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Halloween Weekend Entertainment

It’s Halloween weekend this weekend…even though Halloween ends up on a Wednesday this year!  There are lots of different events to check out around the Duluth area and many opportunities to dress up in your costumes for a night of fun and entertainment. I have come up with a list of my top picks for places to go and experience this weekend.  Make it a spooky blast and don’t forget to be safe!

Friday:

Survive Duluth- This awesome zombie invasion takes place on the Duluth lakewalk, and involves racing for your life to escape zombie lifeforms!  You have two hour to go from Leif Erikson park to the Marine Museum and at the end to celebrate, there will be a Zombie party at Grandma’s Sports Garden for the 21+ crowd.  Should be an epic time!  Starts at 7:30 pm.

Haunted Ship and Terror in Buffalo Valley- Both of these haunted tours will still be available this weekend, on Friday starting at 7:00 for Buffalo Valley and 6:30 for the Haunted Ship

Saturday:

Field of Screams- This haunted maze will be held at Engwall’s Agri-tainment Center (just outside Engwall’s greenhouse) and twists and turns for almost a mile!  Admission is $8.00 and it is a Duluth tradition.  Check it out!

2012 Terror Train- This event will be taking place on the North Shore’s Scenic Railroad and is costume mandatory.  The band Derailed will be playing at the event and it will start at 5:00 til Midnight.  Tickets start at $29.00….but it’s a must do for the Halloween party scene!

Halloween Hangar- This party goes down every Halloween for the Twin Ports, taking place in a hangar of the Duluth airport.  Tickets are on sale now for only $5 for students at Fond Du Luth casino and the price will skyrocket by the night of, so buy them now.  Costumes, entertainment, and plenty of drinks and interesting things to see.  Begins at 9:00 and goes until 3:00 am.

Halloween at Grandmas Sports- Just like every Saturday, Grandma’s Sports Garden will be open for dancing, drinks, and fun.  However, this weekend will be theming Halloween, so dress up everyone!  No cover and begins around 11.

Sunday:

Scholastica’s Halloween Dance- No explanation necessary.  Wear a costume and be ready to go by 9:00 at the Reif.  Bring your student ID.

 

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