Scroll to the end of the list for links to each event.
Campfire: Hilarious Ghost Tales from Audience Stories
Campfire has been an audience favorite for over a decade and is brought to you by Unexpected Productions’ resident narrative improv troupe, Improv Anonymous.
OCT 4-Nov. 16
Unexpected Productions: 1428 Post Alley at the Gum Wall in Pike Place Market
Carleton Farm Frights
Zombie Paintball, Haunted Swamp, TERROR in Lake Stevens!
Through October 31
630 Sunnyside Blve SE, Lake Stevens, WA 98258
Into the Basement: An Immersive Horror Experience
If you like big and scary puzzles, consider exploring actual subterranean ruins in Seattle’s underground labyrinth, “armed with only a flashlight, headphones, and a single clue.”
Through October 31
J&M Cafe 201 First Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104
BenDeLaCreme: Beware the Terror of Gaylord Manor
From the Stranger: Someone got wise and gave BenDeLaCreme a Halloween show. The fact that that someone is ACT Theatre, a company not exactly known for big drag blowouts, is suspicious, but for BenDeLaCreme I’m willing to suspend my disbelief. This horrific tale begins—where else—at Gaylord Manor, where a team of “paranormal researchers” have found themselves on this fateful night. Soon they’re beset by “vampire vixens, well-built werewolves, mischievous mummies and witches that WERK,” and it only gets more fabulously frightening from there.
ACT Theatre 700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101
The Bowie Ball with BowieVision
David Bowie tribute Halloween party at the Crocodile, complete with light show.
Bowie Karaoke and prefunk make-overs in the back bar.
The Crocodile 2200 Second Ave, Seattle, WA 98121
Campout Cinema: The Dark Crystal
$16 $12 (members) Includes admission to The Jim Henson Exhibition: Imagination Unlimited , fan film screenings, and a pre-screening talk and book signing with Cheryl Henson (Henson Foundation President, and Jim and Jane’s daughter) and James Pendleton (fan filmmaker of “Gitch and the Sky Stone”).
October 13, 2017 | 7:00pm | doors 6:00pm
Sky Church –MoPOP 325 5th Avenue N Seattle, WA 98109
This is Halloween
Can Can’s creepy yet cheery musical is back! Last year, Rich Smith wrote: “It’s Tim Burton’s classic The Nightmare Before Christmas repackaged as a semi-scandalous spectacle for the masses. The audience eats chicken skewers and knocks back $10 cocktails while they watch Tim Keller as Jack ‘the Pumpkin King’ Skellington sing and dance, cabaret-style, along with Luminous Pariah, Paris Original, Marissa Quimby, and Baby Kate, while a ghoulish orchestra pumps out the show’s signature tunes. Despite the glitzy and consumerist exterior, the crew manages to smuggle a complicated cabaret about the horror of fixed identities into the unpretentious space of the Triple Door.”
Triple Door 216 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101
Seattle Chocolate Haunted Factory Tour
“The Seattle Chocolate Haunted Factory Tour will offer visitors an immersive chocolate experience with thrills and chills for the whole family. By day, the Seattle Chocolate factory bustles with activity, crafting thousands of delectable treats. At night, when the workers leave and the lights go dark, strange spirits materialize––inviting families to walk the factory’s shadowy path and discover secrets about chocolate’s mysteries.” (Promo Copy)
Seattle Chocolates 1180 Andover Park W, Tukwila, WA 98188
The Haunted Woods
Walk through Buckley’s haunted woods in the dark, or opt for the less-scary Flashlight Maze.
Through October 21
Maris Farms 25001 Sumner Buckley Hwy, Buckley, WA 98321
Monster Mash Halloween Party
Spend your Halloween at the Musicquarium as DJs spin classic spooky cuts and Brian DiJulio and the Love Jacks play some live music in the midst of a costume contest, with a bevy of drink specials.
Triple Door Musicquarium 216 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101
Kiddos can have their costumes fully appreciated in a well-lit, indoor trick-or-treating space. Check out the museum’s “Creepy Crawler Career Day” booths from 4-7 pm, then dance to a Monster Mash Disco from 7-8 pm.
Seattle Children’s Museum : 305 Harrison St. Seattle WA
Listen to the swooshing of the wind on rollercoasters in the dark, check out two haunted houses, walk down a creepy trail through the woods, and make scary arts and crafts at Fright Fest.
Through October 29
Wild Waves Theme Park 36201 Enchanted Parkway S. Federal Way 98003
In this variety show and bingo mystery, “numbers come to you by unusual means and your deciphering skills may bring you an early win.” Costumes are welcome, and “exceptional” costumes will be rewarded.
Hale’s Ales Brewery & Pub – Palladium 4301 Leary Way NW Seattle, WA 98107
Want to grope through a pitch-black maze with a bloody clown screaming in your ear, but most likely emerge with all your important bits still attached? Cheesy as it looks, Georgetown Morgue has scared a lot of people. Not recommended for claustrophobes.
September 22- November 4