The scary season of your wildest dreams (or nightmares!) is awaiting you in Fayetteville! For the entire month of October, Fayetteville really gets into the fall spirit – everywhere you turn, you’ll find pumpkin patches, autumnal activities, and tricks or treats for all ages. There are also an incredible number of opportunities to turn up in the fright in Fayetteville, if you beware.

Make your plans now to spend a Halloweekend in Fayetteville by finding the best event, party, or activity for you and your boo crew below:


Halloween and Fall Activities in Fayetteville for 2022

Pumpkin Patches | Haunted Houses | Nightmare on Block Street | Adult Halloween Parties | Family Friendly | Dogs | Crafts & Activities | Film Screenings | Live Music

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Pumpkin Patches+

Reagan Family Farm
Thursdays-Sundays through October 31
Saturdays through the fall/until sold out
Reagan Family Farm | 241 E 13th St

If you’re hunting for pumpkins in a range of colors or gourds of all shapes and sizes to round out your holiday decor, we insist on a stop at this small family-owned farm! Beyond the pumpkin patch, you’ll find a wide selection of mums, corn stalk bundles, and straw bales for sale, which you can explore while munching on a locally-baked treat. While you’re at the farm, you can even purchase some fresh local honey and eggs to take home with you!

SUMC Youth Pumpkin Patch
Sundays-Saturdays through October 31
Sequoyah UMC | 1910 Old Wire Rd

Thousands of pumpkins are unloaded each fall for this annual event where a large group of youth create and organize an enormous pumpkin patch for the public! Pumpkins and gourds from itty bitty to huge are available for the picking, with all proceeds from the patch benefitting the Navajo Indian reservation in northwest New Mexico.

🐈‍⬛ Community Pumpkin Pageant
Wednesday, November 2 | 5:00-6:30pm
Lower Ramble | Fay Jones Woods

Give your carved pumpkin one more chance at life by displaying it at the Ramble! Check in to receive an electric tea light, which you can place in your carved pumpkin before selecting a spot to display it along the Canopy Walk. Browse the community display and vote for your favorite - ribbons for Best in Show will be presented at 6:30pm. Pumpkins will be recycled and composted free of charge following the event.

Haunted Houses


Banshee Manor
Fridays-Sundays, October 14-31 (ages 6+)
Inside Lokomotion Family Fun Park

If you want to visit a haunted house in Fayetteville, you’re heading to Banshee Manor. Get your scare on with a medieval themed tour that promises to make you scream! For the littles and those who don’t love a surprise fright, there is a “No Scare” tour offered on Thursday, October 27.

Nightmare on Block Street


Nightmare on Block Street
Daily from September 30-November 1 (ages 21+)
Pinpoint | 23 N Block Ave

“Nightmare on Block Street” is both a month-long series of Halloween experiences and the name for the creepified pop-up version of Pinpoint that exists each October! The bar is covered in Halloween paraphernalia, featuring themed areas, immersive seating experiences, a temporary lineup of seasonal pinball machines, and a themed cocktail menu, including the reservation-only Boo-tiki menu exclusively served on Monday nights (but regular hours on Halloween Night!). Come dressed in costume for drink specials!

Conjuring & Other Sins
Fridays & Saturdays September 30-October 31 (ages 16+)
100 W Center (formerly the Nines Alley bar)

Join an intimate group for a theatrical live seance experience in one of downtown Fayetteville’s oldest buildings! You’ll experience cursed artifacts, poltergeists, haunted dolls and more during this thrilling encounter. Presented as part of Nightmare on Block Street.

Adult Halloween Parties

Pirates of the Caribbean Halloween Bar
October 20-31
Lambeth Lounge

Head to Lambeth Lounge, located within the Inn at Carnall Hall, for a haunted tiki bar experience with a pirate theme to boot! The pop-up will be serving a limited-time menu of themed craft cocktails to get you in the mood for scary season. Halloween Day will be celebrated as a full-fledged party to close out the pop-up, so break out your costumes if you’re heading to Lambeth Lounge for the big day.

