As we get closer to October 31, the spirit of Halloween cultivates around the DFW metroplex in the form of decorations, costumes, haunted houses and of course, Halloween parties. If you’ve ever been to a Dallas Halloween party, you know we like to get in the spirit early and we like to go all-in.
We’ve narrowed down our top three Halloween parties that you won’t want to miss this season. We hope you’ll check them out!
Our first must-attend Halloween bash of the season is Decks in the Park. Taking place in Klyde Warren Park on October 27, this recurring concert series is hosting a Halloween Edition and costume party in one of Dallas’ most remarkable venues located right in the heart of downtown.
This years’ blow-out is free to attend and features a stellar line-up including Sharkweek, The Feels, and Black Frames. Headlining the event will be Irving’s very own Grammy award-winning hip-hop electronic duo Play-N-Skillz.
The event kicks off at 6 p.m. with an after-party for those 21+ at the Foundation Room from 10:30 to 2 p.m.
Second on our list is the Tower of Terror party at the swanky Thanksgiving Tower in downtown Dallas on Saturday, October 29. In partnership with Social Revolt, the Dallas 48 of the youthful professional crew from the Tower Club invite you to face on your fears high above the Dallas skyline on the 48th floor for their Halloween shindig.
Don’t forget to show up in your most spirited costume! There will be prizes for the best dressed of the night!
The Tower Club is holding a contest for free tickets to this event - RSVP at bit.ly/TowerOfTerror48. Tickets are $48 each and include unlimited drinks and appetizers as well as music provided by a live DJ! The party kicks off at 8 pm sharp. You won’t want to miss this great Halloween event; breathtaking city views included.
If all the poshness of Tower of Terror isn’t really your thing, head over to Cedar Springs for the annual Oak Lawn Halloween Block Party.
Essentially a street party, roads are blocked off for the event including live music, performances, food, beer, and more.
The event is free and also takes place on the last Saturday of the month. For more information, visit the official Oaklawn Halloween Block Party 2016 Facebook event page.
With so much happening around the end of October, it can truly be difficult to decide what to do. Luckily, we’ve narrowed it down to the top three for you in hopes of making this decision a bit easier. We can’t wait to see you there!