We lucked out this year with Halloween falling on a Saturday. That leaves us with an entire weekend to celebrate all things spooky, and celebrate we will. Park City knows how to do a lot of things well, including how to throw a wildly fun Halloween party!
One Rollicking Revel - a Halloween Bash
When: Friday, October 30 from 7:00 PM-Midnight
Where: O.P. Rockwell , 268 Main Street
Head to O.P. Rockwell tonight (Friday) for One Rollicking Revel - a Halloween bash to support One Revolution, an organization dedicated to turning "the perception of disability upside down." Tickets for the bash are $75 and include appetizers from Riverhorse on Main, drink tickets, live music, and a photo booth. Make sure you're dressed to impress as the night includes a costume contest. Tickets may be purchased here, and you can email firstname.lastname@example.org for any last minute information.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
When: October 30-31 at 8:00 PM
Where: Egyptian Theatre
Dress up in your favorite costume, and enjoy a film screening of the "cult-classic" Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Egyptian Theatre. The Rocky Horror Picture Show, a film adaptation from a British "musical horror comedy/rock opera," became popular as a midnight movie that incorporated the audience's participation. Due to the film being "culturally, historically, and aesthetically significant," the Library of Congress selected the Rocky Horror Picture Show to be preserved in the U.S. National Film Registry. All tickets are for reserved seating and are sure to sell-out, so get them while you can. Patrons are asked to leave rice and confetti at home.
Howl-O-Ween! On Historic Main Street
When: Saturday, October 31 from 3:00-5:00 PM
Where: Historic Main Street
It's fairly well known that Park City is a dog loving town, and that people here know how to have a good time, but did you know that Howl-O-Ween on Park City's Historic Main Street was named one of the top Halloween celebrations in the country by Travel and Leisure magazine? Head to Historic Main Street Saturday afternoon to see what all the talk is about. Join fellow humans dressed in costume for trick-or-treating at 3:00 PM before the Howl-O-Ween dog parade at 5:00 PM.
As a reminder, Main Street will be closed to vehicular traffic at 1:30 PM on Saturday. Parking may be tricky, so we suggest using Park City's public transportation or walking your pup to town. For a full event schedule and tips regarding parking, visit Historic Park City's website.
Head to our website for a complete list of this week's Park City events and activities.