What will you be doing this Halloween in Memphis? Halloween is here and the cheers of ‘Happy Halloween’ and ‘Trick or Treat’ will be chanting throughout the city.
If all you have planned is Trick or Treating in the neighborhoods of Memphis and you’re looking for more things to do in the city this Halloween 2014, then we’ve put together a Halloween list of Things To Do in Memphis .
There’s many things to do in Memphis throughout the city in areas such as University of Memphis area, Downtown Memphis, Copper-Young district and throughout the city at Memphis parties and Memphis nightclubs and more.
With so many Memphis events and happenings going on, finding things to do is not the problem but figuring out which event to register or go to may now be the new problem in the city of Memphis.
Check out the list below of Things To Do on Halloween in Memphis, TN.
If there’s something we’ve missed, please feel free to leave your message in the comment section below.
The Mid-South Maze (Corn Maze) – The Corn Maze at the Agricenter International is legendary for its entertainment and mystical designs carved into the cornfield, which can be seen from an ariel view. If you haven’t tried out the cornfield, it can be quite an experience and it is for kids and adults. The Mid-South Maze is available Halloween night as well as November 1, 2014.
Haunted Web of Horrors – Ever been to a haunted house, if not, you might want to join the Haunted Web of Horrors located behind the Trinity Commons shopping center at 700 N Germantown Parkway. October 31 is the last night of horrors, so you have until 7PM to 10PM to check out the haunted attraction.
Festival Of Fear – Featured at the Jones Orchard, the Festival of Fear includes a haunted corn maze and a haunted hayride where human flesh hangs from the bodies of the undead inhabiting the Shadowlands of Jones Orchard. The Jones Orchard is located in Millington at 6880 Singleton Parkway and the festival runs up until November 1. Both the Shadowlands Corn Maze and the Hang Man’s Hallow Hay Ride events are $10 each.
Spooky Nights – Shelby Farms Park gets spooky on Halloween with features like a Haunted Nature trail, Headless Haunted Horseman Hay Ride, a nature hike, a Zombie Laser Tag, pumpkin painting and more. Spooky Nights runs up until November and is between 7PM to 10PM and comes at a cost of around $5 to $20 depending on the event.
Monster’s Ball at Cadre Building – The Cadre Building has been taken over by ghosts and goblins at the Monsters Ball. This is not your chance to meet Halle Berry starring in the movie Monster’s Ball. No, this is your chance to be scared out of your wits, or at least dress scary, while enjoying some musical entertainment by Memphis alternative hip hop duo Lord T & Eloise plus enjoy some food and drinks. The Monster’s Ball goes from 8PM to midnight and comes at a cost of $50 for regular tickets and $100 for VIP.
Hi-Tone Cafe Halloween Costume Party – Got your Halloween costume ready? Well you can kick it late night at the Halloween Costume Party at Hi-Tone Cafe which is an 18 and up party that kicks off at 9PM at a cost of $10 located at 412-414 N. Cleveland. Best dressed male and female gets free entry into Hi-Tone Cafe for a year.
Indie Memphis Film Festival – The Indie Memphis Film Festival, that inspires independent filmmakers and film-lovers, is set to take to the big screens at the Playhouse on The Square, Malco’s Studio on The Square, Hattiloo Theatre and the Circuit Playhouse all in Mid-town’s Overton Square. The film fest runs up until November 2nd and the schedule today on Halloween includes a night of films such as “They Live” (1998) and “Summer Blood” as well as a special Craig Brewer Halloween Ball and a feature of the movie “Halloween” (1978), starring the ghostly Michael Myers, at midnight.
Tennessee’s Wicked Ways Haunted House – Here’s another haunted house to terrify yourself with crazed clowns and zombies which takes to the Broad Ave Art’s District this year at 160 Cumberland Street from 7PM to midnight at a cost of $15 for ages 13 and up and $10 for 12 and under.
Trick-or-Treating at Wolfchase Galleria – Get your Trick or Treat on at one of Memphis’ biggest malls, the Wolfchase Galleria in East Memphis/Germantown area. Trick or Treating at the Wolfchase starts at 6PM and is free.
Memphis Tigers vs Tulsa Golden Hurricane – The Tigers game kicks off at the Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium featuring a Halloween costume contest (at 6PM) before the game which starts at 7PM. Tickets start at $10.
Mud Island Halloween Party – Get your Trick or Treating on at the Mud Island River Park this Halloween while enjoying features such as costume contests and more at the family-friendly event which runs from 6:30 to 8:30PM Halloween night.
Purple Haze Halloween at Purple Haze Nightclub with Q107.5 – The Purple Haze is kicking off Halloween with a Halloween party filled with music and drinks plus a midnight costume contest. The event kicks off at 8PM and is free until midnight. With beers 2 for 1 and $2 drinks from 9PM to 10PM.
Neon Nightmare with Al Kapone at Newby’s – Join Memphis rapper Al Kapone and others at a spooktacular event popping off at Newby’s on Highland near the University of Memphis for a night of partying including a costume contest at the 18 and up event which kicks off at 7:30PM.
Zoombies Outbreak Paintball in Cordova – Pop off pellets of paint balls at the Zombies Outbreak on the paintball course in Cordova at 815 Herbert Road at $25 for 100 paint balls. The event runs up until November 2nd.
Oakcourt Mall’s Mall-O-Ween Festival Weekend Oakcourt Mall is hosting the Mall-O-Ween Festival Weekend this Halloween up until November 1st at the mall located on Popular Ave near the University/Highland/Berclair area. The event runs up from 5PM-8PM Friday and Saturday from 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM