Witches, goblins, and ghosts oh my! Spooky season is in full swing, and we are here to provide you with all things Halloween in Frisco. From glowing pumpkin trails to fall-tastic photo opportunities, these Frisco events are wicked fun.
Frights’n Lights: Riders Field Oct. 1-31
Think your pumpkin carving skills are good? Frights’n Lights at Riders Field features thousands of perfectly carved jack-o-lanterns with images so detailed you might think they are alive. These petrifying pumpkins are a perfect instagram-worthy backdrop for all of your spooky season photos. Experience a haunted hay maze, themed rides, ghostly lanterns, food, drinks, crafts, and more at this outdoor Halloween spookyland.
Halloween Spooktacular: The Star Oct. 29
Get some early candy at The Star’s first Halloween Spooktacular event presented by Monument Realty, where there will be trunk-or-treating, spooky photo opportunities, music, games, and more. The Star district features Dallas Cowboys’ attractions, several dining, entertainment, and shopping locations so everyone in the family will leave with a treat.
Rocky Horror Picture Show & Frisco Zombie Crawl: Rail District Oct. 29
Put on your favorite zombie make-up and get ready to yell for some brains! This zombie crawl leads participants down Main Street to their final destination…a special showing of the interactive Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Nack Theater. Zombie participants will receive a bag of spooky goodies and a free pre-chosen cocktail. Must be 21 or older to attend.
More Bone-ified Spooktacular Events
Some other Halloween activities for the whole family this fall in Frisco include:
Sounds at The Star featuring Prophets & Outlaws on Oct. 26
Haunted - Frisco Comp Series on Oct. 28
Trick or Treat the Square on Oct. 29
Heritage Halloween on Oct. 29
Have a Frightfully Fun Fall in Frisco
Make the most out of the spooky season in Frisco with a Halloween getaway at one of these hotels. While you’re here, get a jump start on your holiday list by checking out Frisco’s shopping.
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