Las Vegas always has tricks and treats to offer — and Halloween weekend is no exception. Whether you’re looking for some spooky haunts or a frighteningly fantastic affair, it’s going to be nothing short of a “Monster Mash” — a graveyard smash — in the Entertainment Capital of the World this Halloween!





The experiential art and entertainment complex has plenty of tricks and treats this Halloween! Celebrating 25 years of sexy soirees, the Fetish & Fantasy Halloween Ball returns with its signature lineup of unique performance acts, a roster of top-tier DJs, and some of the best costume eye candy you’ll ever feast your eyes on! The venue also boasts a performance by English DJ duo CamelPhat, and its regular lineup of otherworldly offerings. A Black Mirror episode just waiting to happen, Meow Wolf’s Omega Mart is where consumerism and creepy collide. Into sci-fi? Lost Spirits Distillery is a Jules Verne fantasy realized. Complete your night of thrills with a galactic ride on Haley’s Comet zipline, letting off some steam at the Dueling Axes throwing lounge, and a psychic journey of abstract geometry with Museum Fiasco’s immersive “Cluster” audiovisual installation.

Halloween at The Underground

Get into The Great Gatsby spirit this Halloween at The Mob Musem’s Underground speakeasy and distillery, where guests are immersed in a Roaring Twenties’ experience complete with craft cocktails and live entertainment. The Downtown lounge celebrates the All Hallows’ Eve holiday this year with live jazz, a 1920s-era costume contest, and playful Halloween-themed refreshments. So, ask the bartender for a Witch’s Brew or A Murder of Crows — after you supply the password at the door, of course. (Hint: It’s Heebie-Jeebies.)


On the Record  at Park MGM

Park MGM’s speakeasy club experience celebrates Halloween throughout the weekend, with a Haunted Decade Party—featuring a contest for best ’80 or ’90s costume—set for Wednesday, October 27th.

Gilley’s Saloon, Dance Hall & Bar-B-Que

The Treasure Island’s country western hot spot puts the “boo” in boot scootin’ with two country-fied Halloween parties, complete with live country music, costume contests and celebratory drink specials.


Tom Devlin's Monster Museum

If you’re searching for the perfect Halloween photo op experience, look no further! Fulfill your dreams of becoming a horror movie extra at the Museum of Monsters, where attendees can get up close and personal with the likes of Freddy Krueger from A Nightmare on Elm Street, Regan from The Exorcist and many more! Start practicing your very best frightened faces!


Escape Blair Witch

From the creators of The Official SAW Escape: Las Vegas, the world’s first immersive escape experience based on the Saw film franchise, Escape Blair Witch puts participants in an equally thrilling situation. Inspired by The Blair Witch Project, the 1999 supernatural horror flick that took box offices by storm, the new attraction drops participants into a middle-of-the-forest ranger’s station — and it’s up to them to escape the clutches of the sinister Blair Witch.


Freakling Bros.’ Gates of Hell

The haunts of Freakling Bros. Horror Shows have been terrifying Las Vegas for almost three decades. This Halloween, the local purveyors of fright add a new experience, The Men’s Room, to their award-winning Gates of Hell haunt. Nevada’s first and only R-rated haunted house attraction, Gates of Hell is just one among a trilogy of supreme scares. Coven of 13 and Castle Vampyre complete this year’s offerings, giving fright-seekers a dash of spooky spells and some blood-sucking surprises to round out their haunting experience.

Museum of Selfies

Looking to show off that costume to all your followers? Take some Gram-worthy pics at the Museum of Selfies, which boasts themed decorations and a new Halloween attraction starting in mid-October. Museum guests wearing costumes on Halloween receive a $5 discount on entry to the museum, located at The LINQ Promenade.


Potted Potter at Bally’s

Are you still waiting for your letter from Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry? Well, until that owl shows up with some prize postage, consider Potted Potter: The Unauthorized Harry Experience. This hilarious parody jams all the drama, suspense, magic and mayhem of the seven-book Harry Potter series into 70 minutes of knee-slapping theater that will have Gryffindors and Slytherins alike in stitches.


