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On and off the Strip, there are many entertaining and spooky events to choose from this Halloween

Many of the major resorts and casinos in Las Vegas are throwing special events in celebration of Halloween.

Where else would you rather be on Halloween than in Las Vegas? The renowned Strip is full of ghosts, goblins, and a wide variety of interesting costumes. On the strip or off, All Hallows Eve 2014 has something for everyone.

There are numerous parties all over town, many of which are for adults only. Taking the top spot would be the Fetish & Fantasy Ball at the Hard Rock Resort. Over at the Palms Casino & Resort, you can attend the Night of the Killer Costumes, and the Haunted Hotel Ball at Mandalay Bay. For the chance to win some big bucks, create an original costume and enter contests at most of Las Vegas’ legendary night clubs.

Off the strip, there are many haunted houses that can be frightfully fun. The Asylum in the downtown district of Las Vegas has been in operation for 14 years. Bloody English, at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino’s Body English club, always provides a spooky and fun experience.

It’s not all just about adult only activities on this scary night — there are plenty of family-friendly events as well, which are suitable for kids of all ages: The Las Vegas Halloween Parade marches along Freemont Street downtown; the Springs Preserve in the center of town features an annual Haunted Harvest where guests can enjoy a petting zoo, carnival games, a haunted house, and trick-or-treat stations. Las Vegas even has a haunted reef for all to enjoy, when Shark Reef at the Mandalay Bay transforms into a swimmingly scary time.

Sammy’s Woodfired Pizza will host the 5th Annual Safe Halloween Hunt, offering families a safe trick-or-treating destination at the Montecito Marketplace in Centennial Hills. Ghosts and goblins can embark on a spook-tacular adventure with the Halloween Treasure Hunt Map to help them gather all their goodies featuring a special secret treat from Sammy’s.

Las Vegas is known for many things all over the world, and you can certainly consider Halloween one of the best times to visit.


How To Celebrate Halloween In Las Vegas

As October 31 approaches, you’re probably trying to plan the best way to celebrate Halloween. But rather than go to the same old costume party or, worse, stay at home handing out bags of candy corn to the neighborhood trick-or-treaters, make this a Halloween to remember by spending it in Las Vegas. During this time, the city gears up for ghosts, goblins and goodies galore. And since our Forbes Travel Guide editors know what it’s like to prepare for All Hallows’ Eve in Sin City, we’ve put together a list of everything from the best spooky parades to where to go to pick up eerie confections (the chocolate skulls from Jean Philippe Patisserie at Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Bellagio and Four-Star ARIA Resort & Casino).

Tryst, photo courtesy Barbara Kraft

Battle it out for $20,000 in cash and prizes during Tryst’s superhero contest on Oct. 31. At this heroes vs. villains bash, partygoers will jam out to beats by DJ Konflikt in the 12,000-square-foot hot spot inside Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Wynn Las Vegas. Oct. 31, 10 p.m., Tryst, $22.60-$33.90.

Nights of the Killer Costume

Palms Casino Resort celebrates with three killer days. The fun began on Oct. 26 at GBDC at Ghostbar with the “Back 2 the Future” costume party and continued with the “Thriller” All Styles B-Boy Dance Battle at The View and a sexy costume contest at Moon Nightclub. But on Halloween, head to Ghostbar to cap off the holiday with its zombie prom costume contest. If you and your date have the best zombie couples costume, you’ll snag $7,500. The second-place spine-chilling twosome will receive $2,500. Oct. 31, 10:30 p.m., Ghostbar, $20.

XS, photo courtesy Barbara Kraft

Halloween Masquerade and Halloween Night

On Oct. 31, put on your most decorated mask and head to Surrender at Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Encore at Wynn Las Vegas. The popular nightclub will serve as headquarters to electronic music DJ Bassnectar, who is expected to keep guests on their feet all night long. And while you’re at Encore, get in that never-ending line at XS to hear electronic dance music master Kaskade pump out tunes into the Sin City atmosphere. Halloween Masquerade: Oct. 31, 10:30 p.m., Surrender, $26.30-$37.80 Halloween Night: Oct. 31, 10 p.m., XS, $22.60-$33.90.

Las Vegas Halloween Parade

Take to the streets—East Fremont and 13th streets, that is—on Oct. 31 for downtown’s Las Vegas Halloween Parade. Demons, witches, clowns and more will gather at 6 p.m. for the foolery (the parade will begin at 7 p.m. sharp). With everyone welcomed to walk or crawl, kids (up to 10 years of age) should try their rattle at the best baby costume contest. Other trophy-winning competitions include the best-illuminated costume, best group costume, best float/art car and most outrageous costume (aka the Dr. Gooey Award). Oct. 31, 7 p.m., East Fremont Street (between 13th and Seventh streets), free.

Commonwealth, photo courtesy Commonwealth

Monster Mash Prom

Put your best zombie face forward when you head downtown to Commonwealth on Oct. 30 for its 1960s Monster Mash Prom. Roaming the graveyard smash at the popular speakeasy will be the likes of Frankenstein, Count Dracula and the Wolfman. While there, tear into tasty cocktails such as the Monk’s Holiday (a mixture of Fernet Branca, Yellow Chartreuse, simple syrup, lime juice and Stoli vodka) or Gone ’til November (a blend of egg whites, lemon juice, honey syrup, St. Elizabeth Allspice Dram and Stoli peach vodka). The following day, right after the Las Vegas Halloween Parade, night owls are encouraged to “come as they aren’t” to Commonwealth for a horrifying time. After walking East Fremont Street, savor specialty libation A Charlie Brown Halloween (Luxardo Maraschino liqueur, Angostura orange bitters, orange juice, Ketel One Oranje vodka and sweet vermouth). Monster Mash Prom: Oct. 30, 6 p.m., Commonwealth Las Vegas Halloween Parade After-Party: Oct. 31, post-parade, Commonwealth.

