Are you looking for the best Halloween parties in Oklahoma City? Look no further! From the OKC Zoo's enchanted summer camp to the Rocky Horror Show at The Boom, there's something for everyone this Halloween season. Whether you're looking for a spooky night out with friends or a family-friendly event, Oklahoma City has plenty of options to choose from. The OKC Zoo is hosting an after-hours event for revelers over 21 years old. The camp-themed activities include the Graveyard Smash Karaoke Stage, competitive grass games, and a Zombie Tag Challenge.
Plus, there will be unlimited carriage rides, two sea lion performances, local food stalls, dancing and music by the Brothers Griiin DJs, and spooky drinks served in 11 different bars scattered throughout the venue. The community theater continues its fourth season with the horror comedy by Heather Meyer, Eat, Slay, Leave. This satirical vision of personal care culture follows three busy 30-year-old women who retire to a remote cabin and accidentally evoke terrifying supernatural forces with their misguided relaxation and rejuvenation techniques. Terre Rouge Burlesque will also present an experience dedicated to pop and nerd culture with a touch of fetishism for an even more spooky touch of fun.
The show is for ticket holders over 18 years of age. The annual interactive movie experience at OKC's live entertainment venue pays homage to the 1975 film adaptation of The Rocky Horror Show. Tickets include a meatloaf dinner and admission is for people over 21 years of age. The nonprofit movie theater will screen John Carpenter's classic 1978 slasher featuring the first encounter between Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) and Michael Myers (Tony Moran).
Plus, there will be a special surprise during the screening! Perpetual Motion Dance is a modern, aerial dance company based in Oklahoma City with a mission to “create, develop and inspire innovative dance.” With sold out tickets across the country, The Dinner Detective is presented at the Sheraton Hotel in downtown Oklahoma City. This is the country's largest interactive murder and mystery dinner! The Metropolitan Library System is also hosting online Halloween events throughout October including ghost stories, DIY craft sessions, Halloween makeup guides, and more. Uncovering Oklahoma has made it easier to stay informed of all the Halloween events in Oklahoma with their Halloween guide arranged alphabetically and sorted by start date. Oklahoma River Cruises will briefly transform its classic ambience into a Halloween-themed ship with decorations, food, Halloween music and an ATM.
And if you're looking for something truly spooky, check out The Wicked Forest of Terror - an extremely haunted attraction in Oklahoma City that features the most sinister visions of terror spread over nearly a mile.