It’s a howl. A screaming good time.
Halloween in Las Vegas is far from horror-ble. It’s fun!
There’s so much to see and do it’s, well, almost frightening.
Walk down the Strip and soak up the scene. Roam the casinos and see things like people in chicken suits playing blackjack. Hit the clubs for some of the most outlandish costumes on the planet.
And althought Halloween is on a Sunday in 2020, the party is happening all weekend. So don’t get too hammered on Saturday night!
Party alongside “Marilyn Monroe,” sexy cops, fantasy flight attendants and celebrities, either real or created.Halloween is everywhere in Las Vegas, which makes it one of the top places to be for this “adultfest” in the USA.
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In Vegas, the party is primarily in three places: The casinos, along the Strip and the clubs. And oh, those clubs. Regardless of the location, it’s not a spine-chilling, but an emotionally thrilling, experience
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Las Vegas Halloween Party: The Casinos
Perhaps the coolest thing about being in Las Vegas for Halloween is cruising the casinos. For it is there that the true identity of Vegas reveals itself.
Even for those who do not gamble heavily, the casinos are the heartbeat of the city. The various themes, indoor malls, restaurants, bars and sports books make them a mecca of activity on any given day. Being there for Halloween only adds to the experience.
Looking at people in costumes at the gaming tables brings on smiles like a college tailgate party. Where else can one see someone in a chicken or bunny suit playing blackjack?
The casinos are the perfect pre-party place before hitting the clubs. Or. for those who don’t turn into a pumpkin after the clubs close (3 a.m.), as well.
Las Vegas Halloween Party: The Strip
Perhaps the greatest aspect of being in Vegas for Halloween is the Strip.
It’s good anytime of the day to roam like a mummy.
While the street is not blocked off as it is for New Year’s Eve the sidewalks are this party’s hostess. Something like a beer bong bash is capable of breaking out at any time. There’s always a number of fun groups walking about, convenience stores sell to-go alcohol and bars and the casinos are only steps away.
It’s quite possible to have an enjoyable – and inexpensive – Halloween in Vegas just cruising up and down the Strip.
Along the way, there is usually a block party outside of Margaritaville; there’s a band and drink stations (starts at 6 p.m.). The Carnival Court bar at Harrah’s is worth a look in the afternoon as people pre-party there in costume to club music. Check later to see if there’s a a costume contest ($10 cover).
Be sure and also check out The LINQ Promenade which has several things happening on Halloween weekend (even an Oktoberfest beer stein holding contest).
Las Vegas Halloween Party: The Clubs
Party goers in Vegas are attracted to the clubs like ghosts to a cemetery. These nightclubs are high-end havens that have themed parties, host costume contests, Halloween Eve events and pack in people like kids pack their bellies with candy.
The scene outside the venues tell the story – lines in every direction, busy bouncers rummaging through guest lists and smartly-dressed girls working their looks and costumes to their advantage to get inside and party.
Cleavage, it seems, is the most effective attribute to put on display.
The top tip is to get on a guess list in advance – you’ll be bumping into people all day on the Strip offering this to you – and that may not even work. Unless you are a hot girl and show a lot of cleavage.