Jean Philippe Patisserie

For an unearthly experience, stop by Jean Philippe Patisserie at either Bellagio or ARIA Resort & Casino. You’ll notice that the confectionary establishments have been decked out with bewitching dark chocolate displays (think a flying witch on a broomstick, a haunted forest and skeletons). In addition, both shops are showcasing mouth-watering sweets such as chocolate pumpkins, ghosts and skulls.


How To Celebrate Halloween In Las Vegas

As October 31 approaches, you’re probably trying to plan the best way to celebrate Halloween. But rather than go to the same old costume party or, worse, stay at home handing out bags of candy corn to the neighborhood trick-or-treaters, make this a Halloween to remember by spending it in Las Vegas. During this time, the city gears up for ghosts, goblins and goodies galore. And since our Forbes Travel Guide editors know what it’s like to prepare for All Hallows’ Eve in Sin City, we’ve put together a list of everything from the best spooky parades to where to go to pick up eerie confections (the chocolate skulls from Jean Philippe Patisserie at Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Bellagio and Four-Star ARIA Resort & Casino).

Tryst, photo courtesy Barbara Kraft

Battle it out for $20,000 in cash and prizes during Tryst’s superhero contest on Oct. 31. At this heroes vs. villains bash, partygoers will jam out to beats by DJ Konflikt in the 12,000-square-foot hot spot inside Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Wynn Las Vegas. Oct. 31, 10 p.m., Tryst, $22.60-$33.90.

Nights of the Killer Costume

Palms Casino Resort celebrates with three killer days. The fun began on Oct. 26 at GBDC at Ghostbar with the “Back 2 the Future” costume party and continued with the “Thriller” All Styles B-Boy Dance Battle at The View and a sexy costume contest at Moon Nightclub. But on Halloween, head to Ghostbar to cap off the holiday with its zombie prom costume contest. If you and your date have the best zombie couples costume, you’ll snag $7,500. The second-place spine-chilling twosome will receive $2,500. Oct. 31, 10:30 p.m., Ghostbar, $20.

XS, photo courtesy Barbara Kraft

Halloween Masquerade and Halloween Night

On Oct. 31, put on your most decorated mask and head to Surrender at Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Encore at Wynn Las Vegas. The popular nightclub will serve as headquarters to electronic music DJ Bassnectar, who is expected to keep guests on their feet all night long. And while you’re at Encore, get in that never-ending line at XS to hear electronic dance music master Kaskade pump out tunes into the Sin City atmosphere. Halloween Masquerade: Oct. 31, 10:30 p.m., Surrender, $26.30-$37.80 Halloween Night: Oct. 31, 10 p.m., XS, $22.60-$33.90.

Las Vegas Halloween Parade

Take to the streets—East Fremont and 13th streets, that is—on Oct. 31 for downtown’s Las Vegas Halloween Parade. Demons, witches, clowns and more will gather at 6 p.m. for the foolery (the parade will begin at 7 p.m. sharp). With everyone welcomed to walk or crawl, kids (up to 10 years of age) should try their rattle at the best baby costume contest. Other trophy-winning competitions include the best-illuminated costume, best group costume, best float/art car and most outrageous costume (aka the Dr. Gooey Award). Oct. 31, 7 p.m., East Fremont Street (between 13th and Seventh streets), free.

Commonwealth, photo courtesy Commonwealth

Monster Mash Prom

Put your best zombie face forward when you head downtown to Commonwealth on Oct. 30 for its 1960s Monster Mash Prom. Roaming the graveyard smash at the popular speakeasy will be the likes of Frankenstein, Count Dracula and the Wolfman. While there, tear into tasty cocktails such as the Monk’s Holiday (a mixture of Fernet Branca, Yellow Chartreuse, simple syrup, lime juice and Stoli vodka) or Gone ’til November (a blend of egg whites, lemon juice, honey syrup, St. Elizabeth Allspice Dram and Stoli peach vodka). The following day, right after the Las Vegas Halloween Parade, night owls are encouraged to “come as they aren’t” to Commonwealth for a horrifying time. After walking East Fremont Street, savor specialty libation A Charlie Brown Halloween (Luxardo Maraschino liqueur, Angostura orange bitters, orange juice, Ketel One Oranje vodka and sweet vermouth). Monster Mash Prom: Oct. 30, 6 p.m., Commonwealth Las Vegas Halloween Parade After-Party: Oct. 31, post-parade, Commonwealth.

Jean Philippe Patisserie

For an unearthly experience, stop by Jean Philippe Patisserie at either Bellagio or ARIA Resort & Casino. You’ll notice that the confectionary establishments have been decked out with bewitching dark chocolate displays (think a flying witch on a broomstick, a haunted forest and skeletons). In addition, both shops are showcasing mouth-watering sweets such as chocolate pumpkins, ghosts and skulls.


How To Celebrate Halloween In Las Vegas

As October 31 approaches, you’re probably trying to plan the best way to celebrate Halloween. But rather than go to the same old costume party or, worse, stay at home handing out bags of candy corn to the neighborhood trick-or-treaters, make this a Halloween to remember by spending it in Las Vegas. During this time, the city gears up for ghosts, goblins and goodies galore. And since our Forbes Travel Guide editors know what it’s like to prepare for All Hallows’ Eve in Sin City, we’ve put together a list of everything from the best spooky parades to where to go to pick up eerie confections (the chocolate skulls from Jean Philippe Patisserie at Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Bellagio and Four-Star ARIA Resort & Casino).

