Whether you're a late-night costume contest faithful or if a pumpkin patch is more your speed, we've got the lowdown on all the Halloween Happenings around the Lowcountry from now until All Hallow's Eve. Keep checking back for more!

DanceFX and Entropy host combo party and performance
DanceFX and Entropy host combo party and performance Dance Trance

At a recent rehearsal for DanceFX and Entropy Arts' dance performance-party event, Halloween at the Farm, DanceFX faculty member and choreographer Chelsea Ray led her dancers through a piece called "The Ultimate Sacrifice." — Kristen Barner


Halloween Round-up: For all that is hallow
Halloween Round-up: For all that is hallow Where to get down, dress up, and maybe even earn some prizes all over town

In a city with so much to do, the decision of where to commit yourself on Halloween night can be more than a little stressful. Costume contests, theme parties, cheap drinks, and live music are all elements that need to be taken into account. — Katherine LaDue


Eat This Tomorrow: Boo-tiful Treats
Eat This Tomorrow: Boo-tiful Treats Bone-Appetit

It’s finally here, y’all. If you’re as Halloween crazed as we are, you may have already meticulously planned every detail of your wicked weekend. You selected your costume, decided which parties to attend, and know what horror movies you’re going to watch. What about sweets? C’mon, you know you’re too old for trick-or-treating. Don’t fret. We’ve got you covered on the eerie eats. — Mia Mendez


Trey Smith has been involved with Boone Hall Fright Nights since the beginning
Trey Smith has been involved with Boone Hall Fright Nights since the beginning The Man Behind the Masks

It's hard to think of a time when Boone Hall's towering castle couldn't be seen from Highway 17 in Mt. Pleasant. Its construction signals the start of the haunting season and means that pumpkins and ghosts are just around the corner. — Melissa Tunstall


Event Staff Picks

  •   Halloween at Mex 1
    Fri., Oct. 31 | MEX 1

    Get a free meal and a much-needed drink if you bring the family dressed up on Halloween; kids in costume eat free, and parents in costume get a free margarita.


  •   The Haunted Warehouse
    Fri., Oct. 31 | Warehouse

    After the Elliotborough parade and festival, DJ Mateo will start spinning at 8 p.m. $7 specialty cocktails made with Hangar One Vodka, Maestro Dobel Tequila, and Cannonborough Beverage Co. sodas will be available, and the place will be decked out frighteningly.


  •   Halloween at Rec Room
    Fri., Oct. 31 | The Recovery Room

    Enjoy tunes from DJ Bird Flu and DJ Jeff ET and a WWF Royal Rumble-themed costume contest.


  •   The Royal Tinfoil and SUSTO
    Fri., Oct. 31 | The Royal American

    Alt-country group SUSTO and bluesy rock group The Royal Tinfoil will grace the stage for a spooky Halloween show.


  •   Shelter Superhero and Villain Party
    Fri., Oct. 31 | The Shelter Kitchen + Bar

    Live music by High 5 at 10 p.m. Prizes will be awarded to the best costumed participants. Fall beer specials and drink specials will be offered all night.


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