Find 2012 Halloween events and costume parties in the Atlanta area including family friendly events and adult parties with costume contests!
Looking for some scare-your-pants-off haunted houses in the Atlanta area? Check out some of Atlanta's best and scariest haunted houses. Most attractions are open throughout the entire month of October. Remember, most of these are not for the faint of heart, so leave the kids at home.
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The team behind Atlanta's favorite deal site, Scoutmob, is throwing a Halloween bash with an artsy twist at The Goat Farm in West Midtown. There will be food trucks, booze, performances by the likes of Ruby Velle & the Soulphonics and Cousin Dan, artists showing off their skills, a haunted house, costume contests and more. Tickets are $35 and include alcohol.
Atlanta's biggest annual Halloween party, Sprialween, is back at Park Tavern on Piedmont Park. This is a booze-laden fest with lots of creative and sexy costumes. The Breakfast Club will make sure the crowd is rockin' all night and there is a $1000 costume contest. Tickets start at $15 and prices increase as the event approaches, so buy early.
Halloween Pub CrawlMultiple dates the week of Halloween
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Dress up in your Halloween finery and head down to Midtown to kick off a Halloween Pub Crawl through one of Atlanta's best nightlife districts. Tickets are just a few bucks and bars in the area will offer drink specials to pub crawl participants. Why stay at one Halloween party when you can hop around town to a bunch of different bars with your friends?!
Gather at Center Stage for a zombie-lovin' good time. With live bands, hookahs, a bounce house, a costume contest, fortunetellers, and prom photos - this is a bash you won't soon forget.
Continuing their annual tradition, Eclipse di Luna will bring back Monster Bash. Last year more than 1500 people attended this adult Halloween party where the best costumes can win big with a $2,000 costume contest. There will be live Latin music, drink specials and more at this Dunwoody Halloween bash. The party starts at 8 p.m. and there is free admission until 10 p.m. ($10 cover late night).
Trick or treat at Fernbank with a one-day Halloween party that will include games, crafts, hands-on activities and special treats for kids in costumes. All activities are free with museum admission. BOO-seum activites take place on Saturday, October 28 - 29 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
For adults, the Martinis and Imax event on October 26 will feature a costume contest.
Little Five Points brings back its annual Halloween parade and festival. The parade, a yearly favorite, will take place on Saturday at 4 p.m. on Euclid and Moreland Avenues. Costumes are highly encouraged. There will be two stages with live music going on all afternoon and evening. This event gets crowded, but it's really a can't miss Halloween festival and one of the few outdoor, all-day Halloween celebrations in Atlanta.
Buckhead Creepy Crawl
Saturday, October 27
Head out on a bar crawl through Buckhead, with seven participating bars, five theme shots, and a slew of bands and DJs. Costume contests are happening for male, female, and group costumes. Participating bars include Park Bench, Churchill’s, Lost Dog, Dive Bar, 5 Paces, Hangovers, and Stagecoach. Get your tickets online.
Throughout October, Six Flags tranforms into a zombie theme park for this annual Halloween event. There are various levels of freaky, including creatures walking the park, live shows and more. While zombies will roam freely through the park,s ome activities - ike the spooky haunted houses - do require an additional fee.
There are also tamer activities in Bugs Bunny World for children.