Virgin Hotels Las Vegas

The off-Strip hotel presents the Las Vegas stop of The Emo Night Tour. Rock out front and center at Virgin Hotels La Vegas’ Event Lawn, where attendees can dance the night away to tracks by alt/punk favorites like Taking Back Sunday and Fall Out Boy.


Zak Bagans’ The Haunted Museum

Looking for a bone-chilling thrill? Zak Bagans’ The Haunted Museum is filled with spooky artifacts that would even give Ed and Lorraine Warren (of The Conjuring fame) some serious nightmares. The final resting place for haunted items (like Bela Lugosi’s cursed mirror and the fake teeth of notorious cult leader Charles Manson), the museum adds creepy lighting and theatrics to give the curious the goosebumps they’ve been longing for.

Grand Canal Shoppes

Seeking a real thrill for Halloween? Solve puzzles, search for clues and break codes to escape PanIQ Escape Room and Lounge, where you can choose from themed rooms (including Zombie Outbreak and Wizard Trials) while sipping on Halloween-themed drinks. Nearby at the Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian Las Vegas is Sandbox VR, where participants can immerse themselves into spooky action adventures.


Madame Tussauds

Get some spooky selfies while taking a stroll through Madame Tussauds Las Vegas. Who doesn’t want a Halloween photo op with Queen Bey? Plus, the beloved attraction is offering a celebratory cocktail, Merlin’s Magic Potion, at its Hangover Bar.


Yelloween at Red Rock Resort

Veuve Clicquot’s “Yelloween” celebration takes place at the Summerlin resort’s Lucky Bar. Raise a glass of bubbly and enjoy a fun mix of entertainment including fortune telling, tarot card readings and more.


Fremont Street Experience

The Rock of Horror Halloweekend celebration at Fremont Street Experience, located under the Viva Vision canopy in downtown Las Vegas, features four nights of tricks and treats, from haunts and flash mobs to live entertainment and theatrical performances.





FREAQSHOW at Marquee Nightclub

Alan Walker, Afrojack, and DJ Pauly D will be taking over The Cosmopolitan’s Marquee Nightclub for a “FREAQSHOW” celebration throughout Halloween weekend at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. They’ll bring the noise, you’ll bring your very best costume look!


Temple of Zouk at Resorts World

It’s all just a bunch of “hocus pocus,” right? Well, witches aren’t the only ones who know how to “put a spell” on you with some trance-like beats. Resorts World’s newly minted Zouk Nightclub features international superstar Tiësto on the decks this All-Hallows’ Eve, with G-Eazy, DJ Snake and the Martinez Brothers also spinning spellbinding sounds throughout the celebratory weekend.


Lil Jon at Hakkasan Nightclub

Looking to “Get Low” on the dance floor this Halloween weekend? The Grammy Award-winning rapper and DJ brings his infectious energy to the nightclub inside MGM Grand Hotel and Casino for a Friday night Halloween celebration.

Kygo at XS Nightclub

One of the most in-demand DJs and producers, Kygo has spent the better part of the past few years on the top of the charts with songs like “It Ain’t Me” featuring Selena Gomez and “Lose Somebody” featuring OneRepublic. Experience his mad musical genius live this Halloween weekend, as he takes the tables at XS Nightclub at Encore Saturday night.


Haunted Harajuku at TAO Nightclub

The Venetian Las Vegas nightclub celebrates the spooky side of bold fashion trends this Halloween. Better yet, Brody Jenner of The Hills fame plays host for an evening and the nightspot will award a cash prize for the most terrifyingly tasteful costume.

Lil Wayne at Drai’s Nightclub

It’s going to be a Happy Hallo-Weezy at Drai’s, as GRAMMY-winning rapper Lil Wayne takes the mic for what’s sure to be an epic performance at The Cromwell’s rooftop nightclub. Chart-topper Jeezy also plays Drai’s throughout the weekend, which concludes on Halloween with sounds by resident DJ Franzen.

The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails

Sip on Prohibition-inspired cocktails at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas’ speakeasy-style bar this Halloween. In addition to the retro libations, The Barbershop also offers a lineup of live music throughout the weekend — and an opportunity to get a quick trim, of course!

Clique Bar & Lounge

Clique at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas keeps the party going all weekend with DJ sets, craft cocktails and a sexy costume contest. The important question is: What are you dressing up as this Halloween?




