It is officially Friday the 13th and it’s spooky season! So, buckle up and get ready for some spook-tastic events taking place in Lubbock this weekend.

Here are a few options that you can check out with your friends and family.

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Midnight Cravings

Lubbock’s iconic Midnight Cravings is taking over the Cardinal Sport’s Center parking lot once again for their popular food truck event. This time will be a bit different because it is Friday the 13th in October, the spookiest day of them all (besides Halloween). In order to celebrate this special occasion properly, they will have a variety of great Lubbock food trucks as well as some spooky vendors and a showing of the movie Hocus Pocus.

The event starts at 9:00 p.m. and goes past midnight. The movie will start at 9:40, and they are asking everyone to bring their own chairs and blankets to sit and watch.

Pumpkin Painting Party

HubCity Slaps and Cactus Cat Studios are partnering up to host a Pumpkin Painting Party this Saturday, October 14th. They will provide all of the supplies you need to paint a fantastic pumpkin that you get to take home and enjoy. You must purchase a ticket to participate, and the event is happening from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. at 4204 Boston Ave.

Boo Market

The Weird Space is hosting their first monthly market this Saturday from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. There will be a variety of local vendors to shop from, and the theme is the ‘Boo Market’ in the spirit of Halloween. They will have these types of markets every second Saturday for the foreseeable future.

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