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Top 4 Tricks, Treats, and Haunts in Manhattan Beach

19 October 2018 Written by   Published in blog
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The spirits of the dead are alive and partying in Manhattan Beach this Halloween! From family fun to wild nightlife, there's something for everyone on All Hallows' Eve. Here's our Top 4 Tricks, Treats, and Haunts in Manhattan Beach!

31st Annual Family Halloween Carnival

Looking for an afternoon of spooky fun the whole family can enjoy? Held in Manhattan Heights Park, the annual carnival kicks off on Saturday, October 20th, with a parade at 10 A.M. and runs until 3 P.M. Game booths, face painting, and a haunted house are just some of the treats adventurous families will find lurking within. Wear your most heart-stopping attire for entry into the costume contest. Did we mention this is the carnival's 31st year? Don't miss out on this double dose of Halloween thrills.

South Bay Scream

Get your monster mash on at the iconic South Bay Scream, held at the nearby Alta House in Hermosa Beach. A night of spooks, kooks, and killer beats awaits inside this haunted house party. Held on Friday, October 26th, the Scream boasts an impressive array of monstrous stage effects and two floors of DJ's. Advanced tickets are recommended. 21+. 

Downtown Manhattan Beach Walking Tour

Brave enough to pave your own path on All Hallows' Eve? A walking tour of downtown Manhattan Beach is a trick-or-treating experience you won't soon forget. Bring the family on October 31st and prepare for a sensory overload as you explore the sidewalks between Third and Eleventh Street. You might just think you've stepped into Halloween Town. Don't forget to grab some candy along the way!

SHARKEEZ Manhattan Beach: CarnEvil Party

The night of October 27th, the iconic Baja Sharkeez Manhattan Beach transforms from a beach side getaway to a twisted carnival of terror. Twisted clowns, spooky beats, and an array of witches' brews rule the night. Adults only, advanced tickets recommended. 

Looking for more thrills? Check out Halloween events in Los Angeles and let us knowwhat your favorite spooky spot is!