Halloween Parties & Events For Adults Around Metro Detroit! Have fun out there, and be safe!
Fri, 10/21: History & Hauntings: Storytelling on Horse Drawn Wagon Rides (Romeo)
Romeo Monday Club Presents:
Storytelling Horse Drawn wagon rides!
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
October 21, 4pm-8pm
$25 a ticket
ADVANCE purchase ONLY at:
Only 13 tickets per 30 minute block!
** This date is SEPARATE from the wagon rides listed on other select dates. **
** Please note: these rides WILL NOT being going down iconic Tillson Street as this would be too busy for the horses and create a safety concern.
Fri, 10/21: Adult Halloween Costume Party (New Baltimore)
On The Bay Boutique & Cafe
SAVE THE NIGHT
JOIN OUR HALLOWEEN
BEST 1st, 2nd & 3rd COSTUME PRIZES
DJ & Cocktail Show with Yanni
Fully Enclosed Heated Gazebos with Fire Tables
Fri, 10/21: Witches & Warlocks Night Out! (Romeo)
Come one, come all!
Pick up your raffle ticket starting at Old World Nouveau and begin your travels through Downtown Romeo!
Compete in the Cackle Contest at MJC Marketplace or come with your best Witches Hat on for the Decorated Hat Contest at 4 Corners’ Diner!
Hit all stops and end your night at Main Street Kitchen + Bar and enter for your change to win a grand prize valued at over $150! Must be present to win.
Fri, 10/21 Hallowe’en at the Crocker House (Mt. Clemens)
“Hallowe’en at the Crocker House.” will be on Friday, October 21st from 6 to 10 P.M. and is catered to more an adult / young-adult audience. This evening event will be an experience of the old Crocker House that you’ve never seen before. The house will be candle lit and you’ll be able to experience the house with all new exhibits. We will even have fortunes being told in the formal parlor.
We’ve invited the “Third Eye Eclipse Paranormal Society” to the grounds on that night to help summon the spirits from the other side. You’ll be able to ask questions from the spirits who choose to visit us that night. Could be a Crocker, a resident from the past or just a spirit passing through to pay us a visit? This paranormal group will allow you to speak to the spirits as they tell their own story. Caution —we cannot predict or censor what spir- its might say to you!
We have also teamed up with the incredible “Anatomy of Death Museum” in Mt. Clemens to help round out our event. Owner Todd will bring the obscure and unusual from his personal collection of mortuary items and give the history of their use. Beware, some of these items just might make your hair stand up on end!
We also are exploring the fascinating history of Hallowe’en and highlighting the incredible artwork of the Beistle Company, who has manufactured Hallowe’en decorations for over 100 years. We will also be showcasing vintage and antique items from Hallowe’en past from a personal collection throughout the entire home and grounds.
The night will round out with folklore & tall tales being told around the campfire. Share your own ghostly experiences with others and listen in amazement of out of this world things that have
happened in the area. Be sure to ask about the woman with the red bandana; truly a creepy story from a century ago!
Tickets are only $5 to attend. You can purchase them online from our web site or purchase them at the door. Get your tickets early, as we’ve seen a lot of interest in this event so far!
Fri, 10/21 – Sun, 10/23: Harvest Moon Hayrides (Upland Hills Farm, Oxford)
More dates available too!
Take a Family Friendly Evening Hayride at the Farm on Friday and Saturday Nights!
Admission includes a fresh donut, hot or cold cider, a hayride and access to our roaring bonfires (don’t forget the smores and hotdogs for over the fire). This is a family friendly event and is not haunted. This is a great event for group gatherings. Tickets can be purchased at the admission booth upon arrival or in advance.
Fri, 10/21: Historically Haunted Detroit: The Dark Side of Halloween
From the days of the French settlers and the ghouls who tormented them, to the grim realities of early factories and their gruesome death tolls; Detroit is a town with a devilishly scary past. Its citizens have long straddled the line between good and evil, and more than a few rules have been broken over the years. As Halloween approaches we can all spare a nervous glance towards Detroit’s darker side. It’s never wise to travel alone through the storied corridors of history, so we willingly offer ourselves as your guides on this macabre journey through the Motor City’s darkest historical moments.
