Must-Attend Halloween Parties in Atlanta

Halloween parties in Atlanta

All dressed up and nowhere to go? Impossible! If you think you have nowhere to show off a great getup this year, think again. Dust off that old costume and head to one of these thrilling Halloween parties in Atlanta.

 

Nightmare at the Museum

 

The fifth annual Nightmare at the Museum will bring an estimated 1,500 people together for some spooky fun. Join the masses on Saturday, October 29th at Atlanta’s four-level Museum Bar. This venue is known for its great food and its breathtaking view of Atlanta’s skyline. This exclusive Halloween event will feature a special haunted floor for your ghostly pleasure.

 

Monster Bash 2016

 

If you like Latin music, rum, vodka and/or Halloween costumes, this is your party. Last year’s Monster Bash was such a hit, that Atlanta’s Eclipse di Luna, home to regular live Latin music, is bringing it back on October 29th. At this party, costumes are a must. And make it good, because the top five winners of the costume contest will win a total of over $2,000 in cash and prizes. Even those who don’t win still might snag some cool stuff from sponsors like Bacardi, Jack Daniels, Svedka Vodka and El Jimador Tequila.

 

Black Magic Masquerade and Costume Party

 

If you’re the type of person who goes Halloween night or bust, this costume fiesta is for you. Monday, October 31st at the Whiskey Peach night club, Atlanta’s party scene will come together, decked out in costumes and masquerade attire. Expect to dance a lot at this party as DJs will spin late into the early November 1 morning.

Explore Georgia on the Big Screen with Atlanta Film Tours

Atlanta film tours

Did you know that Georgia is actually a popular filming location for tons of films and television series? It’s true, the Peach State is its own southern Hollywood. In the last few years alone, Georgia has made billions of dollars from film production companies using the state as their backdrop. This industry gives Georgia’s economy a great boost, plus another exciting thing to be proud of.

Visitors and residents alike can get their own taste of Georgia on the big screen with different film and tv tours. Some of the best include a taste of horror, drama and comedy. Zombie fanatics will enjoy driving the Walking Dead tour starting at the Jackson Street Bridge, which opens the series with an iconic view of downtown Atlanta.

While much of “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Parts 1 and 2″ was enhanced with computer generated scenery, true fans of the series will still recognize Sweetwater Creek State Park just outside of Atlanta or the Pullman Yard on the Eastside as noteworthy backdrops.

The tour for “Anchorman 2” will take you all over Atlanta, giving you a real taste of the city. Stops include the The Silver Skillet, the Livingston Restaurant and Woodruff Park, where character Ron Burgundy tries hard to arrive at his son’s piano recital on time.

Each of the Atlanta film tours are self-guided and mapped out for your convenience at tourgeorgiafilm.com/all-tours. Be sure to take a camera and have fun reenacting some of your favorite scenes!