Halloween is just around the corner, and that means Atlanta gets spectacularly spooky! This week brings great concerts, gut busting comedy, intense sports matchups and of course, Halloween haunts and family fun. Check out this week’s can’t miss events in Atlanta:
Monday, October 26
- Chris Cornell – Grunge innovator turned Golden Globe nominated singer, songwriter, guitarist, composer and lyricist will be performing his renowned solo work at Atlanta Symphony Hall.
Tuesday, October 27
- Atlanta Hawks vs. Detroit Pistons – Get your tickets now and secure your seat for the not to be missed game between our 4-2 Atlanta Hawks and the 2-5 Detroit Pistons at Philips Arena.
Wednesday, October 28
- Modest Mouse – Catch the indie rock phenomenon with special guest Hop Along at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre At Encore Park.
Thursday, October 29
- Margaret Cho – The reigning queen of in your face comedy is bringing “The PsyCHO Tour” to The Tabernacle, “because there’s no I in team, but there’s a CHO in psycho.”
Friday, October 30
- The B-52s – B afraid… B very afraid… but B ready to dance! The ever-outrageous B-52s are going to take this Halloween party out of bounds at the Fabulous Fox Theatre.
- Atlanta Hawks vs. Charlotte Hornets – If you haven’t had enough of the Hawks for one week (who could?) this game is for you. Join the crowd and cheer for your home team as the Atlanta Hawks play the Charlotte Hornets at the Philips Arena!
Saturday, October 31
- So You Think You Can Dance? – See the 13-time Primetime Emmy® Award-winning show on tour at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre.
- Atlanta Symphony Orchestra: Danny Elfman’s Music from the Films of Tim Burton – The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra presents an orchestra event featuring Elfman’s music from Tim Burton’s films at Atlanta Symphony Hall.
And of course, we can’t forget the Halloween fun:
Halloween at Callanwolde
Hayrides at the Kinsey Family Farm
Mall-O-Ween Trick-Or-Treating Event
Oakland Cemetery Scavenger Hunt
Six Flags Over Georgia: Fright Fest
Uncle Shuck’s Corn Maze.
8th Annual Nightmare on 13th Street at CosmoLava in Midtown
The Artmore Masquerade
Fright Night at the District in Andrews Upstairs
Halloween Night in the Highlands
Nightmare on Krog Street
Whiskey Blue’s Haunted Rooftop Halloween
And last, but definitely not least, Atlanta’s top three scariest haunted houses:
The oldest – Camp Blood
The goriest – Chambers of Horror
The most famous – Netherworld Haunted House
This year Halloween falls on a Saturday, woohoo! What sort of spooky plans do you have? Let us know in the comments!