From Detroit’s funerary practices of days gone by to the enduring legacy of the only remaining military fortification in “Ol’ Sto-Town”. From the strange goings-on of a century and a half old bar to the spooky happenings of the Detroit River’s waters- the Motor City has its fair share of spine tingling moments.
Together with your guide you’ll learn the stories that have intrigued, scared, and delighted Motown’s residents including the tale of the Nain Rouge; Detroit’s own “Demon of the Strait” whose appearance has been the vanguard of tragedy and misfortune for over three centuries. Explore the awe inspiring master magician Harry Houdini’s straight jacket escape high over Grand Circus Park. Mobsters, soldiers, ghosts, social injustices, cemeteries, murders, pranks, devil’s night, assassinations, hauntings, outbreaks of cholera, unexplained disappearances, wars, tricks, treats, and more await you on the all new Historically Haunted Detroit: The Dark Side of History Tour.
It is our great and terrified pleasure to offer a historic, haunted bar, refreshment stop during this tour, purchases are at the guests own expense and cash is preferred to quicken bar service. Drinking alcohol is not allowed on the bus. Coolers, flasks, and bottles of blood, will NOT be permitted. Complimentary bottled water is provided to all guests.
To best enjoy the tour, guests should be prepared to walk ⅓ of a mile at a leisurely pace over uneven terrain. We highly recommend comfortable, flat shoes. Photography is permitted (encouraged) on this tour.
Please, eat before boarding the tour as none of the stops offer substantial food options during our limited stay.
The tour departs from: The Detroit History Club (a former funeral home turned history lovers hang out) 3103 Commor, Hamtramck, MI 48212. Parking is on the street and may require guests to walk a short distance. Doors to the club open 30 minutes before the ticketed start time of their tour. At which time guests are invited to come inside, check into the tour, and relax until the departure time. Late arrivals will not be admitted, all Detroit History Tours start on time and depart without a grace period.
Your order confirmation email will serve as your only ticket- nothing will ship to your address. Please save your email and be prepared to show it on your phone or printed to board the bus. (We do this to avoid the ticketing fees that come along with ticketing systems. The price of your ticket will remain the same throughout checkout with no added fees or service charges.)
If you have a large group consider booking any of our fabulous tours as a private charter. We can arrange to pick your group up from any location, on any day and any time. Check out our Private Tours link for more information.
Because drinking and swearing come with the history, this public bus tour is strictly 21 years old and older.
Transportation is provided via luxury motor-coach outfitted with leather captains chairs for each guest. The motor-coach is equipped with an on board bathroom.
$55.50 Thursday and Sunday, as well as Saturday daytime tours. $62.75 Friday and Saturday night tours. All taxes and fees are included in the ticket price. Zero booking charges apply.
Sat, 10/22: Fall Beer Fest Brunch (Eastern Market Brewing Co, Detroit)
Headed to the Fall Beer Festival? Stop by the EMBC taproom before for beer specials and tasty brunch bites to start your day.
Brunch from Daily Grind food truck
Special beermosa specials
Limited edition beermosa glassware
Sat, 10/22 & Sun, 10/23: Cider in the City (Beacon Park Detroit)
Beacon Park is proud to bring back Cider in the City! This fall favorite will feature Blake Farms and take place on select Saturdays and Sundays in October.
Enjoy seasonal family fun activities including crafts and face painting, take a horse-drawn hayride around the park, enjoy live music, pick out the perfect pumpkin and more!
Plus, our big screen will be up and ready for football lovers to enjoy the game. Join us on Saturday, October 22, during the college football extravaganza or Sunday, October 23, as the Detroit Lions face off against the Dallas Cowboys.
