Halloween Las Vegas 2014

Halloween has turned into the most over-the-top holiday this side of New Year’s Eve. So needing any extra help to make this is a memorable day probably isn’t needed, but when you decide to celebrate Halloween in Las Vegas you know you are in for something extra special. Splash Magazines Worldwide has put together a few of the must visit Halloween spots while you are in Sin City.

Who better to celebrate Halloween with than the world-famous dance crew JABBAWOCKEEZ. They will celebrate Halloween with a special 4 p.m. matinee performance of “PRiSM” at Luxor Hotel and Casino on Friday, Oct. 31. Locals are invited to take advantage of a “Buy One, Get One Free” ticket offer. Complimentary candy will be provided to guests who arrive in costume as well as JABBAWOCKEEZ T-shirts awarded to the best costumes. And this year, Nevada Day falls on Halloween, so the kids are out of school!

At Shark Reef Aquarium’s Haunted Reef inside Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, Halloween and Dia de los Muertos come together for a frighteningly good weekend. On Halloween the Haunted Reef will host its annual community day. Kids ages 12 and under who dress up in a Halloween costume, as well as any adults who donate blood at the designated United Blood Services booth, will gain free admission to the aquarium. The weekend will continue with trick or treating, decorations and events that pay tribute to Dia de los Muertos.

Shark Reef Haunted Reef

Fright Dome at Circus Circus Las Vegas will put the scare into guests with this year’s theme of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. You will be able to step into scenes from the iconic film to fend off attacks from the notorious Leatherface. As if it couldn’t get any more terrifying, Fright Dome double-dog dares guests to enter “Isolation,” a haunted house for those bold enough to brave the traps and crazed inhabitants alone. This is the first year guests can experience the newest roller coaster, El Loco, under the darkness of the haunted attraction. El Loco is an adrenaline-pumping adventure complete with G drops, gravity-defying turns and over-the-edge twists, so scary you don’t need it to be Halloween to strike fear in your hear as you ride El Loco. Fright Dome is open 7 p.m. – midnight, through October 31st on select nights.

Circus Circus Fright Dome

Halloween is not just about a terrifying good scare, it is also about fall flavors and food designs and treats that only come out this time of the year.

Jean Philippe Pâtisserie always wows guests with a incomparable chocolate display. Halloween is no different as you will find intricately designed chocolates in the shape of pumpkins, witches and ghosts at Jean Philippe Pâtisserie in both Bellagio Resort & Casino and ARIA Resort & Casino. At Bellagio, guests will encounter a large chocolate skeleton and an enchanting six-piece Halloween scene inspired by the film “The Nightmare Before Christmas.”

Jean Philippe Patisserie Witch

Jean Philippe Patisserie Witch

Corner Cakes at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino will temp your sweet tooth this Halloween season with a variety of themed cupcakes available Thursday, Oct. 30 and Friday, Oct. 31. Take advantage of these treats, such as the eyeball-decorated gluten-free vanilla cupcake with white icing; the pumpkin-decorated “Nothing But Chocolate” dark chocolate cupcake with fudge icing; and the RIP-decorated Oreo and chocolate cupcake with Oreo cream.

The Monte Carlo Plaza is celebrating its first Halloween with spooky, yet tasty, food and drink specials. Double Barrel Roadhouse will offer drink specials Oct. 27 – 31, including the $14 Dark and Spooky Cocktail which features a black sugar rim with hanging fangs or a black spider ring. Those who want to celebrate into the night can do so with the all-you-can-drink draft and well cocktails for $30 until 1 a.m. BLVD Creamery is getting into the spirit of the season with fall ice cream flavors including Cranberry Sorbet, Pumpkin Spice, Sweet Potato and Pecan Pie. It wouldn’t be a true BLVD Creamery celebration without a spike to your treat, so enjoy a variety of alcohol-infused flavors including Sam Adams Oktoberfest, Ace Pumpkin Cider, Shipyard Pumpkin Ale, Warsteiner Oktoberfest and Firestone Oktoberfest.

Double Barrel Dark & Spooky

Long know for having one of the most creative cocktail programs in all of Las Vegas, this is the perfect season to enjoy a drink at Sage inside of ARIA. Order a Smoke Missing Mirrors, a cocktail that begins with an aromatic trick and ends with a tantalizing treat. During preparation, bartenders ignite a bourbon barrel plank creating a smoky haze captured within the serving glass before adding a cognac-based cocktail.  Those looking to tempt their sweet tooth may reach for the Pink Cashmere, a tasty cocktail topped with cotton candy.

