All Weekend Long:
Now through Monday: The Greenbrier Farms are haunted.
Thursday through Sunday: See Silence! The Musical with the Generic Theater.
Thursday through Sunday: Catch one of the shows from The 666 Project: A Horror Anthology at the Push.
Friday through Sunday: Enjoy Oliver Twist with the Virginia Stage Company.
Friday through Sunday: Be a part of the Fall Greek Festival in Williamsburg.
Friday through Sunday: The Hampton Carousel gets in the spirit during Haunted Horse Rides.
Friday through Monday: Pre-register for the Haunting on DoG Street: Curse of the Sea Witch in Colonial Williamsburg.
Saturday and Sunday: Don’t miss the 54th Ocean View Art Show.
Saturday through February: The exhibition Branding the American West opens at the Chrysler Museum of Art.
5pm-12am: Make your way to Work Release for Cronenberg’s Videodrome & Out of Body Experience Clinic Session.
5:30-8:30pm: Enjoy live music from Rob Snyder at Big Ugly Brewing.
6:30pm: Dating can be scary. Make your way to Norfolk Tap Room for a scary good Halloween Masquerade Speed Dating.
7-9pm: Get creative at Win, Brews, or Draw at Coelacanth.
7:30pm: Head to the Ted for the President’s Lecture Series. This event is free and open to the public, and it features Walter V. Robinson, Pulitzer Prize Recipient portrayed in the Oscar-winning Film “Spotlight.”
11am-12pm: Enjoy an interesting, seasonal lecture at the Hunter House Victorian Museum as you learn about Victorian Superstitions.
11:30-1pm: Support the Norfolk SPCA at Witches & Whiskers.
11:30am-1:30pm: Head to the Slover for music by Amy Ferebee & Friends during Slover Sounds.
12-1pm: Be at the ribbon cutting ceremony and join in on the doggy costume contest at the Downtown Dog Walk Grand Opening.
3-10pm: Grab a seat at O’Connor’s for the Great Food Truck Challenge.
5-7: Stock up on candy at the Portsmouth Safe Trick or Treat.
5:30pm: Mayhem? Murder? Hear about the dark side of Norfolk’s history during the 2nd Annual Mayhem & Murder Tour of Historic Elmwood & Cedar Grove Cemeteries. This great event doesn’t require a reservation, and a mere $5 donation (to benefit the Norfolk Society for Cemetery Conservation) may just save your very soul.
6-9pm: Head to the Virginia Aquarium for a special event set up for kids 6-12, the Monster Madness & Creepy Creek.
6-9pm: Hear Jack Waddell at Brass Cannon Brewing in Williamsburg.
6-10pm: Head out to the Masquerade in Ghent for some witchingly wild entertainment. Pre-register if you want to show off your costume prowess in the contest.
7, 8, and 9pm: Walk with the dead at the 36th Annual Olde Towne Portsmouth Ghost Walk.
8pm: Head to FM Restaurant to see The Record Company.
8-10pm: Grab your ticket for the Imperial Pumpkin VIP Sneak Preview event at Alewerks Brewing.
9pm-1am: The Mambo Room is serving up a Halloween Latin Dance Party & Costume Contest. Dress like a tortilla chip and enjoy some salsa.
9pm-2am: Put on your costume and head to 37th and Zen for the Nightmare Before NekoCon event.
9pm-2am: Party at the Granby Theater with Ray Marco & Alex Lambrino during Halloween “The Gathering.”
9pm-2am: It’s Fantastic Planet & Still III Halloween at Work Release.
9:30pm-1:30am: Make your way to Electroganic for the Return of the Gloom! Halloween Bash with Deathhouse Blues.
10pm: Enjoy Harold Night at the Push Comedy Theater.
8am: Head to the Oceanfront to run, walk, or just watch the Wicked 10k. Runners attend this event in costume, and it is always fun to see how creative groups can get.
9am-2pm: Check out the Kroc Church Fall Bazaar.
10am-2pm: Head to Portsmouth for the 8th Annual Touch-a-Truck Event.
10am-2pm: If you can’t make the Portsmouth Tough-a-Truck event, make your way to Sam’s Club in Chesapeake for their Touch-a-Truck fun.
10am-5pm: Enjoy the Pecan Festival at the College of William & Mary.
10am-5pm: Check out the activities as a part of Portsmouth Museum Madness.
