21 and Up Halloween Boos
These tricks and treats are for adults only! Stay up all night with these batty beats, boozy boos and custom costumes. You and your friends can’t miss these chances to win cash and prizes as you dress to impress while having the time of your life. You can sleep when you’re dead or dress like it and have a blast!
Dance with the Dead at LEX Nightclub
LEX Nightclub, located in the Grand Sierra Resort, is hosting a nightmare-ish series of themed events this month with the opportunity to win cash and prizes! Starting October 26, dress down to the grave as a zombie to win “best dead” and the awards that come with it. LEX will be offering three themed nights in a row during Halloween weekend. Starting Thursday October 29, dress as the sexiest flirt, Friday the scariest nightmare and Saturday the maddest mad hatter to compete to win even more prizes. Dress your best to beat the rest!
Brews and Boos at the Nugget
A cold beer is just as good in cold weather as it is in the heat! Come taste the regions local fall and winter craft brews in the best Halloween costume at the seasonal Nugget Brews and Boos Beer Festival. On the eve before Halloween, October 30, come sip on a large selection of the finest beer while enjoying the live musical stylings of the rock cover band, Snake Oil Sinners. Visit Halloween booths and enter to win the costume contest.
Rise from the Dead to Bar Crawl
To all 21 and over, come back from the dead as a “bar crawler” on Oct. 24, 2015 for the 8th annual Zombie Crawl in downtown Reno. Do your best zombie walk from bar to bar as you see what each has to offer. Pre-crawl, participate in the Massive Thriller Dance at the Reno Arch! Over 1,000 zombies of all sorts will be performing a flash-mob-style version of Michael Jackson’s Thriller. Make sure you dress up and don’t forget to purchase a Zombie Crawl Cup ahead of time! For a list of participating bars, a map of the crawl and special events visit crawlreno.com.
Never Ending Party at the Eldorado
The Eldorado is kicking off Halloween with five parties at two venues over four nights! Start your Eldorado Halloween experience on October 27 at the Industry Halloween Party with Blood Club Tuesday. DJ Chris English will mix beats you can’t refuse. Next stop will be Student Bloody Thursday offering large cash prizes to most original, best group and sexiest costumes. Finally, on Halloween night, visit both NoVi and The Brew Brothers for dual Hallows’ Eve events. The Brew Brothers will transform into The Blood Brothers with costume contests. NoVi will be providing the Bloody Beats with performances by Romance and Denver Miller. So many options of dastardly deeds!
Freaks Just Wanna Have Fun
On October 24, the Mont Blue Resort wants you to let your freak flag fly at the 37th Annual Freakers Ball! This ball is offering four parties in one for all sorts of Halloween fanatics. A costume contest, drink specials all night, go-go dancers and live performances will amount to a promising night of fun. Be a part of Tahoe’s longest running party and purchase your tickets today! With two payments of $30 in advance and $35 the night of, secure your spot now.
Dance all night with Tainted Love at the Creeper’s Ball
Crystal Bay Club Casino hosts the Creeper’s Ball on Oct. 31, 2015 introducing Tainted Love! Put on your All Hallows’ Eve dancing shoes and costume to boogie on Halloween. Tickets are $25 and available to purchase online ahead of time.
Silver Legacy’s Wild Erotic Ball
Adults, get your costumes ready on Oct. 30, 2015 for the 15th annual Wild Erotic Ball hosted by the Silver Legacy. Dress up as whatever you desire and get ready for a night of Halloween antics for the 21 and over crowd. Just pay $20 in advance and $30 at the door for this wild Halloween party!
The Knitting Factory Nightmares in Real Life
This Halloween, bring your nightmares to life with the Nightmare Halloween Party at The Knitting Factory. Dance ‘till your dead with performances by Lumberjvck, Vice Versa, NoizeChemistz, and ReDrew. Get your tickets today!
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