What to do in Aspen this Halloween
Halloween in Aspen offers several freakishly festive opportunities for all ages. From live music to arts and crafts there is something fun and spooky for everyone to enjoy in celebration of the end of autumn in the Rockies.
Upcoming Halloween Events
Head up to the mountains for a 4-day heart-centered experience offering innovative tools to access a state of optimal wellbeing and human potential at the 2018 Lead With Love event. The event features movement, meditation, time in nature, and experiential & immersive workshops & talks with global thought leaders.
Partake in a bone-chilling book discussion at Pitkin County Library on Friday, October 26th at the annual Halloween Book Club. This spooky evening will begin at the Ute Cemetery with a guided walking tour followed by a Halloween themed potluck and in-depth book discussion of Jennifer Hillier’s “Jar of Hearts”. Costumes are highly encouraged for this festive evening.
On Saturday, October 27th, Jack London’s Call of the Wild comes to life the Wheeler Opera House. Or take in a show full of magic, mirth and a touch of mayhem as two hilarious Aussie magicians say abracadabra and take magic to a whole new level on Sunday, October 28th.
Dress up in your best costume and take the family over to the Aspen Fire Station on Wednesday, October 31st from 2:30-5pm for the annual Boo! Bash! Sponsored by the Red Brick Center for the Arts, Aspen Recreation, The Aspen Elks Lodge, the Aspen Fire Department and the Aspen Police Department, this annual bash features food, games and crafts for all ages.
Make your way to the newly opened Aspen Public House on Saturday, October 27th or Wednesday, October 31st, for their first annual Halloween DJ Spooktacular featuring DJ Berkel Beats, Sublog, Lo_G, and Knuttybird! No cover. Drink specials.
Celebrate Halloween with 80’s nerdcore band The Spazmatics at Belly Up Aspen on Wednesday, October 31st. Don't forget to submit your costume in advance for the annual costume contest!
Head to the newly opened 7908 Supper Club for a special Aspen Fire and Mountain Rescue Benefit. The spookily named "7908 Suffer Club" takes place on Halloween night and features food and drink specials, all for a great cause! Or dawn your best costume for a night of creepy fun at Mi Chola with DJ DC starting at 9pm.
The Caribou Club opens their doors for their annual Halloween bash, the only night each year the exclusive, members-only nightclub opens its doors to the public. Don’t miss this wild night of outrageous costumes and decor.
Take a stroll down Restaurant Row along Hopkins Avenue for delicious bites, great drinks and spooky-fun times at Aspen’s bars and restaurants.
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