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Celebrate Halloween Seattle Style (37 days left!)

September 24, 2018

Halloween may only come once a year, but in Seattle the celebration lasts all month long.

And with a wide variety of events, from kid friendly pumpkin patches to exclusive 21+ parties in the hottest nightclubs, there’s something for everyone. From the traditional haunted house to the less traditional Halloween cruise, and everything in between. With prices ranging from free to $160+ per person, it’s a good idea to narrow down the list of events that you absolutely MUST attend!

The Halloween festivities kick of on September 29th with a two day Pumpkin beer festival. Pricing for this event is $28 for a one day pass, or $50 for a two day pass. With over 80 beers to sample from, plus music and food, this is sure to be a good time for beer connoisseurs or just the average pumpkin enthusiast.

There are several new and exciting Halloween trends that have popped up in recent years.

One new trend that has just emerged in the last few years is the Halloween themed fun run. In Seattle there are several different runs to choose from, ranging in distance from 5k all the way up to 15k  (3.2 miles and 9.6 miles respectfully).

If running’s not your cup of tee, no worries, the haunted golf course has you covered. This unique mini golf experience is the perfect family friendly event, plus at only $10 per person, it doesn’t break the bank. The course also features a beer garden, for those who want to celebrate Halloween with a few drinks.

Image result for freaknightFor those ages 18 and over, “Freak Night” is the spot to celebrate Halloween in Seattle.

This seven hour long festival features everything from live music, carnival rides, games, and a bone chilling circus performance. The cost of attending this event is pretty steep, starting at $99 for general admission and reaching a peak of $169 for the Big Top VIP Experience.

Finally, if you want to celebrate Halloween and enjoy a spectacular view of the city, check out Argosy Cruises at Pier 55. For just $25 per person you can dance the night away for 3 hours while taking in the breathtaking scenery of Seattle. Your fun filled night on the water included a costume contest, live DJ, appetizers, and one free cocktail.

Seattle really is the perfect city to celebrate Halloween in.

From the traditional to the unusual, you’re sure to find an event that both suits your individual preferences and your budget. Click here for a full list of all the Halloween happenings in Seattle.