🐈‍⬛ Halloween Week at Maxine’s
Sunday, October 23-Monday October 31
Maxine’s Tap Room | 107 N Block

Fall down the Rabbit Hole at Maxine’s on Block! Local artists have created an over-the-top space in the bar to help celebrate the final Halloweek of the month. Costumes are encouraged all week long – Alice in Wonderland themed or not! Patrons can enjoy three flavors of “tea party” shots and a lighted dance floor for the weekend, when the party really begins.

🎃 Halloween Party
Monday, October 31 | 3:00-9:00pm
Nomads Trailside | 1863 N Pluto Dr

Party on Halloween Day beginning at 3:00pm with Nomads! No purchase is necessary to attend, but there will be a special Halloween cocktail available plus drink specials, discounted burgers, and $8 bottles of champagne available. Wear your costume for a chance to win gift cards and merchandise – best costume and two runners up will be announced at 7:30pm.

🐈‍⬛ Monster Bash Karaoke Contest 
Monday, October 31 | 7:00pm
The Piano Bar | 230 W Dickson St

Let your monster vocals out for a night of Halloween Karaoke at The Piano Bar on Dickson Street! Cash prizes will be given for favorite performances, with Karaoke provided by Kuri Haus Karaoke. Suit up in costume and warm up your pipes for your best rendition of Monster Mash!

Family Friendly/Events for Kids

👻 Trick or Treat with TheatreSquared!
Monday, October 31 | 4:00pm
TheatreSquared

Join the crew at T2 for a fun-filled Halloween Day event with free admission! There will be games for kids and adults, cocktails and mocktails available for purchase, and plenty of free candy for the kiddos. Be sure to register in advance.

🐈‍⬛ Trick or Treat on the Trail
Monday, October 31 | 4:00-6:30pm
Lower Ramble | Fay Jones Woods

Trick-or-treaters and their families are invited to explore the trails of the newly opened Lower Ramble as they collect candy at stops along the way! Trick or Treat on the Trail is a new event being put on by the City of Fayetteville in lieu of the popular “Trick or Treat on the Square” event held by Experience Fayetteville in years prior.

🐈‍⬛ Mall-O-Ween 
Monday, October 31 | 5:00-7:00pm
Northwest Arkansas Mall

Children ages 12 and under are invited to stroll the halls of the NWA Mall and trick-or-treat at participating merchants! Goodies and treat bags will be available for free at this Halloween event while supplies last.

Film Screenings

The Rocky Horror Picture Show Halloween Party
Monday, October 31 | 8:00pm
Walton Arts Center

The annual romp celebrating the queen of cult classics is back at the Walton Arts Center. Bring your own props (or buy a bag at the door) and come decked out in your most fabulous costume for an interactive screening of The Rocky Horror Picture show! The hilarious and zany antics through the film – and the things that are certain to happen in the audience – promise to be a frightfully good time.

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Arkansas-Made Horror Film Screenings
Wednesdays October 5 & 12 | 6:30pm
Mount Sequoyah Retreat Center

The Arkansas Cinema Society is bringing nightmares to life with two screenings of feature-length horror films created by Arkansans. Drinks and snacks are included with your ticket so you can really settle into the whole movie-going experience! Presented as part of Nightmare on Block Street.

Nosferatu: Symphony of Horror Film Screening
Thursday, October 13 | 7:00-10:00pm (all ages)
Likewise

F. W. Murnau’s 1922 silent film classic pairs with an eerie score from Thought Form Collective for an ultra-scary showing! Likewise in downtown Fayetteville is small and has incredible acoustics that make this type of screening particularly creepy. Free and open to the public.

Winemaking with Spooky Treats
Thursday, October 13 | 6:30-8:00pm
Urban Cellar Winery | 2901 E Zion Rd

Northwest Arkansas’ only urban winery in Fayetteville is hosting a Halloween edition of their popular winemaking classes, with scary charcuterie to match! Sign up for a guided winemaking class to see the process firsthand and get in on the action. You’ll learn some history, sip on wine samples, enjoy spooky delights, and have a devilishly good time!

OZCX Weekend
Friday-Sunday, October 14-16
Centennial Park

Costumes are encouraged all weekend long for OZCX, a donate-to-spectate cyclo-cross festival taking place in Centennial Park at Millsap Mountain. There are a series of fun community cycling events for adults and kids of all ages that are best raced in costume, plus plenty of races to watch! Trick or Treat at OZCX and the Walmart Spooky Street Expo every day of the festival, with candy available at 30+ expo booths near the course. Face painting will be available on Saturday and Sunday in case you forget your costume at home!

