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How to celebrate Halloween in Seattle

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Seattle has a lot to offer this Halloween. Just put on your best spooky costume and head to these events for a haunting good time.

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Happy #Halloween 👻🎃 from our haunted home to yours. 📸 : @kirsten.diane

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Zom-Bees Knees Bash at Smith Tower

The spookiest speakeasy in town is hosting another 3-day Halloween extravaganza. Pick 1 night to be wowed by Sister Kate Dance Company’s performances as zombie flappers, mummies, and more! Just wear a ‘20s-themed costume to enjoy a glass of sangria upon arrival and the Halloween menu of bites and specialty cocktails (at additional cost). Doors open at 7 p.m.

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Join us for a Halloween party in our spooky speakeasy. Choose from three nights of dance parties featuring performances by zombie flappers, a séance, costume contest, and more! Visit the link in our bio for tix. 🎃

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Seattle Chocolate Haunted Factory Tour

Take a tour of the Seattle Chocolate Factory in search of the secret treasure. You’ll be sure to run into mystical magic mirrors, scary characters, and ghoulish treats along the way. Don’t miss the opportunity. It only happens Thursday to Saturday on the last 2 weekends of October.

Collide-o-Scope Halloween

This year, the luxurious SIFF Cinema Egyptian is being transformed into the biggest Halloween film extravaganza. Be prepared to jump out of your skin while watching the found-footage phantasmagoria of video, music, and mash-ups. They’ve got cool giveaways too. To add to the suspense, there’s a secret surprise guest. Check out the trailer here.

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Celebrate Day of the Dead at tonight’s #MidnightAdrenaline screening of Italian maestro Lucio Fulci’s ZOMBIE! #SIFFCinemaEgyptian #braaains

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Halloween “Tricks and Eats” at the Zoo

Chef Ethan Stowell and his team will prepare delectable eats (and treats) for you to enjoy at the Woodlands Park Zoo on Sunday evening, October 28. Don’t be surprised to see some tricks from a few of the ambassador animals and slithering friends of the zoo. There are only 125 spots available, so get your tickets soon and support the zoo’s mission to save wildlife. Don’t forget your costume!

Carnevolar IX: VHS

Catch world-class circus performers from around the world at the Halloween Circus Spectacular and Dance Party, Carnevolar IX: VHS. From the flying trapeze to aerial arts, the dramatic and visually stunning experience will blow you away. You’ll go on a journey through major horror movies of the ages. Come dressed for the crazy Halloween dance party after the performances.

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Last year, over 1000 people attended Carnevolar! Join us for our 9th year of Carnevolar, Seattle’s Favorite Halloween Circus Spectacular and Dance Party! Feel the shivers of terror tingle down your spine as you step into a world of horror – where anything is possible and shadows linger behind every corner. Experience the thrill of Flying Trapeze, Aerial Arts, and Variety Acts! Emerald City Trapeze’s Carnevolar IX: VHS will take you on a dramatic and visually stunning journey through Horror Movies of the ages, including all of your nail-biting favorites. Come in costume for an evening of bone-chilling performances followed by a Halloween dance party. Come in costume for an evening of spine-chilling performances followed by a Halloween dance party. TICKETS: https://emeraldcitytrapeze.com/carnevolar-ix-vhs/ Carnevolar, produced by Emerald City Trapeze Arts, sells out every single year! #halloween #danceparty #circusshow #circuslife #circus #spooky #vhs #carnevolar #emeraldcitytrapeze @emeraldcitytrapeze @king5seattle @seattletimes @komo4

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The Emerald City is the perfect city to celebrate Halloween this year, and our coliving homes are in the midst of it all for your convenience. Find out more about Common Terry and Common Summit, and take a free tour today.

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