Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Halloween Update: A few for little kids to enjoy, the rest are too scary

Don't forget, there's full list of all events on the right side of the site under Halloween!

Wow, were two weeks away... considerably less time until Halloween, that means this weekends in jammed with scares and parties before the final night to get in all the good scares.

We have a few more scare for the whole family to get spooked at and few more only the older crowd is allowed to go to.

-Scary Musical the Musical Review,  you can change the outcome with your cellphone during the live play.

For the kids

October 24 -November 2
El Capitan Theatre, 6838 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, CA
 Adults: $12*/ $14Child (3-11): $11Senior (60+): $11VIP: $23Group (20+): $10 

Some nightS have the Trick-Tastic Dessert Party featuring activities, desserts, and a souvenir photo. The film itself will be have “Interactive 4D Sensory Effects like lights, wind, snow, fog, and even scents.

Danny Elfman's Music from the Films of Tim Burton

Oct 31 - Nov 1
Nokia Theatre
$55, $65, $85, $150

site info:
Music and Visuals from Batman, Edward Scissorhands, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Beetlejuice, Pee-Wee's Big Adventure, Alice In Wonderland and More!

Sat, October 25 11am-5pm
203 Center St Promenade
Anaheim, CA 92805

A long time event of Anaheim, it started in 1924, with floats dedicated to all things scary. A festive Halloween parade that rolls down the street.

Noche De Ofrenda

Sat, October 25, 2014 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Grand Park's Performance Lawn (between Grand and Hill)
200 North Grand Avenue

Grand Park teams up with East LA’s’ own Self Help Graphics & Art to present a ceremony honoring the dead that brings forth the spirit of Los Angeles. Fifty altars will be put up honoring the dead and this is their first reveal.

Oct. 25 through Nov. 3, 2014
El Pueblo Historical Monument, Home of Olvera Street

Dia de los Muertoswill be celebrated with activities over the upcoming weekends with special free activities for children, check the site above for details. The whole street looks a lot more spooky, a perfect venue to take the kids during the day for scares.

TV Trick or Treat
October 25 -November 2
Paley Center 465 N. Beverly Drive Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Special Halloween episodes and spooky series to watch at the Paley Center over the weekend.

Sunday, October 26, 2014 11 am–3 pm
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County
900 Exposition Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90007
Free with Museum admission

Site info:
Put on your favorite costume and come roam the halls of NHM (if you dare!) in search of Halloween goodies and prizes. Join us for activities, crafts, Trick-or-Treating and more!

Decorate your own pumpkin, get your groove on while our DJ plays Halloween favorites, Trick-or-Treat through the Museum, go on our Halloween scavenger hunt and see what other ghoulish activities we have in store.

7th Annual Halloween Party for Downtown LA Kids
Friday, October 31, 20145-8pm (last admission at 7:30pm)
Grand Hope Park at FIDM
$5 admission in advance;
$8 at the door

Perfect and safe way to spend the evening for kids in the downtown area of LA. You can trick or treat in safety with all kiddie entertainment including video games and puppet shows.

For the adults

VIDEO NIGHTS: Are You Afraid of the "Are You Afraid of the Dark" Tribute? (encore) 
Tuesday, October 28, 2014 10:00 PM
The Cienfamily
611 N Fairfax Avenue

Lucha VaVoom Night of the Vampire

October 29 - 30 Doors 7pm – Show 8pm
The Mayan Theater, 1038 S Hill St
$40.00 - $75.00

The stakes have never been higher with vampires in the mix with luchadore wrestling. See wreslers in costumes, the usual, battle each other with a Halloween theme. Sexy dancing, wrestling and