Mischievous Seattle drag queen Cucci Binaca will get extra freaky and stoned at Cucci's Spooky Weed this Halloween. Matt Baume

Now that you've had a few days to recover from all the candy and booze from last weekend's pre-Halloween festivities, it's time for the real witching hours to commence. As promised, we've compiled all the last-minute events under $15 happening on Halloween proper, from places to take your kids (like a Trick-or-Treating in Ballard) to the last haunted attractions of the season (like Columbia City's Fright on 44th), and from dance parties (like Celebrity Skin at Pony) to kooky local traditions (like Fremont's Trolloween). Check out our complete Halloween calendar for even more freakish happenings, including haunted houses, pumpkin patches, and spooky movies playing in theaters.

    COMEDY

  1. Campfire: Improvised Ghost Stories
    Your personal experiences with creepy happenings will fuel the campfire at this improv show.
    (Downtown, $12–$15)

  2. Synprov Corp Presents: The Monster Planet HELLethon Telethon
    Join Synprov Corp, a Seattle-based collective of producers, musicians, sound designers, visual artists, and "B-movie enthusiasts," as they perform an improvised ambient/experimental/drone soundtrack to a mix of B movies provided by Scarecrow Video. In honor of Halloween, the theme this time is "HELLathon Telethon."
    (Downtown, $10)

    KIDS & FAMILY

  3. Des Moines Trick-or-Treat Path
    Businesses along Marine View Drive and Seventh Avenue South will dole out candy to costumed little ones.
    (Des Moines, free)

    Black Fret Concert Series: The Black Tones
    Streaming live from Nectar 10/28 at 8pm
    Happy Halloween! Friday Oct 30 - SAVE 25% Storewide at Herbs House in Ballard.
    Open Daily 8am-10pm - Order Online - People Like Pot - Come Say High!
    Earshot Jazz Festival | Oct 16 – Nov 8
    This week: Ahamefule J. Oluo, Charles Lloyd, Reggie Goings, Bill Frisell, John and Gerald Clayton

  4. Halloween at Burien Farmers Market!
    Wear your costumes for a day of free family-friendly Halloween activities. 
    (Burien, free)

  5. Halloween Family Fun Fest
    Bring the whole family to Bellevue Square for all-ages Halloween fun. 
    (Bellevue, free)

  6. Halloween Fun at Lincoln District Tacoma
    Kiddos can visit Lincoln District businesses marked with orange balloons for special treats. Bring canned goods and other non-perishables for a local Tacoma food bank.
    (Tacoma, free)

  7. Halloween Hurrah!
    Kids and families in the South Sound can spend All Hallows' Eve admiring spooky plants, gobbling sweet treats, and playing games.
    (Tacoma, free)

  8. Halloween Party at Marketplace at Factoria
    Kids can stay warm at this indoor trick-or-treat. 
    (Bellevue, free)

  9. Halloween Trick-Or-Treat Night
    In addition to trick-or-treating from Edmonds businesses, kids and their guardians can enter a costume contest and enjoy a "Thriller" flash mob performance. 
    (Edmonds, free)

  10. Kent Station Halloween
    Kent-dwelling children can win prizes for their killer costumes and go trick-or-treating. 
    (Kent, free)

  11. Licton Springs Halloween Walk
    Meet forest-dwelling critters on a nighttime walk while collecting treats and treasures. 
    (North Seattle, free)

  12. Mad Science Trick-or-Treat
    Tiny chemists can taste "jiggly wiggly teas," participate in hands-on experiments, and gather up sweet treats. 
    (Wallingford, free)

  13. Malloween 2019
    Kiddos can trick-or-treat at Crossroads Mall's outdoor stores. 
    (Bellevue, free)

  14. Monster Walk 2019
    Over 30 businesses in the downtown Woodinville loop will shell out candy to little ones. 
    (Woodinville, free)

  15. Point Ruston Treats
    Shops along Point Ruston will hand out Halloween candy to trick-or-treaters.
    (Tacoma, free)

  16. Proctor Treats
    Show off your costume and scoop up treats at Tacoma's annual trick-or-treat parade in the Proctor District.
    (Tacoma, free)

  17. Redmond Trick-or-Treat Street
    Downtown Bremerton will continue its 23-year-long tradition of providing candy and a family-friendly haunted house to tiny humans. 
    (Redmond, free)

  18. Trick or Treat in Ballard
    Take your little ones trick-or-treating along Ballard Avenue NW and NW Market Street.
    (Ballard, free)

