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Halloween 2019

Halloween for adults is still all about the sugar. We've just traded in the mini Kit Kats for sweet shots and plenty of eye candy. And it just wouldn't be Vegas without the chance to win some money. All over the Las Vegas Strip, clubs and casinos hold costume contests doling out more money than you could stuff into a little plastic jack-o-lantern. We don’t care if your costume is tasteful or trashy, a cartoon character or kinky clubwear, as long as you’ve come to party. In this town, you’re sure to find a treat. We’ll just leave the tricks up to your imagination.

Halloween 2019 Shows

Absinthe Absinthe is a thrilling showcase of world-class artists performing amazing feats of strength.
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Michael Jackson ONE by Cirque du Soleil This show brings alive Jackson's creative genius in a new adventure.
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The Beatles LOVE
The Beatles LOVE by Cirque du Soleil A celebration of love and The Beatles
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O by Cirque du Soleil This is an whimsical show that transports you into a fantastical world of wonderment.
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KA Cirque du Soleil
KÀ By Cirque Du Soleil “KÀ,” is for the action-loving show goers that can appreciate an age-old story of good versus evil.
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Zombie Burlesque
Zombie Burlesque Enjoy a frightfully sexy evening with the undead of Zombie Burlesque.
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Xavier Mortimer
Xavier Mortimer's Magical Dream Enter Xavier's magical dream and see what you find.
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WOW
WOW - The Vegas Spectacular Enter the world of wonder.
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Frederic Da Silva
Paranormal Mind Reading Magic The power of the mind takes the stage.
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Marriage Can Be Murder A fun, interactive comedy and murder mystery dinner show that's a bloody good time.
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Tape Face
Tape Face America's Got Talent favorite, Tape Face, is in Vegas to make you laugh without saying a word.
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Evil Dead the Musical
Evil Dead The Musical HD Elements from the classic cult horror films combined into one night of hilarious comedy.
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Halloween 2019 Attractions

Exotics Racing
Exotics Racing Pedal to the metal.
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Zak Bagans' Haunted Museum
Zak Bagans' Haunted Museum Head through 30 rooms of horror at Zak Bagans' Haunted Museum.
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Death Valley tour
Death Valley Tour Travel through the magnificent Mojave Desert and visit Death Valley
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Real Bodies
Real Bodies at Bally's Discover the inner workings of your body.
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Blackout Dining In The Dark
Blackout Dining In The Dark Test your five senses, and fill your belly, at BLACKOUT Dining In The Dark!
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Haunted Vegas Tour and Ghost Hunt
Haunted Vegas Tour and Ghost Hunt Experience a paranormal adventure through the haunted side of Vegas.
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Other Halloween Parties & Events

BODIES… The Exhibition at Luxor
Who needs Vampires and ghosts when you can see something even creepier, up-close-and-personal? Naturally, we’re talking about the human body. And BODIES… The Exhibition at Luxor has real human bodies in abundance -more than 275 to be exact. See spleens, femurs and clavicles, no CGI or special Hollywood effects necessary. And if you’re really lookin’ to be freaked out, the exhibition has 13 whole-body specimens for you to exam. Party on, Wayne.

Hakkasan Nightclub inside MGM Grand Las Vegas
As if Vegas needed an excuse to party. But because it’s Halloween, Hakkasan inside MGM Grand Las Vegas is doing its best Monster Mash impersonation by bringing O.T. Genasis to the nightclub on Sunday, October 27th and world-renowned super DJ sensation, Calivn Harris on Thursday, October 31st. Come dressed in your best costumes, because like we said, these are Halloween parties! And have you seen the club’s newest addition? The kinetic light art installation is the largest of its kind in the U.S. Trust us, even Frankenstein wouldn’t want to miss seeing this thing levitate above the dance floor.

Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition
It really is a tragedy what happened to the Titanic that night in 1912. But as they say, the Titanic’s loss was Halloween’s gain. With over 250 artifacts recovered from the famous ship, this is better than any “haunted” house that’ll undoubtedly pop up in your neck of the woods. A worthy visit for ghost hunters and historians alike, Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition even recreates some of the ship’s most famous rooms. Important reminder: there is no life jacket needed while visiting this attraction.

Crazy Horse III
Worrying about heaven or hell is an issue best left for the afterlife. Until then, have a bit of both at Crazy Horse III’s “Bad Ghouls” bash. Starting at 10 P.M.  on Thursday, October 31st, you’ll be able to shake your groove thang into the wee hours of the night. And if you’re looking to level-up your experience, go ahead and bust out them dolla, dolla bills. And if you really want to be a big baller, take advantage of the club’s complimentary limo service. Just be sure to set it up in advance, as it is a popular amenity.


Freak the Beat Music Festival 
It’s the one time of year where you can let your freak flag fly and no one will judge you for it. Freak the Beat Music Festival is making its debut, and its already one festival you don’t want to miss. With Vegas favorites like Mike Xavier and 143 Tommy, this Day of the Dead-themed event is the perfect place to dress up and rock out. This is the holiday party everyone’s been talking about, starting at 4 p.m. and going until 1 a.m. on Saturday, October 26 at The Bunkhouse Saloon. When you’re not enjoying music on the main stage, you can grab a drink at the Casamigos speakeasy or dance the night away at Zappos’ silent disco. Whatever you choose, make sure you dress up in your best Halloween costume for your chance to win $3,000 in the costume contest. This music festival is like coming home with a pillowcase full of your favorite candy. It’s time to have a spooktacular time at Freak the Beat Music Festival in Downtown Las Vegas.

Freakling Bros The Trilogy of Terror
Are you the person in your group of friends that doesn’t get scared in haunted houses? Well try this on for size, Freakling Bros are giving you three times the scary. You even have to sign a consent form for one-if you have to sign a form you know it has to be scary. Located at the Grand Canyon Shopping Center, it isn’t too far from the Strip or for locals around town. It is open from 7 p.m. to midnight on Fridays and Saturdays, and from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday – Thursday. Tickets range from $15 - $40, depending on how scared you want to get.