– Donuts and Cider
– Free Horse-drawn hayrides
– Make and Takes
– Lawn games: cornhole, Jenga, foosball, connect four
– Big screen
– Food trucks
– Live Music
– Face painting
– Market Vendors
Food Truck Schedule:
– October 22nd: Smoke Ring & Cousins Maine Lobster
– October 23rd: Sonny’s Hamburgers & Cousins Maine Lobster
1pm – 3pm – 313 Experience Live
3pm – 5pm Aisha Ellis Trio
*Cash or credit accepted*
This is presented by DTE Beacon Park Foundation and programmed by the Downtown Detroit Partnership.
Sat, 10/22: Oktoberfest (LFA #57) (Eastpointe)
21 and up event.
Join us for a night of food, music and beer!
Tickets are $30 for LFA members and $40 for non-members.
Your ticket price includes all you can eat and drink!
We will have sausage, french fries and German potato salad, beer and wine.
There will be a live band and 50/50 drawings throughout the night
Sat, 10/22: Witches’ Night Out (Downtown Oxford – DDA)
A fun filled evening full of SHOPPING, sipping, and dining for you on a spooky Saturday night!
The Trolley from Oxford to Lake Orion and back again will be running until 11pm!
Follow the Lake Orion and Oxford Facebook pages for updates, parking info, giveaways and more fun!
This is a FREE event!
Get those brooms out ladies!
Sat, 10/22: Halloween Bash! (Sperry’s Moviehouse & Downtown Port Huron)
You’re invited to 2nd Floor Dinnerhouse #PortHuron
for an evening of fun!
Enjoy a costume contest, Halloween food & drink specials, DJ for music, tarot card reading, & more!
Groups of 6 or more that RSVP by October 15 will have their names put into a raffle to win a free theatre rental! (2 hour rental, up to 26 people)
Sat 10/22 – Sun 10/23: The Detroit Spook Show Halloween Sale (Sanctuary Detroit)
The Detroit Spook Show Halloween Sale 2022
11:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. at Sanctuary Detroit (2932 Caniff in Hamtramck, MI)
***2 Days-Vendors Galore-All Ages-Free Admission***
For fans of Horror, Circus Sideshow, The Macabre, Monsters, True Crime, Oddities, Science Fiction, The Paranormal, Fantasy, and All Hallows’ Eve- THIS SHOW IS FOR YOU!
Numerous vendors will be on hand selling the coolest of Halloween and Horror related treasures. Expect to find Horror VHS/DVDs, Comics, Posters, Patches, Buttons, Toys, Handmade Crafts, Home Decor, Jewelry, Clothing, Records, Costumes, Books, Witchy Wares, Collectibles, Props, Art, Sideshow Oddities, Assorted Novelties and More!
Admission to The Detroit Spook Show Halloween Sale is FREE!
The event is open to ALL AGES.
Alcoholic beverages can be purchased by those 21 and over.
Sun, 10/23 – Chic & Unique Market (Packard Proving Grounds, Shelby Twp)
Shop over 125 small businesses & food trucks at our 5th Annual Vintage & Handmade Fall Market at the beautiful Packard Proving Grounds in Shelby Twp!
This market features over 125 small businesses, makers & food trucks at the beautiful Packard Proving Grounds!
Sunday, October 23rd / 11a – 4p
49965 Van Dyke Rd. Shelby Twp, MI
Outdoor Market/Rain or Shine
$5 Entry/Under 12 Free
Extra parking and entrance located at Ford Field Central Park (7460 23 Mile Rd)
Mon, 10/24: Brown Iron Polish Food and Beer Pairing (Washington Twp)
Come enjoy a fantastic evening of a delicious 4-course meal consisting of polish-inspired courses paired expertly with craft beer! There will be no dietary substitutions available.
Tickets are $50
6 – 9pm
Tues, 10/25: Drinking with Dogs: Halloween Edition! (Marble Bar, Detroit)
Love dogs? Dig Detroit? Canine to Five hosts monthly Drinking with Dogs events throughout the summer. Bring your leash-friendly pup & grab a cocktail! HALLOWEEN EDITION!
