Halloween 2010 in Tulsa: For the Adults

Posted by Tasha on October 28th, 2010 in Culture

No Kids Halloween

Some times all a person needs is to hire a babysitter, grab a date and set out for a little adult entertainment. And what’s wrong with that, especially at this most spooky of times – Halloween weekend?

Here are some ideas for you 21-and-over folks on how to get the most bang for your babysitter buck – or, if you’re single or sans offspring, how to avoid all the kids and their Toy Story and Yo Gabba Gabba costumes and candy-stealing antics.

Psycho Path Haunted Attraction
When: Oct. 29 and 30, 7-11pm
Where: 15157 E. 106th Street North in Sperry
The woods are shrouded by a blanket of fog. All you can see is the narrow path taking you deeper and deeper into the darkness, where creatures wait behind every twist and turn. Your blood suddenly runs cold – you’ve realized there’s no turning back. The Psycho Path may be your only way home. Yikes! When there’s a haunted path, a spooky ride-through and a haunted house, there’s sure to be scares and screams for all. Tickets range $8-40; visit the Psycho Path site for details and ticket sales.

The 13th Ward Haunted Attraction
When: Oct. 29-31, Starting at 7pm
Where: 220 South Elm Street in Jenks
Visitors welcome, residents wanted, victims certain – with more than 40,000 square feet of terrifying entertainment, The 13th Ward promises to submerge you into a chaotic dimension where savage patients run uncontrolled and illusions are reality. It’s not for the faint of heart, to say the least. See it every night from now until Halloween until 11pm. Admission starts at $18.

The Rocky Horror Show
When: 29 and 30, 7:30pm
Where: The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Tulsa, 777 W. Cherokee Street in Catoosa
Check out the only musical in Tulsa that will rock your face off this weekend. Hear the classics – Sweet Transvestite, Damn It Janet and The Time Warp – and see Tulsa performer Chad Oliverson as the one, the only Dr. Frank-N-Furter. Get your tickets soon – several of the sections at The Joint are already sold out. Tickets start at $35.

The Hex House
When: Oct. 29, 30 and 31, 7:30-11pm
Where: Southeast corner of 71st and Memorial, next to Incredible Pizza
Hex House claims to be Tulsa’s only extreme haunted attraction. One thing’s for sure: It’s not for children. Not for the faint of heart, Hex House promises to stupefy and terrify.

Howl-O-Ween
When: Oct. 29, 5:30pm
Where: The Canebrake, 33241 E. 732nd Road in Wagoner
Head east to The Canebrake for the spooky dinner buffet, stay for the band, dancing, door prizes and fun. This is an adults-only party, but everyone had better wear a costume! Buffet is $30 and includes tax and tip. Make your reservations by calling (918) 485-1810. Until midnight.

Scream Country Haunted Forest
When: Oct. 29 and 30, 7:30-11pm
Where: Deep in the woods of Drumright
Located deep in the woods, haunting more than 40 acres of dark, twisting forest, Scream Country will be scaring the pants off Oklahomans for the 12 year in a row in 2009. See the haunted forest, the haunted house (a.k.a. Dead Block, the world’s first maximum security zombie prison) and the corn mayhem, all with one ticket. Admission is $18, or skip the line and pay $35 for a scream pass. You can also grab a combo pass and see Evil Dead: The Musical – now with 33 percent more blood. Spooky!

Luchaween
When: Oct. 29, 8pm
Where: Elote Cafe, 514 S. Boston Ave..
Don’t miss the first exhibition match of the off season of the Elote Luchador Wrestling Federation tonight, guaranteed to be the best costume party in town this Halloween weekend. Look for luchador matches starting at 8pm and going strong until 11:30pm (click that link for a complete line-up). By the way, the matches will be kid friendly from 8-10pm. Look also for costume contests throughout the night, along with cash prizes and beer merchandise from the beer sponsors at the event. Let the ELWF help you to create a Halloween to remember this year.

Dead Sexy, Rock n Roll Zombie Burlesque
When: Oct. 29, 8pm
Where: Nightingale Theater, 1416 E. Fourth Street
The Rock ‘n’ Roll Zombie burlesque troop, Dead Sexy, will spew out blood-spattered, good ol’ rock ‘n’ roll, tough-girl hits from the 70′s and 60′s whilst revealing flesh and brains. The funk ‘n’ roll band Night of the Comet will be risking their lives to start the show and will support the re-animated girl corpses in what should be quite a gory, sexy evening.

Halloween Bash at PINK
When: Oct. 29 and 30, 9pm
Where: PINK, 18th and Boston
Jes from VH1′s Rock of Love will be at PINK to host the nastiest halloween party in the 918. Look for $1,000 in prizes for the costume contest, too.

