Boston Halloween Events

Halloween is one of my favorite times of year – not sure if it is the chill in the air, seeing curious and adorable kids in costume, or the excessive amounts of candy – it’s such a festive and fun evening. This year, Halloween is bound to be even more fun thanks to it being on a Friday. There are many events popping up around town, but here are a few that caught our eye:

Out of this World. Channel your galactic self at WeWork’s Halloween party. Put on your favorite out-of-this-world outfit and shuffle right over to the open bar.

Halloween for Hope. Food and drink, DJ and dancing. The Ellie Fund knows how to throw a fun party – and spread good in the process.

FEAR at Revere. On Friday evening, celebrate Halloween at the Revere Hotel’s Space 57, a 7,000 square foot venue! From freakish performers to a LED light show, party-goers will be in for a treat. Prizes to win for those dressed up in their Halloween best.

Nightmare in Union Square. Brass Union will set the stage for a spooky night in Union Square. Dance party and costume contest! Plus, festive cocktails like the Pennywise – a concoction of aged rum, muddled fresh cranberries, and apple cider. Yum!

Drive-In Horror. There’s something eerie about drive-in theaters, especially this time of year. This Halloween weekend, visit the Mendon Twin Drive-In for showings of Halloween classics like Texas Chain Saw Massacre and Saw. The drive-in’s beer garden has been transformed into a pumpkin patch, where they will be serving apple cider donuts, candy, hard cider, and an assortment of pumpkin beers.

Back from the Dead. Zombies are alive and well this Halloween! The Beehive is throwing their annual Zombie Prom on Thursday, October 30. Costume contest and live music from 80’s cover band, SAFETY.

Room to Grow. Join Room to Grow for a Halloween fundraiser this Thursday, October 30 at Dillon’s in the Back Bay. Support Room to Grow’s mission to enrich the lives of babies born into poverty throughout their critical first three years of development and enjoy Halloween while you are at it.

Image credit: Laura Chassaigne

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