Las Vegas Sun

January 19, 2018

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Halloween: Downtown Las Vegas happenings

Halloween is right around the corner. Check out this listing of events to find out the spooky happenings in your part of town.

OktoberFrightFest at Fremont Street Experience: Fremont Street Experience immerses itself in the season with Oktoberfest and Halloween events all month long, including Viva Vision light and sound shows themed to "Time Warp" and "Monster Mash" plus beer gardens featuring seasonal Oktoberfest food & drink specials and special concerts including Freakin' Magic — Horror Hospital starring Kevin James, Frank & The Steins and Alice and Ozzy's Frightmare.

Howling Halloween Carnival and Haunted Hallway: There are plenty of scary faces waiting to lurch out and scare you at the Howling Halloween Carnival and Haunted Hallway at Doolittle Community Center.

The 2nd Annual Great Pumpkin Run: Pick out a spooktacular costume, strap on your running shoes and head over to the Easter Seals Southern Nevada's 2nd Annual Great Pumpkin Run. The Great Pumpkin Run takes runners, dressed in a variety of costumes, on a 5K jaunt through Woodlawn Cemetery and Bunkers Edenvale Cemetery to a spooky Halloween after party complete with food, drinks and entertainment. There will also be a one-mile walk option as well. Register soon as the prices go up closer to the day of the event.

East Las Vegas Safe HalloweenFest: Join the East Las Vegas Community/Senior Center for its annual spooky Safe HalloweenFest where there will be trick-or-treat booths, carnival games, and Monster Mash dance contests. Make sure you dress in costume and join us for the costume parade with prizes.

Las Vegas Weekly presents The Las Vegas Halloween Parade: On Halloween night, line up at Hoover and 4th Street by 6 p.m. The parade will kick off at 7 p.m., heading north to Ogden Street. Anyone in costume can participate.

Harvest Festival: The River and the Champion Center Las Vegas present a free harvest festival complete with candy, games and bounce houses will provide a fun, free and safe way to celebrate Halloween at Mountain View Christian School.

For a complete guide to Halloween events around the valley, visit the Sun's 2010 Halloween guide.

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