Celebrate Halloween 2018 in Downtown Las Vegas

Halloween in downtown Las Vegas is the only place to enjoy free live entertainment, epic costumes, thrilling attractions and immerse yourself in the ultimate party scene, all in one place. Get ready, because downtown is taking Halloween to a whole new level this year.

See what we’ve got planned at Fremont Street Experience for Halloween!

Rock of Horror Party at Fremont Street Experience

Free Concert: Here Come the Mummies

Saturday, October 27, 2018 – 9:00 p.m.

Here Come the Mummies in Las Vegas
Here Come the Mummies is going to wake the dead!

If the spooky costumes and spectacular decorations in downtown Las Vegas aren’t enough this Halloween, Here Come the Mummies will be “trick-or-treating” audiences to a free concert at the Fremont Street Experience’s 3rd Street stage! The eight-piece funk-rock band features musicians decked out as Egyptian mummies and has been playing to sold-out shows across the country. Here Come the Mummies will be bringing the Halloween celebration to Las Vegas this year, so you don’t want to miss this special performance. Click here for more information.

Halloween Costume Contest

Wednesday, October 31, 2018 Halloween costumes on Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas

You spent all that time planning and prepping your Halloween costumes, now’s your chance to finally show them off! Nobody does Halloween quite like Fremont Street, so be ready to go up against some real competition. Cash prizes will be given out for the most impressive and unique costumes, and we can’t wait to see the mischief and mayhem that will turn up this year. Click here to learn more.

RELATED: 20 Las Vegas Halloween Costumes Inspired by Downtown

Special Halloween Viva Vision Light Show

Nightly, following regularly-scheduled Viva Vision shows at 7:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m.

The iconic Viva Vision screen at Fremont Street Experience is a true Las Vegas landmark featuring the world’s largest single video screen that spans 1,500 feet and towers 90 feet above the bustling downtown crowd. In true Halloween fashion, Viva Vision will play a mix of your favorite ghoulish songs, including “Monster Mash,” “Thriller” and famous theme songs from “The Addams Family,” “Ghostbusters” and “Nightmare on Elm Street.” All Viva Vision light shows are free and open to the public. Learn more here.

Halloween Las Vegas
Oh, it’ll be warped.

SlotZilla Zip Line

Riders on SlotZilla Zip Line

There’s no question the best view of downtown Las Vegas is from high over Fremont Street on the scream-worthy SlotZilla zipline! Take off from the world’s largest slot machine for a thrilling ride under the Viva Vision canopy. You’re sure to see all the best Halloween costumes, decorations and entertainment from this angle while soaring through the air at 77 feet up. If you have your favorite superhero costume on, even better. SlotZilla was just awarded Best Amusement Ride, Best Extreme Adventure and Best Family Attraction in Best of Las Vegas awards! Check out the details or purchase tickets here.


Sin City Halloween 5K Run and Parade

Sin City Halloween will be hosting a 5K Halloween Run and a Halloween Parade on Oct. 27 in downtown Las Vegas. Strut your stuff while running around downtown at 6:00 p.m. or slow it down for the parade at 8:30 p.m. Registration for the 5K run can be done before the event, but you must register ahead of time to participate in the parade. Both events are free for spectators. The parade will start between 8th and 9th Streets on Fremont Street and ends at the Abbey Road crosswalk, just blocks from the Fremont Street Experience. Don’t forget to hurry back to the 3rd Street stage near The D for the free Here Come the Mummies concert at 9:00 p.m.


Vegas Beer and Music Festival, Halloween Edition

The Downtown Events Lot on Fremont Street will be bringing beer lovers and music fans together on Oct. 27 from 6:00p.m. to 10:00 p.m. to celebrate Halloween this year. With admission to the bi-annual Vegas Beer and Music Festival, guests have access to unlimited samples of countless craft beers while enjoying live music and performances throughout the venue. Costumes are highly encouraged, so you’re dressed and ready to go when you walk over to the Fremont Street Experience for the Rock of Horror party.

Do Halloween in Downtown Las Vegas

With so many events, performances and thrilling attractions to see at the Fremont Street Experience and in the downtown area this Halloween, Las Vegas is sure to deliver this year. Get your Halloween costumes ready and head to downtown Las Vegas for an epic party you won’t soon forget.

And if you can’t join us for Halloween, no worries! The Fremont Street Experience keeps the party going all year long. Learn more about things to do in Las Vegas.

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