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San Diego’s best adult-only Halloween Celebration’s

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San Diego never disappoints when it comes to getting into the Halloween Spirit. Perhaps it’s the lack of fall weather that makes us feel like we need to step up the Halloween game.  As kids, we were able to become anything we want and fish for candy all night. We dressed up as our favorite hero’s or our biggest idols and paraded decorated streets until we passed out from sugar comas.

As adults, Halloween tends to lose its sparkle, and no one is quite sure how to make it as spectacular as it once was. We all secretly miss being able to be someone (or something) else for the day and pigging out on a variety of candy. For those in a Halloween slump, don’t worry, San Diego has definitely put that spook back into the Halloween name.

We’ve looked far and wide to find the best spots to get your tricks and your treats on:

San Diego Zombie Crawl Gaslamp Takeover – October 28 – 29, 2016

Named as one of the Top 3 Halloween Celebrations, the zombie crawl is the best way to experience San Diego’s nightlife, dining and Halloween festivities. Turn yourself into a zombie and parade the streets with fellow zombies and drink the night away. A ticket includes free covers to Gaslamp’s Top 25 Halloween Parties, welcome shots, discounted parking, and devilish drink deals. There is nothing better than pretending you’re not human and taking shots all night.

San Diego Halloween PubCrawl – October 28th, 29th, and 31st

This is the best time to find your best, funniest, scariest costume and head to this massive pubcrawl. With over half a dozen participating nearby venues, nothing quite says Halloween like crazy drink specials (hey, we need our treats, too). The crawl lasts all day long, but you must get there by 10 p.m. to participate.

Hallo-wine and Spirits Party –October 29th

What better way to celebrate Halloween in San Diego than with real ghosts. The infamous Hotel Del Coronado invites you to hang out with the hotel ghosts for a spooktacular Halloween party. The 6th annual event is adults only and will feature plenty of wine, delicious food, and unlimited dancing. There will be a costume contest so make sure to keep an eye out for the famous Hotel Del Coronado ghost, Kate Morgan.

Halloween isn’t just for kids anymore and San Diego is bringing its scariest year yet.

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