Three Spooky Halloween Festivities Happening In Denver You Don’t Want to Miss

Take part in these October events full of pumpkins, music, cocktails and more
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Trick or Treat Cocktails at Dairy Block

Get into spooky season at Dairy Block from Oct. 21 to Oct. 31 as participating restaurants and bars, including Kachina Cantina and Poka Lola, offer special cocktails inspired by favorite Halloween movies. Poka Lola is serving the Mystery Machine, inspired by the movie “Scooby Doo,” prepared with tequila, strawberries and Starbursts for only $14. Head to Kachina Cantina and enjoy the Un Poco Loco, inspired by the movie “Coco,” including Reposado Tequila, Horchata, cream liqueur and Chambord for $12.

Adam Bodine Trio’s 2022 Halloween Spooktacular

The fourth year running – Nocturne, RiNo’s modern jazz supper club, will host the Adam Bodine Trio 2022 Halloween Spooktacular on Sunday, Oct. 30. Guests can enjoy a fun and freaky treat of a show on Mischief Night with a wide variety of sounds, from a haunting and humorous concoction of funky surprises to psychedelic soundscapes from a bubbling cauldron of rock and pop Halloween tunes, as well as theme songs, all with a slight improvisational accent. This event features two shows; show one from 6:30-7:45 p.m. and show two from 8:45-10 p.m. Dinner and show tickets at $85 per person, include a special three course dinner, with an optional wine-pairing add-on for $39 per person. Tickets are available for purchase here

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Boo at Postino 9+CO

Postino is hosting a spook-tacular Halloween event on Saturday Oct. 22at the green space outside of its 9+CO location. Attendees can pick the perfect pumpkin from a pop-up patch, concoct their own witch’s brew at Postino’s drink tent, snap spooky pics in the photo booth and get their faces painted while enjoying tunes from a live DJ. This family friendly event will also offer crafty Halloween activities and trick-or-treating around 9+CO for little ones, plus costume contests for kids, parents, and dogs.

Tickets are $5 and 100 percent of proceeds from ticket sales go to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit here.

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