Every year as Halloween approaches, I often find myself scrambling to find plans. It’s easy to forget to plan parties when you’re busy with work or family obligations. That’s why I’ve compiled a list of a few Halloween events around Greenville for those adults who are looking to celebrate the holiday at some point but don’t know what to do! 


Group Therapy Costume Dance Party 


Greenville’s coolest new bar and playground is hosting its first Halloween bash this year on October 29th. It is sure to be amazing. Along with all of their already amazing bar features, like a mini golf course, ax throwing, and curling, there will be dueling live DJs and a costume contest with a $1,000 cash prize! This is sure to be the event to beat this year. You can go to their website for tickets and more information!  


Ink N Ivy’s Halloqueen Drag Brunch 


Since Halloween is on a Monday this year, most people will be celebrating on the Saturday and Sunday before. Ink N Ivy’s Halloqueen Drag Brunch is the perfect event to follow any of the Halloween parties happening on that Saturday. Head to Ink N Ivy on Sunday, October 30th for delicious food and awesome drag performances! 


Zen’s Biggest and Best Annual Halloween Party


Zen’s Halloween party is another great option if you want to go to a Halloween event but can’t make it work on Halloween weekend. This event includes a dance party with three DJs, delicious halloween treats and party food, a bar, a haunted garden, and a costume party with cash prizes. Tickets can be found on their website! 


Boo in the Zoo

If you’re looking for a family friendly way to celebrate the holiday, Boo in the Zoo is an excellent way to dress up and have a good time! This event occurs weekly on Sunday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday. If you have kids and love animals, this is the perfect event for you. Get your whole family together and bring your cutest costumes to the zoo for a not-so-spooky fun time! You’ll be able to trick or treat in Dragon Alley or the princess castle, and all proceeds from the tickets go to conservation efforts and programs within the zoo!