Dracula by Ballet Arkansas
Friday-Saturday, October 14 & 15 | 7:00p
Fayetteville Public Library Event Center

Dance troupe Ballet Arkansas, hailing from Little Rock, will perform two renditions of their reimagined Dracula at the Fayetteville Public Library this fall. Complete with live dance and visually stunning multimedia effects, we can guarantee you’ve never seen Bram Stoker’s classic vampire story told quite like this. Presented as part of Nightmare on Block Street.

A Nightmare on Center Street
Saturday, October 15 | 8:00pm
The AM/PM Bar | 546 W Center St

If you’ve ever thought to yourself, “I wish this burlesque show were a little more terrifying”, have we got the show for you! Punk rock meeks spine-chilling burlesque performances for a Halloween celebration to remember. With four performances to see and live music to enjoy all, you’ll be howling with delight.

DIY Succulent Pumpkin
October 2, 4, 16, 18
Botanical Garden of the Ozarks

Create a fun and festive succulent pumpkin, led by BGO’s very own garden designer. All supplies are provided, and participants will go home with their own designed pumpkin stuffed with a long-lasting succulent arrangement!

Hocus Pocus Cake Workshop
Sunday, October 16 | 1:00-3:00pm
Nellie B’s Bakery | 2129 N Center St

Join local bakery Nellie B’s for a guided DIY Halloween-inspired cake workshop! All materials and supplies will be provided so you can make and decorate a Hocus Pocus cauldron cake to take home. Decorate with bubbles, colored icing, and creature features to make it your own, all with the help of professionals.

Pumpkin Carving Contest
Wednesday, October 19 | 6:00pm
Mojo’s Pints & Pies | 1200 Garland Ave

Pumpkins and pizza may not be the most natural fall pairing around, but at Mojo’s Pints & Pies, Halloween is an occasion to celebrate! Grab a slice before you get to work carving your masterpiece for the full experience. There’s a $100 gift card on the line for the pumpkin carving champion of the evening!

Night in the Museum
Friday, October 21 | 6:00pm
Arkansas Air & Military Museum

A kid-centered Halloween celebration with a trunk-or-treat set up in the White Hangar! Come dressed in costumes and ready to get some candy. If you stick around long enough (say, 7:00pm), you might just see a little history come to life in the museum.

Trick or Treat Pack Walk
Friday, October 21 | 5:30-7:00pm
Big Paws of the Ozarks | 121 W Township

Bring your furry friend and hang out with other folks and theirs, alongside some adorable costumes, of course! Pup-centric trick-or-treating stations will be available for all doggy attendees. The event is free, but donations are accepted in support of Big Paws.

🎃 Howl-O-Ween Pawty!
Saturday, October 22 | 3:00pm
School for Dogs | 3826 N Front St

You and your pup will have a doggone good time at this dog friendly Halloween event in Fayetteville! All friendly and vaccinated dogs are welcome to come dressed for a costume contest, conquer the Tunnel of Terror, and follow their noses to some special treats! Dog games and raffle items to benefit For Pet’s Sake will also be available.

🎃 Subaru Loves Pets: Costume Contest and Adoption Event
Saturday, October 22 | 10:00am-12:00pm
Ozark Natural Foods | 380 N College Ave

Swing by your friendly Fayetteville grocery co-op to see an adorable adoptable dog costume contest! While you’re there, you’ll have a chance to win some swag bags from the organizers – and maybe meet your newest furry BFF. Grab a coffee or a cocktail to sip on the Co-Op patio while you enjoy the most adorable Halloween costume parade of dogs!

Monster Mash Night Market
Saturday, October 22 | 6:00-11:00pm
Likewise | 70 N College Ave

Local bands and DJs, food trucks, artists, and makers are all joining together for the Monster Mash! Attendance is free, if you can resist the supernatural sales. From 8:00-11:00pm, cocktails and mocktails will be served by The AM/PM Bar to accompany two live musical performances.

