Dress up and head to Cuff Complex on All Hallows Eve for a viewing of the prerecorded drag show This is Halloween, starring the likes of Miss Texas 1988 (pictured here in all her macabre glory) and Old Witch.
Dress up and head to Cuff Complex on All Hallows' Eve for a viewing of the prerecorded drag show This is Halloween, starring the likes of Miss Texas 1988 (pictured here in all her macabre glory) and Old Witch. Miss Texas 1988 via Instagram

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Halloween is only a week away, and while things are different this year with social distancing still in place, the ultimate witching hour (which will be extra-spooky this year thanks to a full moon) is very much alive and teeming with socially distanced events both online and in-person. We've rounded up the biggest thrills and chills below, from a SLAY Drive-In at On the Boards to Art Save Me's COVID House of Horrors, and from the Hocum Pokem: The Return of the Manderson Sisters (starring Seattle drag stars Jinkx Monsoon and BenDeLaCreme) to Cafe Nordo's BLOODY DELICIOUS: A Dinner in Hallowonderland. For even more options, check out our complete Halloween calendar and our guides to haunted attractions and fall activities around town. 

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ER DADA - a costumes-only party
In lieu of their annual ER Crawl, which lets the hospital-horror side of Halloween shine, Vito's spent the first couple weeks of October inviting patrons to show off their costumes in the most COVID-friendly way possible: without their germy bodies inside them. Now, when you stop by for dine-in through Halloween, you can check out the costumes on display and vote on which lucky winner should get the $500 prize.
Vito's, Downtown (through Oct 31)

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