Midnight Movie: Dead Alive
When: Friday and Saturday, midnight
Where: Circle Cinema, 12 S. Lewis Ave.
A young man’s mother is bitten by a Sumatran rat-monkey. She gets sick and dies, at which time she comes back to life, killing and eating dogs, nurses, friends and neighbors. And if you’ve never been to the Midnight Movie at Circle Cinema, this would be the perfect time to give it a try.

Thriller Dance Class
When: 1pm
Where: Ida Red Boutique, 3336 S. Peoria Ave.
Heather Hall from Studio One will be teaching the Dance from the classic Michael Jackson Thriller video. This class was quite a hit last year, so you might wanna show up early to make sure to get a spot.

RiverParks Spooky Spoke CX Race and Ride
When: Oct. 30, 4pm
Where: 71st Street and Riverside Drive
Feeling like a bike ride this Halloween weekend? Check out this race and family free fun ride. Watch out for spooks and goblins along the way! Costumes are encouraged. Come as you are NOT. Registration opens at 4:00pm and closes 30 minutes prior to start of each race. One-day and annual USAC licenses will be on sale. Races will be held rain, sleet, or snow. Races will be run in low light conditions and lights are not required but are recommended. Parking is available near Helmerich Park near the volleyball area. Overflow parking will be at the parking lot north of 71st street. Registration will be located at the volleyball courts. Races start at 6pm.

Assimilation Halloween Ball
When: Oct. 30, Starting at 6pm
Where: The Marquee, 222 N. Main Street
Check out music by DJ Bone, DJ DeathJest, End: the DJ, DJ Parasight, DJ Sokmonkey, DJ Protokol, DJ Stigmatik and DJ 950 David and see sci-fi horror visuals provided by VJ Xylo Sesame and VJ William. Look also for a costume contest, giveaways and cash prizes. And don’t miss Zombie Walk 2010, y’all – the entry fee for that is $3. Admission is $6 in advance or in costume, $10.

Hard Rock Casino Tulsa Halloween Party
When: Oct. 30, 7pm
Where: Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, 777 W. Cherokee Street in Catoosa
Crossland will perform live in the Sequoyah Ballroom at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, and special guest host Vince Neil from Motley Crue will be there, too. Look for $5,000 in costume prize giveaways, no cover, and a party that will last all night long.

Freakers Ball
When: Oct. 30, 7:15pm
Where: Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N. Main Street
Can you believe that there’s a Halloween party in Tulsa that will celebrate its 36th birthday this year? Well, believe it, baby. The 36th Annual Freakers Ball will feature a $1000 Costume Contest and live tunes by Ghosts, Bait, Triple Fang, City of Tulsa Pipes & Drums, Tony Romanello & The Black Jackets, Oklahombres, Bad Things, Acoustic Freight Train, William Jospeh, Mariachi Tulsa, Color9, Acoustic Ross, tHE pORTRAYL, Silver Medals and Ill Fated. If you’d love a little homegrown music with your ghouls and goblins this Halloween, don’t miss this party. Doors open at 7pm. Tickets are $9 in advance, $10 at the door.

The Max Retropub Halloween Party and Costume Contest
When: 9pm
Where: The Max Retropub, 114 S. Elgin Ave.
Get a costume contest with a $100 grand prize along with a specialty Ghostbusters-themed “Slimer” drink at Tulsa’s home for all that is ’80s. Look also for live entertainment and giveaways.

Spider Ball
When: Oct. 30, 9pm
Where: IDL Ballroom, 230 E. First Street (1st and Detroit)
Three rooms, three DJ styles, one cover charge. Plus, get Steve Cluck as your grand marshall of festivities and a variety of games, contests and other ghoulish activities. And don’t you dare show up without a costume. To help, Theatre Tulsa has offered to rent costumes exclusively to Spider Ball attendees at $10 per costume ($50 deposit). Their costume shop will be open Friday night (Oct. 29) 5-8pm specifically for Spider Ball attendees.

Grand Latin Halloween Party
When: Oct. 30, 9pm
Where: Crowne Plaza Hotel, 100 E. Second Street
Have you heard about the Grand Latin Halloween Party at Crowne Plaza this weekend? Here are the details: Be sure to wear your costume since there are $300 in costume contest prizes ready for the taking, live salsa, merengue and latin pop music, two dance floors and a full bar, all until the week hour of 3 in the morning. Admission is $15.

Evil Dead: The Musical
When: Oct. 30, 11:30pm (doors at 11:15pm)
Where: Broomstick Theater, 51853 W. 101st Street South in Drumright
This live stage show takes all the elements of the cult classic horror films, Evil Dead 1, Evil Dead 2, and Army of Darkness then combines them to make one of the craziest theatrical experiences of all time. The songs in the show are completely off the wall as well. Titles like “All the Men in My Life Keep Getting Killed by Candarian Demons” and “What the F*@k was That” will have you rolling in your seats, and screaming for more and more blood. Choose tickets in the non-splatter zone, or go balls-to-the-wall and opt for the full-on splatter zone seats. Either way, you’re bound to have a hilarious time. Tickets start at $20.

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