Tryst, photo courtesy Barbara Kraft

Battle it out for $20,000 in cash and prizes during Tryst’s superhero contest on Oct. 31. At this heroes vs. villains bash, partygoers will jam out to beats by DJ Konflikt in the 12,000-square-foot hot spot inside Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Wynn Las Vegas. Oct. 31, 10 p.m., Tryst, $22.60-$33.90.

Nights of the Killer Costume

Palms Casino Resort celebrates with three killer days. The fun began on Oct. 26 at GBDC at Ghostbar with the “Back 2 the Future” costume party and continued with the “Thriller” All Styles B-Boy Dance Battle at The View and a sexy costume contest at Moon Nightclub. But on Halloween, head to Ghostbar to cap off the holiday with its zombie prom costume contest. If you and your date have the best zombie couples costume, you’ll snag $7,500. The second-place spine-chilling twosome will receive $2,500. Oct. 31, 10:30 p.m., Ghostbar, $20.

XS, photo courtesy Barbara Kraft

Halloween Masquerade and Halloween Night

On Oct. 31, put on your most decorated mask and head to Surrender at Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Encore at Wynn Las Vegas. The popular nightclub will serve as headquarters to electronic music DJ Bassnectar, who is expected to keep guests on their feet all night long. And while you’re at Encore, get in that never-ending line at XS to hear electronic dance music master Kaskade pump out tunes into the Sin City atmosphere. Halloween Masquerade: Oct. 31, 10:30 p.m., Surrender, $26.30-$37.80 Halloween Night: Oct. 31, 10 p.m., XS, $22.60-$33.90.

Las Vegas Halloween Parade

Take to the streets—East Fremont and 13th streets, that is—on Oct. 31 for downtown’s Las Vegas Halloween Parade. Demons, witches, clowns and more will gather at 6 p.m. for the foolery (the parade will begin at 7 p.m. sharp). With everyone welcomed to walk or crawl, kids (up to 10 years of age) should try their rattle at the best baby costume contest. Other trophy-winning competitions include the best-illuminated costume, best group costume, best float/art car and most outrageous costume (aka the Dr. Gooey Award). Oct. 31, 7 p.m., East Fremont Street (between 13th and Seventh streets), free.

Commonwealth, photo courtesy Commonwealth

Monster Mash Prom

Put your best zombie face forward when you head downtown to Commonwealth on Oct. 30 for its 1960s Monster Mash Prom. Roaming the graveyard smash at the popular speakeasy will be the likes of Frankenstein, Count Dracula and the Wolfman. While there, tear into tasty cocktails such as the Monk’s Holiday (a mixture of Fernet Branca, Yellow Chartreuse, simple syrup, lime juice and Stoli vodka) or Gone ’til November (a blend of egg whites, lemon juice, honey syrup, St. Elizabeth Allspice Dram and Stoli peach vodka). The following day, right after the Las Vegas Halloween Parade, night owls are encouraged to “come as they aren’t” to Commonwealth for a horrifying time. After walking East Fremont Street, savor specialty libation A Charlie Brown Halloween (Luxardo Maraschino liqueur, Angostura orange bitters, orange juice, Ketel One Oranje vodka and sweet vermouth). Monster Mash Prom: Oct. 30, 6 p.m., Commonwealth Las Vegas Halloween Parade After-Party: Oct. 31, post-parade, Commonwealth.

Jean Philippe Patisserie

For an unearthly experience, stop by Jean Philippe Patisserie at either Bellagio or ARIA Resort & Casino. You’ll notice that the confectionary establishments have been decked out with bewitching dark chocolate displays (think a flying witch on a broomstick, a haunted forest and skeletons). In addition, both shops are showcasing mouth-watering sweets such as chocolate pumpkins, ghosts and skulls.


How To Celebrate Halloween In Las Vegas

As October 31 approaches, you’re probably trying to plan the best way to celebrate Halloween. But rather than go to the same old costume party or, worse, stay at home handing out bags of candy corn to the neighborhood trick-or-treaters, make this a Halloween to remember by spending it in Las Vegas. During this time, the city gears up for ghosts, goblins and goodies galore. And since our Forbes Travel Guide editors know what it’s like to prepare for All Hallows’ Eve in Sin City, we’ve put together a list of everything from the best spooky parades to where to go to pick up eerie confections (the chocolate skulls from Jean Philippe Patisserie at Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Bellagio and Four-Star ARIA Resort & Casino).

Tryst, photo courtesy Barbara Kraft

Battle it out for $20,000 in cash and prizes during Tryst’s superhero contest on Oct. 31. At this heroes vs. villains bash, partygoers will jam out to beats by DJ Konflikt in the 12,000-square-foot hot spot inside Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Wynn Las Vegas. Oct. 31, 10 p.m., Tryst, $22.60-$33.90.

Nights of the Killer Costume

Palms Casino Resort celebrates with three killer days. The fun began on Oct. 26 at GBDC at Ghostbar with the “Back 2 the Future” costume party and continued with the “Thriller” All Styles B-Boy Dance Battle at The View and a sexy costume contest at Moon Nightclub. But on Halloween, head to Ghostbar to cap off the holiday with its zombie prom costume contest. If you and your date have the best zombie couples costume, you’ll snag $7,500. The second-place spine-chilling twosome will receive $2,500. Oct. 31, 10:30 p.m., Ghostbar, $20.

XS, photo courtesy Barbara Kraft

Halloween Masquerade and Halloween Night

On Oct. 31, put on your most decorated mask and head to Surrender at Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Encore at Wynn Las Vegas. The popular nightclub will serve as headquarters to electronic music DJ Bassnectar, who is expected to keep guests on their feet all night long. And while you’re at Encore, get in that never-ending line at XS to hear electronic dance music master Kaskade pump out tunes into the Sin City atmosphere. Halloween Masquerade: Oct. 31, 10:30 p.m., Surrender, $26.30-$37.80 Halloween Night: Oct. 31, 10 p.m., XS, $22.60-$33.90.

