Food & Culture

More Things to Do This Halloween Weekend

By Seattle Mag October 28, 2011


Trick-or-treating? We’ve got you covered.

Want to stay in a watch a good scary movie? Double check.

Have an awesome costume and want to find something better than your typical, stand-around-until-the-punch-dries-up sorta party? Voila:

HalloQueen — tenth anniversary performance by the local Queen tribute band led by Chris and Rick Friel, sons of legendary auctioneers Dick and Sharon Friel. 10/29, Tractor Tavern in Ballard. 21+ over welcome., $15

First Hill’s ER Crawl The Hunt Club, The Hideout and Vito’s instigate a little Pill Hill pandemonium, encouraging costumed customers to…cocktail crawl? Best costume announced at Vito’s at Midnight. 10/29; 9 p.m.-2 a.m., 21+ welcome,, Free.

Haunted Suite and Pumpkin Carving Contest at Sorrento Hotel — A fun excuse to explore one of our city’s prettiest hotels. Suggested donations ($5) benefit Puget Sound Blood Center. Also: winner of the carving contest gets a free stay at the hotel. Knives at the ready! 10/28 – 10/31. Times and prices vary. Pumpkin contest 10/29 only.

Halloween Party at Fu Kun Wu Lounge — Music, drink specials and costumes at Ballard’s popular jazz spot. 10/31, 5pm-midnight. 21+ welcome,

This is Halloween — A live music/burlesque/film performance inspired by Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas. Presented by the folks who bring you shows at Can Can Kitchen & Cabaret in the Pike Place Market. 10/28-10/31, Times and prices vary.

Halloween Mask Workshops at Marigold & Mint — self-explanatory. Capitol Hill. 10/29 for adults. 10/30 for kids. Times vary. $25. Materials provided.

Happy haunting!

A preview of HalloQueen:


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