Halloween is drawing near and we couldn’t be more excited about it. So start thinking about Halloween costumes and check out these exciting upcoming Halloween events in College Stations:
Halloween Events in Bryan-College Station
- Howl-O-Ween Festival & Paw Parade. Did you bring your pup to your College Station apartment? Or maybe you’re hungry for some puppy love? Whatever the case, if you love dogs, make sure to add this event to your calendar. Here, the pups are dressing up and prizes are being awarded to the best of pet costumes.
- Kappa Sigma’s Wicked Woods. Did you know one of the largest and most celebrated DIY haunted trails in the entire country happens here? Every year, TAMU’s Kappa Sigma fraternity transforms their five-acre yard for the season. They go all out to create a twisting maze of ghouls, ghosts, and things that go bump in the night. Typically, Kappa Sigma won’t release details about the dates and times of the event until just before Halloween. So keep a lookout for signs on campus and stock up on canned goods for entry discounts.
- Fright Nights at the Palace Theater. Every year, the popular Palace Theater transforms into from a small town event venue into a haunted house that will excite, entertain, and enthrall attendees. While the dates haven’t officially been released, the event usually begins on the Thursday before Halloween and lasts throughout the weekend. According to tradition, all proceeds go to local non-profits.
- Downtown Bryan Zombie Ball & Pub Crawl. This is another classic yearly tradition in Bryan-College Station. Happening this year on Saturday, October 21, this zombie-loving parade is an all-ages event. The Ball includes costume contests, musical performances, face paint and costume assistance, raffle prizes, and drink specials. The Zombie Ball & Pub Crawl is a high-energy event that closes down the streets and really ushers in the Halloween feelings.
Stay Safe & Enjoy the Party This Halloween
It’s been a rough couple months for Texas and we can only imagine what it’s been like for this to be your first (or second) year at TAMU. But now is a time to celebrate the season and enjoy your time in Aggieland and there will be plenty of Halloween parties to crash around campus. So grab your friends (or get ready to meet some new ones), don your costume, and revel in the Halloween holiday!