Las Vegas Halloween Parade

Take to the streets—East Fremont and 13th streets, that is—on Oct. 31 for downtown’s Las Vegas Halloween Parade. Demons, witches, clowns and more will gather at 6 p.m. for the foolery (the parade will begin at 7 p.m. sharp). With everyone welcomed to walk or crawl, kids (up to 10 years of age) should try their rattle at the best baby costume contest. Other trophy-winning competitions include the best-illuminated costume, best group costume, best float/art car and most outrageous costume (aka the Dr. Gooey Award). Oct. 31, 7 p.m., East Fremont Street (between 13th and Seventh streets), free.

Commonwealth, photo courtesy Commonwealth

Monster Mash Prom

Put your best zombie face forward when you head downtown to Commonwealth on Oct. 30 for its 1960s Monster Mash Prom. Roaming the graveyard smash at the popular speakeasy will be the likes of Frankenstein, Count Dracula and the Wolfman. While there, tear into tasty cocktails such as the Monk’s Holiday (a mixture of Fernet Branca, Yellow Chartreuse, simple syrup, lime juice and Stoli vodka) or Gone ’til November (a blend of egg whites, lemon juice, honey syrup, St. Elizabeth Allspice Dram and Stoli peach vodka). The following day, right after the Las Vegas Halloween Parade, night owls are encouraged to “come as they aren’t” to Commonwealth for a horrifying time. After walking East Fremont Street, savor specialty libation A Charlie Brown Halloween (Luxardo Maraschino liqueur, Angostura orange bitters, orange juice, Ketel One Oranje vodka and sweet vermouth). Monster Mash Prom: Oct. 30, 6 p.m., Commonwealth Las Vegas Halloween Parade After-Party: Oct. 31, post-parade, Commonwealth.

Jean Philippe Patisserie

For an unearthly experience, stop by Jean Philippe Patisserie at either Bellagio or ARIA Resort & Casino. You’ll notice that the confectionary establishments have been decked out with bewitching dark chocolate displays (think a flying witch on a broomstick, a haunted forest and skeletons). In addition, both shops are showcasing mouth-watering sweets such as chocolate pumpkins, ghosts and skulls.


How To Celebrate Halloween In Las Vegas

As October 31 approaches, you’re probably trying to plan the best way to celebrate Halloween. But rather than go to the same old costume party or, worse, stay at home handing out bags of candy corn to the neighborhood trick-or-treaters, make this a Halloween to remember by spending it in Las Vegas. During this time, the city gears up for ghosts, goblins and goodies galore. And since our Forbes Travel Guide editors know what it’s like to prepare for All Hallows’ Eve in Sin City, we’ve put together a list of everything from the best spooky parades to where to go to pick up eerie confections (the chocolate skulls from Jean Philippe Patisserie at Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Bellagio and Four-Star ARIA Resort & Casino).

Tryst, photo courtesy Barbara Kraft

Battle it out for $20,000 in cash and prizes during Tryst’s superhero contest on Oct. 31. At this heroes vs. villains bash, partygoers will jam out to beats by DJ Konflikt in the 12,000-square-foot hot spot inside Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Wynn Las Vegas. Oct. 31, 10 p.m., Tryst, $22.60-$33.90.

Nights of the Killer Costume

Palms Casino Resort celebrates with three killer days. The fun began on Oct. 26 at GBDC at Ghostbar with the “Back 2 the Future” costume party and continued with the “Thriller” All Styles B-Boy Dance Battle at The View and a sexy costume contest at Moon Nightclub. But on Halloween, head to Ghostbar to cap off the holiday with its zombie prom costume contest. If you and your date have the best zombie couples costume, you’ll snag $7,500. The second-place spine-chilling twosome will receive $2,500. Oct. 31, 10:30 p.m., Ghostbar, $20.

XS, photo courtesy Barbara Kraft

Halloween Masquerade and Halloween Night

On Oct. 31, put on your most decorated mask and head to Surrender at Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Encore at Wynn Las Vegas. The popular nightclub will serve as headquarters to electronic music DJ Bassnectar, who is expected to keep guests on their feet all night long. And while you’re at Encore, get in that never-ending line at XS to hear electronic dance music master Kaskade pump out tunes into the Sin City atmosphere. Halloween Masquerade: Oct. 31, 10:30 p.m., Surrender, $26.30-$37.80 Halloween Night: Oct. 31, 10 p.m., XS, $22.60-$33.90.

Las Vegas Halloween Parade

Take to the streets—East Fremont and 13th streets, that is—on Oct. 31 for downtown’s Las Vegas Halloween Parade. Demons, witches, clowns and more will gather at 6 p.m. for the foolery (the parade will begin at 7 p.m. sharp). With everyone welcomed to walk or crawl, kids (up to 10 years of age) should try their rattle at the best baby costume contest. Other trophy-winning competitions include the best-illuminated costume, best group costume, best float/art car and most outrageous costume (aka the Dr. Gooey Award). Oct. 31, 7 p.m., East Fremont Street (between 13th and Seventh streets), free.

Commonwealth, photo courtesy Commonwealth

Monster Mash Prom

Put your best zombie face forward when you head downtown to Commonwealth on Oct. 30 for its 1960s Monster Mash Prom. Roaming the graveyard smash at the popular speakeasy will be the likes of Frankenstein, Count Dracula and the Wolfman. While there, tear into tasty cocktails such as the Monk’s Holiday (a mixture of Fernet Branca, Yellow Chartreuse, simple syrup, lime juice and Stoli vodka) or Gone ’til November (a blend of egg whites, lemon juice, honey syrup, St. Elizabeth Allspice Dram and Stoli peach vodka). The following day, right after the Las Vegas Halloween Parade, night owls are encouraged to “come as they aren’t” to Commonwealth for a horrifying time. After walking East Fremont Street, savor specialty libation A Charlie Brown Halloween (Luxardo Maraschino liqueur, Angostura orange bitters, orange juice, Ketel One Oranje vodka and sweet vermouth). Monster Mash Prom: Oct. 30, 6 p.m., Commonwealth Las Vegas Halloween Parade After-Party: Oct. 31, post-parade, Commonwealth.