Monster Mash Night Market
Saturday, October 22 | 6:00-11:00pm
Likewise | 70 N College Ave

Local bands and DJs, food trucks, artists, and makers are all joining together for the Monster Mash! Attendance is free, if you can resist the supernatural sales. From 8:00-11:00pm, cocktails and mocktails will be served by The AM/PM Bar to accompany two live musical performances.

👻 Bugsy’s Pumpkin Carving Party 
Sunday, October 23 | 6:00-9:00pm (ages 21+)
Bugsy’s

Held at popular Dickson Street bar Bugsy’s, this pumpkin carving contest is strictly for the grown-ups! A few pumpkins will be available for the early birds, but otherwise plan to BYOP. Hot apple cider with vodka infused whipped cream and light snacks will be served to provide inspiration as you carve away. Judging and prizes for best pumpkin take place at 9pm.

Ghoulish Gala
Sunday, October 23 | 7:00pm
Mermaids | 2217 N College Ave

A bewitching Halloween burlesque show featuring a costume contest with prizes is the centerpiece of the Ghoulish Gala. See six performers and enjoy a pop-up speakeasy with a not-revealed-to-the-public entrance.

🎃 Halloween Pack Walk
Sunday, October 23 | 9:00am
Lake Fayetteville Veteran’s Park | 1350 E Zion Rd

Join fellow dog owners and their furry friends for a 5-mile walk around Lake Fayetteville during the height of fall color! Dog costumes are encouraged for this free community event that’s fun for the whole family. Meet at Veteran’s Park to depart with the group for a Halloween Hike!

Halloween-Themed Trivia
Tuesdays October 11, 18, 25
Puritan Coffee & Beer

Are your trivia skills hair-raisingly good? Try your hand at Puritan’s series of casual trivia nights to put you in the scary spirit, featuring topics like Twilight, general knowledge, and Stranger Things

Halloween Costume Parade
Wednesday, October 26 | 9:00-11:00am
Botanical Garden of the Ozarks

Come dressed in your costume for some delightful Halloween adventuring through the Garden at this frightfully fun drop-in event. If you’re looking for a safe and/or low-key way to get into the Halloween spirit, this is the event for you! There will be live music, goodies, and games alongside the parade. Though it’s geared toward preschoolers, the event and costume parade are open to all ages.

🎃 Adult Skate Costume Party
Thursday, October 27 | 8:00-11:00pm (ages 18+)
Starlight Skatium | 612 N College Ave

Strap up your skates and grab your grooviest costume for the inaugural Halloween Skate at Starlight Skatium in Fayetteville, AR! Cash prizes will be offered for best costumes in the categories of scariest, funniest, and best overall. Skate the night away in Halloween style with your best guys and ghouls for a nostalgic and frightfully fun evening at this classic skating rink setup that you’re guaranteed to love!

🐈‍⬛ Carving Clay Luminaries 
Thursday, October 27 | 6:00-8:00pm
Likewise

Join the ceramic artists behind Christina Blackwood Pottery & By And By Studio to carve red clay luminaries just in time for Halloween! There’s no experience required and you’re invited to make the piece your own - whether that’s a classic jack-o-lantern, a ghastly design, or a design that you print and bring from home. All supplies are provided for this evening of creepy crafting at Likewise!

👻 Fall Frenzy 2022: Thursday Night Thriller
Thursday, October 27 | 6:30-9:00pm
Art Ventures NWA

As part of their week-long Fall Frenzy event, Art Ventures is hosting a Hocus Pocus 2 watch party at the gallery! Catch a screening of the new film to get you ready for Halloween - just around the bend. Free to attend, and food and drinks will be provided.

🎃 Helloween of Riffs Costume Party
Wednesday, October 26 | 7:30pm
Nomads Trailside | 1863 N Pluto Dr

Catch live performances by Fromjoy, The Salesman, Ghost Hollow, and Take//Rest at Nomads Trailside for this HELLOWEEN celebration! Wear a costume to the show and you can enter your name at the door to win a shirt from any of the bands performing!

