L.A.’s Coolest Halloween Happenings, From Spooky-Stylish Soirées to Creepy Pop-Ups & More

There's something for everyone (even pups).


If the only thing that’s frightful about October is missing out on this month’s many fashionable Halloween parties in Los Angeles, then we’ve got you covered. (All you need to do is come up with an equally stylish costume.)

For those seeking thrills beyond theme park horror nights, there are plenty of spooky soirées and events going down around town to fill your festive calendar. From UNICEF’s elegant masked extravaganza and Creep L.A.’s nightmarish Instagram museum-inspired show to The Ace Hotel’s annual rager and a live orchestra performance of Psycho (complete with an after-party at the stunning theatre) and more, there’s clearly no shortage of happenings to pique every level of holiday spirit, music taste, and fashion aesthetic.

Here, we’ve rounded up the coolest Halloween events in LA, including a few family- and pet-friendly options. We’ll be updating this list as more happenings land in our inbox, so check back often.

Haus of Creep (DTLA Arts District):

If you’re terrified by the thought of being forced to keep your smartphone in your pocket, then, this spooky spin on those ubiquitous Instagram wonderland will give you the creeps. Creep L.A.’s 75-minute theatrical Halloween experience returns to Row DTLA, complete with a cast of disturbing characters
When: Wednesday through Sunday through November 3; shows begin at 6:15 p.m., 7:45 p.m., 9:15 p.m., and 10:45 p.m.
Where: ROW DTLA, 777 Alameda St., L.A., 90021
Tickets: $89 plus fees, buy online, here