Jean Philippe Patisserie

For an unearthly experience, stop by Jean Philippe Patisserie at either Bellagio or ARIA Resort & Casino. You’ll notice that the confectionary establishments have been decked out with bewitching dark chocolate displays (think a flying witch on a broomstick, a haunted forest and skeletons). In addition, both shops are showcasing mouth-watering sweets such as chocolate pumpkins, ghosts and skulls.


How To Celebrate Halloween In Las Vegas

As October 31 approaches, you’re probably trying to plan the best way to celebrate Halloween. But rather than go to the same old costume party or, worse, stay at home handing out bags of candy corn to the neighborhood trick-or-treaters, make this a Halloween to remember by spending it in Las Vegas. During this time, the city gears up for ghosts, goblins and goodies galore. And since our Forbes Travel Guide editors know what it’s like to prepare for All Hallows’ Eve in Sin City, we’ve put together a list of everything from the best spooky parades to where to go to pick up eerie confections (the chocolate skulls from Jean Philippe Patisserie at Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Bellagio and Four-Star ARIA Resort & Casino).

Tryst, photo courtesy Barbara Kraft

Battle it out for $20,000 in cash and prizes during Tryst’s superhero contest on Oct. 31. At this heroes vs. villains bash, partygoers will jam out to beats by DJ Konflikt in the 12,000-square-foot hot spot inside Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Wynn Las Vegas. Oct. 31, 10 p.m., Tryst, $22.60-$33.90.

Nights of the Killer Costume

Palms Casino Resort celebrates with three killer days. The fun began on Oct. 26 at GBDC at Ghostbar with the “Back 2 the Future” costume party and continued with the “Thriller” All Styles B-Boy Dance Battle at The View and a sexy costume contest at Moon Nightclub. But on Halloween, head to Ghostbar to cap off the holiday with its zombie prom costume contest. If you and your date have the best zombie couples costume, you’ll snag $7,500. The second-place spine-chilling twosome will receive $2,500. Oct. 31, 10:30 p.m., Ghostbar, $20.

XS, photo courtesy Barbara Kraft

Halloween Masquerade and Halloween Night

On Oct. 31, put on your most decorated mask and head to Surrender at Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Encore at Wynn Las Vegas. The popular nightclub will serve as headquarters to electronic music DJ Bassnectar, who is expected to keep guests on their feet all night long. And while you’re at Encore, get in that never-ending line at XS to hear electronic dance music master Kaskade pump out tunes into the Sin City atmosphere. Halloween Masquerade: Oct. 31, 10:30 p.m., Surrender, $26.30-$37.80 Halloween Night: Oct. 31, 10 p.m., XS, $22.60-$33.90.

Las Vegas Halloween Parade

Take to the streets—East Fremont and 13th streets, that is—on Oct. 31 for downtown’s Las Vegas Halloween Parade. Demons, witches, clowns and more will gather at 6 p.m. for the foolery (the parade will begin at 7 p.m. sharp). With everyone welcomed to walk or crawl, kids (up to 10 years of age) should try their rattle at the best baby costume contest. Other trophy-winning competitions include the best-illuminated costume, best group costume, best float/art car and most outrageous costume (aka the Dr. Gooey Award). Oct. 31, 7 p.m., East Fremont Street (between 13th and Seventh streets), free.

Commonwealth, photo courtesy Commonwealth

Monster Mash Prom

Put your best zombie face forward when you head downtown to Commonwealth on Oct. 30 for its 1960s Monster Mash Prom. Roaming the graveyard smash at the popular speakeasy will be the likes of Frankenstein, Count Dracula and the Wolfman. While there, tear into tasty cocktails such as the Monk’s Holiday (a mixture of Fernet Branca, Yellow Chartreuse, simple syrup, lime juice and Stoli vodka) or Gone ’til November (a blend of egg whites, lemon juice, honey syrup, St. Elizabeth Allspice Dram and Stoli peach vodka). The following day, right after the Las Vegas Halloween Parade, night owls are encouraged to “come as they aren’t” to Commonwealth for a horrifying time. After walking East Fremont Street, savor specialty libation A Charlie Brown Halloween (Luxardo Maraschino liqueur, Angostura orange bitters, orange juice, Ketel One Oranje vodka and sweet vermouth). Monster Mash Prom: Oct. 30, 6 p.m., Commonwealth Las Vegas Halloween Parade After-Party: Oct. 31, post-parade, Commonwealth.

Jean Philippe Patisserie

For an unearthly experience, stop by Jean Philippe Patisserie at either Bellagio or ARIA Resort & Casino. You’ll notice that the confectionary establishments have been decked out with bewitching dark chocolate displays (think a flying witch on a broomstick, a haunted forest and skeletons). In addition, both shops are showcasing mouth-watering sweets such as chocolate pumpkins, ghosts and skulls.


How To Celebrate Halloween In Las Vegas

As October 31 approaches, you’re probably trying to plan the best way to celebrate Halloween. But rather than go to the same old costume party or, worse, stay at home handing out bags of candy corn to the neighborhood trick-or-treaters, make this a Halloween to remember by spending it in Las Vegas. During this time, the city gears up for ghosts, goblins and goodies galore. And since our Forbes Travel Guide editors know what it’s like to prepare for All Hallows’ Eve in Sin City, we’ve put together a list of everything from the best spooky parades to where to go to pick up eerie confections (the chocolate skulls from Jean Philippe Patisserie at Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Bellagio and Four-Star ARIA Resort & Casino).

