Sick of the same old haunted houses, trick or treats and such? Looking for something unique to do in Denver for Halloween? Who says you have to settle for the same old stuff you do every year? Denver is full of imaginative artistic Halloween fanatics who have come up with some very unique Halloween events for everyone. Whether you’re a goth, a parent or just a kid, one of these Halloween activities will make Halloween 2010 something memorable. Why not try something different this year?
Masquerade at the Gothic Theater
If you know anything about the Gothic Theater, you know this is no traditional masquerade ball. On October 31, 2010 at 7:00 pm, doors will open for a Halloween live music show. Dress in your scary or sexy Halloween finery. Best costume wins $500! Dance, head-bang or do whatever to live music. This event features Faces of Radio, Rachel James, Rightfully Accused, Project Aspect and Unltd. Gravity. To read more about these bands or purchase your tickets, go here. Tickets are just $19.50 for this very unique Denver Halloween event. The Gothic is located at 3263 S. Broadway in Englewood, Colorado.
Halloween with Horses
This is a fun family event held at the Colorado Horse Park on October 16, 2010. Look forward to horse and pony rides, a petting zoo and more. There’s a trick or treat barn for the kids, crafts people selling their wares and food vendors too. Just like an old fashioned harvest festival with horses added and a western type theme. For tickets ($14.00) and further information go here. Definitely a unique Denver Halloween event families won’t want to miss. Colorado Horse Park is located at 7522 South Pinery Drive, Parker, Co.
Capitol Hill Horror Stories
This is a sophisticated event for eclectic Denver adults. Halloween horror stories will be read by the dead. That is, thespians will play the parts of Molly Brown, Mark Twain, Edgar Allen Poe and the like, reading a variety of Halloween tales that are sure to make the hair on your neck stand straight and tall. Capitol Hill Horror Stories promises to be a unique Denver Halloween event you won’t soon forget. Join the dead narrators, Monday, October 25, 2010 from 5:30pm to 9:00 pm for their bone chilling renditions. For details go here. This event is put on at the Grant-Humphreys Mansion, 770 Pennsylvania St., Golden, Co.
Halloween Cemetery Crawl
What would Halloween be without a visit to your local cemetery to tour the graves of Denver pioneers? Never done that? Well, here’s your chance, Denver. Riverside Cemetery is the permanent resting place of some very interesting characters in Denver history. Join some fun loving historians on October 30, 2010 from 1:00pm to 4:00 pm for an informative and entertaining tour through one of the most historical Denver cemeteries. Tickets are $30.00. For more information about this unique Denver Halloween event go here. Riverside Cemetery is located at 5201 Brighton Boulevard, Denver, Co.