This weekend until the Halloween night is all about getting spooky. We have a great list of Halloween events for you here and on our Halloween Page. Get those costumes out of the closet, or hurry to the costume shop, and let's get the party on.

Halloween Spooktacular

Bob Baker Marionette Theater

Various times

1345 W. 1st St, Los Angeles 90026

Children's marionette theater show that features over 100 Halloween-themed puppets, including a Purple People Eater, the Invisible Man, funny skeletons and more. The Bob Baker Marionette Theater has been entertaining kids in L.A. for decades. You can carve your own pumpkin after the show for separate admission fee. The admission for adults and children over 2 is $15.00 per person and children under 2 are free.

Día de los Muertos at Hollywood Forever

Oct 28 & 29

​12 pm - 12 am

6000 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA

Hollywood Forever Cemetery claims to host the largest Day of the Dead celebration in California. The cemetery grounds are covered with art exhibitions, dance rituals, musical performances, children's arts and crafts projects and food vendors. You'll see altars to the dead created by community artists, and can either watch or participate in the calaca (skeleton) costume contest. This year's theme, “The Legacy of Posada,” honors the Mexican political printmaker Jose Guadalupe Posada. It's sure to be a spectacular display. The event becomes exceedingly crowded after sunset; we suggest arriving before 4pm if you plan on parking in the adjacent neighborhoods or the Paramount parking structure. Tickets are $20 per person.

Cheviot Hills Halloween Carnival "Down the Rabbit Hole"

2551 Motor Ave, Cheviot Hills 90064

Oct 28th

12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Cheviot Hills Recreation Center is hosting a Halloween party. Activities include a bounce house, games, art & crafts, costume contest, trick-or-treating and more. Admission is $5 if you register on line and $10 at the door.

Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch

Oct 27 - Oct 30

9 am - 9 pm

10100 Jefferson Blvd., Culver City

Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch is a family-owned and operated business that focuses on bringing the farm to the city and celebrating the magic of Halloween. Kids will enjoy all the extra activities, including face painting, pony rides, a petting zoo, a jack-o-lantern bounce house, a straw maze, pumpkin decorating, and a super slide. You may also see some celebrities at this location.

Ghostbusters Halloween Carnival

1835 Stoner Ave, Los Angeles 90025

October 31

4:00 pm - 8:00 pm

​Stoner Recreation Center is hosting a free Halloween party at the Stoner Park. There are lots of candies, carnival games, costume contest, and food for sale. pay $1 for 10 games.

Old Pasadena Day of the Dead Weekend

Oct 27 - Oct 29

Various times

Old Pasadena Management District

Pasadena, CA 91105 United States

For a third year, Old Pasadena celebrates Day of the Dead, the reverent yet vibrant Mexican holiday that honors loved ones. This three-day celebration, includes a salsa dance party, calavera face painting, live music, a self-guided Tour of Altars, and more. All events are open to the public and are free.

Shawn’s Pumpkin Patch

Oct 28 - Oct 31

9:30 am - 8:00 pm

6815 S. La Cienega Blvd. LA, CA 90045

3443 S. Sepulveda Blvd, LA, CA 90034

Still hunting for that perfect, long stem, “chubby face” pumpkin? At Shawn’s Pumpkin Patch, you can find lots of straw bales, corn stalks, mountains of pumpkins, gourds, and more. You are sure to feel the “country” feeling. Activities for kids include bounce houses, ponies, petting zoo, a ball house, train rides, obstacle courses, a straw maze, giant slides, kiddie rides, and face painting.


Marina Del Rey's Harvest Days and Haunted Nights

13650 Mindanao Way, Marina Del Rey 90292

October 28 & 29

Saturday 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.

Sunday 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.

The Marina's Halloween festival will feature family-friendly games and activities by day, and spooky entertainment by night. Enjoy free admission to this two-day festival in Burton Chace Park. Daytime activities are kid-friendly, but when night falls, the park evolves into a field of frights with tours of L.A.’s only haunted pirate ships, recommended for brave souls age 13 and up.

Sea Scare at Cabrillo Marine Aquarium

Oct 28th

7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

3720 Stephen M. White Dr, San Pedro 90731

Travel to an "underwater world" of thrills, chills, and gills for its annual night-time Halloween event. Get your costume and scare up some goodies as you trick or treat at six themed goodie stations. The event includes a haunted house, pirates and treasure hunt, sea creature feedings, cryogenic demonstrations, spooky stories, fortunetelling, magic, games, bioluminescent crafts, dancing, a costume contest, and more.

Underwood Family Farms

Oct 27 - Oct 31

9:00 am - 6:00 pm

3370 Sunset Valley Rd., Moorpark

At the fall festival at Underwood Farm, you’ll see acres of pumpkins, and you can pick your own from the farm among other fruit and vegetables. Activities include tractor-drawn wagon ride, the corn maze & hay pyramids, animal center with fun hill, Craig's chicken show, kid's corral, play area, plus live bands, themed-weekend entertainment, animal show, pig races, and much more. Don't miss the Pumpkin House and Pumpkin Baskets - a great opportunity for photos.

