Halloween Events near Palo Alto CA for 2017

By Product Expert | Posted in Community on Thursday, October 12th, 2017 at 9:16 pm
Halloween Events near Palo Alto CA for 2017

Now that the air is getting crisper and the collective mood is starting to lift, it can only mean that we’ve finally reached fall! It’s definitely one of our favorite times of year here at Toyota Palo Alto, which is why we’re so excited to share in the Halloween festivities with you. Grab your costumes and friends and join us at some of the top Halloween Events near Palo Alto CA for 2017; it’s sure to be a scary good time for all!


 


Triton Museum’s Halloween Party (October 26) 

The Triton Museum of Art is a top destination in the Bay Area when you’re looking to get some culture in your life, and in a couple weeks it will be transformed into a Halloween wonderland! A Costume Party will be taking place at the museum, as well as candy for all the kids. Also, festive art and games will be happening, making this a perfect family-friendly event! 


Fright Night in the Cellar (October 21) 

Domenico Winery is one of our favorite places to visit from time to time, and on October 21st its lively atmosphere will turn a bit more chilling. Enjoy the open bar, “horror d’ouerves” and live entertainment from 8-11 pm, and stay for the costume contest; if you’re original, funny or came as part of a couple, you could win some awesome prizes! 

Halloween ComicFest 2017 (October 28) 

If your favorite part of Halloween is more directed at the comic and movie side of the spectrum, you might want to check out ComicFest, taking place at Wow Cool® Alternative Comics in Cupertino. The store is having a 20% off sale, awesome drinks, and some free stuff as well; it all equals to a great time for the comic lover in all of us.  

Boo Bash Halloween Party (October 28) 

If you’re looking for more fun with costumes and live music, come check out the Boo Bash Halloween Party at the Holiday Inn San Jose. Featured artists include Prince / Morris Day cover bands, cumba, salsa and San Jose’s own Tortilla Soup! Costumes aren’t required, but they’re highly encouraged to fully embrace the fun and carefree atmosphere. 


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