It’s Halloweekend and there are endless parties, trick or treating and Día de Los Muertos celebrations to take advantage of. Malibu, South Pasadena, Brentwood, Redondo Beach and more will host family-friendly events, while Haunted Little Tokyo and the Roosevelt Hotel will host 21+ parties. in terms of movies, Dawn of the Dead is displayed in 3D, scream 2 and Frankenstein with live orchestra paranoid for something kid friendly.
Halloween Bu-Bash: Malibu hosts this family-friendly Halloween festival featuring kids’ crafts, a costume catwalk, and face painting.
Halloween Spookfest: Long Beach’s kid-friendly festival with stilt walkers, balloon animals, trick-or-treating stations and a DJ.
Halloween Spooktacular: South Pasadena features carnival games, bouncy castles and more.
Halloween on the Boardwalk: Redondo Beach will have a DJ, Selfie Wall Trick or Treat and more.
Spooky Seasonal Dinner Menu at Gasolina: A six-course tasting menu to celebrate the holiday.
ZEF BBQ x Tapatios Día de Los Muertos Party: Visit Lokels Cafe downtown for birria tacos.
Dawn of the Dead in 3D: Regal LA Live shows the Romaro classic in 3D.
Black Women in Comedy Festival: The Complex in Hollywood will host Ashlei Shyne, Marie Cheng, Madison Shepherd and more.
Lucha VaVoom: Burlesque and Luchadors are taking over the Mayan Theater in Hollywood.
Los Muertos 5k: Run to Olvera Street to celebrate the Day of the Dead.
paranorman: The Academy Museum is showing the LAIKA classic as part of their Calm Morning series.
Día y Noche de Los Muertos: Celebrate the Day of the Dead at Hollywood Forever Cemetery.
Corgi Beach Day: Complete with a corgi costume contest and a food contest.
Halloween Cartoons and Dance Party: The Abbot Kinney Library features Disney’s Legend of Sleepy Hollow and Mighty Mouse Frankenstein’s cat.
Read Karen Yi and Bonnie Lui So no ghoul: Vroman’s is hosting a reading of the children’s book.
Manhattan Village Trick-or-Treating: Manhattan Beach hosts arts and crafts, live performances, and trick-or-treating.
Fall Festival: Long Beach’s Pike Outlets hosts trick-or-treating, a dance party, character meet-and-greet, or more.
Halloween Festival: Head to Studio City for a costume contest, moonhoppers, candy and more.
Cabra Tower of Terror Dinner: Celebrate Halloween and Chef Stephanie Izzard’s birthday with themed drinks and appetizers.
Dracula: The UCLA Film & Television Archive is showing the horror classic at the Hammer Museum.
Bram Stoker’s Dracula: Cinespia shows the classic by Francis Ford Coppola at the Los Angeles Theater.
Alvvays: The Canadian indie pop band will be performing at the Wiltern.
Haunted Little Tokyo: A 21+ party in a secret location in Little Tokyo that’s free with RSVP. DJs, drinks, food and a costume contest.
Halloween at the Tropicana: A costume party at the Roosevelt Hotel.
The Exorcist: The New Beverly shows the horror classic.
Halloween Festival at Brentwood Country Mart: Trick or Treating and More.
Día de Los Muertos: Visit one of the many forest cemeteries to celebrate the Day of the Dead.
Stranger Than: Sunday Warriors: Burning Man car artists take over Exposition Park.
Boulet Brothers Halloween Drag Ball: Trixie Mattel, Symone, Dahli and more will perform.
Haunt-o-Ween: This drive-through day glo extravaganza is a great way to enjoy Halloween without mingling with a big crowd.
Danny Elfman: The film composer will be performing at the Hollywood Bowl.
Nuart Fest: The Nuart Fest continues with performances this weekend The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
A Very Y2K Halloween: American Cinematheque will be screened resident Evil, scream 2, the faculty and more.
Frankenstein with live orchestra: The theater at the Ace Hotel shows the horror classic from 1931 together with a live orchestra.
Hocus-Focus Festival: Glendale’s new Alex Theater shows spooky classics like Donnie Darko, The Omen, hellboy and more.
Boo at the Zoo: Trick or treating and more at the Los Angeles Zoo.