Hey everyone! TGIF! It’s Shaun with Petersen Partners | Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices.
I’m here today to bring you the top adults-only Halloween parties + the best haunted houses happening in The ATL:
First… the parties:
Midtown Halloween Block Party Oct 26 & 27. This year’s event includes over 20 local bars & restaurants, DJ, live music & costume contest.
Monster Mash 2.0 at ASW Distillery Oct 26 & 27 with throwback DJ, Haunted Distillery Tours, bonfire & costume contest.
Haunted Heights Halloween at Ponce on Oct 27 on The Roof at Ponce City Market. A terrifying and surreal atmosphere full of creepy characters, themed food, Skyline Slide & Heege Tower rides.
Nightmare in Atlanta III on Ellsworth Industrial Boulevard on Oct 27 & 28. Expecting over 1,000 attendees this year. Enjoy a costume contest, top DJs, and more!
Opera-Con Halloween Bash at Opera Nightclub on Oct 27 & 28. Themed activities, drinks & entertainment; live music & costume contests.
Now for haunted houses & scare tactics:
Fear in the Woods in Stockbridge. There are 3 scare-filled experiences: the psychologically freaked-out Haunted House, the Terror Transport and Trail woods survival test (avoid the Skinner family), and a new 80,000-square-foot interactive combat field called Pandemic, where you have to save yourself from unfriendly, scream-loving creatures.
Containment Haunted House in Lithia Springs. The zombie apocalypse comes to life out on Thornton Road. It’s walk-through attraction that places you in the middle of the horror!
ATL Dead in College Park this month. Help take back Atlanta from the undead from a single outpost south of the city with a team of up to six people. You’ll be defending yourselves by blasting through infected zombies with a foam dart gun and searching for a vaccine (and maybe a better weapon?).
Six Flags Fright Fest in Austell this month. They convert Six Flags into a full Halloween haunt with lots of scare attractions and entertainment.
Netherworld – now at Stone Mountain. This year’s theme is The Season of The Witch in the main haunt attraction. It takes about one hour to go through Netherworld.
Have a great weekend! Maybe I’ll see you at Netherworld.