Below is a list of Seattle and Eastside neighborhoods hosting Halloween events. Have fun and make sure to follow the links for full details!
If you live in the area, or want to experience Broadway in all its spooktacular glory, the Capitol Hill Seattle blog has posted a “candy forecast map” showcasing the best places to find your treats, and in this case, some tricks!! They’ve highlighted the best door-to-door trick-or-treating that can be found in the neighborhood whose homes offer goodies and ghoulish displays. Hauntedbroadway.com also offers a guide to activites from parades to costume contests. Make sure to take a look at the post on capitolhillseattle.com if you want enjoy Halloween on Haunted (Capitol) Hill!!
Just a bit east, in Madison Park, a ghostly gala will be taking place as well!! The Madisonparkblogger.com gives their vampy version’s details, which will take place on Saturday with most businesses participating in the trick or treating. Click the link above for more information.
Madrona is also hosting a spooky spectacle dubbed the “Halloween Extravaganza” which will be at the Madrona Playfield. With candy, storytime, games, drinks and a carnival, you won’t want to miss it!! Click the link above for more information.
Queen Anne was recently voted one of the best neighborhoods for trick or treating (zillow.com). So if you have kiddies, take a stroll through Queen Anne and look at their map to find the best treats! Courtesy of their blog, Queenanneview.com, they’ve listed a few other frightful festivities for you to enjoy including the Halloween Carnival, a special Farmer’s Market, and a Halloween party at Queen Anne Manor. Follow the link above for more details on how you can participate!!
For you Ballard residents, Holman Road will now be hosting a trick-or-treat event. Carkeek Plaza and Holman Road Square businesses will be handing out candy on Halloween day. Many of the stores will have specials and free services, like face painting and massages. Follow the link for more information!
Will you be in West Seattle this Halloween? If so, check out this unique celebration. This year, the 4th Annual Skeleton Theatre, a famous animatronic outdoor production has a rock n’roll theme. With Free entrance and some ‘bone’ chilling performances on Sunday and Monday night, you’re sure to have a good time. See more above by clicking the link!.
It looks like Bellevue businesses will be taking part in the trick-or-treating also! Old Bellevue is hosting the event on Halloween day from 2:00-5:00. Bellevue Square is having it’s own funfest on Sunday complete with tricks, treats, clowns, and fun for kids. For you grownups, the 520 Bar & Grill has it’s Halloween Party on Saturday nights. Enjoy some creepy cocktails and dance the night away! See downtownbelleve.com for more information.