Fall on the Farm
Thursdays-Sundays until October 30
Rivercrest Orchard at McGarrah Farms

Originally known for their infamous fall Corn Maze, Rivercrest Orchard at McGarrah Farms has now expanded and additionally offers pumpkin and sunflower patches, pick-your-own apples, face painting, apple blasters, bounce pillows, low ropes courses, a barrel train, bubble barn, hayrides, ziplines, a grain train, a trackless train, corn cribs, a fall ball zone, a barn chute slide, bumper cars, and a 6-acre barnyard play area. They even have concessions – and let us tell you, the cider donuts alone are worth the trip. 

👻 Fall Frenzy 2022: Pumpkin Carving Contest 
Sunday, October 23-Sunday, October 30
Art Ventures NWA

Through the week of Fall Frenzy, folks are encouraged to drop off a carved pumpkin at Art Ventures to be entered in their pumpkin carving contest! You can provide your own pumpkin or pick one up at Art Ventures between October 23-28. Entries must be returned by the 30th at the latest, with the winner announced on October 31st. It’s worth driving by that week to see the Jack-O-Lanterns filling the porch of Art Ventures, even if you’re not participating!

Haunt the Hangar
Saturday, October 29 | 6:00-10:00pm
Arkansas Air & Military Museum

This ghost hunt’s for the grown-ups, led by the ORB Paranormal Team. Grab a ticket for the hunt at the Arkansas Air & Military Museum and you’ll also be served dinner and head home with some swag.

🎃 Halloween Party & Costume Contest
Friday, October 28 | 6:00-10:00pm
Boston Mountain Brewing | 121 W Township

For the third year, Fayetteville Ale Trail member Boston Mountain Brewing is hosting a Halloween bash complete with an adult costume contest. Drop in to this Halloween event in Fayetteville for a cold craft beer, live music, and delicious foods by Rub It Snout, including jambalaya and chimichangas. Divine Lines, a local tattoo shop, will be lending a few artists to Boston Mountain for on-site $25 tattoos and BOGO body piercings.

Mojo’s After Dark 
Saturday, October 29 | 11:00pm-2:00am
Mojo’s East | 2630 E Citizens Dr

A Halloween party following a Hog game! Head out to Mojo’s for a themed cocktail menu and an all-night DJ. The full bar will be open all night, but the kitchen’s not joining this party. Costumes aren’t required, but are absolutely welcome.

👻 Sweet Momentitos Pop-Up: Creepy & Delicious
Saturday, October 29 | 2:00-7:00pm
Columbus House Brewery

Columbus House Brewery, a popular taproom along the Fayetteville Ale Trail, is hosting Sweet Momentitos Bakery for a Halloween Pop-Up Sale! Drop in for a selection of creepy and delicious treats (no tricks!) to take home or enjoy alongside a freshly-brewed Fayetteville beer.

👻 Halloween Party 2022
Saturday, October 29 | 2:00pm-1:00am
C4 Nightclub & Lounge

C4 loves a good excuse to throw a party, and with Halloween as their self-proclaimed favorite holiday of all, this annual bash is always a blast! Come dressed in your best costume for a night of dancing, a Halloween-themed show, and a fun night out at the club.

👻 Halloween Pub Crawl and Costume Contest
Saturday, October 29 | 5:00-10:00pm
Dickson Street

Begin the evening at Ryleigh’s and collect a passport to begin your Halloween pub crawl! Visit all 10 participating bars and then return to Ryleigh’s for your official Halloween Pub Crawl t-shirt. Prizes for best costume will be awarded at 9pm at The Piano Bar – sign up to enter with your passport in hand before then.

🎃 Phunbags Comedy Improv: Halloween With My Boos!
Saturday, October 29 | 7:00-8:30pm
Six Twelve Coffeehouse & Bar | 3980 West Wedington Dr

Have a ha-ha-Halloween with an evening of hauntingly hilariously improv! Comedy troupe Phunbags will perform a specially themed improvisation set perfect for experiencing with your best BOOS. Think Whose Line is it Anyway? meets Saturday Night Live – but you’re the audience! Food and drink will be available for purchase.

🐈‍⬛ 10th Annual Halloween Party
Saturday, October 29 | 8:00pm-1:30am
On the MARK Sports Bar & Grill | 2588 N Gregg Ave

This annual celebration at local sports bar On the MARK keeps growing, and this year it’s expanding to include a Halloween Blacklight Costume Party! Come in costume for a party with a DJ, drink and food specials, and Jell-O shots for $1. A winner will be selected for best costume!

