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Halloween Events in Texas

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If you live in or around the DFW metroplex you will have no trouble finding activities to do all year round. You will not have to look far for activities to do on Halloween either.

Dallas/Fort Worth

Dallas is the third biggest city in Texas and is sure to have several Halloween bashes at nightclubs. The club seen in downtown Dallas is known as Deep Elem where you’ll find all the parties. But, here are a few other activities that are going on in Dallas or in Fort Worth.

Cutting Edge Haunted House is voted one of the best haunted houses in America and is one of the world’s largest walk through haunted houses. This spooky house is sure to scare you and is located in Fort Worth on Lancaster Avenue.

Dragon’s Halloween Ball is the 11th edition of Dallas’s favorite costume party. The location will have four themed rooms, all themed differently. This ADULT ONLY party is sure to be a blast!

Halloween Spooktacular is going to be held on October 30, 2016 at the North Park Center in Dallas.

BloodaPalooza is October 8-10, 2016 at the Dallas Market Hall. BloodaPalooza will have an assortment of midget wrestling, freak shows, suspension acts, horror movies and much more.

Denton

There is always something going on in the city of Denton. Activities usually happen in the historic downtown square or at the civic center. Wherever they are held, it is guaranteed to be an activity for the entire family.

Halloween on-the-Square includes three simultaneous events, trick-or-treating, a treasure hunt and an old west haunted house.

Halloween Grossology at the Emily Fowler Library will gross out anyone. At this event you will make fake blood, vomit, and other gross things. This event is for children ages 8-12 and will be held on October 8, 2016.

 

 

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