Beauty & Essex

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas’ lavish dining hideaway fronts as a pawn shop filled with mysterious and intriguing items — that’s the trick. What’s the treat, you ask? The Nightmare on Essex Tomahawk Special (served Oct. 29–31), a four-bone Berkshire pork rack served with winter root vegetables, butternut squash purée, smoked cranberry and port wine au jus.


The LINQ Promenade

Off The Strip Bistro & Bar is serving Halloween-themed cocktails for the spookiest time of year. Even Snow White would want a sip of the Poison Apple, a fruity blend of Apple Pucker, Captain Morgan, pineapple juice, Sprite and simple syrup dressed up with a red sugar rim. I LOVE SUGAR also offers themed libations with Halloween candy-inspired cocktails at its Candy Martini Bar, made with Jolly Rancher- and candy corn-infused spirits. And the authentic southern ‘cue isn’t the only thing that’s scary good at Virgil’s Real Barbecue this Halloween! Get festive with Virgil’s Bloody Bath Punch, a gallon-sized cocktail that serves up to six people!

Nightmare on Spring Mountain

The Sand Dollar Lounge, a Las Vegas landmark known for drawing musical icons like B.B. King and Mick Jagger, is putting on a costume of sorts itself. Throughout October the legendary bar and lounge will be transformed into “Nightmare on Spring Mountain,” a Halloween pop-up covering the space in themed lighting and décor. The lounge, minutes from the Strip on Spring Mountain Road, is also featuring special Halloween-inspired cocktails and special events throughout the month.


Cabo Wabo Cantina

Sammy Hagar’s Strip-side bar and restaurant at the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino is getting in the Halloween spirit with themed cocktails. Presented with dry ice and garnished with gummy worms and candy eyeballs, the Pocion de Bruja (or “The Witch’s Potion”) offers a fun presentation and some tasty treats. Or opt for the Black Widow, an indulgent tequila-based concoction with Cazodores Blanco, Godiva dark chocolate and both Kahlua and Tuaca liqueurs.


Sip on a Candy Corn Cocktail — a blend of whipped cream vodka, sweet and sour mix, pineapple juice and grenadine, topped with whipped cream and candy corn — while you’re surrounded by more than 90 tons of ice at Minus 5 Ice Bar Experience’s multiple locations.


1923 Prohibition Bar

The hideaway bourbon bar at Mandalay Bay Las Vegas fittingly celebrates Halloween with a bourbon-based cocktail. Get your tricks and treats with the BedKnobs and BroomSticks, a twist on the classic New York sour.


Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas

The lavish resort’s breathtaking SkyBar celebrates All Hallow’s Eve with a festive cocktail called the “Blind Eye.” A mix of vodka, Chambord, lychee liqueur and lemon juice, the spooky sipper is complete with a lychee and cherry garnish.



Fashion Show Las Vegas

The luxury shopping destination celebrates Halloween by bringing back its complimentary and family-friendly Trick or Chic walkthrough experience. The Strip-side mall also features a light show in its Great Hall choreographed to the smash Halloween hit “Monster Mash.”

The LINQ Promenade

There’s no tricks at Nectar Bath Treats! The shop’s Halloween-inspired bath-and-body sweets include cauldron-shaped bath bombs, crystal balls, Halloween-themed mini soaps and a candy crunch sugar body scrub. Treat yourself to some delicious skincare! Find Halloween-inspired socks and underwear at Socks & Bottoms. The specialty shop features items emblazoned with horror movie characters (think: Chucky, Freddy Krueger, etc.) and so much more.




The Little Vegas Chapel

Night of the Living Dead meets Night of the Living Wed at The Little Vegas Chapel, where a zombie Elvis officiant will bring couples together in spooky matrimony (Oct 25-Nov. 1). Brides and grooms can go all in with the chapel’s Halloween Package, which includes a black veil, dead flower bouquet and boutonniere, and a photo with a skeleton chauffeur in the chapel’s pink Cadillacs. It’s a Tim Burton nuptial fantasy.


So, no matter what your style of celebration, there’s something for every ghoul and goblin on Halloween in Las Vegas.