Make sure you dress up with your pup for this Halloween themed event. The costume contest will begin at 7PM with guest judges from Scrubbers, Barks Fifth Avenue, & K9 Turbo Training!
GUEST EMCEE: Veronica Meadows, FOX 2 Detroit
There will be prize winners for each category:
First runner up
Second runner up
Best owner/dog pair
When: Tuesday, October 25th from 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Where: Marble Bar
Why: Because dogs!
*This event is 100% on leash
Please be aware, this venue has street parking.
Tues, 10/25: Dine to Donate: Mittens for Detroit (Ferndale)
Hometown Restaurant Group and Mittens for Detroit are partnering on Tuesday, Oct. 25 to help keep hands warm this winter.
Print and present this flyer when dining in on October 25 at any participating Hometown restaurant location (Pop’s for Italian, Tigerlily, Public House, One-Eyed Betty’s), and 10% of your bill will be donated directly to Mittens for Detroit through our Dine to Donate program. Donations include food, alcohol, merchandise and gift card purchases.
Mittens for Detroit, Inc., is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit with the purpose of collecting, purchasing and distributing new gloves and mittens to children, teens and adults in Detroit and other underserved communities. Founded in 2010, Mittens for Detroit has distributed more than a quarter-million pairs of new mittens and gloves. Visit mittensfordetroit.org
for more information.
Hometown Restaurant Group (HRG) is a community of restaurants in downtown Ferndale, including Pop’s for Italian, One-Eyed Betty’s, Public House and Tigerlily. The HRG Dine to Donate program partners with local non-profits providing resources and support Ferndale and neighboring communities. Our Dine to Donate program has raised more than $40,000 for local non-profits since January 1, 2022.
Wed, 10/26: Ghouls Night Out (Canterbury Village)
Calling all Ghouls!
Invite your friends to Canterbury Village Wednesday, October 26th! It will be a faBOOlous night out to benefit The Boys and Girls Club of South Eastern Michigan.
You’ve heard about the Ghosts of Canterbury, now you can learn all about the stories! Come on a Ghostwalk Tour throughout the village presented by shop Down the Rabbit Hole. To participate, it will be a $5 donation at the door. All donations will be given to the Boys and Girls Club of SEM. The Ghost walk begins at 7 pm meeting in front of The Wooden Tulip across from Yates.
Local businesses have graciously donated some great items to be raffled off throughout the night. Raffle tickets will be available at the door for purchase.
The Wooden Tulip Boutique will be donating 15% of their sales to Boys and Girls Club of SEM. Wear your festive Halloween shirt and be entered into a drawing for a prize.
Fourth Coast Cider Works will be hosting FREE Halloween trivia. They will also be donating $1 to the Boys and Girls Club of SEM for every can of hard cider sold from 6-9pm.
You will get to experience Canterbury Village decorated for Halloween, as well as shop several of the Canterbury shops.
Come by for a taro card reading, cocktails, food, prizes, and more!
Wed, 10/26: Wicked Wednesday (Green Barn Winery)
Join us for Wine & Witches! Dust off your broom & hat and come spend the evening with us from 6:30-8:30p! Best hat decorations contest, best dressed contest, appetizers, goodie bags & wine!
Tickets to this event must be purchased ahead of time due to limited space. $45 per person includes 2 glasses of wine, appetizers, goodie bag and contest. Please call 810-367-2400 to purchase tickets.
Thurs, 10/27: Witches Night Out (Mt. Clemens)
Grab your hat and your friends for a fun evening of shopping and dining in Downtown Mount Clemens.
Swoop into our shop for scary good deals on treasures you love!
Fri, 10/28: Family Tradition Band Show @ Coyote Joe’s Halloween Party (Shelby Twp)
Where everybody knows, where everybody goes, Coyote Joes!
Pre-sale tickets are only $10!
Costumes recommended but not required. Contest for best dressed male, female, and couples’, spooky drink specials, DJ, Line Dancing, LIVE MUSIC, & MORE!
Surprise SPECIAL guest too!
