Eerie Events: Seattle-area Halloween activities for adventurous adults

So haunted houses aren’t really your thing and you still mourn that It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown is no longer on KOMO TV, but you want to do more than just hand candy to trick or treating this year? ! We have you We’ve compiled a list of the creepy things to do with friends who are far from the usual – from zombie dancing to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller,” watching some of the best seasonal homemade shorts, and more more.

22.-31. October
Unexpected Productions / 1428 Post Alley, Seattle

While this might not be the scariest thing to do this time of year, Unexpected Productions’ presentation of “Campfire Ghost Stories” is perhaps the most fun. This improvisation team has been performing this show for ten years now – no two presentations are the same! These professionals bring mundane, true mishaps (like losing a car in a supermarket parking lot or an argument with your boss) a new narrative with creepy suggestions from the audience.

October 22nd & 23rd
Renton Civic Theater / 507 S. 3rd St., Renton

Not for everyone, but fans of the horror films “Evil Dead”, “Evil Dead 2” or “Army of Darkness” might be interested in seeing the Last Chance production of “Evil Dead the Musical”. It promises to be “disarmingly funny” and combines elements from all three films into a huge mess. How messy? You can choose tickets in the “Splatter Zone” or the “Non Splatter Zone”. With zombies, blood, chainsaws, and singing, this is a show you won’t soon forget. Don’t even think about bringing the kids.

23rd October
High Dive Lounge / 513 N. 36th St., Seattle

What began as a choreography for a mix of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” and a Bollywood wedding song is now something of a PNW Halloween tradition, says Bollywood Dreams Entertainment, who are celebrating ten years of this fun and unusual Halloween costume dance party. This event takes place in the High Drive Lounge and is hosted by DJ Prashant and DJ Lakshay along with some special artists. Prepare to compete in the costume contest and then perform with the “smart mob” gang at midnight – what else? “Thriller!” (Learn all the moves here before you go.)

October 29th & 30th
WAMU Theater / 800 Occidental Ave. S.

This adult Halloween party is a two-day affair with “gloomy sights and rattling noises that will shock, astonish, bewitch and astonish you,” with three themed “realms” to explore. Each location offers musical talent and audiovisual tricks. Dance among skeletons, ghouls, goblins and other crazy characters from early evening until midnight. Over 20 acts per night, food and drink stalls all over the area, plus a few bars. Free water refill stations and lockers are also provided.

October 29th & 30th
Egyptian Theater / 805 E. Pine St., Seattle

For the second annual Slay Film Fest, a number of filmmakers from Seattle and Portland were asked to make their own homemade horror shorts (eight minutes shorter) of the things that scared them the most of classic ghost stories and slashers over the past year Films to dystopian cults and political nightmares. “We know that life can be more scary than fiction, so let’s get rid of our fears together,” say the organizers. Two performances are shown every evening at 7 and 9:30 pm and are hosted by “Seattle’s Horror Queen Supreme” Old Witch.

30th of October
Haven Show Bar & Lounge / 16300 Mill Creek Blvd. # P1, Mühlbach

Creeptacular is celebrating its third annual event and boasts of being “the coolest Halloween costume party in the north end”. Unlike other parties, this requires costumes for the night, but it’s well worth dressing up as $ 1000 in cash and prizes is given out to the scariest, sexiest, and finest costume wearers. DJ. Mouse.Wayne will be filming the hits all night and other surprises are planned as well. Check this out for any inspiration on what to wear.

30th of October
Normandy Park Towne Center / 19803 1st Ave. S., Normandy Park

A classic among veteran zombies, Thrill the World 2021 is a fun day of activities with a group dance to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” with the rest of the world, a costume contest, scavenger hunt, live music, a beer garden, various vendors and even one Vaccination clinic (unfortunately it doesn’t work with zombies). Event sponsors promise you CAN dance. To speed up the check-in process, it is recommended that you register online and sign the waiver in advance. All proceeds from the event will go to Friends of Normandy Park.

30th of October
Haven Show Bar & Lounge / 16300 Mill Creek Blvd. # P1, Mühlbach

Creeptacular is celebrating its third annual event and boasts of being “the coolest Halloween costume party in the north end”. Unlike other parties, this requires costumes for the night, but it’s well worth dressing up as $ 1,000 in cash and prizes is given out to the scariest, sexiest, and finest costume wearers. DJ. Mouse.Wayne will be filming the hits all night and other surprises are also planned. Check this out for any inspiration on what to wear.

30th of October
Downtown Snohomish

The historic town invites boys and ghouls to its “Undead to End Hunger” event. Proceeds from the eighth annual event will benefit the Snohomish Community Food Bank. Although the event is free, zombies are encouraged to bring non-perishable food (no brains) as well as monetary donations. From 1 p.m., special zombie painters will help you paint the undead before you set off. Creepy activities are offered as well as Zombie Walk Swag.

October 31
Troll Lair / 3940 Fremont Ave. N., Seattle

Even Seattle’s famous “Troll” who lives under the George Washing Memorial Bridge in Fremont has a birthday, and it just so happens to have Halloween. Celebrations for this unique event include musicals and dramatic performances about trolls, comedy and variety shows, performances that tell the stories of folk tales and Greek myths, live music, dancers and more. Then, when it’s over, it’s not really over yet, because those in costume will wallow the streets with a local band at the annual Haunt of Fremont.

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