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Vegas Bound: Halloween Week 2019


I love every reason to let my inner spook out, so the ENTIRE month of October is an all-out celebration for me! If you're here, you must be getting ready to spend your Halloween in Las Vegas and I could NOT be more excited for you. Whether you are a Las Vegas Local, or here for the weekend, Las Vegas is one of the most amazing places in the world for entertainment, and to take a nice relaxing (or turnt) vacation. As much as Vegas has the reputation to be an Adults only trip, we have tons of spooktacular events for the whole family to enjoy.

If you are heading to Las Vegas to celebrate Halloween, check out the hotel rooms available from my team. We can get rates up to 30% lower than nationally advertised rates all year round, even on national holidays. And when you book with me, you get the option of having me personally help you plan out your vacation specifics and help to manage any last-minute emergencies.

A few tips if you are coming through for the costume contests. Vegas does not come to play, we have world-class SFX artists in town that pull out all the stops! If you are coming to show off your craft don't hold anything back because I guarantee you no one here will! If you are planning on a nightclub costume contest, most casinos have very strict requirements on what you can wear walking through like ABSOLUTELY no nudity or implied nudity (like pasties and thongs), no weapons (not even obviously fake ones), no full face paint or masks, and no skates to name a few. If you have a costume that is a little risky, wear a coat over, lots of the clubs have a coat check for a fee (I know for sure XS, Chateau, and Light have coat checks).

Check out my video on spending Halloween in Las Vegas:

Nikki's Picks:

Here are my TOP Halloween adventures you have to see to believe for 2019:
  • ROCK OF HORROR: Fremont Street Experience October 31st
    With live entertainment from bands to a WICKED show with aerial acts, and a cash costume contest this is a FREE event that you can not miss and you will need to see in person to believe! See below or the link for details.
  • Cardi B @ Kaos October 31st
    See Cardi under the Demon Dome Halloween night! Kaos is Las Vegas' newest superclub at the renovated Palms. Cardi always puts on a performance that will keep you on your feet! Prices for this keep climbing so lock these in ASAP.
  • HallOVeen @ the Magical Forest @ Opportunity Village
    This is a whole family type of event, like a super fun Halloween Carnival with trick-or-treat stations and ticketed rides including a MINI COASTER! There will be a selection of food trucks so you can spend the WHOLE evening here! Open daily Halloween week - Oct31.
  • FREAKLING BROS: Trilogy of Terror
    This is where you go if you want to be real-life horrified. This isn't your cute neighborhood haunted house. The Freakling Bros are coming for a FULL scare you out of your pants vibe, and they never disappoint. So, if extreme fear is your thing (like me), this is a MUST. See hours in the Haunted House section below or link for details.
  • Zombie Paintball Express @ Bonnie Screams
    I've been dreaming of shooting zombies since I was introduced to Zombies in Call Of Duty. This is that in REAL LIFE and I'm obsessed! For $30 you can board the Zombie Paintball Express out in Bonnie Screams and see if you have what it takes to survive a Zombie take over. Count me ALL the way in. Get your tickets at the venue 7- 10:30PM Halloween week or call ahead. See link for details.

Nightclub Events:

Sunday, October 27th:

Monday, October 28th: 


Tuesday, October 29th:

Wednesday, October 30th:


Thursday, October 31st:


Friday, November 1st:
Saturday, November 2nd:

Haunted Houses: 

  • Freakling Bros': Haunted Trilogy
    7pm - 11pm Sunday thru Thursday until the 24th.
    7pm - 12am-midnight Friday & Saturday all month.
    7pm - 12am-midnight Friday the 25th thru Halloween night.
    These are box office hours only. Tickets only available on-site the night of attendance. Cash only ATM available. Trilogy includes: Coven of 13, Gates of Hell (Rated R, 13-16 with a Parent or guardian), Castle Vampyre. Each will require their own ticket, "Freak Pass" available for all 3 at a discount. See link for all details.
  • Las Vegas Haunts - Thurs - Sun 29th, 30th 31st
    Asylum - Haunted Hotel - Tour RUST movie set
    There is also an option to get MARRIED HERE if you're into that.
  • Bonnie Screams
    They have an entire HAUNTED TOWN built out there with 3 haunted houses. This is a Ranch in the middle of the desert so leave your sexy costumes at home for this one, and bring a coat or long sleaves as it can get pretty chilly in the evenings. Open from 6:30-midnight through Halloween Week. Also on site ZOMBIE PAINTBALL EXPRESS!!! You can shoot zombies with paintballs through the windows while you ride a bus through a post-apocalyptic scene. This is my Call Of Duty dream come true.

Escape Rooms: 

  • SAW
    Come see if you have what it takes to escape Jigsaw. General Tickets will be paired with other parties. Purchase Private or Private VIP to go with just your own group.
  • Lost Games
    The Asylum with 2 chapters and a special Halloween edition. See if you can complete the puzzles and face your fears before the time is up. It's going to be dark, you might have to crawl through stuff. I'm already scared thinking about it. They have VERY low successful escape percentages. 