Pantry, the new 24-hour restaurant at The Mirage, will kick-off its first Halloween with pumpkin pancakes complete with cream cheese icing and salted caramel. Guests can also enjoy fresh, home-spun pumpkin streusel muffins. Caramel apple cupcakes, pumpkin cheese cake and a collection of spooky cookies will await guests at The Mirage’s Roasted Bean. BLT Burger at The Mirage also joins in the Halloween festivities with savory battered fried pumpkin wedges served with sweet ‘n spicy yogurt sauce.

Halloween treats can also come in liquid form this Halloween season. Guests at The Chocolate Bar at New York-New York can enjoy martinis inspired by classic Halloween candies including the Hershey’s Kisses Chocolate Signature Martini with Three Olives Chocolate vodka, Absolut Vanilla vodka and white crème de cacao and the Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Martini with nut liquor, Three Olives chocolate vodka and cream.

Mizuya Lounge at Mandalay Bay will offer six frightful cocktail options including Fangbanger, a fusion of Absolut Vanilla vodka, grenadine and Pepsi; Faery Nectar with Beefeater gin, Campari, Solerno blood orange liqueur and Prosecco; Shredded Gator with Absolut Raspberri, lime and cranberry juices; Swamp Water, a blend of Malibu Black rum, rhubarb soda, fresh blueberries, lime juice and mint; V Shot, a blend of Red Bull and Pernod Ricard; and Tru Blood made with Absolut Mandarin, Pama and blood orange soda.

For spirit-free options, Sambalatte at Monte Carlo will offer pumpkin spice and chai apple lattes.

Hakkasan Las Vegas Nightclub at MGM Grand and The Bank Nightclub at Bellagio offer adults the ultimate Halloween party experience. Hakkasan will transform into the Forbidden City where a sultry Empress rewards patrons wearing the sexiest attire with cash prizes. The haunting holiday lasts all month with a DJ lineup featuring the biggest names in the industry. The Bank will host an Instagram contest with a chance to win $40,000. To further sweeten the deal, DJ Pauly D will make a special, spooky appearance on Saturday, November 1st.

Hyde Bellagio will transform into a frightening fantasyland next week with three nights of Halloween events celebrating the spookiest season of the year. On Tuesday, October 28, festivities start when Hyde teams up with Fright Dome to transform the weekly Lost Angels Industry Night into a night fright. Characters from the famed haunted attraction will mingle with Hyde’s costumed crowd, spooking clubgoers in a completely decked out venue. Guests will enjoy house beats by DJ Joe Maz into the early morning hours and giveaways including two-for-one tickets to the full Fright Dome experience. The festivities continue on Oct. 30 with Hyde’s Halloween Masquerade, and culminate on All Hallows’ Eve, Oct. 31, with Hyde in the Dark, where party-goers are encouraged to don their spookiest and sexiest costumes and dance the night away to the sounds of the musical duo Konflict in the DJ booth.

The LINQ starts Halloween early as they host a pre-Halloween BLOQ party to benefit In 12 Days, a locally-grown charity that gives inspiration and hope to families who have suffered the loss of a loved one. The BLOQ party takes place on October 26th from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. For a $30 admission, guests can enjoy a full afternoon of entertainment and fun as The LINQ transforms into a costumed Halloween celebration related to the 12 Days of Christmas story.

Admission includes a ticket to ride the High Roller (lords leaping over Vegas,) dance to a live DJ and bowl at Brooklyn Bowl (dancing ladies), spin the big wheel with a live radio DJ for free tickets to Blue Man Group (drummers drumming) and other theme related shows, trick-or-treat for pipers piping, golden rings, partridges, drummers, and everything else in at all participating LINQ merchants, enjoy live entertainment including stilt walkers, dove-shaped balloon animals and take advantage of special one-day discounts from many of The LINQ Promenade retailers.

Tickets may be purchased online in advance at www.Classy.org/in12days October 26th or in-person at The LINQ Promenade the day of the event. For additional information on the event, please call The LINQ Concierge at 702-322-0560.

For more information on visit: The LINQ and IN 12 Days

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