🐈‍⬛ Saints and Sinners
Saturday, October 29 | 10:00pm
Tin Roof Fayetteville

It's good vs evil at Tin Roof the Saturday before Halloween! Drink specials begin at 10pm, with a $500 cash prize awarded to the best costume at midnight. Choose a side and don your best costume and you could go home with your whole tab paid.

Mimosa Fest Costume Party
Saturday-Sunday, October 29-30 | 9:00am-3:00pm
Nomads Music Lounge | 143 S School Ave

Dress up and drink mimosas! Nomads Mimosa Fest features 100 Mimosa flavors and $500 in prizes each day of the festival. Come for the costume party and stay for the $1 drink refills.

Nightmare on Dickson Street
Sunday, October 30 | 9:00pm
VIP Club | 326 N West Ave

The official Halloween event at the VIP Club will be handing out cash prizes to the best costume, with the bonus being that there’s no cover charge for the party! Come dressed in your best and dance your way into the Halloween spirit, with DJs spinning all night long.

Fall Fridays in the Ramble
Fridays, 4:30-6:30pm
Lower Ramble

A free series of events in the recently-completed Lower Ramble outdoor area is open to the public to attend every Friday until further notice. Community artists rotate each week to host events like live music, art project classes, poetry workshops, and nature walks in the beautiful outdoor space. It’s an easy walk from the Fayetteville Public Library and also connects to the Razorback Greenway for ease of access.

🎃 Mojo’s Halloween Bash!
Friday, October 28 | 6:30pm
Mojo’s Pints & Pies | 1200 Garland Ave

Just your average family-friendly Halloween party at the local pizza place! No, really – Mojo’s in midtown Fayetteville is holding a costume party and contest with prizes for best costume. It’s fun for everyone! Winners will be selected at 9:00pm, which should give you plenty of time to enjoy some frightfully good pizza and a live performance by Coyote Claw.

Be(A)ware Allergy-Friendly Halloween Extravaganza
Saturday, October 29 | 10:00am-12:00pm
Fayetteville Public Library Event Center

This event specifically aims to create a safe and inclusive space for all children, with allergy-friendly trick-or-treat booths stationed all around the library. Pop in for a special Halloween show, goody bags, games, and bouncy houses on the Gathering Glade. Be sure to wear your costume!

A Spooktacular Evening at the Botanical Gardens
Saturday, October 29 | 6:00-10:00pm
Botanical Garden of the Ozarks | 4703 N Crossover Rd

Head to the garden dressed in your Halloween best to enjoy an evening of games, food, and live music! It’s an all-ages affair for the whole family, with no alcohol to be served at the Botanical Gardens. The event also serves as a fundraiser for A Fuller Life Fitness.

Kids Halloween Paint Party
Saturday, October 29 | 3:00-5:00pm
MY-T-BY-DESIGN | 392 E Sunbridge Dr

Pre-sketched canvases and painting supplies are provided for this hands-on Halloween activity made especially for the kiddos! Paint a themed design to take home while getting into the Halloween spirit.

👻 Halloween Mash Up
Sunday, October 30 | 5:00-10:00pm
Starlight Skatium

Come in costume to watch a fun night of coed roller derby at Starlight Skatium! This family-friendly event is “fancy dress encouraged” and will offer Halloween themed beverages – including some that glow. Follow the after party to La Huerta for dinner and drinks!

🐈‍⬛ Howling 5K and Dog Walk 
Saturday, October 29 | 7:30-11:00am
Wilson Park Playground

This 5th Annual 5K/1K event is a family-friendly and dog-friendly event for a good cause! Benefiting regional nonprofit Service Dogs of Distinction, participants will race at beautiful Wilson Park on the Saturday morning prior to Halloween. There will be a timed 5K as well as a low-stakes 1K Dog Walk with loads of door prizes, contests, food, and music to enjoy. Children under 10 are free. 

