Celebrating Halloween in Vegas or Bringing a Las Vegas Halloween Theme to Your Home

Skeleton MaskLas Vegas, otherwise known as Sin City, is a land of lights, money, gambling, fancy shows, and glittered parties. If, by any chance, you would be stopping over at the city this Halloween, there are plenty of things for you. A word of caution, though; a Halloween in Vegas is one spectacular evening for adults.

There’s the Trick-or-Treat Pub Crawl where you get to whet your eager taste buds. Then, crawl next door, from Monte Carlo to Mandalay Bay and get spooked at the Frightdome at Circus Circus. If that’s not your thing, head out to the Fetish & Fantasy Halloween Ball at the Hard Rock Café.

Barfing Jack-O-LanternIf you’re looking to go all out and have nightmares, visit Eli Roth’s multilevel Goretorium. The director of the horror-thriller flick Hostel will surely get your creep on. For a lighter scare, zombies will be parading in the Las Vegas Halloween Parade near the Fremont Street Experience. Sounds like zombies are having the time of their lives in pop culture, eh?

Oh and by the way, word has it that Axl Rose and Guns N’ Roses are performing on Hallow’s eve — now that’s something you don’t want to miss.

If you want to bring the Las Vegas Halloween scene to your home, you can start by decorating the place with plenty of lights, glitter, and shimmer. You can also create miniature versions of the grand hotels and casinos and place them around the venue. Have a mini casino, a bar, and even a boxing ring. These are what Vegas is known for. You can have a mini chapel, too, for those who want to get “married” in Vegas. Now this is for one grand Halloween party.

Thinking of starting small? Stick to the lights and the red carpet, and let everyone come in their best Vegas costume. Vegas showgirls, casino personnel, blackjacks, and of course, what’s Vegas without the occasional Elvis? Then, play some Guns N’ Roses at the venue because, since they’re playing on Halloween eve, you’d still feel like you’re in the concert. Well, somehow.

For fun activities, have a mini faux boxing match between two willing individuals and have the winner take a makeshift trophy. Of course, you have got to have a bartender and a DJ on hand so that when things get a little too dragging, you can always turn on the music.

So how about that? Are you ready to spook things up this Hallow’s eve?


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