Your Complete Guide to Last-Minute and Affordable Halloween 2018 Events in Seattle

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If you missed your chance to get tickets to the biggest Halloween parties and concerts (or you don’t want to shell out the cash), fear not: There are still tons of events happening around town the weekend before Halloween and the week of the holiday that won’t cost more than $15. We’ve rounded them all up below, from parties (like the Chophouse Row Halloween Costume Party) to music shows (like Guayaba, Lilac, Izumi, and Mira Death), from film screenings (like The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari) to art events (like the Frye’s Special Halloween Tour), from dance parties (like Pony’s Halloweekend) to pub crawls (like the Pike Place Zombie Crawl and Ninth Annual Emergency Room Costume Crawl), and from events for kids (like Hilloween) to events for pets (like Peddler’s Howl-O-Ween Dog Party). For even more options, check out our complete guide to haunted houses and ghost stories or our complete Halloween calendar.

Frankenstein Illustrators Art Show
Vertvolta Press presents an illustrated edition of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein with art by Devon Ashby, Stephen Crowe, Ashley Fairfax, Courtney Huston, Avery Peregrine, Dean Russell, and Kitri Wood. See the original pieces and celebrate the publication.
(Ballard, free)

Comedy O’Clock November Release: Back From the Dead
Comedy troupes Alone Together and Wall Flowers will rise from the underworld for a spooky show.
(Greenwood, free)

Pike Place Zombie Crawl
Dress in your best undead threads and most morbid makeup for this zombie crawl, in which you’ll shamble through Pike Place Market in search of themed libations at participating restaurants and bars. Drinks will include the Bloody Eyeball Float from Shug’s Soda Fountain + Ice Cream, a Blood Orange Mule from Rachel’s Ginger Beer, the El Diablo with Hellfire Bitters from Maximilien, and more.
(Downtown, free admission)

Montlake Halloween Carnival
Kids can play carnival games, get their faces painted, make arts & crafts, and collect candy. There will also be a donation bin for a toiletry drive.
(Montlake, free)

Bleeding Tree, Kelly Shirey, Jessie Penaluna, Steve Dorn
Loosen up your limbs to “the spookiest danciest pop hits” from local Top 40 cover band Bleeding Tree, plus singer-songwriters Kelly Shirey, Jessie Penaluna, and Steve Dorn. You’re encouraged to wear a costume.
(Downtown, $10/$15)

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