  19. Trick or Treat Roosevelt and Help Fight Hunger in the U District
    U-District/Roosevelt businesses like Scarecrow Video and Ted Brown music will graciously provide sugary sweets to youngins. Plus, the University District Food Bank will host activities.
    (University District, free)

  20. Tricks & Treats
    Kids can hop on a Springfree trampoline and get their faces painted before or after gobbling candy from Redmond merchants.
    (Redmond, free)

  21. Trunk or Treat
    Car trunks will moonlight as candy receptacles to the delight of trick-or-treaters, who can win prizes for their cardboard costumes. There will be hot cider and cocoa for sipping.
    (Lynnwood, free)

  22. Westfield Southcenter Halloween Spooktacular
    Little children can color their own canvas trick-or-treating bags and get their faces painted to match their costumes before setting out to collect candy from participating businesses.
    (Tukwila, free)

    FILM

  23. The Beacon Halloween Special
    Horror movies are one thing, but there's nothing like revisiting that episode of Freaks and Geeks where Lindsay accidentally eggs her little brother while he's trick-or-treating with his friends. The Beacon will pay tribute to your favorite TV shows' quintessential Halloween episodes and shower you with candy. Costumes are obviously encouraged.
    (Columbia City, $13)

  24. Booktoberfest Halloween Horror Movie Marathon
    The Central Library will present four classics that you can watch for free: A Bucket of Blood, Little Shop of Horrors, Carnival of Souls, and Night of the Living Dead (the original).
    (Downtown, free)

  25. The Cabinet of Doctor Caligari
    Removed as they are from the modern movie-going experience, silent movies possess a special kind of hypnotic otherworldliness—and few are stranger than Robert Wiene's 1919 Expressionist masterwork The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, a tale of a malevolent fairground "doctor" and the unfortunate sleepwalker who murders at his command. Don't miss your chance to see this film with a live score by award-winning Seattle keyboardist Wayne Horvitz and his ensemble.
    (Columbia City, donation)

    FOOD & DRINK

  26. All Hallows All Day Happy Hour
    Enjoy happy hour drinks and treats all Hallows' Eve long. 
    (First Hill, free)

  27. Barrel Thief Halloween Dance Party
    Rock your body to haunted tunes and imbibe freakish cocktails almost until the clock strikes midnight. 
    (Fremont, free)

  28. Boos & Views Happy Hour
    Wear your costume and enjoy Brown Sugar Bourbon cocktails from the tippy-top of the city. For even more booze prospects, enter raffles to win products from Heritage Distilling Co.
    (Downtown, free/$12)

  29. Brewlab Halloween Costume Contest
    Sip tasty brews and compete in a costume contest for a $100 Brewlab gift card. 
    (Capitol Hill, free)

  30. Halloween Party & Sinner Bottle Release
    Flying Bike's Saint beer has been barrel-aged into the Sinner, the perfect Halloween imbibement in the form of an Abbey Ale. Bring your kid, your dog, and your costumed self down to try a pint and win prizes. 
    (Greenwood, free)

  31. Halloween Spooky Night
    Wander into Capitol Hill's bustling izakaya Suika for a free appetizer and drink when you wear your costume, plus a lineup of exclusive Halloween specials.
    (Capitol Hill, free)

  32. Hallowine Party!
    Enjoy $5 tastings flights, $6-$8 glass pours, and free snacks at this boozy trick-or-treat.
    (West Seattle, free admission)

  33. Me + All My Boo(ze)'s
    DJ Nano Waku will spin lively tunes for undead party-goers, who can sip themed vodka and whiskey cocktails into the night.
    (Downtown, free)

  34. Snack Attack Halloween Party
    Dress as the comestible of your choice for a food-themed costume contest. Captain Morgan syringe jello shots and Deep Eddy Lemon specimen shots will be on hand.
    (Wallingford, free admission)

  35. Spooky Halloween Happy Hour
    The Fremont bar will shake up some festive libations. 
    (Fremont, free admission)

  36. Trick or Taste
    Set a classy tone for your Halloween festivities with a wine tasting, a champagne room, and pizza at this pre-funk.
    (Sodo, free admission)

  37. Trick or Treat at Locust
    Locust Cider's taproom will be ready and waiting with sweet treats and $1 off pints for customers in costume.
    (Woodinville, free admission)

    GEEK

  38. Geek Out! Trivia Night: Spooky Scary Edition
    Test your aptitude for retaining freaky factoids at this Halloween-themed trivia night.  
    (Capitol Hill, free)

