Halloween falls on a Monday this year but there are plenty of fun, spooky and family-friendly weekend events to enjoy! Here’s how to celebrate Halloween 2022 in Nashville.
CARNEVIL at W Nashville
Step right up and spend the wickedest night of the year under the big top at W Nashville. Celebrate this spooky evening with acrobatic performances, carnival experiences, devilish drinks and sinful sounds at W Nashville. For tickets and more information, visit this link.
Boo at the Zoo
Boo at the Zoo is a family-friendly event that kicks off on Oct.14 and runs through Oct. 30. These evenings are full of fall fun like trick-o-treating and fall photo ops. They’ll also have special animal shows. Get your tickets and see more information here.
Halloween Bar Crawl
For three days, enjoy the Nashville Halloween Bar Crawl at more than five venues with drink specials, live DJs and more. A photographer and videographer will be on hand to capture all the night’s best moments. Find out more and get your tickets (or three-day pass) here.
Monster Mash at Jackalope
According to Jackalope’s Facebook event page, “Nashville’s Least Sexy Halloween Party is BACK at The Ranch at Jackalope Brewing Co. on Saturday, October 29th from 8pm-12am. There will be a Costume Contest, with prizes for: 1) Least Sexy Costume 2) Most Sexy Costume 3) Best Themed Costume.”
Shuckle’s Corn Maze by Flashlight
Go to Shuckle’s Corn Maze at night to find your way out — by flashlight! This makes their eight-acre maze that much more challenging.
Alannaween Pt 2 at The East Room
Alannaween returns for part 2 on Oct. 29 at The East Room. They’ll host a dance party, costume contest, and drag and 100% of the proceeds go to Abortion Care Tennessee. Check out the flyer and get your tickets for this fun night here.
Acme Feed & Seed’s Children of the Corn
Acme’s annual Halloween party sounds pretty corny this year. According to their Eventbrite page, “The event will feature 4 themed floors with live music, a variety of games (but never lava monster), a costume contest, and lots of corny cocktails featuring With Co. We will have prizes for the Best Costumes and Best Group Costume. To enter the Costume Contest, arrive in your best costume before 9 PM.” They do recommend purchasing your ticket in advance for the Oct. 29 party.
Halloween Candy & Wine Pairing
Spooky season is here, and what better way to celebrate than with a Halloween candy-inspired dessert and wine pairing? City Winery’s own winemaker Michelle Foletta Bell will walk guests through an evening of chocolate, candy and locally-made wine! Tickets are available here.
Halloween Events at Virgin Hotels
Celebrate Halloween starting Oct. 28 at Virgin Hotels Nashville. The Pool Club will be hosting a “Scream” themed rooftop evening with an open bar, a haunted house experience, and more on Friday (10/28) and Saturday (10/29). Commons Club is serving up a Murder Mystery dinner experience on Friday (10/28) with a throwback 80’s theme.
Masquerade Dinner + Boo-zy Brunch at STK Nashville
STK has two ways to help you celebrate spooky season. There’s a Masquerade Vibe Ball Dinner on Oct. 28 and Oct. 29 from 3 PM to midnight. There will be a live DJ and the restaurant will be decorated. You can also win a $250 STK Gift Card if you post your costume during your visit.
There’s also a Boos & Booze Brunch on Oct. 29 and Oct. 30 from 10 AM to 3 PM. They’ll have their Signature Brunch Entrees, 90-minute Bloodys, items from their Pumpkin Features Menu and a limited-time Green Goblin cocktail. You can also win a $250 STK Gift Card in you post your costume during your visit. To enter, tag @eatstk and use #STKCostumeContest.
Halloween Bake Sale at lou
lou will be hosting their third annual Halloween bake sale on Sunday, 10/30 from 7p-11p. The bake sale will benefit Abortion Care Tennessee and will feature a variety of spooky treats and baked goods from local chefs and bakers. Event is free to attend and costumes are welcome!
My So-Called Band at Eastside Bowl
This is one of our favorite Halloween events every year! My So-Called Band ALWAYS brings the fun and so much musical talent (seriously, there’s not a genre they can’t cover) for these 90s parties. Get your tickets here.
Fable Cry’s Festival of Ghouls
Contemporary arts center OZ Arts Nashville announced the return of Fable Cry’s Festival of Ghouls, a ghostly cabaret party, on Oct. 29 in OZ Arts’ expansive creative warehouse. Audiences are invited to relive favorite childhood nightmares at this immersive Halloween party and over-the-top cabaret from Nashville’s masters of the macabre alongside a host of special guest performers who make this spooky evening one not to be missed. See more information and get your tickets here.