Halloween Events, Haunted Houses and More In and Around Lubbock
It's the time of year for haunted houses, Halloween carnivals and events. Here is a list of all things Halloween happening in and around Lubbock this October.
Locations, times and links are included for trick or treat, concerts, canine events, walks/runs, movies and more! Have fun, be safe and have a Happy Halloween!
Nightmare on 19th Street
Lonestar Events Center: 602 E. 19th Street
Thursdays (7:30-11:00), Sundays (7:30-10:30) : Ticket Price: $20
Fridays/Saturdays/Halloween Night (7:30-11:30) : Ticket Price: $25
V.I.P Passes: Ticket Price + $10 :: Skip to the front of every line
Season Passes: $75 :: Come any night, even multiple times a night
Halls of Horror
Trader’s Market: 1201 84th Street
Adults $19, kids under 9, $10
The Blackness Haunted House
6th and Date Street in Plainview
Open every Friday/Saturday in October
Lubbock Historical Haunts
A listing of places in Lubbock with ghost sitings and strange happenings.
Haunted Woods of Smyer
October 17, 18, 24, 25, 31 from 8pm-midnight
All proceeds benefit the Smyer Volunteer Fire Department.
Alamo Drafthouse Month of Halloween Movies
Alamo Drafthouse: 120 W. Loop 289
Horror Movie Marathon, The Shining, Death Becomes Her, The Thing, Creepshow, Hauntedween, Hocus Pocus, Halloween, Rocky Horror Picture Show, Ghost Busters Quote-a-Long, Gone Girl, The Prestige, and more
Maggie Trejo Supercenter: 3200 Amherst Street
Friday, October 10th 6pm-8pm
Wear your costume and enjoy trick-or-treating, food, carnival games, crafts, face painting. Admission is two cans of food or $1 per child.
Dog Day Howl-O-Ween
Maxey Community Center: 4020 30th Street
Saturday, October 11th at 10am
Dress up your dog for the 8th annual costume contest! The cost is $1 per dog or donate a dog toy. Admission is free to the public. Dogs must be leashed. The City of Lubbock Animal Services will be available to microchip your dog for $10.
Pumpkin Carving Workshop
Memorial Arboretum: 4111 University Ave
Wednesday, October 15th 6pm-9pm
Bring a pumpkin to carve for the Pumpkin Trail. Carving tools and refreshments will be provided.
Howl-O-Ween Dog Run/Walk
Saturday, October 25th
Canyon Lake 6
Bring your 4-legged friends, monsters and goblins and join us for this family-friendly event. With 2 distance options (2K9 – 1.2 miles with your furry friends or 4 miles without a leash), there is an event for everyone. The “family-friendly” course of 2K9 (1.2 miles) will take you along the beautiful Canyon Lake 6. The more challenging 4-mile course will have you running through the City of Lubbock Cemetery and paying tribute to Lubbock’s most famous son, Buddy Holly. The course will conclude with a loop around Canyon Lake 6.
Friday Night Presented by Moonlight Directions
Legacy Event Center: 1500 14th Street
Sunday, October 26th 6pm-8pm
Spooktacular concert, Costume Contest, Raffle, and Concession Stand. An entertaining way to kick off the week of Halloween!
Lubbock Symphony Orchestra Halloween
Our Lady of Grace Church: 3111 Erskine Street
Sunday, Oct 26th 5pm-7:30pm
Make an instrument, have your face painted, visit the instrument petting zoo, take a conducting lesson, child friendly costume contest, and more! Concert begins at 6:30pm.
University Symphony Orchestra Halloween “Hauntcert”
Hemmle Recital Hall: 2624 18th Street
Thursday, Oct 30th 7pm-9pm
Instrument petting zoo, Halloween costume contest, and pre-concert performance by the Texas Tech String Project students.
National Ranching Heritage Center: 3121 4th Street
Friday, Oct 31st 4pm-7pm
Trick-or-Treats can fill their bags with period correct treats as they visit several of the historic structures. $1 hayrides will be offered through the park, a cake walk, and fall crafts at the Four Sixes barn.
Halloween Teen Dance
Rawlings Community Center: 213 40th Street
Friday, Oct 31st 6pm-9pm
$2 per person
Dress up in your favorite Halloween costume as you dance with friends, enjoy refreshments and win prizes.