seattle halloween party stock

Seattle Halloween Parties 2023

Don’t let the kiddos have all the fun this Halloween. These Seattle Halloween parties and events are geared toward adults who are looking for a unique way to celebrate alongside other holiday-loving ghosts and goblins.

Oct. 13: Witches Tea

Call your coven and gather at the Fireside Room at Hotel Sorrento in Seattle at 1 p.m. The Witches Tea–taking place in the 114-year-old haunted hotel–will offer a delicious tea service with a twist, accompanied by sandwitches and tasty sweets. Witches in attendance can also enjoy a photo booth and tarot card readings and are encouraged to dress is costume. Though all ages are welcome, libations will be available for those 21 and over.
Cost: $75.
For more information:

Oct. 19 to Oct. 31, Select Dates: This is Halloween

Taking place on select dates throughout October at Mainstage Theatre at The Triple Door, This is Halloween is dark fantasy burlesque musical and an original adaptation parody of the misadventures of the adored character, Jack Skellington. The show features Can Can’s signature cabaret as well as live orchestral music.
Cost: $39 to $59.
For more information:

Oct. 27: Halloween Party Cruise

Gear up for a night full of fright and partying with Seattle’s Waterways Cruises. Music, dancing and giveaways are all on board for this cruise, as well as a Halloween-themed menu and festive cocktails. Before they are back on land, party-goers (the cruise is only for those 21 and older) can capture the moment in the photo booth area. Boarding is set for 8:30 p.m., with guests returning by 11:30 p.m.
Cost: $87.
For more information:


Oct. 27: It’s Alive: An Evening of Monsters and Mayhem

From 7 to 10 p.m. at Hotel Sorrento’s Fireside Room, this Seattle Halloween party features live music from Sarah Rudinoff and Chris Jeffries and a short story reading from author Rebecca Brown. Plus, guests of the 21-and-older event will dig into decadent Italian bites and plenty of bubbly. Guests are encouraged to dress in costume.
Cost: $75.
For more information:

Oct. 28: The Haunted Rooftop Halloween

King’s Ballroom & Perch Rooftop, atop Embassy Suites by Hilton Seattle Downtown Pioneer Square, will be the place to be to ring in Halloweekend, where revelers will enjoy the tunes from a duo of DJs, an LED wall, spooky decor and pre-paid drink tickets. Costumes are encouraged at this adults-only haunted hotel-themed Seattle Halloween party, which takes place 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Cost: General admission ticket-holders must arrive by 10:30 p.m. and will enjoy one pre-paid drink ticket (starting at $35). Additional drinks will be available for purchase. Those will VIP tickets (starting at $89) will receive two hours of pre-paid premium drinks from 9:15 to 11:15 p.m., plus access to the VIP section with a private bar, upgraded party favors and more. Room packages are also available.
For more information:

Oct. 29: Halloween Drag Brunch

Featuring appearances by King Tyra Sanchez, India Farrah and Venus D-Lite from “RuPaul’s Drag Race” and hosted by Kristie Champagne, this Halloween Drag Brunch at Outlier promises to be a frightfully fun event for those 21 and older. The brunch menu at this Seattle Halloween party will be paired with bubbly by the pitcher as well as a festive cocktails. Doors open at 11 a.m.
Cost: $25. Tickets guarantee a seat and free valet parking through Hotel Monaco (one car per party).
For more information:

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *