Posted on 10/30/2015 by Alyssa Hubbard

Summit County Halloween Events for 2015

Ever thought of spending your Halloween in the mountains? Not only are there some great rates for lodging, we also have some spooktacular events here in Summit County!

Murder Mystery at the Ski Tip! Right here in Keystone, have fun solving a 'Whodunit' mystery at the Ski Tip Lodge as they host a Murder Mystery Dinner! The event starts at 6:30 on Saturday, October 31. Call 970-496-4350 to make your reservation!

Arapahoe Basin Fall Concert Series A-Basin is now open!  Head there on Halloween Day in costume and get down to The Goonies Cover Band who will be playing a free concert from 1 - 4pm at the base.  80's outfits are highly encouraged, but any costume will do! At 3pm the costumes will be judged, with a chance to win some awesome A-Basin prizes.

Breckenridge Ghost Tours Check out a spooky and historical ghost tour in Breckenridge through Breckenridge Tours tonight at 7pm! Check out their website for booking information and details.

HOWL-A-WEEN Ball Looking for a chance to show off your epic costume this year? The third annual HOWLaween Ball and silent auction is taking place at the Silverthorne Pavilion this evening on October 30th from 7- 11 pm. This event will benefit the League for Animals & People of the Summit, Animal Rescue of the Rockies and Far View Horse Rescue. Be ready to win some prizes for best costume and take home some photos from the photo booth! Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the door and support all of the involved charities. This event is sure to be a HOWL-ing time!

Baker's Brewery Halloween Party On Saturday, October 31st, head over to The Baker's Brewery for a beerlicious Halloween Party starting at 8pm! They will be featuring their Fall Barrel-Aged Beer collection, which of course includes a pumpkin beer and a few others. Dress up and enter the costume contest for a chance to win bar tabs and other fun schwag! There will also be a live band, Todd Johnson and the Breaking Blues, to get you into the Halloween spirit. The best part, there is no cover charge! This is one Halloween Party you won't want to miss!

Frisco's Haunted House Tonight and tomorrow happening from 6pm to 10pm, sign up for a good scare as you walk through the scariest haunted house around! This attraction is built and operated by local youth through Mountain Mentors, so your scare will go towards a good cause.  Tickets are sold at the door and are $5 for students, $7 for adults and $20 for a family four pack.

Stay safe and have a happy Halloween in Summit County!

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