    HAUNTS

  39. The Fright on 44th
    Taking a turn from their previous "haunted hospital" haunts, this free Columbia City fright invites brave bookworms to enter a "haunted library" filled with chilling tales like IT, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, Goosebumps, and other classics.
    (Columbia City, free)

  40. Frighthouse Station Haunted House
    Tacoma-dwelling ghosts and ghouls will lurk in the shadowy corners of two equally creepy haunts.
    (Tacoma, $15)

  41. Frightville
    Run into creepy dolls, ghosts, and all manner of freaks at this Oak Harbor haunt.
    (Oak Harbor, $13)

  42. Nightfall Orphanage - Garage Haunt Experience
    Think you can handle the ghosts that lurk in this haunted orphanage crawling with sinister children? If so, you will be rewarded with candy.
    (West Seattle, free)

    MUSIC

  43. Candi Pop - HALLOWEEN EDITION
    If you own several glitter chokers and routinely take Buzzfeed "Which Spice Girl Are You?" quizzes, the Candi Pop dance night is for you. Wear your costume at this Halloween edition.
    (Capitol Hill, $5)

  44. Dead Icons - Lava Lava Halloween
    Dress up as your favorite dead famous person for the ultimate celebrity gathering with Caitlyn of the North and DJs Andy and Vodka Twist. Speaking of vodka, there will be lots of themed drink specials.
    (Belltown, free)

  45. Doom Funk Halloween Pt. 3: High Pulp, General Mojo's, Cumbieros
    Imbue your Halloween night with a side of funk and psychedelic jazz courtesy of local bands High Pulp, General Mojo's, and Cumbieros.
    (Fremont, $10/$15)

  46. Dracula Party, Total Chroma, Boys in Blush, Evictions
    Local electro-dance duo Dracula Party will capitalize on their Halloween-y moniker with support from Vancouver's Total Chroma, Boys in Blush, and Evictions.
    (Pioneer Square, $8)

  47. Experimental Halloween: Raf Vertessen (NY), Will Greene (NY), Casey Adams & Tom Scully, Noel Kennon
    Get weird on Halloween with assistance from experimental music artists Raf Vertessen, Will Greene, Casey Adams, Tom Scully, and Noel Kennon.
    (Capitol Hill, $5-$15)

  48. Gothaween with DJ Mike Steve
    Gather your best goths for a night of gloom, doom, and dancing with DJ Mike Steve, who will be spinning classics by the Cure, Siouxsie and the Banshees, and the like. 
    (Capitol Hill, free)

  49. Halloween Bash with Monsterwatch, Clean Lines, Flesh Produce
    From their names alone, local groups Monsterwatch and Flesh Produce were made to co-headline a bill on Halloween night. The local garage rockers and experimental noise-pop bands will be joined by glam power-pop band Clean Lines.
    (Belltown, $10)

  50. Halloween Costume Contest and Shed Boys
    Dress your family in matching costumes and head on down to this all-ages bash with live music from the Shed Boys.
    (Beacon Hill, free)

  51. Halloween Dance Nite: Purple Mane vs. The George Michaels
    Zap yourself back to the '80s with a night of covers by departed angels of rock Prince and George Michael. You could win up to $200 if your costume is cool enough.
    (Tacoma, $12)

  52. Halloween Night at Sneaky Tiki
    DJs Tone and Rocryte will spin late into the night on Halloween.
    (Georgetown, free)

  53. Halloween Party - The Biggest Scary Night
    Dance to Latin beats all night long in your costume.
    (Pioneer Square, free)

  54. Halloween Party! Steel Tigers of Death, SEMINARS, Snow White and the Baby Eaters
    Post-punk foursome Steel Tigers of Death will post up in Tukwila on Halloween night with support from Wipers tribute band Seminars and Seattle thrashers Snow White and the Baby Eaters. 
    (Tukwila, $7)

  55. Halloween with Swindler
    Funk, jazz, and psychedelic rock will collide at this Halloween show with local band Swindler. 
    (Downtown)

  56. Halloween Tribute Band Show!
    Help summon the ghost of Kurt Cobain back to Seattle for All Hallows' Eve at this cover show featuring songs by Nirvana, Judas Priest, Celtic Frost, and other such bands.
    (Capitol Hill, $10)

