This Halloween season, get ready for a blast of fun and spookiness in Oklahoma City! From the annual Fright Fest celebration at Frontier City to the interactive movie experience at The Boom, there are plenty of ways to get your Halloween fix. The OKC Zoo is transformed into an enchanted summer camp for the Fright Fest event, which is aimed at people over 21 years of age. Camp-themed activities include the Graveyard Smash Karaoke Stage, competitive grass games, and a Zombie Tag Challenge. Plus, the event will feature 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.
Terre Rouge Burlesque from OKC will present an experience dedicated to pop and nerd culture with a touch of fetishism to give it an even more spooky touch of fun. The show is for ticket holders over 18 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) in an immersive experience that includes a special surprise during the screening. The community theater continues its fourth season, which has the theme Regenerate, with the horror comedy by Heather Meyer.
A satirical vision of personal care culture, Eat, Slay, Leave follows three busy 30-year-old women who retire to a remote cabin, but who accidentally evoke terrifying supernatural forces with their misguided relaxation and rejuvenation techniques. Whether you like bloody and crazy horror, atmospheric and discreet, or raucous and musical, Oklahoma City has everything you need this month. So don't miss out on all the fun - check out these spooky events in OKC!.