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Tucson Halloween Events
What to do this Halloween?
Besides the traditional trick-or-treat, Tucson celebrates Halloween entertainment with numerous community activities and special Halloween events. There are several haunted houses this year, but, the only entire town that is haunted is at the Old Tucson Studios during its Nightfall 2017 event. The famed Slaughterhouse is open all month long. Hotel Congress has magical events all month long as well.
Below are the most popular Halloween parties, entertainment and special events throughout October. If you have a Halloween event, concert, party or celebration, email your listing to [email protected].
Halloween events in Tucson
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Halloween Events All Month
- Hotel Congress Halloweek. Enjoy spine-chilling days devoted to Halloween– Voodoo & Black Magic, Nightmare on Congress, and the annual famous Halloween Party.
- Old Tucson's Nightfall runs Thursdays and Sundays at 6-10:00pm and on Saturdays from 6:00pm to midnight through October 31st. Cost is $26 for ages 12 and over, $21 for ages 9-11 and children 8 years old and under are free.
- Night of the Living Dead Composers An unexpected concert for Halloween. Arizona Chamber of Music, doors open 6pm. with Chloe Trevor, violin and Jonathan Tsay, piano.
- The Tucson SlaughterHouse is open through Halloween, with a huge turnout, and will be open every Thursday through Sunday in October, where the clowns, zombies, and other freaks are waiting. This year, the venue underwent another extensive remodel throughout 50% of the haunts as well as a totally new and top of the line weapon system running upstairs in the Apocalypse. Its 5 world-class haunts under one roof at 1102 W Grant Rd. at the old Farmer John's Meat Packing plant. 7:00pm to 10:00 pm every night in October.
October 15, 2017
- The Great Pumpkin Race – Buckelew Farms. Course is a flat, traditional cross-country course along dirt roads with a finish through the haunted corn maze, for runners of all abilities, from those competing in their first 5K, to those looking for a PR, prizes, pumpkin carving and kid’s face painting during the day. $15-20. 7:30 am.
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Even with the heat, there are many things happening in Tucson and many places to go that can provide great relief from the weather. Check today's Tucson event calendar for daily activities.
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