Seattle Sets the Mood with these Autumn-Inspired Events

Events, Kid Friendly, Nightlife, Things to Do — By Tara Flores on September 17, 2011 at 4:42 am

Second Annual “This Is Halloween”
From October 28th through the 31st at the Triple Door, catch the Can Can’s dazzling concoction of live music, cabaret, burlesque and film inspired by Tim Burton’s “Nightmare Before Christmas” and starring The Can Can Castaways, The Heavenly Spies, Orkestar Zirkonium and many more. $20 advance tickets, $25 at the door. 7pm shows are all ages, 10pm is 21 and up.

Fremont Oktoberfest
Participate in the Oktoberfest that USA Today and voted as one of the best. The three-day fest features two stages with live music, Sunday Dogtoberfest activities, an Oktoberfest Village with Kids Area, 5K Run, and of course a Tasting Garden offering over 80 microbrews and german beers for the adults. A portion of the proceeds go towards funding local schools, art groups and community events. Advance tasting tickets are $20-$25 depending on the quantity of tokens selected. Non-tasting admission is $15 and kids are free.

EMP’s “Can’t Look Away: The Lure of Horror Film” Exhibition
Kicked off by “Fashionably Undead Bash: A Totally Killer Dance Party” (ages 21+) at Experience Music Project music and sci-fi museum’s Sky Church on October 1st, “Can’t Look Away” is an exploration into horror featuring a collection of iconic artifacts and memorabilia including the alien creature suit from the movie Alien and interactive highlights like Shadow Monsters and the Scream Booth where visitors are encouraged to scream on cue as they watch horror film footage in a soundproof booth while a camera captures the moment for all to see. This PG-13 exhibition begins October 2nd. Visit for ticketing info.

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