Halloween in Las Vegas – Top 10 Las Vegas Halloween Events (2019)

Are you looking for the best things to do for Halloween in Las Vegas in 2019? We’ve compiled a list of our top 10 Halloween Events in Las Vegas.

Do you pick TRICK or TREAT? Las Vegas has something for everyone, so we’ve selected everything from family-friendly Halloween events to the sexiest adults-only Halloween party.

Halloween in Las Vegas: Top 10 Things to Do

10. Gilcrease OrchardGilcrease Orchard

Bring the family to enjoy a pumpkin patch, hay rides, hay maze, and snacks including apple cider, caramel apples, kettle corn, and apple cider donuts.

The Gilcrease Orchard is open on Tuesday’s, Thursday’s, Saturday’s and Sunday’s from 7:00 am until 2 pm.


HalloVEen at Opportunity Village9. HallOVeen at Opportunity Village

Opportunity Village is a not-for-profit organization that helps Southern Nevada adults living with intellectual and related disabilities. 

The Magical Forrest transforms for Halloween. Stroll through a cemetery filled with jack-o-lanterns, listen to a story read by an animatronic skeleton, enjoy an enchanted train or haunted carousel ride. Nightly entertainment, carnival games, and tons of treats and goodies.

The family-friendly festivities commence Friday, October 11 through Sunday, October 13, and resume Friday, October 18 through Thursday, October 31, Halloween night.


8. Springs Preserve Haunted Harvest

This family friendly event features themed trick-or-treat stations to visit throughout the “Bootanical” Garden, mystical craft activities and carnival games, an enchanted hay maze, live entertainment, a spooky train ride, food vendors, a petting zoo, and much more.

  • Catch live entertainment nightly:
    • Dead Man’s Chest: A Show of Halloween Legend & Lore performed by Take the Stage Las Vegas
    • The Wizards Academy of Music Presents: Magical Musical Adventure and Dance Magic: Interactive Dance Party performed by Huntsman Entertainment
    • Spell Off! performed by Celebrate Kids
  • Willow the Harvest Fairy will be springing up around the Preserve — when you catch her, be sure to post your photo with her on Instagram and tag @SpringsPreserve for a chance to win a prize.
  • Don’t miss the Boo Town Train! Tickets ($3 members, $5 non-members) are available onsite, with 11 departures each night. These train rides sell out fast — be sure to get your tickets as soon as you arrive!

Share the holiday spirit with the entire family at Springs Preserve with carnival games, live entertainment and a petting zoo among the Halloween activities. The Haunted Harvest is accessible for tricksters of all ages. This year’s 2019 edition runs Oct. 11-13, 18-20, 25-27, 5 p.m.-9 p.m.


7. The LINQ:

Linq Halloween

Halloween at the Linq if FUN and FREE! Bring your kids or enjoy an adults only night (plenty of bars in the Linq!). The outdoor promenade and High Roller observation wheel will be decked out with a Halloween theme in the days surrounding the holiday. Expect street performers, decorations and specials at participating bars and restaurants

. October 25-31: Witching Hour Stage Show Nightly at 8, 9, 10 & 11PM

October 26: TRIQ or TREAT 3-7PM | Family Fun for all ages with over 40 candy-stops!

November 1: Day of the Dead Art BLOQ: Noon-11PM | Vegas Live! On the Fountain Stage 8 – 11 PM 


Tim Burton Exhibit6. Tim Burton at the Neon Museum

Starting October 15, the Neon Museum will host a special Tim Burton Exhibit. Tim Burton hasn’t hosted an exhibition of his orignal work in nearly 10 years. Many of these sculptures are new and designed with the Boneyard in mind.


5. The Fremont Street Experience: “Rock of Horror”

Halloween in Las Vegas isn’t complete without a trip downtown. The Freemont Street Experience transforms for the month of October. Enjoy nightly live bands, the “Wicked Dreams” Production Show, roaming performers, Halloween themed Viva Vision shows, and more. Costumes encouraged and a costume contest will commence on October 31 at 10:00 pm.


4. Scare at Town SquareScare at Town Square

Scare at Town Square is an entirely new “choose your own adventure” immersive experience. Four destinations range from selfie sets, a haunted maze,  phobia room, a horror film escape experience, live entertainment, and a speakeasy serving custom cocktails.

Scare at Town Square will be open daily starting at 7 p.m. from Wednesday, Oct. 2 through Sunday, Nov. 10. 

General admission tickets start at $35. All-access VIP, 40-day passes are available for $125. Ages 13+ recommended.


Freakling Brothers3. Haunted House: Freakling Bros “The Trilogy of Terror”

If you love to be scared, don’t miss the Freaking Brother’s “Trilogy of Terror,” which features 3 haunted houses. These haunted houses consistently rank a Las Vegas’ scariest haunted house. In fact, USA Today ranked it the scariest Haunt in the USA! Feeling really brave? Try “Gates of Hell,” which is R rated and requires a consent form.


Las Vegas Nightclub Halloween

2. Best Nightlclubs for Halloween in Las Vegas

If you’re more the party and nightlife type, Halloween in Vegas won’t be complete without a trip to a world class nightclubs. Kaos, Omnia, Marquee and other top nightclubs will be going strong all week long 

with big-name headliners. Come dressed in your best. Most clubs will be holding costume contests with large cash prizes at stake.

Fetish and Fantasy Fest1. Fetish and Fantasy Halloween Ball

If you’re in search of the “sexiest place on Earth,” the Fetish and Fantasy Ball at the Hard Rock always delivers. Going 23 years strong, this Halloween extravaganza features performers, drinks and endless wild outfits on Saturday, October 26. Maxim Magazine once dubbed the party “one of five events to attend before you die.”


Enjoy your Halloween in Las Vegas!

We know one thing for sure, Las Vegas loves Halloween. No matter what you choose, you’re bound to have a good time. Have you gone to any of these events? What’s your favorite thing to do for Halloween in Vegas? Let us know in the comments below!

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