11am-1pm: Grab the kiddles and their best costumes for the Great Halloween Hunt at Bayville Farms Park.
11am-2pm: And if you didn’t get to touch enough trucks in Portsmouth or Chesapeake earlier in the day, head to the Suffolk Seaboard Station Railroad Museum for Touch-a-truck Train & Trick or Treat.
12 and 2pm: Celebrate the 5th Anniversary of Hampton Roads Transit’s The Tide Light Rail at the Chrysler Museum with a special glass demonstration at 12pm and a gallery talk on Transportation through the Ages at 2pm.
12-4pm: Join the Virginia Town Center for Halloween Town & Treat.
12-4pm: Grab your ticket for the Sail Nauticus Fall Oyster Roast.
12-10pm: bottleBOX is having a Very Strange Halloween, and you can too!
12-10pm: Trick or Treat grown-up style! Enjoy the Norfolk breweries Trick or Treating.
12-10pm: Celebrate Pleasure House Brewing’s first bottle release.
2-6pm: Enjoy Back Bay Brewing’s Halloween Harvest Fest.
2-8pm: Smartmouth Brewing is stepping it up this year with a Haunted Brewhaus.
3pm: Head to the Sandler Center for the Virginia Symphony Orchestra PB&J Family Series: Halloween Spooktacular.
3:30-5pm: Catch Mimsey Mack at Ocean View Beach.
5-9pm: Grab your tickets early for the Moonlight Masquerade in the NEON District.
5pm-12am: Commonwealth Brewing is hosting an All Hallows Eve Macabre Party.
6-10pm: Enjoy a Haunted Boo-Ery with The Deloreans Band at Tradition Brewing.
6-10:30pm: Get down at the Halloween Party on the Dark Side of the Moon in Hampton.
6pm-2am: Dress the part for the Banque’s Annual Halloween Party.
7pm: Don’t go overboard during the Halloween Party at the Pier.
7pm-2am: Head to Peabody’s Nightclub for Halloween 2016 with DJ AC.
7-11pm: Check out Things That Go Bump at The Venue on 35th.
7-10pm: Join the Virginia Aquarium for Commotion in the Ocean.
7:30pm: Enjoy some Ginuwine sounds during the Hampton Roads Soul Music Festival at the Hampton Coliseum.
7:30pm: Enjoy the musical sounds of The Magical Music of Harry Potter with the Virginia Symphony Orchestra at the Sandler Center.
8pm: Party with WALE, 6lack, Masego, and Chaz French at the Norva.
8-11pm: Stop into Mermaid Winery during their Halloween Wine and Costume Party.
9pm-12am: Take part in Halloween for Hope at Charlie’s in Norfolk.
9pm-12am: Enjoy some late-night treats at O’Connor’s during One Be-Witching Bash.
9pm-1am: Head to Grumpy’s Bar for Diatonic – Heavy Metal Halloween.
9pm-2am: Make a weekend at 37th and Zen during the Halloween Party.
9pm-2am: Hear live music by Paul Jarman and Kevin Brinson at Barrel Room during their 2nd Annual Halloween Party.
9pm-2am: It’s time for the 11th Annual Halloween Bash at the Granby Theater.
10pm: Improvageddon at the Push: It is scary funny.
10pm-2am: Enjoy a Disco Loco Halloween at Granby Social Club.
10pm-3am: Enter at your own risk during the Halloween Party at the Wave.
10am-1pm: Lace up your tennies for the Mutt Masquerade 5K and 1 Mile Walk at the Oceanfront.
10am-1pm: Have a good practice and a pint during Peace n Pints Yoga at Smartmouth Beer.
11am-4pm: Drag Yourself to this Halloween Brunch.
12-4pm: It’s time for Pups and Pints at Alewerks Brewing.
12-5pm: Grab your tickets for the 4th Annual JLHR Craft Beer Festival at Peninsula Town Center.
1-3pm: Stop by the Simon Family JCC for the Opening Reception for Sherry Friel.
1-4pm: Ghosts and ghouls take over at the Hoffler Creek Fall Festival in P-town.
1-7pm: Check out the Beer is Art opening for the month of November featuring Stacie Coplon at Coelacanth.
2:30pm: Enjoy Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5 at the Sandler Center.
7pm: See Jay Leno live at the Ferguson Center.
7pm: End your weekend at the Norva with Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls, Arkells, and Will Varley.
7-10pm: Head to the Venue on 35th for Feature Sundays.