Tryst, photo courtesy Barbara Kraft

Battle it out for $20,000 in cash and prizes during Tryst’s superhero contest on Oct. 31. At this heroes vs. villains bash, partygoers will jam out to beats by DJ Konflikt in the 12,000-square-foot hot spot inside Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Wynn Las Vegas. Oct. 31, 10 p.m., Tryst, $22.60-$33.90.

Nights of the Killer Costume

Palms Casino Resort celebrates with three killer days. The fun began on Oct. 26 at GBDC at Ghostbar with the “Back 2 the Future” costume party and continued with the “Thriller” All Styles B-Boy Dance Battle at The View and a sexy costume contest at Moon Nightclub. But on Halloween, head to Ghostbar to cap off the holiday with its zombie prom costume contest. If you and your date have the best zombie couples costume, you’ll snag $7,500. The second-place spine-chilling twosome will receive $2,500. Oct. 31, 10:30 p.m., Ghostbar, $20.

XS, photo courtesy Barbara Kraft

Halloween Masquerade and Halloween Night

On Oct. 31, put on your most decorated mask and head to Surrender at Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Encore at Wynn Las Vegas. The popular nightclub will serve as headquarters to electronic music DJ Bassnectar, who is expected to keep guests on their feet all night long. And while you’re at Encore, get in that never-ending line at XS to hear electronic dance music master Kaskade pump out tunes into the Sin City atmosphere. Halloween Masquerade: Oct. 31, 10:30 p.m., Surrender, $26.30-$37.80 Halloween Night: Oct. 31, 10 p.m., XS, $22.60-$33.90.

Las Vegas Halloween Parade

Take to the streets—East Fremont and 13th streets, that is—on Oct. 31 for downtown’s Las Vegas Halloween Parade. Demons, witches, clowns and more will gather at 6 p.m. for the foolery (the parade will begin at 7 p.m. sharp). With everyone welcomed to walk or crawl, kids (up to 10 years of age) should try their rattle at the best baby costume contest. Other trophy-winning competitions include the best-illuminated costume, best group costume, best float/art car and most outrageous costume (aka the Dr. Gooey Award). Oct. 31, 7 p.m., East Fremont Street (between 13th and Seventh streets), free.

Commonwealth, photo courtesy Commonwealth

Monster Mash Prom

Put your best zombie face forward when you head downtown to Commonwealth on Oct. 30 for its 1960s Monster Mash Prom. Roaming the graveyard smash at the popular speakeasy will be the likes of Frankenstein, Count Dracula and the Wolfman. While there, tear into tasty cocktails such as the Monk’s Holiday (a mixture of Fernet Branca, Yellow Chartreuse, simple syrup, lime juice and Stoli vodka) or Gone ’til November (a blend of egg whites, lemon juice, honey syrup, St. Elizabeth Allspice Dram and Stoli peach vodka). The following day, right after the Las Vegas Halloween Parade, night owls are encouraged to “come as they aren’t” to Commonwealth for a horrifying time. After walking East Fremont Street, savor specialty libation A Charlie Brown Halloween (Luxardo Maraschino liqueur, Angostura orange bitters, orange juice, Ketel One Oranje vodka and sweet vermouth). Monster Mash Prom: Oct. 30, 6 p.m., Commonwealth Las Vegas Halloween Parade After-Party: Oct. 31, post-parade, Commonwealth.

Jean Philippe Patisserie

For an unearthly experience, stop by Jean Philippe Patisserie at either Bellagio or ARIA Resort & Casino. You’ll notice that the confectionary establishments have been decked out with bewitching dark chocolate displays (think a flying witch on a broomstick, a haunted forest and skeletons). In addition, both shops are showcasing mouth-watering sweets such as chocolate pumpkins, ghosts and skulls.


How To Celebrate Halloween In Las Vegas

As October 31 approaches, you’re probably trying to plan the best way to celebrate Halloween. But rather than go to the same old costume party or, worse, stay at home handing out bags of candy corn to the neighborhood trick-or-treaters, make this a Halloween to remember by spending it in Las Vegas. During this time, the city gears up for ghosts, goblins and goodies galore. And since our Forbes Travel Guide editors know what it’s like to prepare for All Hallows’ Eve in Sin City, we’ve put together a list of everything from the best spooky parades to where to go to pick up eerie confections (the chocolate skulls from Jean Philippe Patisserie at Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Bellagio and Four-Star ARIA Resort & Casino).

Tryst, photo courtesy Barbara Kraft

Battle it out for $20,000 in cash and prizes during Tryst’s superhero contest on Oct. 31. At this heroes vs. villains bash, partygoers will jam out to beats by DJ Konflikt in the 12,000-square-foot hot spot inside Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Wynn Las Vegas. Oct. 31, 10 p.m., Tryst, $22.60-$33.90.

Nights of the Killer Costume

Palms Casino Resort celebrates with three killer days. The fun began on Oct. 26 at GBDC at Ghostbar with the “Back 2 the Future” costume party and continued with the “Thriller” All Styles B-Boy Dance Battle at The View and a sexy costume contest at Moon Nightclub. But on Halloween, head to Ghostbar to cap off the holiday with its zombie prom costume contest. If you and your date have the best zombie couples costume, you’ll snag $7,500. The second-place spine-chilling twosome will receive $2,500. Oct. 31, 10:30 p.m., Ghostbar, $20.