  57. Halloween! Thou Shall Kill, Spiderface, The Problem, The Aimlows
    When you're not dancing local rockers Thou Shall Kill, Spiderface, the Problem, and the Aimlows, enter contests to win prizes for your costume and your blood-curdling scream. 
    (Shoreline, $7)

  58. Hellbat, Shower Scum, Proud Dad
    Local punk-rockers Hellbat will release a new EP on Halloween rife with "organ-heavy monster songs." Kids and adults alike can eat ice cream and thrash along to their set after those of Shower Scum and Proud Dad. 
    (Capitol Hill, free)

  59. Honkytonk Hellhouse Halloween
    It's a haunted hootenanny of dreary ditties with local country-rock bands Country Lips, the Brent Amaker Death Squad, and DJ Sick Sid. 
    (Belltown, free)

  60. I Heart Scary-Oke Halloween Party!
    Wear your plastic (or real) fangs and belt out wicked ballads at this special Halloween edition of I Heart Karaoke.
    (White Center, free)

  61. Jagermeister Halloween Party
    Knock back shots of Jagermeister for $5 a pop (use caution, drink water, bring a buddy, etc.) and show off your costume for the chance to win a nice wad of cash and/or a trip to Las Vegas. 
    (Pioneer Square, free)

  62. KEXP & Veracity Present Hellaween
    On Halloween, join killer locals Perry Porter, Cosmos the Band, and TALAYA (as well as DJ Stass THEE Boss) for some spooky all-ages revelry.
    (Seattle Center, $10)

  63. Kuinka's Halloween Ball with Vaudeville Etiquette
    Defiantly alternative string band Kuinka make "backyard folk" elevated to an almost orchestral level with input from classic string band instrumentation, weighty percussion, the integration of electronic sound production, cello, and six-string ukulele. Join the Seattle quintet and alt-Americana band Vaudeville Etiquette for a harmony-filled Halloween.
    (Tacoma, $12/$15)

  64. Latino Halloween Party & Costume Contest
    Local DJ stalwarts Precision and Mauro will spin salsa, bachata, merengue, and other Latin party beats at this dance party and costume contest with cash prizes.
    (Pioneer Square, $5)

  65. Midnight Mindstate Presents: MNMS Fright Night Halloween Party!
    Local artists Djime, Misfit Yeager, Ossor Matus, Thom Baum, and Jules Attempt will provide an evening of live electronic music. Dance around and show off your costume for the chance to win a crisp $100 bill. 
    (Capitol Hill, free)

  66. No Idol Music Halloween Bash
    Independent music collective No Idol will present a night of hip-hop and R&B by local artists Ragustax, Single Letter D, and Enzzo, plus a Halloween costume contest.
    (Rainier Valley, $5)

  67. Snap '90s vs Swayze '80s Halloween Dance Party
    Two Lo-Fi dance nights will morph into one for a positively freakish mashup of '80s and '90s jams with DJs Ben MEadow, Introcut, AC Lewis, and Mad Max. Costumes are highly encouraged. 
    (Eastlake, $10)

  68. sPiN! sPiN! sPooKy!: Enchanted Forest
    DJs Jimni Cricket and Ian K will rock your world for five hours of "mystic madness" at this haunted forest-themed bash. Win prizes for your costume and your pumpkin-carving skills. 
    (University District, free)

  69. Subjunctives, Cosgrove, Far Flung Future, Some Rules
    Wear a costume you don't mind getting sweaty in at this pop-punk show with locals the Subjunctives, Cosgrove, Far Flung Future, and Some Rules.
    (University District, $7)

  70. Sundog, James Anaya and The Current, Dirty Rugs, Afterparty DJs
    High-energy rock quartet Sundog will headline this Halloween show with featured sets by James Anaya and the Current, Dirty Rugs, and Afterparty DJs.
    (Capitol Hill, $8/$10)

  71. Tenth Aesthetic: Halloween
    Obscure yourself in a cloud of dark techno (and a costume) with Binah, Ol' Skinny, Jaime Cereus, and Alec Heart. 
    (Downtown, $5/$10)

  72. A Very JADED Halloween
    DJs Jade, Morgue Anne, and Daemon Chadeau will head up a Halloween party for your modern jaded self with '80s goth, darkwave, and industrial beats. 
    (Pioneer Square, $5)

  73. A Very Marmalade Halloween Special!
    This Thursday-night funk, soul, reggae, hip-hop, and jazz dance party will get the Halloween treatment (which means you should wear a costume).
    (Fremont, $7)

