8 Halloween Events We Can Still Get You Tickets For This Weekend

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Still trying to plan your Halloween? We can help. If you can only make it to one party this weekend, don’t miss the 4-course dinner and horror entertainment at Payne Mansion tonight — zombies, organists and fine dining? We’re in. If that’s a little over your budget, The Mad Hatter’s Ball is our top choice for casual entertainment. With local and international DJs, you’re sure to be dancing all night long.



Halloween Masquerade Ball

What: An upscale masquerade ball

Where: JW Marriott (Union Square)

When: 8pm Friday night

The Details: Break out your tuxedos, cocktail dresses and venetian masks for “an alluring night of glamour and celebration.” Sip classy cocktails in the classiest part of town. Need a ticket or not sure where to get a mask? Ask your Scout to grab some for you. ($55)


Halloween Dinner

What: 4-course Halloween themed dinner in a haunted house

Where: Payne Mansion (Lower Pacific Heights)

When: 6pm Friday night, 6pm or 9pm Saturday

The Details: Head to this 134-year-old hotel for a “pop up dinner meets haunted house” event. Zombies will serve you lobotomy cocktails and venus fly trap wraps, while eerie violinists and creepy organists create the soundtrack for the night. ($125)


Mad Hatter’s Ball

What: Dance party

Where: 1015 Folsom (SoMa)

When: 10pm Friday

The Details: Folsom 1015 is a go-to spot for dancing, and this event will have local and international DJs playing all night. There will also be a costume contest (with prizes!), drink specials and spooky decor. ($40)

Screaming Queens

What: LGBT Horror-themed plays

Where: Phoenix Theater (Union Square)

When: 8pm Friday and Saturday nights

The Details: A couple discovers their new home is haunted, a brain-eating technology takes over the earth and a drag queen takes drastic measures for a pair of magic heels. All this and more at Left Coast Theater Company’s presentation of LGBT horror-themed plays. ($20)

Fear Overload Scream Park

What: Haunted house and live horror entertainment

Where: Bayfair Center (San Leandro)

When: 7pm-12am Friday and Saturday nights

The Details: This scream park is NOT for the faint of heart. Rated California’s number one most terrifying haunted house, Fear Overload warns “If you’re easily scared, don’t bother showing up.” If you do bother to show up, don’t say we didn’t warn you…




Titanic Masquerade Party

What: Masquerade party on a yacht

Where: Leaves from Pier 40

When: 7:30pm Saturday

The Details: You’ll be sailing on a replica of the Titanic, only dryer and much more luxurious. During this four-hour cruise around the bay, you’ll be treated to spooks from former Titanic passengers risen from the dead, as well as gorgeous views of the sparkling city skyline ($175).


Haunted Hotel

What: 3-story party

Where: W Hotel (Financial District)

When: 9pm Saturday

The Details: Five DJ’s are taking over three stories of the W Hotel for a “sinister chic” party. Each floor will have a different style of music, so it’ll be impossible for you to get bored. ($70)


Haunted Treasure Island

What: Dance party

Where: Treasure Island Event Venue (Treasure Island)

When: 8pm Saturday

The Details: Treasure Island may as well be a ghost town at night, which is what makes it so perfect for this massive Halloween bash. With 6 stages and over 40 performers, this party is sure to have music that everyone in your group can groove to. ($40)

Need tickets for any of these or want a few more suggestions for Halloween activities? Ask your Scout! It’s what we’re here for.

Photos by: Flood G., C-Lemon, J.J Look, Michael B., Dax Dover, Mark Sebastian, Time Out
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