Halloween 2015: Ten don’t skip events

October 29, 2015 - garden totes

Halloween 2015: Ten don't skip events

It’s roughly here…Halloween 2015. If you’re still looking for some new tricks, treats and events, here are 10 events that we won’t wish to miss.

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The Rocky Horror Picture Show

Music Box Theatre will once again be carrying their time-warped Halloween spectacular finish with their Midnight Madness Virgin Kit accessible for an additional $3. The pack contains all we need for a Rocky Horror display including a balloon, heat stick, Time Warp Flier, a rubber glove, noisemaker, confetti bag, toilet paper, celebration hat, sponge, paper plates and cards. The Rocky Horror Picture Show will be shown this Thursday, 10 pm., Friday, 11:59 pm. and Saturday 11:59 pm. Oct 29-31.

Spooky Pooch Parade


This fun for all ages Spooky Pooch Parade from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct 31 during a Chicago Botanic Garden is one of a favorites. Free for those who wish to watch though if we wish to move your pet and be partial of a parade, there is a price and we contingency register. In further to a parade, a Garden is dressed in a Halloween best with lots of pumpkins and fun decorations. Admission to a Garden is free, though there is a $25 parking price for non-members. Lake Cook Road, about 1/2 mile easterly of a Edens in Glencoe.

North Halsted Street Halloween Parade

The North Halsted Street Halloween Parade, is never a drag, as it always puts a special spin on Halloween.  Back for a 19th year a Parade has no equal in any other vast American city. Watch from a sidelines or join a marchers (you contingency register to march)—the choice is yours.  Saturday, Oct 31. The impetus stairs off during 4 p.m. from Belmont and Halsted, north to Addison. In further to a parade, there’s a horde of other activities starting during 11 am.

Navy Pier’s Really Big Halloween Party

The whole post is embellished out for Halloween during Navy Pier’s Really Big Halloween Party. Outside during Polk Bros. Park you’ll find pony, camel, and alpaca rides, a giveaway petting zoo and hayrides. At night check out a fire-spinning uncover during 5:30 p.m., 6:30 p.m., and 7:30 p.m. daily.  Step inside for entertainment, pumpkin longing and lots more.  Now by Oct 31.

Fright Fest during Great America

Six Flags Great America’s annual Fright Fest offers scary theme-park fun, centered around 6 condemned attractions and 6 live shows. The park stays family accessible until 6 p.m. on Saturdays and until 5 p.m. each other day, so we can move your small ones and equivocate a chainsaw-wielding maniacs. Through Nov 1.

Disturbia Screams in a Park

Looking for a condemned house?  The “Disturbia: Screams in a Park” is one of a best. The 35-room, 20,000 sq. feet space might only spin your favorite haunt. The House is in a groundwork spin of a parking garage during MB Financial Park (5501 Park Place). Click here, to buy your tickets in advance. Through Nov 1. Minimum age of 13 is suggested.

Family Costume Dance during Maggie Daley Park

Join a Halloween fun during this family accessible dress dance during Maggie Daley Park, 337 E. Randolph St. on Friday, Oct 30 from 5:30 to 7 pm. $5, contingency register. Age Range: At slightest 3 though reduction than 11.



Redmoon’s extravagantly renouned Halloween event, Boneshaker, takes place in their large room home in Pilsen that they renovate into an illusory stadium for 1,000 costumed guests. The 5-hour celebration is this Saturday dusk going until 1:59 am.daylight assets time–before we spin a clocks back. Be prepared for a bone-chilling in Redmoon-style with interactive experiences, resourceful machines, artistic food and cocktails and DJs, dancing and astonishing surprises.  Click here, to squeeze tickets.

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