    PARTIES

  74. Beer Junction Halloween Party
    The West Seattle beer establishment will host a spooky good time for costumed brew enthusiasts. 
    (West Seattle, free)

  75. Beetlejuice Halloween
    The Tin Hat will pay homage to the Tim Burton '80s classic with a costume contest, family karaoke, DJ music, and trivia from Trivia o Muerte, plus drink specials like Rogue Dead Guy Whiskey and Ale.
    (Ballard, free)

  76. Chupacabra Halloween Party 2019
    DJ Fred Eddison will spin into the wee hours on the spookiest night of the year. 
    (West Seattle, free)

  77. Corvus Halloween Party
    KEXP DJs and self-proclaimed goth twins Abbie and Atticus will combine their powers for a night of drink specials and costume prizes.
    (Capitol Hill, free)

  78. Dino's Halloween Dance Party With Amateur Hour!
    The Jersey-style pizzeria promises zombie slushies, pizza, dancing, and "epic recreation" with DJ duo Amateur Hour.
    (Capitol Hill, free)

  79. Eternal Night at W Seattle
    Make use of those precious pearls for a vintage-inspired Halloween soiree. The decor will be spooky, the drinks will be themed, and the DJ will be Mike Illvester.
    (Downtown, free)

  80. Ghost of '70s Past Halloween Bash
    Plaster on a fake 'stache and head to any of Big Mario's three locations for a midnight contest to determine who can most resemble the local pizzeria's fictional founder and logo Mario for a cash prize. $7 Minderasers with Absolut Vodka and Kahlua will be available all day.
    (Various locations, free)

  81. GOTH BAR
    Pile on your black eyeliner and skulk to dark and bewitching sets from DJs Retina Burn and Reptile House as Gold Bar transforms into Goth Bar on Halloween. 
    (South Lake Union, free)

  82. Halloween at Camp Linda’s!
    Use the buddy system and follow the sound of DJ Paco's spooky camp songs to Linda's, where you can enter a costume contest, dance into the night, drink booze, and hear about ghostly legends.
    (Capitol Hill, free)

  83. Halloween at Copious
    Kids can trick-or-treat while parents and guardians grab a drink at the bar. Be sure to wear a costume for the chance to win prizes and to experience the thrill of walking down the catwalk in a Halloween fashion show.
    (Ballard, free)

  84. Halloween Crystal Ball at the Mountaineering Club
    Tap into your mystical side with a tarot reading, an art installation by Overall Creative, tunes by Fat Forehead, and fake aura photos.
    (University District, free)

  85. Halloween w/ DJ Nicki Danger
    The treats will override the tricks at this Halloween-night costume party with DJ Nicki Danger. 
    (White Center, free)

  86. Halloween at Stampede
    The vibe-y Fremont cocktail lounge Stampede Cocktail Club will offer a costume contest, tarot reading, drink specials, dumplings from Little Ting's, and spooky music.
    (Fremont, free)

  87. A Halloween Weekend at Kangaroo & Kiwi
    Starting with a keg party (Thurs) and moving along with a Día de los Muertos fiesta (Fri) and post-Halloween party (Sat), this three-day affair promises live DJs and prizes. 
    (Ballard, free)

  88. Kate's Big Halloween Bash
    Stop by Kate's on the most ghoulish night of the year to sing karaoke and enter a costume contest to win prizes.


    (Wallingford, free)

  89. King's Haunted House
    Sidlicious El DJ will spin a web of tunes and drink specials will flow from beyond the grave at this haunted house and costume party.
    (Ballard, free)

  90. Neon Boo!
    Groove to jams by DJs Lex FX and Lindstrom, get your photo snapped by former Stranger photographer Kelly O (she of "Drunk of the Week"), down $2 PBR, and participate in a costume contest.
    (Belltown, free)

  91. The Nightmare Continues
    The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence will host a spooky and kooky party filled with drag, music, and costume contest prizes. The theme is "Villains," so practice your sinister cackle. 
    (Capitol Hill, free)

  92. Official White Claw Halloween Party
    Everyone's favorite alcoholic seltzer is the official sponsor of this EDM festival-like Halloween bash, complete with an LED light display, a flower selfie wall, and live DJs.
    (Belltown, free)

  93. Seance: Dance with the Dead Halloween Party
    Reminding you that they are housed in a former 1920s funeral parlor, the Capitol Hill watering hole the Pine Box will throw a seance-themed shindig with New Belgium beer, a costume contest, spooky flicks on a projector, and music from DJs Wax Witch and Kool Hand.
    (Capitol Hill, free)

