Treasure Island Las Vegas
Celebrate Halloween at Gilley’s Saloon, Dance Hall & Bar-B-Que on October 31 at 9 pm with the annual Cowboys vs. Zombies party. Guests are invited to attend in their most creative fun costume for a chance to win more than $1500 in cash and prizes including:
—Best Costume Contest: 1st ($500), 2nd ($300) and 3rd ($200) prizes
—Thriller Dance-off Contest: 1st ($250) and 2nd ($150) prizes
—Costume Bull Riding Contest: 1st ($200) and 2nd ($100) prizes
Drink specials will be offered throughout the evening including:
—2-for-1 Dos XX Amber and Dos XX Lager
—$5 Jim Beam Devil’s Cut, Jim Beam, Sauza, Cruzan and Pinnacle vodka drinks and shots
The Ryan Whyte Maloney Band will take the stage for a performance at 9 p.m.
Fright Dome at Circus Circus LasVegas is celebrating a decade of terrifying fans from around the world. Beginning Saturday, Sept. 29 Fright Dome takes over The Adventuredome at Circus Circus and will partner with iconic horror film producer and zombie expert George A. Romero to theme one of its five haunted houses. Dark and fog-filled, Fright Dome creates a chilling atmosphere with roaming characters, high-powered strobes, multicolored lasers and five acres of fright made up of all new extreme scare zones, rides, 25 attractions and nightly live stage shows by top-notch entertainers. Fright Dome is open from 7 p.m. to midnight Sept. 29 – Oct.31 on select nights. General admission tickets are $37.95 and fast pass tickets are available for an additional $15 allowing express line entry for all five haunted houses.
Scaryoke Costume Contest Wednesday, October 31st from 9 pm-3 am. Win $50 cash for best costume in three categories: Scariest, Most Original and Funniest.
PBR Rock Bar inside Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino will celebrate Halloween with a ‘Haunted Hoe-down’ complete with costume contests and prizes on Wednesday, Oct. 31. In honor of the spooky holiday, partygoers are invited to take part in a costume bull riding competition at 9 p.m. The top three winners with the best get-ups will be awarded open bar tabs for $200, $100 and $50, respectively. Revelers who want to keep the party going in Rock Bar will also be able to compete in a costume contest, starting at midnight, when one man and one woman with the best costume will be chosen to win a complimentary bottle of their choice.
Tacos & Tequila (T&T) has added new sinister Halloween goodies to the menu available exclusively from Oct. 26 through Nov. 4. T&T will unveil its newest cocktail, Devil’s Kiss Martini, available exclusively during the month of October to honor All Hallow’s Eve. Priced at $12, the wickedly delicious concoction is rimmed with chocolate and mixed with Patron XO, Stoli vanilla vodka, amaretto and cream. Haunting new appetizers are guaranteed to spice things up including their all-new ghost pepper salsa made with ghost peppers, roasted tomatoes, peeled tomatillos and garlic served with a basket of fresh tortilla chips, priced at $3. The restaurant will also offer ghost wings made with crispy breaded chicken wings tossed in T&T’s original ghost pepper sauce, priced at $10. On Oct. 26 and 27, the restaurant will have a DJ from 8 –11 p.m. and offer $5 Dos Equis.
Fremont Street Experience
This Halloween as the Asylum comes downtown for the Fourth Annual OktoberFrightFest. The wildly popular, nationally ranked haunted house Asylum, now in its 14th year of operation, will have a new home beginning Sept. 28 on Fremont Street Experience’s 3rd Street North area. Known nationwide for pioneering the trailer-haunt concept, Asylum takes you on a terrifying journey through the story of the Meadview Asylum, headed by Dr. Vander and his son Adriane. Patrons must navigate the dark hallways alone through a terrifying series of fright-inducing rooms including: admitting area, nurse’s station, patients’ rooms, therapy room, the morgue and much more. Oct. 31 from 6:30 p.m. – midnight. General Admission is $15. A VIP ticket is also available for $20 and allows the ticketholder to bypass the line.