Halloween Cake Classes
Dates Vary
Rick’s Bakery | 1220 North College Ave

Through the month of October, register for a Halloween-themed DIY cake workshop with long-time Fayetteville staple Rick’s Bakery! The design options include “Frankenstein & Mummy”, “Wicked Unicorn”, “Black Cat”, and “Witch’s Cauldron”, as well as classes that direct you in decorating a “Haunted Gingerbread House”.

👻 Art Lab - Halloween Themed 
Saturday, October 29 | 11:30am - 3:30pm
Terra Studios

Crafts for Halloween-lovers of all ages will be available at Terra Studios the Saturday before the holiday! Stop into the gallery to make pasta skeletons, creepy painted rocks, and relax with some free coloring pages. Free to attend and no registration is required! Terra Studios is also offering guests who arrive in costume 15% off their total in the Gallery on October 29 & 30!

🎃 Paint, Wine, & Dine!
Saturday, October 29 | 6:00pm
Art Ventures | 20 South Hill Ave

Art Ventures and My-T-By-Design have teamed up for a fun event the weekend before Halloween for those that like to keep it low-key! Come costumed (or not) for an evening of creating art, drinking wine, and dining on the included dinner, all within the Art Ventures Art Gallery in Fayetteville.

👻 Stranger Things Skate
Saturday, October 29 | 7:00-11:00pm
Starlight Skatium

Fayetteville’s favorite skating rink is transforming into The Upside Down and celebrating Halloween with a Stranger Things themed Skate Night! Costumes from the show are encouraged while you skate, play trivia and games, and enjoy special treats (like waffle sundaes!) from the snack bar. All ages!

👻 Fall Frenzy 2022: Costumes and Crafts
Sunday, October 30 | 1:00-5:00pm
Art Ventures NWA

The gallery at Art Ventures will be open for a family-friendly Halloween-themed event the day before Halloween. Guests are welcome to come dressed in costume, but it’s not required! There will be candy and other refreshments available as well as crafting activities for all ages.

Harvest Moon XXXI
Friday-Sunday, October 28-30
Lewis Soccer Complex

Five divisions will compete for glory during this thirty-first edition of Harvest Moon, the annual Costumed Ultimate Tournament in Fayetteville, AR. Teams are encouraged to develop a theme and play in their costumes all weekend long, which makes for a spirited and highly entertaining event! Registration ends October 14.

Hocus Pocus Film Screening
Sunday, October 30 | 4:00pm
Walton Arts Center

Costumes are encouraged for this all-ages screening of the 1993 favorite on the big screen! Hocus Pocus will run in its entirety, certain to make for a wholesome and nostalgic Halloween celebration that the whole family can enjoy.

👻 Ultra Suede’s Annual Halloween Bash and Costume Contest 
Friday, October 28 | 6:00-8:00pm (ages 18+)
George’s Majestic Lounge

Head to Dickson Street for two hours of early-evening Halloween fun with Ultra Suede at George’s! This annual Halloween party is always filled with live music, dancing, laughs, and good times for the folks that want an adult party without the late night. There will be prizes awarded for best costume, so come dressed to impress!

🎃 Dial Up 90s Halloween Party
Saturday, October 29 | 8:00pm
JJ’s Live | 3615 N Steele Blvd

Get ready to jam to a night of frighteningly good 90s tunes at JJ’s Live! Catch a show with local 90s party band favorites Dial Up for a special Halloween-themed performance. If you really want to make a night of it, reserve a VIP table for you and your scary squad and party like it’s 1990!

🎃 Honky Tonk Halloween with Gone Country
Saturday, October 29 | 8:00pm
Tin Roof Fayetteville | 430 W Dickson St

If you haven’t had a chance to see a show at Dickson Street’s newest live music venue, throw on your costume and head to Tin Roof for a Honky Tonk Halloween! There’s a full bar and restaurant and lots of space for scary fun. Join in or watch the costume contest and enjoy live music on the Tin Roof patio.

🎃 Here Come the Mummies
Sunday, October 30 | 7:30pm
JJ's Live | 3615 N Steele Blvd

Who can resist a perfectly named band playing a live show on the eve of Halloween?! See local darlings Here Come The Mummies perform with special guest Saxsquatch on the JJ’s Live mainstage and you’ll be in the Halloween spirit just in time for the big day.

 
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