Knott's Spooky Farm

Oct 29 and Halloween Day

Check calendar for hours

8039 Beach Blvd., Buena Park, CA

This kid-inspired “spooky” celebration will feature trick-or-treating, a live show and costume contest with the Peanuts gang, and a Dia De Los Muertos Celebration. Kids can participate in Trick-or-Treating throughout Ghost Town, and interact with an array of spooky but friendly Shopkeepers. New this year, Stanley Scarecrow has opened the Livery Stable for guests of all ages to get close and personal with the Creepy Critters of Calico. The Timber Mountain Log Ride mystically converts into the Halloween Hootenanny by adding a new family-friendly twist to a park favorite. Other activities include karaoke, mask making, a costume contest party, a maze, exploring slithery, crawly critters, and more.

Frightfully "Fintastic" Fishy Fest

Oct 28 & 29

12:30 pm - 5:00 pm

1600 Ocean Front Walk, Santa Monica 90401

Visit the glow-in-the-dark deep-sea laboratory, tip toe, if you dare, through the marine animal graveyard and create colorful Dia de los Muertos crafts and masks. Face painting and spooky story times are scheduled throughout the weekend. All ghosts and goblins are invited to join a 3 p.m. parade on Sunday (October 30). Stepping off in front of the Aquarium, the spooky procession will make its way along the Pier to gather tricks and treats from Pier businesses.

Tina's Pumpkin Patch

Oct 27 - Oct 31

10:00 am - 8:00 pm

4827 Sepulveda Blvd, Sherman Oaks 91403

Tina's Pumpkin Patch features pony rides, petting zoo, train ride, bouncers, free straw maze, and lots and lots of pumpkins. Some features only available on the weekend.


Forneris Farms

Oct 27 - Oct 31

​Monday-Friday 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Saturday & Sundays 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

15200 Rinaldi St., Mission Hills

The Forneris Farm is known to be the most beautiful pumpkin patch in Los Angeles County. They have gorgeous varieties of pumpkins grown & harvested by the farm. Activities include tractor-pulled train ride around the farm, corn maze (4 acres), giant hay pyramid, pumpkin jumper, petting zoo, pony ride, and face painting. Some Activities are only available on the weekends and this farm accepts cash only.

Halloween Hunt at Kidspace

Oct 29

​10:00 am - 5:00 pm

480 N. Arroyo Blvd. Pasadena, CA 91103

Trick-or-treat for clues at scavenger hunt where you will meet some of the kooky (not spooky) critters that call the Arroyo home, whose clues you will need to solve a Kidspace mystery. A prize awaits those who solve the case! Put on your Halloween costume for a parade, make eerie bat ears, and create some creepy critters.

The Pumpkin Factory at Live Oak Canyon Ranch

Sept 29 - Oct 31

​32335 Live Oak Canyon Rd, Redlands, CA 92373

Get back-to-nature at the Pumpkin Factory at Live Oak Canyon Ranch with plenty of oak trees. Experience the wonder of a pumpkin patch with fantastic rides, slides, hayrides, a huge corn maze with over 12,000 feet of pathways (the maze has a great game with hidden photo ops), pony rides, petting zoos, games, food and more! Share the excitement and anticipation as your child carefully selects just the right pumpkin, grown on the family farm. There’s also a sunflower field and lots of farm animals to meet. Check the calendar for hours.

Pa's Pumpkin Patch

Sept 29 - Oct 31

​Monday-Friday 3pm-9pm

Saturday-Sunday 10am-9pm

6701 E. PCH., Long Beach, CA 90803

Join a parade of people gathering for activities, games, rides, pumpkins and all around fun in a country fair atmosphere. Pa's Pumpkin Patch offers a large variety of pumpkins to choose from, as well as haystacks, snack bar, corn stalks and gourds. Activities include pony ride, petting zoo, and a variety of games and rides.

For a complete list of Pumpkin Patches, Halloween Events, Costume Shops, and great Trick-or-Treating neighborhoods in Los Angeles visit our website.

Also remember you can always go to our events calendar page to get an updated rundown of what’s happening around the city.


The multi-award winning Nine O'clock Players continue their 87th year bringing extraordinary family theater to Southern California with a magical musical look at the timeless story of The Enchantment of Beauty and the Beast. In the castle of a rich, self-centered Prince, an old woman suddenly appears and pleas for shelter. When the arrogant Prince refuses her request, the old woman -secretly an enchantress- turns him into a Beast. The spell can only be broken when the Beast is humbled and someone truly loves him for who he is on the inside. Will Beauty break the spell?

The Grand Opening festivities, complete with an Enchanted Forest in the courtyard, will take place on Sunday, November 5th, 2017 at 1pm, with the performance at 2pm. Other performances are on Sundays, November 12th and 19th and December 3rd. All performances are at 2pm. Ticket prices are $15. Special group rates and birthday parties are available.

The Nine O’Clock Players (NOP) has been producing plays since 1929, and is the oldest children’s theater company in Southern California. The award-winning NOP stages performances throughout the school year – providing live theater for thousands of Title 1 LAUSD students. Productions are offered to school groups during the week, and to the public on weekends. Revenue from weekend performances support the NOP to offer shows and bus transportation at no cost to economically and physically-challenged children throughout the LAUSD. Built in 1938, the Assistance League Theater is the oldest barn theater west of the Mississippi River.

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