Happy Halloween weekend! I’m sure most of you ghost and goblins have plans for the weekend. We still want to bring you some cool ideas, just in case you haven’t cemented your plans just yet.

Are you looking for some ideas for trick or treating? We’ve wrote a list earlier this month with 10 different places to take your kids.

Rocky Horror Picture Show – Detroit

Fox might have made the remake of Rocky Horror Picture Show, but now is your chance to watch the original on the big screen. Cinema Detroit is showing Rocky Horror twice a night on October 28, 29, and 31. (There is no show on October 30.)

Have you always wanted to dress up like Dr. Frank-N-Furter, Columbia, or Eddie? Now is your chance because they will be having a costume contest for the most detailed costumes from Rocky Horror. (You can find the list of all the costumes here.)

Buy your tickets in advance, because they will sell out.

Tickets are $10 per person. Don’t worry about getting all the props together, because they will have prop bags for sale for $6. (Are you a RHPS virgin? Here’s a guide on how to use all those props.)

Show times for all three nights are 8:00 PM and 10:00 PM

Cinema Detroit is located at 4126 3rd St, Detroit, Michigan 48201

Belle Isle Harvest Festival – Detroit 

If you haven’t made it out to any of the other harvest festivals this season, get over to Belle Isle this Saturday, October 29.

This year the Belle Isle Harvest Festival will be held by the White House (across the street from the Belle Isle Aquarium and Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservancy).

There are a lot of great things planned for the day. Hang out by the bonfire and roast marshmallows. Take a stroll through the mobile DIA Museum that will be there. Has it been a while since you’ve met Smokey the Bear? Now is your chance.

Costumes are welcomed and encouraged.

The event is free, but if you do not have the Recreation Passport you will need to purchase one for $11 when you get on Belle Isle.

Hours: 11:00 AM- 3:00 PM

The White House is located on the east side Inselruhe Avenue between Loiter Way and The Strand

Planet Ant Theater 20th Birthday Party – Hamtramck

It is hard to believe, but The Planet Ant has been around for 20 years now. Time has been good for the the theatre that is known for weekly improv and sketch shows.

This year has been huge for the people who are involved with Planet Ant. Earlier this year they bought the hall across the street from the theater. They have been busy renovating it so it will be ready for productions.

On Saturday, October 29 they will be hosting a costume party at the Ant Hall. Dress up in your Halloween costume, and you could win a prize. There will be improv, live music, and drinks from the new Ghostlight Bar & Cafe.

Admission is a $10 suggested donation. The donations will go to help continue with the renovation process of the Ant Hall.

Hours: 8:00 PM- 2:00 AM. The Planet Ant is located at: 2357 Caniff St, Hamtramck, Michigan 48212 (The Ant Hall is right across the street.)

P.S. Saturday is also closing night of the play The Fall at Planet Ant. So go check that out before heading across the street to the party. The show starts at 8:00 PM and tickets are $10.50 a person.

Detroit Dizzy Dames In Terror Tease – Detroit

The Detroit Dizzy Dames and Dukes are lead by Lushes Lamoan have done it again, and will be bringing you a night of tantalizing burlesque.

If you have never been to a burlesque show, you’re in for a treat. The Dizzy Dames will be heating Cliff Bell’s up on Sunday, October 30.

Admission is $15 per person at the door. Cover is cash only so hit up the ATM before you get downtown. The show is 21 and over.

Doors open at 8:00 PM, show will be from 9:00 PM-12:00 AM. Cliff Bell’s is located at 2030 Park Ave, Detroit, Michigan 48226

The Greater Detroit Infernofest – Utica 

Infernofest is giving Devil’s Night (Sunday, October 30) a whole new meaning this year. If you live for spicy foods, this is the event for you.

The event will have numerous spicy food options from different food trucks. (If you can’t handle the heat, they will also have options for you.)

If you go you can try out different hot sauces and salsas from around the country.

There will be live music, trick or treating for the kids, and crafts for sale.

Tickets for Infernofest can be purchased in advance for $10 for adults, or $12 at the door. Children 12 and under are free.

Hours: 12:00 PM- 5:00 PM. The Packard Proving Grounds are located at 49965 Van Dyke Ave, Utica, Michigan 48317

We have a Double Bonus this week!

City College Series – Detroit 

It has been 14 years since University of Detroit Mercy played Wayne State in mens basketball. On Saturday, October 29 they will meet again in an exhibition game.

Admission to the game is $2 per person, and all of the money will go to help the Detroit Public Schools K-5 grade classrooms. Michigan First Credit Union will be have a match donation for all of the tickets sold.

Tickets for the game can be purchased now and only in person at Calihan Hall on the campus of UDM.

The tip off is 7:00 PM. Calihan Hall is located at 4001 W. McNichols Road Detroit, Michigan 48221

Fall Lantern Tour- Ypsilanti 

I know Ypsi is in Washtenaw County, but some people argue that Washtenaw is part of metro Detroit so I’m going to go with it. This event is too cool not to share.

This weekend October 28, 29, and 30 there will be lantern tours of the Hyland Cemetery. Nothing says spooky like a night time tour of a cemetery that was established in 1863.

Dress for the weather, it goes without saying that the warm nights are gone. Don’t forget to wear sensible shoes.

Tickets are $5 per person and you pay James Mann.

Hours: 7:00 PM- 9:00 PM. Hyland Cemetery is located at 943 N River St, Ypsilanti, Michigan 48198

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