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    Here’s How to Spend Halloween 2023 in Nashville

    Get your Halloween costume ready! We’re counting down to Oct. 31 with a list of Halloween events happening right here in Nashville.

    Oct. 27 – Watch Halloween in the Park

    Nightlight 615 brings the classic Halloween to Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park at 6:15 PM. Get your tickets here.

    Oct. 28 – The Ultimate 90s Halloween

    You can catch me at this show almost every Halloween. My So-Called Band is a Nashville cover band full of incredible talent (seriously, they can do anything) that makes for one giant singalong. I’ve had some of the best Halloween nights of my life at their shows and I can’t wait for it this year. This event will sell out. Tickets are available here.

    Oct. 28 – Festival of Ghouls Immersive Party

    OZ Arts Nashville just announced the return of Fable Cry’s Festival of Ghouls, an immersive Halloween party on Oct. 28 in OZ Arts’ expansive creative warehouse.

    “Audiences are invited to embark on a descent through the Nine Circles of Hell and embrace the sensual delights of Dante’s Inferno at this costume bash and over-the-top cabaret from Nashville’s masters of the macabre.” There’s burlesque, cabaret and aerial arts! They encourage “mischievous costumes” At just $20, this is an affordable way to do something truly unique this Halloween! Get your tickets here.

    Please note: This event is suitable for mature audiences due to adult language, sexual innuendo, and depictions of horror. Costumes are encouraged, and the evening will include prizes for some of the audience favorites.

    Oct. 28 – Masquerade Ball

    I’ll admit it. White Limozeen had me at masquerade. The Off With Their Heads masquerade ball starts at 9 PM and 45 minutes later, there’s a burlesque performance! A champagne tower, “frenchish bites,” a costume contest ($1000 prize) and spooky cocktails add to their fancy theme. As far as ticket options, we recommend the $60 ticket that includes an open bar (Hallowen cocktails not included). Book your spot now.

    Oct. 28 – Haunted Museum

    The Tennessee State Museum will celebrate its 25th annual Haunted Museum Storytelling Festival on Oct. 28 and this is fun for the whole family. Kids can wear costumes and hear spooky stories of the past. They’ll also have a Ghost Trail through the Museum, the Puppet Truck and so much more. See the day’s schedule here.

    Oct. 28 – Halloween Block Party in East Nashville

    Wear your best costume for this block party that also includes a costume contest, Silent Disco, music, food and more. Kids and pets are welcome at All Hallows East. Find out more and register for tickets here.

    Oct. 28 – Bar Crawl

    Join a Halloween bar crawl that includes Coyote Ugly, Live Oak and The Dogwood. There are even some fun perks that come with your ticket. Find out more here.

    Oct. 28 – Soccery Mommy’s Halloween Bash

    “Buckle up for a night of spine-tingling tunes with Soccer Mommy. Mark your calendars for Oct. 28 at 7 PM and creep on over to Eastside Bowl in your most killer Halloween getup. This is your chance to summon all the ghouls and ghosts and have a hauntingly fun night!” Get your tickets and find more info here.

    Oct. 31 – Trunk or Treat at Plaza Mariachi

    This Halloween night event is an option for the whole family. They’ll have candy, prizes, music, carnival games and even a bounce house! It’s free and both indoor and outdoors at Plaza Mariachi. Find out more about the 5 PM – 9 PM event on Plaza Mariachi’s website.

    Oct. 31 – A Murder Mystery at lou

    One of our favorite Nashville restaurants is hosting an murder mystery dinner party on Halloween! PYDANCE is bringing the immersive performance to lou on McGavock Pike with seatings at 5:30 PM and 8:30 PM. Performances begin at 6 PM and 9 PM and tickets are $105 per person. Book your spot here.