XS, photo courtesy Barbara Kraft

Halloween Masquerade and Halloween Night

On Oct. 31, put on your most decorated mask and head to Surrender at Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Encore at Wynn Las Vegas. The popular nightclub will serve as headquarters to electronic music DJ Bassnectar, who is expected to keep guests on their feet all night long. And while you’re at Encore, get in that never-ending line at XS to hear electronic dance music master Kaskade pump out tunes into the Sin City atmosphere. Halloween Masquerade: Oct. 31, 10:30 p.m., Surrender, $26.30-$37.80 Halloween Night: Oct. 31, 10 p.m., XS, $22.60-$33.90.

Las Vegas Halloween Parade

Take to the streets—East Fremont and 13th streets, that is—on Oct. 31 for downtown’s Las Vegas Halloween Parade. Demons, witches, clowns and more will gather at 6 p.m. for the foolery (the parade will begin at 7 p.m. sharp). With everyone welcomed to walk or crawl, kids (up to 10 years of age) should try their rattle at the best baby costume contest. Other trophy-winning competitions include the best-illuminated costume, best group costume, best float/art car and most outrageous costume (aka the Dr. Gooey Award). Oct. 31, 7 p.m., East Fremont Street (between 13th and Seventh streets), free.

Commonwealth, photo courtesy Commonwealth

Monster Mash Prom

Put your best zombie face forward when you head downtown to Commonwealth on Oct. 30 for its 1960s Monster Mash Prom. Roaming the graveyard smash at the popular speakeasy will be the likes of Frankenstein, Count Dracula and the Wolfman. While there, tear into tasty cocktails such as the Monk’s Holiday (a mixture of Fernet Branca, Yellow Chartreuse, simple syrup, lime juice and Stoli vodka) or Gone ’til November (a blend of egg whites, lemon juice, honey syrup, St. Elizabeth Allspice Dram and Stoli peach vodka). The following day, right after the Las Vegas Halloween Parade, night owls are encouraged to “come as they aren’t” to Commonwealth for a horrifying time. After walking East Fremont Street, savor specialty libation A Charlie Brown Halloween (Luxardo Maraschino liqueur, Angostura orange bitters, orange juice, Ketel One Oranje vodka and sweet vermouth). Monster Mash Prom: Oct. 30, 6 p.m., Commonwealth Las Vegas Halloween Parade After-Party: Oct. 31, post-parade, Commonwealth.

Jean Philippe Patisserie

For an unearthly experience, stop by Jean Philippe Patisserie at either Bellagio or ARIA Resort & Casino. You’ll notice that the confectionary establishments have been decked out with bewitching dark chocolate displays (think a flying witch on a broomstick, a haunted forest and skeletons). In addition, both shops are showcasing mouth-watering sweets such as chocolate pumpkins, ghosts and skulls.


How To Celebrate Halloween In Las Vegas

As October 31 approaches, you’re probably trying to plan the best way to celebrate Halloween. But rather than go to the same old costume party or, worse, stay at home handing out bags of candy corn to the neighborhood trick-or-treaters, make this a Halloween to remember by spending it in Las Vegas. During this time, the city gears up for ghosts, goblins and goodies galore. And since our Forbes Travel Guide editors know what it’s like to prepare for All Hallows’ Eve in Sin City, we’ve put together a list of everything from the best spooky parades to where to go to pick up eerie confections (the chocolate skulls from Jean Philippe Patisserie at Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Bellagio and Four-Star ARIA Resort & Casino).

Tryst, photo courtesy Barbara Kraft

Battle it out for $20,000 in cash and prizes during Tryst’s superhero contest on Oct. 31. At this heroes vs. villains bash, partygoers will jam out to beats by DJ Konflikt in the 12,000-square-foot hot spot inside Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Wynn Las Vegas. Oct. 31, 10 p.m., Tryst, $22.60-$33.90.

Nights of the Killer Costume

Palms Casino Resort celebrates with three killer days. The fun began on Oct. 26 at GBDC at Ghostbar with the “Back 2 the Future” costume party and continued with the “Thriller” All Styles B-Boy Dance Battle at The View and a sexy costume contest at Moon Nightclub. But on Halloween, head to Ghostbar to cap off the holiday with its zombie prom costume contest. If you and your date have the best zombie couples costume, you’ll snag $7,500. The second-place spine-chilling twosome will receive $2,500. Oct. 31, 10:30 p.m., Ghostbar, $20.

XS, photo courtesy Barbara Kraft

Halloween Masquerade and Halloween Night

On Oct. 31, put on your most decorated mask and head to Surrender at Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Encore at Wynn Las Vegas. The popular nightclub will serve as headquarters to electronic music DJ Bassnectar, who is expected to keep guests on their feet all night long. And while you’re at Encore, get in that never-ending line at XS to hear electronic dance music master Kaskade pump out tunes into the Sin City atmosphere. Halloween Masquerade: Oct. 31, 10:30 p.m., Surrender, $26.30-$37.80 Halloween Night: Oct. 31, 10 p.m., XS, $22.60-$33.90.

Las Vegas Halloween Parade

Take to the streets—East Fremont and 13th streets, that is—on Oct. 31 for downtown’s Las Vegas Halloween Parade. Demons, witches, clowns and more will gather at 6 p.m. for the foolery (the parade will begin at 7 p.m. sharp). With everyone welcomed to walk or crawl, kids (up to 10 years of age) should try their rattle at the best baby costume contest. Other trophy-winning competitions include the best-illuminated costume, best group costume, best float/art car and most outrageous costume (aka the Dr. Gooey Award). Oct. 31, 7 p.m., East Fremont Street (between 13th and Seventh streets), free.

