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It's Halloween Time in Vegas

Don Your Costume and Get Thee to These Parties

By Ginger Harris

Pretty much anything goes in Vegas. Take that philosophy, multiple it by a few hundred thousand drinks, wrap it in a strategically revealing costume and you've got just a taste of what Halloween in Vegas is like. To boldly go a little deeper, here are five parties that will put you in the thick of the late October action on the Strip and beyond.

It's Playboy's Sexiest Costume Contest. So You May Wanna Go.
BUNNY BUSINESS

It's Playboy's Sexiest Costume Contest. So You May Wanna Go.

Don a silk robe or ears to honor Hef's ghost at Tao's Halloween bash with Playboy. Expect Playmates, a whirlwind of cottontails, music, dancing and a costume contest that's more sexy than scary. No reading of any articles allowed.

Beer. Cider. Zombies. Not Necessarily in That Order.
IT'S A DEAD MAN'S PARTY

Beer. Cider. Zombies. Not Necessarily in That Order.

Here's a party where everyone dresses like zombies, then staggers their way from bar to bar at Container Park to sip ciders and beers, which at the least, is probably less caloric than human brains. Stick around for the undead rave with a live DJ, which we envision looking like one of Game of Thrones' last scenes.

It Wouldn't Be Halloween in Vegas Without One of These
HAVE A FETISH BALL

It Wouldn't Be Halloween in Vegas Without One of These

Bondage and Halloween costumes go together like, well, Vegas and Halloween, which is where this Fetish and Fantasy Ball comes into play. There will be drinks, dancing, music, acts and plenty of things you won't ever be able to unsee. Hey, you wanted to be haunted.

Just Monday Night Football. But Scarier.
BEER DARK

Just Monday Night Football. But Scarier.

There's Monday night football and then there's this: Monday night football at Beer Park with a Halloween makeover. The rooftop staff will be dressed like the undead while you and your friends play oversized board games like Connect Four, all while drinking the beverage the park is named after. Beer, to reiterate.

The Freaks Come Out at Hyde Bellagio
AHH, FREAK OUT

The Freaks Come Out at Hyde Bellagio

Now this sounds a little more civilized. A big top, packed with stilt walkers, contortionists and other circus freakery from Hyde. With DJ-spun tunes, costumed party-goers and loads of confetti. You may even have a drink or two.

On a typical Wednesday, Ginger Harris is likely seeking reposado tequila, squeezing her way to the front of a concert or jumping on the back of an Indian motorcycle. That’s just Wednesdays, though.

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