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While last years’ Halloween was more like an in-house festival, this year changes everything. You no longer have to be inside your house and decorate your windows. In 2021, you can go out of your house and enjoy your nights in these “Spooky Halloween Events in LA”. You’ll remember these events for your life.

The celebrations of Halloween have drifted from having family dinners to participating in various costume events where you can actually win money while having fun. A lot has changed in the past years, people no longer want to watch Halloween movies on Netflix (btw it’s totally fine to stay at home). 

There are so many events that happen in every city especially in LA. But not all of them can be the best, right? That’s why we have curated this list of Halloween events in LA, that will help you to find your perfect event for the night. Go through all the events and you’ll find the necessary information below.     

7 Best Halloween Events In LA

While not every event asks for a COVID-19 vaccine certification, some of them have made it mandatory for participation. So, it’s better to get fully vaccinated before you go out and interact with people. Coming back to events, they can cost you from $0 to $200. So, even you are a little tight on your budget, you’ll find something special for yourself in this article.   

1. Haunt O’ Ween | Woodland Hills

Haunt O’ Ween, 7 Spooky Halloween Events In LA

Haunt O’ Ween is the biggest event that could ever happen in LA. It has everything anyone could wish on Halloween. It invites people of all ages to have an immersive experience of Halloween. From the Grand Entrance to Malibu Wines Beer Garden, you will be jaw-dropped throughout the way. It is one of the best Halloween events in LA.   

DatesOct 1 to Oct 31
Timing5 PM onwards
Tickets$35 on weekends and $30 on weekdays
Venue6100 Topanga Canyon Blvd Woodland Hills, CA 91367

2. Tunnel Of Terror | Anaheim

Tunnel Of Terror;  7 Spooky Halloween Events In LA

If you want a real Halloween experience this October then you have to drive to Anaheim. This one on the list of Halloween events in LA brings a new concept.  The event is primarily a car wash service but with a little change. Zombies and nameless creatures will be doing your service, haunting you from outside while you are sitting inside your car (and in a tunnel). Only one ticket is required per car.

No two-wheelers and open-bed pickup trucks are allowed to participate in the car washing event. There are many other restrictions that you can read about from their official website. Also, kids under 10 can get scared there, so try to avoid taking them to Tunnel Of Terror.        

DatesOctober 7- October 31 (On Selected Nights)
Timing5 PM- 10 PM
Venue2219 Lincoln Ave. Anaheim, CA. 92801

3. L.P. Rooftop’s Halloween Bash | West Hollywood

L.P. Rooftop’s Halloween Bash;;  7 Spooky Halloween Events In LA

Visit this chic restaurant that follows all the social distancing rules very carefully. Spread over an area of $5,500 sq. feet, L.P Rooftop restaurant is throwing a Halloween Party on Oct 31. Their prices aren’t that expensive. The small plate starters are under $15 and they let you enjoy until 2 AM in the night. 

Also, if you are a sucker for views then L.P Rooftop is the best place out of all the Halloween events in LA. You’ll see the Hollywood Hills while partying on Oct 31 and nothing could top that.  

DatesOct 31
TimingMon-Fri 4PM-12AM & Sat-Sun 12PM-12AM
TicketsOnly the cost of food & drinks starting from $15
Venue603 N La Cienega Blvd. West Hollywood 90069. Cross-Street: Melrose Ave West Hollywood Ph. 310 855 9955 

4. Haunted Little Tokyo’s Pumpkin Patch | Japanese Village Plaza 

Haunted Little Tokyo’s Pumpkin Patch;  7 Spooky Halloween Events In LA

Here comes a super entertaining event that will give you a bone-chilling time while purchasing pumpkins. Pumpkins will be brought from Tanaka Farms, which is the best place to buy Pumpkin Patches in LA. All other activities will be free at the farm and you can also enjoy coloring contests. Do give them a visit, after all, it’s free! 

DatesOctober 16 & October 17
Timing11 am-5 pm
TicketsFree to $100
VenueJapanese Village Plaza, 335 E 2nd Street

5. Haunted Little Tokyo Scavenger Hunt | Japanese Village Plaza Mall 

Haunted Little Tokyo Scavenger Hunt;  7 Spooky Halloween Events In LA

Kids love a Scavenger Hunt and now they can celebrate Halloween with full entertainment. They will discover outdoor locations and their parents can have yummy treats. The makers of Little Tokyo encourage kids to wear costumes and they invite people of all ages. 

The team at Little Tokyo Scavenger Hunt gives maps at Cafe Dulce. Your kids will undoubtedly declare this Scavenger Hunt as one of the best Halloween events in LA.   

DatesSaturday, October 30
TimingTiming- 2-5 PM
TicketsFree to $100 
VenueBegin at Café Dulce, 134 Japanese Village Plaza Mall

6. Haunted Little Tokyo “Block Party” | Brunswig Square

 Haunted Little Tokyo “Block Party”;  7 Spooky Halloween Events In LA

Block Party by Little Tokyo is a Halloween event in LA that is at a secret location. You’ll be taken from Brunswig Square to the location and there you’ll have the DJs, food, drinks, and a lot more fun stuff. It is compulsory for all the visitors to be above 21 and have a certificate of COVID-19 vaccination.  

DatesSaturday, October 30
Timing7 PM-12 AM
TicketsFree to $100 
VenueCheck-in at Brunswig Square, 360 E. 2nd Street

7. Haunted Hayride | Griffith Park 

Haunted Hayride;  7 Spooky Halloween Events In LA

The last year’s walk-in event is a drive-in event this year. There will be monsters all around so think before taking your kids into the scary place, it is one of the best Halloween events in LA for a reason. There is also a midnight theatre and you have to book tickets for all these things in advance so be quick.  

DatesOct 31 to Nov 1
Timing7:00 PM to 12:00 PM
VenueLa’s Favorite Halloween Event, 4730 Crystal Springs Dr., Los Angeles, Ca 90027

Wrapping Up

That was all about this article on “Spooky Halloween Events in LA”. If you found this article informative then comment below. Out of all these, the Haunted Car Wash event is my favorite. What would it be like to be caged in a car surrounded by horrific creatures? Do you also want to have that experience? Tell us everything about it!  

Share this article with your friends and keep visiting PathOfEx for more useful information. Happy Halloween!

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