Well, well, well, we've made it to another weekend. It's still mid spooky season and the leaves are starting to fall everywhere(I have to take care of them this weekend). There are tons of events, festivals, and other spooky things going on this weekend. Let's go ahead and jump into what we have to look forward to.

Nightmare On 17th Street

Another weekend of getting spooked in a haunted building. No big deal. Make sure you support this haunted house, they help out some local charities. Oh, and it's fun.


Ghost Fright-Seeing Tours

The trolleys will be out tonight and the stories of Cheyenne's haunted history will be shared in a really fun 90-minute ride.


Midnight West Fest

Enjoy a film festival this weekend at The Atlas Theater, they'll also have some spooky fun with ghost tours of the Atlas.


Snakehips At The Lincoln

Need some live music in your life? Snakehips will be at The Lincoln tonight. They're DJs and will get you moving into the weekend, or at least kicking it into the weekend.


Live Music at Black Tooth Brewing

Scott Rupe will be performing at Black Tooth tonight from 6 PM to 9 PM. Enjoy a locally crafted beer and some tunes to kick off your weekend.


Live Music At The Office Bar & Grill

The Executive Lounge will be hopping tonight with live music. Enjoy a 70s Acoustic Tribute with John Paul from 7 PM to 9 PM.


WTDEA & WYHY Trunk Or Treat

Ready to show off your kid's Halloween costume? You can do that early today from 5:30 to 7:30 with this Trunk or Treat.


Halloween Harvest Market

October 22nd from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. This craft market also features a free kid's carnival and indoor trunk or treat. It's FREE!


Run For Your Life Zombie Crawl

Join in on a Zombie Crawl with Strong Families Strong Wyoming. This should be a really fun event Saturday starting at 9 am. Find details here.

Ace Hood At The Lincoln

Enjoy a night of hip hop with Ace Hood at The Lincoln tomorrow night. Tickets are $25.


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