  94. Spellbound
    A tarot reader will call upon spirits while you drink spirits made with Don Julio tequila.
    (Belltown, free)

  95. Trolloween
    The birthday of the Fremont Troll is fatefully aligned with All Hallows' Eve, giving the Fremont Arts Council a better reason than ever to gather under the bridge and dance into the night before galavanting through the neighborhood in the Haunt of Fremont procession (led this year by Brazilian drum and dance group VamoLá). After all of that, keep the party going at the Ballroom with a "Troll-a-keg" provided by Fremont Brewing.
    (Fremont, free)

  96. Underdog's Halloween Bash 2019
    Guzzle Rainier, win prizes for your costume, and dance into the night. 
    (Capitol Hill, free)

  97. A Very Haunted Halloween Party
    Sip cocktail specials with names like the "No Brainer," "Final Destination," and "Redrum Jello Shots" as you vie for cash prizes in a costume contest. 
    (Capitol Hill, free)

    PERFORMANCE

  98. Hell on Wheels
    Local queen Jackie Hell, performance art duo L80, and glam-rock band T-rox will keep you entertained while you skate around in your costume. 
    (White Center, $15)

  99. A Tim Burton Variety Show
    The daring drag queens of WEIRD will host a night of tributes to queens of hearts, scissorhands, skellingtons, and other Tim Burton creatures.
    (Downtown, $12)

    PETS

  100. Free Seattle Meowtropolitan Visit on Halloween Day
    Before you run out of your house toward the promise of adorable kitties, make sure you are dressed as a cat—your costume will earn you a free visit to this cat cafe. 
    (Ballard, free)

  101. Growl-O-Ween
    Dress up your pooch and yourself to win cool prizes, like a free photo with Santa in December, Stoup swag, gift certificates, and more. 
    (Ballard, free)

  102. Halloween Yappy Hour & Costume Contest
    Dogs and humans alike can sport their Halloween best, snap pics in a photo booth, and come away with new dog toys rendered at a DIY rope toy station. 
    (Queen Anne, free)

  103. Howl-O-Ween Dog Costume Contest
    In case you need to be convinced to watch dogs trot around in costumes alongside their loving owners, who will likely also be decked out in a Halloween getup, know that this event will also have lots of beer, as well as live music by Judd Wasserman.
    (Ballard, free)

    QUEER

  104. Celebrity Skin
    As the realm between the living and the dead opens up for All Hallows', take the opportunity to rub elbows with your favorite departed celebrities as personified by living drag queens Shartney Love and Americano. Resident DJs Freddy King of Pants and Sling Dion will spin those sexy-spooky cuts.
    (Capitol Hill, free)

  105. Cucci's Spooky Weed
    Cucci Binaca, a mischievous ringleader in Seattle’s drag scene, is potty-mouthed, perpetually stoned, and the conservative right’s worst nightmare, which makes her a favorite here at The Stranger. In Cucci’s Spooky Weed, she invites drag performers to create numbers that are both spooky and stoned, and it’s a riot (sometimes literally). Get hella high before you go, and be prepared for performers who are more likely to spend their number bleeding onto a canvas than lip-synching to Britney Spears.
    (Downtown, $10)

  106. Queer Horror Story Halloween Party
    DJs Ricki Leigh and Reece's Pieces will keep things sexy at this gender-inclusive, body-positive Halloween bash. 
    (Capitol Hill, $10)

    SHOPPING

  107. The Witching Hour: Spiked Sips and Sinful Shopping
    Stop by Babeland for complimentary bubbly, sweets, and discounts on sexy supplies before the Halloween witching hour. 
    (Capitol Hill, free)

    SPORTS & RECREATION

  108. Lights Out Climbing
    Pretend you're scaling an eerie mountain in the dark, equipped with only a headlamp, as the climbing gym turns off all its lights, blasts music from a live DJ, and summons creepy crawly creatures from behind the walls.
    (Interbay, $10)

    VISUAL ART

  109. Halloween Tour 2019
    Step inside a world of temptresses and enchanting occultists in Unsettling Femininity: Selections from the Frye Art Museum Collection in the Frye's special Halloween tour, which also includes Pierre Leguillon's exhibition Arbus Bonus.
    (First Hill, free)

  110. Trick or Treat: Halloween at Push/Pull
    Stop by the underground art shop to show off your costume and pick up some "sweet and spooky" treats (for all ages!).
    (Ballard, free)