1. Freakling Bros: Gates of Hell
Ranking at #6 on E! Online’s The 7 Craziest, Scariest, Most Extreme Haunted Attractions in America, Freakling Bros: Gates of Hell is one rated R haunted attraction you won’t want to miss. “Still the ONE and ONLY R-Rated HAUNTED HOUSE in the State of Nevada, don’t miss what everyone is talking about: a look at “The darker side of Freakling Bros.” The Gates of Hell is a sadistic experiment in absolute sensory overload. You won’t be a spectator. Prepare for heart pounding, claustrophobic terror; face the reality of your own violent death…… and finally experience a slow and painful descent into cold, black nothingness to meet the Prince of Darkness himself.”
Located at 4245 S. Grand Canyon Dr Las Vegas, NV 89147 Hours and ticket admission prices can be found on Freakling Bros website: FreaklingBros.com
2. Haunted Harvest
This family-friendly event at Springs Preserve features a haunted maze, carnival games, trick or treat stations, petting zoo and more. It runs Oct. 16-18, 23-25 and Oct. 30-31 from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. Admission is $6. Children age 2 and under get in for free. For an additional $3 for members and $5 for non-members, guests can take a “haunted” train ride. Tickets can be purchased online at the Haunted Harvest Springs Preserve website.
3. Hit the clubs for Halloween. Here are some options of whats going on where this Halloween.
- Omnia at Caesars Palace – Calvin Harris with Generik
- Hakkasan at MGM Grand – Hardwell with Kill the Buzz
- Moon Nightclub at the Palms – Heaven and Hell on the Moon Halloween Bash with Mike Fusion and DJ Kash
- Foxtail Nightclub at SLS – Gareth Emery
- LiFE Nightclub at SLS – Lil Wayne presents Halloweezy
- Hyde Bellagio – Special performance by Omarion
- Ghostbar Dayclub and Ghostbar – Day and Night of the Killer Costumes
- Surrender at Encore – Lil Jon
- Tao at Venetian – Performer TBA
- Drai’s at The Cromwell – Thriller with Chris Brown
- The Sayers Club – Zombie Prom featuring the Fabulous Sin City Roller Girls
- Rain Nightclub at the Palms – Brazzer’s Naughty Fairy Tale hosted by Nikki Benz, Jayden Jaymes and Tori Black
Held on Freemont Street Las Vegas, OktoberFRIGHTFest is an event that combines Oktoberfest and Halloween giving guests a one of a kind experience. The festival showcases free productions of original shows such as Vampire Rising and Frank & the Steins. While these shows play for the Halloween aspect, craft brewers supply the Oktoberfest part of the festival, with many beer samples and live entertainment OktoberFRIGHTFest is one unforgettable event.
5. Via Brasil Halloween Ball
Via Brasil in Summerlin, Las Vegas, is hosting a Halloween Ball with DJ’s, dancing, costumes, live performances and great food and drinks. This will be Via Brasil’s second annual Halloween Ball and it starts at 7pm October 31st. Guests should dress up for a chance to win the restaurant’s costume contest. Happy hour pricing will be available at the bar and patio. Dinner will be served as normal–but expect to see your meat runner dressed up! Via Brasil Steakhouse is located at 1225 S Fort Apache Rd.
Fright Dome is a great place to spend your time in October! It’s open from October 2nd to the 31st. With 250,000 square feet, 6 Haunted Houses, 4 Scare Zones, 25 Rides and Attractions, Live Shows Nightly, this is the place to be. Location: Circus Circus you can get discount coupons from Del Taco, La Bonita Supermarket, Rebel, Denny’s, Vons, and Albertsons. General Admission Tickets start at $35.95 on select nights, VIP Fast Pass starts at $55.95 were you get to skip the regular haunted house lines with your fast pass, and the VIP Private Tour is $89.95 where you can enjoy instant access to haunted houses and rides. Call (702) 794-3912 to book your tour today, VIP tour
quantities are limited.
Opportunity Village’s 3rd annual HallOVeen will turn the Magical Forest into a spooky land of goblins and ghosts. This child friendly event will feature rides and attractions including The Haunted Adventure by Santino and Rocco Panaro, a spooktacular Forest Express Passenger Train, Cheyenne’s Enchanted Carousel and Boris the Elf’s 3D Experience. Guests will enjoy nightly parades, crafts, spooky movies, story telling, “Scary-oke”, the Candy Cabin and special entertainment in the Haunted Castle Courtyard. Each night will feature a different theme with nightly costume contests and prizes awarded to winners.
HallOVeen debuts Oct. 9 and will be open every Friday-Sunday night throughout the month of Oct. During the last week of the month, HallOVeen will be open nightly through Nov. 1, which will feature a “Day of the Dead” theme for the final evening. HallOveen hours are Fridays-Saturdays 5:30-10 p.m., Sundays 5:30-9 p.m. and Oct. 26-29 5:30-9 p.m. General admission pricing is $11.99 for adults and $9.99 for children. Opportunity Village is located at 6300 W. Oakey Blvd.