Hot Halloween Haunts

A clown checks out the crowd outside of The House of Torment in 2011. Ricardo B. Brazziell/American-Statesman.

A clown checks out the crowd outside of The House of Torment in 2011. Ricardo B. Brazziell/American-Statesman.

Carrie, The Musical

Produced by the Austin Theater Project, this musical based on the famous Stephen King novel promises a prom night you’ll never forget.

Details: Dougherty Arts Center (1110 Barton Springs Rd) Thursday, October 30 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets range from $18-$35.

Halloween Hootenany

The Thinkery (1830 Simond Ave), Austin’s new children’s museum, celebrates the holiday with spooky science, crafts, not-so-scary storytime, and a reptile variety show by All Around Austin Exotic Pets. This is a candy-free event, but kids can come in costume.

Details: Friday, October 31 at 8:30 p.m. Member child $15, member parent $12, non-member child $17, non-member parent $15, children under 2 free.

The House of Torment

The award-winning haunted house has reopened for another year of relentless terror. With three different attractions, even the bravest thrill-seekers will be entertained.

Details: Highland Mall (523 E. Highland Mall Boulevard). Ticket prices vary by day. Check here for times and pricing.

Halloween Kids Party at Whole Foods

A safe, fun event with crafts and healthy festive treats. Kids can have their faces painted to match their costumes, and someone will win the ultimate Halloween drawing prize.

Details: Whole Foods Arbor Trails (4301 W. William Cannon). Friday, October 31, 4-6 p.m. Free admission.

6th Annual Zombie Ball Masquerade 

Featuring Neon Trees, T-Bird and the Breaks, and Dead Love Club, ACL Live’s  Halloween bash promises to be lavishly supernatural. Expect aerial acrobatic performances and a blood red carpet.

Details: ACL Live at Moody Theater (310 Willie Nelson Blvd) October 31 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets range from $35-$65.

 

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