Pumpkin Patch:

  • Halloween Town
    Open Monday - Friday 4pm - 9:30pm, Sat/Sun 11am - 9:30pm
    They have carnival rides and games geared towards age 11 and under, bounce houses, slides, photo ops, activities and lots and lots of pumpkins. Entry is FREE all ages all day, rides and games will cost. Day ride passes $20, Season passes $100. Tickets can be purchased for rides and games on location. 3 convenient locations, see link for details.
  • The Gilcrease Orchard
    See where the pumpkins are actually grown! The apple picking and other fruits and vegetables usually get all picked out before we get anywhere close to Halloween, but it is still amazing to stroll through the orchard and see where everything grows. They have fresh apple cider, apple cider doughnuts, kettle corn and caramel apples for purchase along with pumpkins. Free and open to the public through October 31st on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays only from 7:00am - 2:00 pm.

Special Events

  • Rock of Horror @ Fremont Street Experience 
    No cost and no age limit. People-watching here is an experience in its own right! From the tourists to the street performers! Before you take your young, know that there will be pasties, butt cheeks and sagging you didn't even know was legal to show in public. Fremont Street never closes, so you can enjoy the walk the drinks, the eats (Some restaurants do have hours of operation) and the gaming as much and as long as you want. Halloween specific festivities will run from 2PM to 2AM. Most parking downtown is paid and metered. The costume contest begins at 10 PM.
  • HallOVeen @ The Magical Forest - Opportunity Village
    The Haunted Jungle is calling! Open Sunday- Thursday: 5:30 PM- 9:00 PM and Friday- Saturday: 5:30 PM- 9:30 PM. This family-friendly event and children 3 and under are FREE. They have different ticket options for the different attractions available. General entry is $16.50 per person. They have their own Mini-Escape Rooms, rides, a spooky storytime, nightly entertainment, trick-or-treating, and lost of food and beverage options.
  • Trunk or Treat @ Tivoli 5:30-7:30PM
    Fit4Mom & Tesla Owners’ Club is hosting the Trunk or Treat event at Tivoli. This is an event where your littles can trick or treat and the different car trunks people have decorated for the season! There will be treats, a haunted maze, and a free showing of Coco at 6:30!
  • Day of the Dead @ Tivoli Village - Nov 2nd, 5-10PM
    They haven't released a lineup of events and activities yet, but we can expect live entertainment, games, food, bounce houses, drunk specials, and a classic car show!
  • Downtown Summerlin
    Parade of Mischief - Friday & Sat RIGHT AT 7, I recommend coming around 6-6:30 so you can get a good spot and maybe do a little walk around the shopping center for funzies before the parade. Family-friendly for sure.
    Treat Street - Oct 31st from 5pm to7pm Bring your kids and get candy at the Metro Spooky Block Party! There will be photo ops with the Clark County Fire Department, dress up your pups for a Dog Costume contest benefitting the Animal Foundation, and end the night with The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown screening. 
  • Linq Promenade Events
    Halloween Week they have a "Witching Hour" Stage show at 8, 9, 10 & 11PM. The 26th they have a family-friendly TRIQ or TREAT event from 3-7PM, bring a BIG BAG for all your candy because they have 40+ stops! Finally, November 1st they have a Day of the Dead Art BLOQ parting from noon to 11PM. All Linq events will be family-friendly. 
  • Springs Preserve
    Haunted Harvest Oct 25-27th
    $8 per person from 5-9PM Get the whole family dressed for a spooky night in the BOOtanical Gardens! You'll get trick or treating, craft activities, carnival games, an Undead Haunted maze, live entertainment, spooky train ride ($5), food options, a petting zoo, vendors and more!
    Dia de Muertos Nov 1-3
    4-9PM Celebrate the history and tradition of Dia de Los Muertos. There will be live theater, dance, Alter decoration contest, mariachi, face painting, sugar skull decorating and art exhibit. $12 Adult, $8 Child on day of the event. Kids 2 and younger are free.
  • Halloween Rules - Clark County Parks and Recreation
    The county has put together several safe, free and paid events through the city. There is a Harry Potter night, a swim event, Haunt at the Wetlands, lots of trick or treating, a Monster Mash and so much more. See the link for details. 
  • Town Scary @ Town Square
    Free and open to the public on October 31st, 4pm-7PM. There will be trick or treating at participating stores and restaurants, activities, kids costume contest and more!
  • Hallow-Reef @ Shark Reef Mandalay Bay October 25-27th
    The already exciting Shark Reef @ Mandalay bay is transforming into a Spooky Shipwreck for Hallow-Reef! Kids 12 and under in costume get in free on Friday and discounted Sat & Sun. Guests 16 and older (with parental consent) can donate blood on October 25th with the American Red Cross on-site and receive complimentary admission on that day. See link for details. 
  • Freak On A Leash Halloween
    Children of the KORN (a Korn Tribute band) will be performing live at the House of Blues. See link for details and tickets.
  • Marilyn Manson @ The Pearl Palms

Vegas Shows & Attractions Perfect for Halloween Season

*I have a VIP host I work with personally regularly that can get you discounted rates or in FREE to many night and day club events if you are planning to attend one or any of these events. Send me an email so I can send you his contact info. INFO@Nikkionvegas.com*

**Hakkasan Group looks like they have Halloween weekend packages available, so if you see one event you like from them, you might be able to get 2 events at a discounted rate when buying tickets in advance! They also have the option to buy a bar tab in advance and basically, get in free**

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PLEASE NOTE - While there are a lot of outside links in this post, this is NOT a sponsored post and I am not being paid to suggest these. I am not sponsored by or affiliated with any of the above mentioned unless specifically stated. Payments made are being made directly with the venue and Nikki On Vegas and their affiliates are not responsible or liable for any services or entry. Events are subject to change, and entry is based on the discretion of management at the event/venue. All opinions are my own.

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