Things to DO for Halloween 2019
Posted on 10/22/19
Step fright this way, Downtown has some great things to DO for Halloween! For our full calendar of events, click here.
A Dinner to Die For
Enjoy an intimate and spooky evening at Bird Café’s Dinner to Die For event! Attendees will enjoy a three course dinner as guest speakers share stories of the history of Fort Worth, the Land Title Building (where Bird Café is located), and the paranormal activities within. The mystery continues with a special Fort Worth Ghost Bus Tour, exploring some of Fort Worth’s historically haunted sites. Read more here.
Fort Worth’s Ghost Bus Tour
Thursday – Saturday, every week
If you’re looking for spirits, you’re in the right place. Acre Distilling is the start and end of Fort Worth’s Ghost Bus Tour, running spooky tours Thursday through Saturday every week! A $31 ticket includes a beverage from the distillery’s “Ghostriders” cocktail menu and a haunting tour of mysterious sites. Read more here.
Trick or Treat Down TCC’s “Main Street”
TCC Trinity River Campus
Check out TCC Trinity River Campus’ Annual Trick or Treat Down “Main Street”! Student organizations and employees will line their main hallway, known as Main Street, with games, activities, and candy to for a fun way to kick-off Halloween celebrations with the whole family. Read more here.
Roaring 20’s Halloween Party
Scat Jazz Lounge
Head to Scat Jazz Lounge for their Roaring 20’s Halloween Party featuring the Texas Gypsies. Wear your best flapper girl or Al Capone get-up for this 20’s themed night and you could go home with a Scat gift card! Read more here.
Ghostbusters with Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra
Who ya gonna call? Ghostbusters! Enjoy this classic film at Bass Hall as the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra plays the toe-tapping score. Read more here.
Spooky Sip & Shop
Don’t be frightened, there are sales (and wine) just around the corner. Enjoy wine tastings and un-boo-lievable discounts in the shops of Sundance Square during their annual Spooky Sip & Shop. The best part? 100% of the ticket sales for the event will benefit the Tarrant Area Food Bank. Read more here.
Mayor Betsy Price's Annual Spooky Bike & Ball
Sundance Square Plaza
Get your best "Zoo Life" Halloween costume on and grab your friends and family for Mayor Price’s annual Spooky Bike and Ball in Sundance Square Plaza! Bring the whole family out for the Spooky bike ride, music, costume contest, sweet treats, face painting, and more! Don’t have a bike? Fort Worth Bike Sharing will have bikes available! Don't want to ride? Come in your costume and enjoy the other activities! Read more here.
Flying Saucer Fort Worth
There are a few chances to join in the Halloween festivities at Flying Saucer. Pull out your best costume and competitive spirit for a night of live music and wicked fun at their Halloween Costume Contest on October 26. Bring out the whole family on October 27 for their 7th Annual Pumpkin Carving Contest benefiting Tarrant Area Food Bank. A $10 donation to this local non-profit gets you a pumpkin, carving kit, and a special beer from Martin House Brewery for those old enough to enjoy. Lastly, catch a showing of Halloween at their Movie Night on October 30. Read more here.
Free Films with a Spooky Twist
October 27 & 30
The Central Library is hosting some spooky double-feature film events for all to enjoy! Parking, admission, and refreshments are all free. Read more here.
Casino Night Benefiting Hear Fort Worth
Del Frisco’s Grille
Come out this Halloween in your best James Bond themed costume for Hear Fort Worth’s first Casino Night! Enjoy Vegas Style gaming with great prizes, silent auction, and cocktails shaken, not stirred. All proceeds benefit Hear Fort Worth, supporting Fort Worth Musicians through various initiatives throughout the year. Read more here.
For our full calendar of events, click here.