Commonwealth, photo courtesy Commonwealth

Monster Mash Prom

Put your best zombie face forward when you head downtown to Commonwealth on Oct. 30 for its 1960s Monster Mash Prom. Roaming the graveyard smash at the popular speakeasy will be the likes of Frankenstein, Count Dracula and the Wolfman. While there, tear into tasty cocktails such as the Monk’s Holiday (a mixture of Fernet Branca, Yellow Chartreuse, simple syrup, lime juice and Stoli vodka) or Gone ’til November (a blend of egg whites, lemon juice, honey syrup, St. Elizabeth Allspice Dram and Stoli peach vodka). The following day, right after the Las Vegas Halloween Parade, night owls are encouraged to “come as they aren’t” to Commonwealth for a horrifying time. After walking East Fremont Street, savor specialty libation A Charlie Brown Halloween (Luxardo Maraschino liqueur, Angostura orange bitters, orange juice, Ketel One Oranje vodka and sweet vermouth). Monster Mash Prom: Oct. 30, 6 p.m., Commonwealth Las Vegas Halloween Parade After-Party: Oct. 31, post-parade, Commonwealth.

Jean Philippe Patisserie

For an unearthly experience, stop by Jean Philippe Patisserie at either Bellagio or ARIA Resort & Casino. You’ll notice that the confectionary establishments have been decked out with bewitching dark chocolate displays (think a flying witch on a broomstick, a haunted forest and skeletons). In addition, both shops are showcasing mouth-watering sweets such as chocolate pumpkins, ghosts and skulls.


How To Celebrate Halloween In Las Vegas

As October 31 approaches, you’re probably trying to plan the best way to celebrate Halloween. But rather than go to the same old costume party or, worse, stay at home handing out bags of candy corn to the neighborhood trick-or-treaters, make this a Halloween to remember by spending it in Las Vegas. During this time, the city gears up for ghosts, goblins and goodies galore. And since our Forbes Travel Guide editors know what it’s like to prepare for All Hallows’ Eve in Sin City, we’ve put together a list of everything from the best spooky parades to where to go to pick up eerie confections (the chocolate skulls from Jean Philippe Patisserie at Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Bellagio and Four-Star ARIA Resort & Casino).

Tryst, photo courtesy Barbara Kraft

Battle it out for $20,000 in cash and prizes during Tryst’s superhero contest on Oct. 31. At this heroes vs. villains bash, partygoers will jam out to beats by DJ Konflikt in the 12,000-square-foot hot spot inside Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Wynn Las Vegas. Oct. 31, 10 p.m., Tryst, $22.60-$33.90.

Nights of the Killer Costume

Palms Casino Resort celebrates with three killer days. The fun began on Oct. 26 at GBDC at Ghostbar with the “Back 2 the Future” costume party and continued with the “Thriller” All Styles B-Boy Dance Battle at The View and a sexy costume contest at Moon Nightclub. But on Halloween, head to Ghostbar to cap off the holiday with its zombie prom costume contest. If you and your date have the best zombie couples costume, you’ll snag $7,500. The second-place spine-chilling twosome will receive $2,500. Oct. 31, 10:30 p.m., Ghostbar, $20.

XS, photo courtesy Barbara Kraft

Halloween Masquerade and Halloween Night

On Oct. 31, put on your most decorated mask and head to Surrender at Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Encore at Wynn Las Vegas. The popular nightclub will serve as headquarters to electronic music DJ Bassnectar, who is expected to keep guests on their feet all night long. And while you’re at Encore, get in that never-ending line at XS to hear electronic dance music master Kaskade pump out tunes into the Sin City atmosphere. Halloween Masquerade: Oct. 31, 10:30 p.m., Surrender, $26.30-$37.80 Halloween Night: Oct. 31, 10 p.m., XS, $22.60-$33.90.

Las Vegas Halloween Parade

Take to the streets—East Fremont and 13th streets, that is—on Oct. 31 for downtown’s Las Vegas Halloween Parade. Demons, witches, clowns and more will gather at 6 p.m. for the foolery (the parade will begin at 7 p.m. sharp). With everyone welcomed to walk or crawl, kids (up to 10 years of age) should try their rattle at the best baby costume contest. Other trophy-winning competitions include the best-illuminated costume, best group costume, best float/art car and most outrageous costume (aka the Dr. Gooey Award). Oct. 31, 7 p.m., East Fremont Street (between 13th and Seventh streets), free.

Commonwealth, photo courtesy Commonwealth

Monster Mash Prom

Put your best zombie face forward when you head downtown to Commonwealth on Oct. 30 for its 1960s Monster Mash Prom. Roaming the graveyard smash at the popular speakeasy will be the likes of Frankenstein, Count Dracula and the Wolfman. While there, tear into tasty cocktails such as the Monk’s Holiday (a mixture of Fernet Branca, Yellow Chartreuse, simple syrup, lime juice and Stoli vodka) or Gone ’til November (a blend of egg whites, lemon juice, honey syrup, St. Elizabeth Allspice Dram and Stoli peach vodka). The following day, right after the Las Vegas Halloween Parade, night owls are encouraged to “come as they aren’t” to Commonwealth for a horrifying time. After walking East Fremont Street, savor specialty libation A Charlie Brown Halloween (Luxardo Maraschino liqueur, Angostura orange bitters, orange juice, Ketel One Oranje vodka and sweet vermouth). Monster Mash Prom: Oct. 30, 6 p.m., Commonwealth Las Vegas Halloween Parade After-Party: Oct. 31, post-parade, Commonwealth.

Jean Philippe Patisserie

For an unearthly experience, stop by Jean Philippe Patisserie at either Bellagio or ARIA Resort & Casino. You’ll notice that the confectionary establishments have been decked out with bewitching dark chocolate displays (think a flying witch on a broomstick, a haunted forest and skeletons). In addition, both shops are showcasing mouth-watering sweets such as chocolate pumpkins, ghosts and skulls.


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Comments:

  1. Medrod

    Rather useful piece

  2. Stanedisc

    Normul, I have been looking for it for a long time! thanks to all...



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