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San Diego’s Halloweekend Party Guide

San Diego’s Halloweekend Party Guide

San Diego might be all sunshine and palm trees throughout the year, but don’t be fooled. When October hits, this city is ready to party under a full moon. Possibly the BOOziest holiday in SD, it’s time to break open those deadly spirits and start planning your Halloweekend itinerary! With so much to choose from, we compiled a list of the top Halloween parties to show some zombie face. Just don’t overdo it on those magic potions ;)

 

1. PB Bar Crawl

When: Saturday, October 27, 2018

Checkin 6-9 Crawl 9-2

Where: El Prez

4190 Mission Blvd

San Diego, CA 92109

Price: $35 + tax

Website: https://nightout.com/events/pacific-beach-halloween-pub-crawl/tickets

For all the college students and young 20 somethings of San Diego, PB is the place to be this Halloweekend. For $35, one wristband gains you drink discounts and entry to 15+ bars Saturday, October 27th. Emphasis on drink discounts...such as free welcome shots at bars like El Prez and home sweet Duck Dive.

 

2. Hard Rock: A Halloween Odyssey

When: Saturday, October 27, 2018

8pm-2am

Where: Hard Rock Hotel San Diego

207 5th Avenue

San Diego, CA 92101

Price: GA $60-80 + tax

Website: http://www.hardrockhotelsd.com/halloween.php

Infamous for throwing the biggest parties all year round, the Hard Rock gears up again for their annual Halloween party. With over 5+ floors to boogie down on, there’s no shortage of guys and ghouls ;)

 

3. Zombie Crawl Gaslamp Takeover

When: Friday, October 26, 2018

Saturday, October 27, 2018

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

6pm - 2am

Where: American Junkie

628 5th Avenue

San Diego, CA 92101

Price: $40 + tax

Website: https://nightout.com/events/sandiegozombiecrawl/10-26-2018/tickets

On any given night, Gaslamp is popping. So you can bet your candy the Zombie Crawl will not disappoint. Possibly one of the most all-inclusive Halloween parties in SD, one ticket gains you a plethora of amenities, including entry to 20+ parties and 30+ drink AND food discounts to 15+ bars. Yeah you read that right.

 

4. Sinners & Saints: Night out at the Haunted Museum

When: Friday, October 26th

7-11pm

Where: Museum of Man

350 El Prado

San Diego, CA 92101

Price: $65-250

Website: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3614669

First of all, this Halloween party is thrown at the Museum of Man. What better place to have a spooky night than at a museum full of ancient mummies? In addition to the famous artifacts, appetizers are served all night, there’s multiple bars throughout the museum, a live DJ, costume contests and more; but really makes this party special is that it gives back to the community. 100% of proceeds from the event will be donated to Urban Street Angels, a non-profit organization committed to ending youth homelessness and aiding homeless youth in San Diego county.

 

5. Spooktober Fest



When: Saturday, October 27th

7pm - 1am

Where: North and South Park

The Lafayette Hotel

Price: $40 + 1 craft beer

$50 at the door - if there’s any left

Website: https://www.lafayettehotelsd.com/events/san-diego/spooktober-fest  

A Halloween party with an Oktoberfest twist is perhaps the most “Fall” event this Halloweekend! What makes this party unique is the focus on craft beer and the Winzerer Fahndl inspired beer garden, offering selections from Elysian, Green Flash, Coronado, Fall and Thorn Street Brewing. If beer is your game, then Spooktober Fest is the name.

 

6. WCKD Village: A Halloween Music Fesitval

When: Saturday, October 27th

6-12pm

Where: 7th Avenue (Between Market and J Street)

San Diego, CA 92101

Price: $35-180

Website: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/wckd-village-2018-halloween-music-festival-tickets-47579016118

It might be the largest Halloween party in SD, but it’s also one of the most affordable, making this event a win-win!! Last year this event was a block party, but it’s since been upgraded to full on MUSIC FESTIVAL status. And yes, the guest performer is the one and only E-40. So grab your tickets for 6 blocks of music, neon paint, free photo booths and lots of alcoholic spirits.  

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