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2009 Halloween Day Events in Seattle Region
Posted In: Other Exciting News  10/31/09
By: Yona Williams

It's been 13 years since FreakNight (held at Wamu Theater) has been supplying fans with electronic music and the chance to dance throughout the Halloween festivities. In this article, you will find more places to go for a Halloween celebration in the Seattle region, including a ghost tour that takes you throughout the Pike Place Market area.

Wamu Theater – Seattle

Come to this downtown gathering comes complete with exciting lighting, 3D lasers, entertaining costumes, and multicultural performances. Some of the best DJs in the region come to deliver the tunes for the event. The best costume at the event takes home $2,009 in prize money. The cost to participate in this event is $47. The party starts at 8pm and continues on until 4am. Address: 800 Occidental Ave S

Stocker Farms Fresh Produce – Snohomish

Take a simple 45-minute drive to Snohomish, where an acre of cornfield trails are calling your name. A host of professional actors and animatronics promise to deliver a frightfully good time. This event is available from 7pm to 10pm. Cost: $15. Address: 10622 Airport Way

Seattle Symphony – Seattle

Sometimes, you just want to surround yourself with the beauty of the arts and what better way than to attend a Halloween-inspired performance given by the Seattle Symphony. The orchestra will bring the soundtrack of the infamous movie Psycho to life, while the film plans on the big screen at Benaroya Hall. This event lasts between 8pm and 10pm. Cost: $17 and $99. Address: 200 University St

Pike Place Ghost Tour – Seattle

Some Halloweeners enjoy a good scare and attending a ghost tour is a perfect way to come closer to some of the restless souls dwelling in the region. Meet at the Post Alley Gum Wall for a walk into the past, where you'll experience the eeriness of roaming about graveyard territory and the location where the first mortuary in the city stands. For many years, the Pike Place Market has been at the center of scary tales regarding paranormal activity. This event lasts for one hour and is given every hour between 3pm and 9pm. Cost: $15 – purchase tickets online at brownpapertickets.com or spend $20 at the Gum Wall.

Argosy Cruises – Seattle

Together, Argosy Cruises and partner KZOK are providing access to a ship full of ghoulish activities and fun for Halloween. Enjoy an entertaining classic-rock dance party with the sounds of band Sub Vinyl Juke Box.  Takeoff is from Pier 55 on the Seattle Waterfront and don't forget to come prepared for the costume contest that will take place during the cruise. This annual event takes place between 9pm and 12am. Cost: $30. Address: 1101 Alaskan Way Pier 55

W Seattle – Seattle

A traditional masquerade party allows people looking for a classy and fun event in town to let loose and transform into an elegant alter ego. The W Hotel will provide the setting for this black-tie event, which requires fancy attire and a mask (or extra special costume to fit the mood) in order to participate. This event runs between 8:30pm and 2am. Cost: $40. Address: 1112 Fourth Ave


 

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