Cincinnati Halloween 2020 Parties, Events and Parades

It’s nearly October 2019 and time for Cincinnati residents to have some full fun at a Halloween costume party or event. Choose from a wild adult party or some family friendly Halloween activities in Cincinnati, Ohio.

2019 Events.

HallZOOween - Cincinnati, OH - Oct 5 to Oct 27, 2019
Weekends at the Cincinnati Zoo feature trick or treat stations across the zoo, special animal encounters, magic shows, Hogwarts Express, Scare-osel and more! Kids are encouraged to wear costumes.

Halloween Treat Street - Deerfield Heights, OH - Oct 25, 2019
A spell-binding evening of fun for the whole family with trick or treating from store to store at Deerfield Towne Center.

Boo Fest - Liberty Township, OH - Oct 26, 2019
Enjoy face painters, pumpkin decorating and live music, plus pet parade, magician, and trick-or-treating around Liberty Center.

Official Cincinnati Halloween Bar Crawl - Cincinnati, OH - Oct 26, 2019
Crawl multiple bars with drink specials and great music for one price. Come get your BOOze on!

Past Events

Halloween Parties

The best parties of the year are on Halloween. Sexy costumes and open bars. What could be more fun? Pick out your Cincinnati costume party now:

Boos & Brews Halloween Bar Crawl – Oct 21, 2017
Halloween RiverBoat Masquerade – Oct 27, 2017
Halloween at Howl at the Moon – Oct 27, 2017
Blank State Halloween Party – Oct 27, 2017
Escape the Righteous Room Halloween Party – Oct 28, 2017

Local Costume Stores

Halloween Events

Looking for family friendly Halloween activities or some non-party fun? Consider one of these Halloween events in Cincinnati.

HallZOOween – October 7-8, 14-15, 21-22 & 28-29, 2017
Fall-o-Ween – Oct 21-22, 2017
Treat Street – Deerfield Towne Center – Oct 27, 2017
Run Like Hell – October 27, 2017
Boo Fest – Liberty Center – Oct 28, 2017

Cincinnati Haunted HousesOhio Ghost ToursPumpkin Patches

Trick or Treat

The official time for Trick or treat on October 31, 2016 in Cincinnati is 6 to 8 PM. This is consistent with what is being done in most surrounding communities, according to the Cincinnati Police Department.

Feel free to contact us if you would like to see your Halloween event listed here.

More Ohio Halloween Events

More Fall Activities near Cincinnati:
Cincinnati Haunted Houses
Ghost Tours
Thanksgiving in Cincinnati

Shop Funtober for Halloween Costumes


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