Can’t miss events in Pittsburgh this October

Squirrel Hill Oktoberfest

Saturday, October 14 : 4:00-7:00PM
-Squirrel Hill Business District-
Uncover Squirrel Hill will be hosting the First Annual Squirrel Hill Oktoberfest. Similar to their popular wine walks, it will be a self-paced, self-guided beer tasting experience in the business district.

Halloween Bar Crawl

Saturday, October 21 : 12:00-9:00PM
-South Side Flats-
The event you’ve all been waiting for, Halloween! Get ready to put on your coolest or scariest costume & join in on the event everyone will be talking about. Boos & Brews Halloween Bar Crawl will feature the best venues (Up To 8) in South Side Flats!

Jam on Walnut Halloween Edition

Saturday, October 21 : 7:00-11:00PM
-Walnut Street-
Get those costumes ready & head to Jam on Walnut: Halloween Edition! This party in Shadyside features live music and draft wagons all along Walnut Street! A $5 wristband purchase is all you need to partake in the Dos Equis beer specials. Come dressed in your favorite costume & be automatically entered to win $500 (2nd prize is $250)! All donations & proceeds from beer sales will go directly to the animals at Humane Animal Rescue!

Boo & Brew Bash

Saturday, October 21 : 7:00-11:00PM
-Downtown Pittsburgh-
Eat, Drink and be Scary! Grab a bewitching costume and bring your friends to the 7th Annual Boo & Brew Bash, a spooktacular event benefiting Make-A-Wish® Greater Pennsylvania and West Virginia. At this Halloween-themed bar crawl, attendees will sample brews and cocktails from participating bars in Downtown Pittsburgh, with the crawl culminating in an after party and the crowning of their “Best Costume” and “Best Group Costume” winners. It’s sure to be an evening of good times, tricks and treats.

Nightmare on Hellsworth

Friday, October 27 : 7:00-11:00PM
-5800 Ellsworth Ave.-
Attention all ghosts and goblins! The free outdoor Halloween event will be Friday, October 27 from 7-11 PM on Ellsworth Avenue at Maryland in Shadyside. While Nightmare on Hellsworth is a free event, tickets are available for $30 to their Super Scary VIP Tent which includes complimentary cocktails and witches brew. Don’t forget to wear a costume!

Fall Festival at Soergel’s

Every Saturday & Sunday in October : 11:00AM-5:00PM
-Soergel’s Orchard-
The Fall Festival at Soergel’s returns this october with great food from their Back 40 BBQ and Food Barn, delicious desserts from their Sweet Saloon, hayrides, the pumpkin patch, kettle corn, pick your own apples, face painting, games, and so much more!

Trax Farms 48th Fall Festival

Saturdays & Sundays in October
-Trax Farms-
From pumpkin patches to petting zoos you can find it all at Trax Farms 48th Fall Festival! We have a variety of food vendors, live music and attractions for all ages! So, stop in with the family to enjoy a fun filled day of excitement!

Fright Night at Kennywood

Fridays and Saturdays in October : 6:00PM-12:00AM
-Kennywood-
As the leaves turn and the days shorten, a darkness begins to fall over Kennywood. The forces that power one of the world’s fiercest coasters, The Phantom’s Revenge, grow stronger. As Halloween nears, he cannot be denied: Phantom Fright Nights returns to Kennywood.

Scarehouse

Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in October
-Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium-
ScareHouse has been ranked as one of “America’s Scariest Halloween Attractions” by Travel Channel and has been featured on Good Morning America, USA TODAY, CBS news, ABC News, Buzzfeed, Forbes, Geek & Sundry, and many other national media outlets. Head there this October to get your fill of terror!

 

 

 

This entry was posted in Recent News. Bookmark the permalink.