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Illustration by Cecilia Secaira
  1. Reindeer Manor Halloween Park. Celebrate Halloween weekend at Reindeer Manor Halloween Park. Get your fix of both frightening and entertaining. This is the oldest haunted park in Texas featuring four full haunted attractions of horrifying history. Tickets available Oct. 29-31, starting at $35.
  2. Eerie Irving. Looking for some free haunted fun for Halloween? On Saturday, Oct. 30, the City of Irving will present “Eerie Irving,” where the city’s ghouls, ghosts and goblins will provide a fest of fright. This is a walk-through series of enclosed and open-air haunted scenes, including a meat factory, graveyard and ancient Egypt themed room. This event will be at Trinity View park with free admission. 
  3. Dia De Los Muertos Concert. On Oct. 31, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra will present a lively and colorful Day of the Dead concert and celebration featuring traditional Latin American music and culture, guest artists, festivities and fun-filled events for everyone. Tickets start at $20. 
  4. Dia De Muertos Ballet. Anita N. Martinez Ballet Folklorico will present “Homenaje A Los Grandes,” a Day of the Dead production. The event highlights influential voices in Mexican and Mexican American Music that are strongly tied to the memories of loved ones. The production is on Oct. 30 and admission is $15. 
  5. Dallas by Chocolate Tour. Dallas by Chocolate Tours presents the “Lights & Frights Ghost Tour,” featuring ghost sighting possibilities, Halloween lights and other eerie stops. The price includes motorcoach transportation with beverages onboard. Tickets start at $37 for adults.
  6. Little Shop of Horrors. A Broadway and Hollywood sci-fi musical, “Little Shop of Horrors” has been a popular choice amongst theatre goers for over 30 years. Productions will be shown at Samuell-Grand Amphitheatre from Oct. 27-31. General admission is $20. Student discount available with valid ID.

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