Halloween in Nashville is a very spectacular holiday with an almost limitless number of places to celebrate. The Music City hosts a variety of parties, concerts, and festivals. But, that’s not all the fun you can get for Halloween. There are lots of haunted houses, hayrides, trails, and trick or treat spots to enjoy Halloween in Nashville. With lots of places to go, you might want to trim down that list. Outlined below are five of the best places to enjoy Halloween in Music City.
Day of the Dead Tequila Festival
This party is going to be a spectacular place to be for tequila lovers. Picture this: you, dancing to music from some of Nashville’s finest DJs while you sample 15 different tequila labels. That’s what the Day of the Dead Tequila festival will look like.
There will be Tacos by Las Palmas, Estrella beer and cocktails on sale at the cash bar. Come in character and get a snapshot at the photo booth. The party kicks off on Friday, October 26, 2018, from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm at The Pavilion East.
Disco is Dead at Acme
This is one of the biggest indoor Halloween parties in Nashville and hosted by Acme Feed & Seed. There will be endless fun across three floors and on a rooftop. The first-floor features music from top Nashville artists, beer taps and fast cuisine. The second floor provides a lounge and bar with lots of fun activities to get your groove on.
The third-floor features DJ Sister Sprouse keeping the Hatchery at Acme alive. Then, at the rooftop, you get into the disco graveyard. There are photo booths on the second floor and at the rooftop. Party starts from 6 pm till late night on Saturday, October 27th.
Boo at the Zoo
This is a great place to take the kids and have a memorable Halloween in Nashville. The kids get the opportunity to come in their costumes and jump on spooky rides, play games, trick or treat on the trail of the Nashville Zoo.
There are over a dozen trick or treat stations for the kids to visit. Parents are not allowed to wear masks or wear too spooky costumes. You want to have a memorable and not tear-filled experience with the kids. There are 11 dates to pick from October 12-28, 2018.
Dead Land Scream Park
This is a fun but terrifying haunt that will give you a one-of-a-kind experience. It’s an all outdoor attraction with three horrifying haunts to put you in the Halloween mood. The Curse and The Portal take you on a walk into the gloomy woods haunted by grotesque creatures.
The Crypt takes you through an actual graveyard occupied by the undead. The park also offers mindboggling escape games. To unwind a bit of the fear, have fun with fresh concessions, a photo booth, bonfire, or get a souvenir at the gift shop. Dead Land Scream Park is open September 21st – November 3rd on Fridays and Saturdays from 7 pm to 12 am and on Halloween’s Day.
Devil’s Dungeon Haunted House
Devil’s Dungeon is one of the most terrifying and immersive haunted houses in Nashville. If you are brave enough, enter the 20,000 square feet of hell and try to escape the grip of the demons in the dark and eerie corridors.
The set is of Hollywood quality and the live actors are eager to make you scream. The gates to the dungeon open from September 15th to October 31st by 8 pm – 10 pm. 7 PM on Halloween’s Day.
Now you know there are lots of fun places to enjoy Halloween in Nashville. If you want to attend one of the parties, consider hiring our Nashville car service. With one of our well-trained chauffeurs behind the wheel, you don’t have to worry about getting a designated driver or the hassle of driving.