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The Spooky Spots: The Black Hills Embrace Halloween with the Wild, the Wicked and the Weird

  • The Spooky Spots: The Black Hills Embrace Halloween with the Wild, the Wicked and the Weird
Updated: 
Friday, January 17, 2020
By : 
Cydney

It’s officially time to get spooky in the Black Hills and Badlands and we’re here to help you celebrate (in our opinion) the best holiday...HALLOWEEN. From Hot Springs to Belle Fourche, and virtually every enchanted place in between, the Black Hills will be bewitched by Halloween this month with wizardry, sorcery and some black magic combined with costume contests, carousing and celebrations that give good reason for locals to turn off the tube and get out of the house.

There’s nothing quite like getting weird in Deadwood at the 7th annual Deadweird celebration. The party starts Friday, October 25th at the Tin Lizzie Gaming Resort with the Monster Ball. Enjoy live music, dancing, prizes, and giveaways.

The fun continues into Saturday with the costume contest at the Silverado-Franklin Hotel. Come dressed to impress and compete to win over $10,000 in prizes.

Both events are FREE to attend! Must be 21 and up to participate.

Deadweird
Friday, October 30, 2020 to Saturday, October 31, 2020

Come celebrate Halloween in Deadwood. Deadweird is a little crazy, a little spooky and a WHOLE lot of fun!

Frighteningly Fun Festivities

Following is a list of options for your Halloween festivities. It’s by no means intended to be comprehensive, but it will provide you with some of our favorite alternatives for adult activities as well as kid-friendly events that will make your inner-goblin smile.

Scare in the Square
Saturday, October 31, 2020

Tiny ghouls and goblins invade Main Street Square for an afternoon of ghostly family fun. Scare in the Square is held in conjunction with the Downtown Rapid City Business Group’s Downtown Trick-or-Treat.

Safe N Sweet Trick N Treat
Saturday, October 31, 2020

Admission is $3 per person. 3:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
Bring your little princesses, monsters, pirates, and ghosts to the park to get candy alongside Bunny's Heroes (costumed superhero and princess characters!) in the most magical place in Rapid City! 
 

Old MacDonalds Farm Fall Festival Days
Saturday, October 3, 2020

Fun for all ages at the Annual Fall Festival every Saturday & Sunday in October from 10 am to 5 pm. Join us for out pumpkin patch, pumpkin painting, corn box, bounce house and activities for everyone. Come on out, get your pumpkins and paint them too!

 

For a full line up of festivals and events in the Black Hills and Badlands, visit our Events Calendar.

 

 

 

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