pumpkin Glow in Historic St. Charles

Hundreds of frightening pumpkins will light up the Historic Main Street St. Charles this weekend. Stores will be open and the Legends & Lanterns® characters will be providing ghost stories and frightening experiences.

October 22nd Halloween Festival in Manchester

This spooky festival will have fun for all ages. Hayrides, games, a costume contest, and candy can be expected this Friday in Manchester.

October 30th Carnevil at Ballpark Village

Ballpark Village’s 21+ Halloween party includes a drink package from 9 pm-12 am, entry to a costume contest with up to $10K in cash and prizes, and access to Bally Sports Live!, Shark Bar, Crown Room, PBR, & Sports & Social. While the general admission ticket does not include the drink package, there will be cash bars at each venue. Entertainment includes a live show from Moon & the Teenage Dirtbags and DJ Tony Patrico.

October 21st Boos and Brews at St. Louis Union Station

This 21+ event includes access to Union Station’s “Train or Treat” experience, a costume contest, and at least 6 different sampling stations from Anheuser-Busch.

October 30th South Grand Halloween Art Walk

For those looking for more of a chill time this spooky season, South Grand’s Halloween Art Walk might be the event for you. The art walk will be a great opportunity to support local artists as the event features 15 art exhibits of local artists. There will also be a $100 first prize Halloween costume contest for those who dress up, snacks, live music, and prizes.

By Violet Laski


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