Halloween is coming up and if you're looking for something to do on Whidbey Island, we've got you covered. From family-friendly events to things that are perfect for adults only, we've got something for everyone. Check out our list and start planning your festivities!
Bayview Community Hall's Black Cat Ball is a spooky celebration of all things Halloween. Attendees are encouraged to wear their best costumes, and there will be live music, a vinyl DJ set, and live visuals throughout the night. The event is a fundraiser for the hall, with bar proceeds going to support its operations. This year's Black Cat Ball is sure to be a night to remember!
Live Music / Vinyl DJ Set / Live Visuals
DJ Hall Pass / DJ MMD
Haunting Autumn / Woodbae & Treestar + special guests / Live Visuals
Donations at the door!
Get directions: 5642 Bayview Rd, Langley, WA 98260
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Bring the family for trick or treating in Langley!
Langley invites families to bring their super heroes, goblins, and ghosts to downtown Langley for a safe and fun trick or treating experience this Halloween.
Participating Langley merchants will have treats waiting for the kids from 2:30 to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 31.
The whole town is dressed for the season, with merchants in costumes, lighted trees, crows, pumpkins, and more decorating the town, brought to you by Langley Main Street Association.
Get directions: Second Street, Langley, WA
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Get directions: 217 1st St, Langley, WA 98260
$10 adults, $8 kids
Ticket available at the door!
Guest Conductor Gabriela Garza is back to lead the Whidbey Island Orchestra this October 29th at WICA in a Halloween concert: "Burton's Halloween Fantasy."
The program is full of Tim Burton movie themes, including inventive and humorous scores for "Beetlejuice," "Batman," "Edward Scissorhands," "Alice in Wonderland," "Willie Wonka," and "The Nightmare Before Christmas."
Halloween Burlesque returns on Friday, October 28, 2022 at the Whidbey Island Center for the Arts! Show goes from 7:30 PM 9:00 PM.
Featuring the Atomic Bombshells, Seattle’s “most dazzling burlesque troupe” (Seattle Weekly).
Have yourself a risqué Halloween Day!
The haunting of Coupeville goes all month long and features a large variety of fun spooky events and activities. These include the Haunted Fort Casey, Pumpkin Patches with Trolley Rides, The Scarecrow Trail (Hocus Pocus themed this year), and more!
You don’t want to miss this Coupeville Halloween tradition with a twist!
Join us at 5pm at Cook’s Corner on October 29th for our traditional costumed Torchlight Parade, immediately followed by a street dance and trick or treating. It will be a night of costume prizes, music, candy, and fun!
October 29th 5pm to 7pm - No Vehicles allowed
Fun for the whole family at Oak Bowl & Mario's Pizza. Starting on Oct. 30th 5:30 to 7:30 is a 2 hour unlimited Glow Bowling event. Also includes treat bags & a costume parade for the kids.
Get directions: 531 SE Midway Blvd, Oak Harbor, WA 98277
Looking for a terrifyingly good time this Halloween? Will you find your way out of our Corn Maze or will you encounter a collection of gruesome ZOMBIES?
And keep one thing in mind - if you make a wrong turn, you’ll be forced to turn around and come across one of the maze monsters a second time!
Friday October 28 + Saturday 29 | 6pm - 10pm
Get Directions: 1422 N Monroe Landing Rd, Oak Harbor, WA 98277
Come on out with the whole family for WISBA's first Trunk or Treat!
After you trick or treat outside make sure you make your way into the Elks Lodge for WISBA's Spooktacular Vendor Event! There will be 20+ vendors to shop from!
If you would like to participate in the trunk or treat, please fill out this form:
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