Fri, 10/28: Fowloween (Hamtramck)
Join us for a spooktacular night of Fowling, Drinking and Fun!
We will be hosting our Last Friday Tournament this night and we encourage everyone to dress up. Bring your own partner. All skill levels welcome!
$20 per person. Stay and play on the open play lanes after the tournament!
Cash prizes for first place team and drink specials for everyone all night long.
Tournament starts at 7PM, show up early to warm up and sign up.
***Tournament entry NOT required to enter costume contest***
Costume Contest @ 10PM
Must be present to win
Sat, 10/29: Howl-o-Ween Dog Brunch at Detroit Fleat
Bring your pup for our Howl-O-Ween Dog Brunch on Saturday, October 29th from 11-3pm at Fleat!
We’ve teamed up with The Long Drink to throw a dog-friendly brunch on the patio celebrating spooky season and benefitting our friends at BarkNation.
Look forward to:
•Dog Costume Party – we’re excited to see all the well-behaved dogs in their best Halloween gear!
•Bone Bar – your pup can belly up to our Bone Bar, where a selection of the finest fresh-baked dog treats and dog beers will be available for their brunch experience.
•Brunch for Humans – you can look forward to our delicious brunch menu and, of course, brunch cocktails.
•BarkNation Raffle – BarkNation will be on-site to join the fun and host a raffle for a swag basket.
•Dog Swag – our friends at The Long Drink love dogs, too – so they’ve generously supplied cool gear for your pup .
We are so excited to be able to support BarkNation in their endeavor to end canine cruelty and save lives!
A portion of sales from our Bone Bar and The Long Drink beverages will be donated directly to BarkNation.
Grab your best friend and join us at Fleat!
Sat, 10/29: Murder Mystery & Haunted House (Foundry, Port Huron)
The Hallway Entertainment is hosting live action Murder Mystery game where you are a team of detectives traveling from room to room to eliminate suspects, weapons and rooms to uncover the secrets of the Murder at the Mansion. (Limited spots available make sure to book ahead!)
Our Haunted House was so much fun last year we’re doing it again this year for just $8 a person.
From 6pm on no kids under 13 will be allowed to attend. Younger ages may join us during the day from 1-3pm.
Doors open at 6pm for haunted house and spooky activities.
Mansion Murder Mystery Game starts promptly at 7pm
Join us for a perfect day of Halloween fun no matter the weather, it’s all indoors!
Serving up spirits! It’s that time of year again! Join us at the Old Shillelagh for our annual Haunted Halloween…3 floors of food, booze, music, and whatever might be lurking in the corners. Wear your best costume – contest begins at 10pm and the 1st place winner will be taking $500 to the grave.
Must be 21+ with a valid ID to enter • 349 Monroe Street, Detroit • Share with a boo or two
Attention ghouls and goblins, it’s time to rise from the dead and head on over to Ciccarelli’s for our 17th annual Halloween Trick or Treat Costume Party.
Party starts at the end of the Michigan vs State football game.
Saturday, October 29th 2022
Costume contest! Cash & Prizes!
Live DJ and dancing!
+21 for entry
Live music & a Halloween Costume Contest w/ cash prizes!
Theme – Monster’s Ball
Costume Contest at 11:30pm
1st Place – $200
2nd Place – $100
3rd Place – $50
– Spooktacular drink and food specials
– Music & Dancing
Join us on Saturday, Oct 29th as we present Michigan’s Largest & Hottest Latin Halloween Party. In Collaboration with The Annex Detroit we present “Eyes Wide Shut Masquerade Ball” for Halloween 2022.
Eyes Wide Shut will be this year’s premier Latin Halloween party as we welcome you into a world of the sexiest costume party goers. A unique Latin night of spine-chilling euphoria that can’t be found anywhere else in Michigan.
All Costumes welcome & Strongly Encouraged.
Dj Tony Seduction – DJ Melaza- DJ Cisco
RESERVE YOUR VIP TODAY: Rafael Q 313:244:8700 or Leonardo (Choko) 313:850:4730