Calling all ghouls, goblins and Halloween enthusiasts! Looking for frights and fun? The spooky season is here, and Las Colinas is the place to celebrate. Check out our guide below for your next spooktacular adventure!
MainStage Irving-Las Colinas presents Ghoul Sounds From the Casket Club. Experience live performances of silent film masterpieces infused with improvised soundtracks of eclectic acoustic and electronic instruments on October 22nd and 23rd. The silent horror masterpieces include Nosferatu, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari and The Hands of Orlac. Costumes are strongly encouraged! Purchase your tickets here.
Get in the Halloween spirit a weekend early at Toyota Music Factory on Saturday, October 23rd. Goat Yoga Dallas will host goat yoga on the Texas Lottery Plaza with goats dressed in costumes. Tickets are $32 and can be purchased here.
The Irving Police Athletic League (PAL) will host a Trunk or Treat at the Irving PAL gym at 1550 Rock Island Road. They will have games and activities including archery, boxing, photo booth, face painting and more. They will also have a contest for the best decorated trunk.
Support a great charity while having lots of Halloween fun at Irving Cares’s Bingo Bash Monster Mash on Thursday, October 28th at 5:30 pm. The event is located at the Texican Court and features bingo, prizes, food and drinks.
The South Irving Library is hosting a Trunk of or Treat free of charge on Friday, October 29th from 7 pm to 9 pm. Wear a costume and bring a bag for your treats to enjoy the festivities. Can’t make it to the event? The Irving Public Library’s “Story walk and Treat” provides special treat bags at the reference desk inside all three library locations. They’re free while supplies last.
On Saturday, October 30th, The Ginger Man will host a Halloween Party with Espolón Tequila. Dress in your best costume and sharpen your pumpkin carving skills. Both a costume contest and a pumpkin carving contest are a part of the fun for this evening. The party begins at 5 pm and lasts until Midnight.
The City of Irving Parks and Recreation Department is bringing back their Eerie Irving Park as a walk-thru experience instead of a drive-thru experience this year. The event will take place at Trinity View Park on Saturday, October 30th at 5 pm. It is costume friendly with haunted scenes, pumpkin photo ops, carnival games, and hayrides. The event is free and open to everyone.
Homegrown Hounds Dog Deli and Bakery is hosting a Halloween themed Sunday Funday on Sunday, October 31st from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. They’re having a costume contest, pumpkin egg hunt, spin the wheel of treats with any purchase, snacks, drinks and puppy playtime. Homegrown Hounds is also selling Halloween themed pup baskets to spoil your pup with. You can purchase these online and in store.
Keep the Halloween festivities going into November with the Preserve Halloween Festival at the Irving Convention Center. The event will have nightly movie screenings, live DJs, pumpkin carving contests and Halloween costume contests for adults and kids. Purchase tickets and find out what special guests this festival will include here.
The Irving Bakery has spooky themed cake pops, cakes and pumpkin breads. Satisfy that fall sweet tooth with one of their themed confections.
Avoid the mass-produced candies this Halloween and treat yourself to luxury candies from Lizzie Lu Luxury Treats. A wall of flavored chocolate barks and candy apples awaits your acquaintance. Their candy apples are triple dipped, so they are covered in as much chocolate as there is apple.
A property wide celebration for Day of the Dead is happening at The Toyota Music Factory on Saturday, October 30th. Festivities will include a Catrina costume contest for a chance to win Christian Nodal concert tickets and a weekend stay at a nearby Toyota Music Factory hotel, a street market by Boho Market, live bands and food and drink. The lineup of live bands includes Mariachi Rosas Divinas and Lara Latin. Food and drink will be provided by Pacheco Taco Bar.
The U.S.-Mexico Cultural & Educational Foundation will host a canal side celebration on Monday, November 1st from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. The event will include the Irving High School mariachi band, tamales, hot chocolate, face painting and an ofrenda. The event is free to attend and will be held at the U.S.-Mexico Chamber of Commerce office located at 207 Mandalay Canal.
Mesa Mezcal in the Westin Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas hotel is hosting a Dia de los Muertos Celebration. The Celebration begins at 4 p.m. on November 1st. They will have happy hour specials all night and will honor the tradition of celebrating those who have passed before us.
From Saturday, October 30th to Tuesday, November 2nd, guests at Mexican Sugar are invited to become a part of the Day of the Dead tradition by honoring a loved one that has passed into the afterlife. Every guest will receive a candle to add to their ofrenda.