Tricks & Treats

Photo credit: All Saints Theater Company

How do you spend a perfect Halloween weekend in Richmond?  Beer, brunch and bass is a great place to start.  Stay busy this Halloween with these events.

Animal’s Glitz Vs. Gore Halloween

Friday, Oct. 28, 10:30 p.m. - 2 a.m.
Fallout, 117 N 18th St

Richmond’s queer DJ collective takes over goth and fetish club Fallout for a night of dancing and DJ sets.  18+, $2-$5 suggested donation.

Scott’s Addition “Booz” Crawl

Saturday, Oct. 29, 6 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Buskey Cider, 2901 W. Leigh St.

Scott’s Addition was just featured in the Washington Post as the place to go to sample the city’s exploding beer scene.

Now’s your chance for an adult trick or treat with this Buskey Cider sponsored brew crawl.  Booz Crawl cards will be available at the participating locations.  With three unique stamps, you can be entered to win a $25 gift card from each location.


  • Ardent Craft Ales

  • Blue Bee Cider

  • Buskey Cider

  • Isley Brewing Company

  • Reservoir Distillery

  • Three Notch'd Brewing Company RVA Collab House

  • The Veil Brewing Co.

Halloween Drag Brunch

Saturday, Oct. 29 and Sunday, Oct 30
Godfrey’s, 308 E. Grace St.

Godfrey’s hosts two seatings on Saturday and Sunday for its infamous drag brunch.  Watch these queens dress in their Halloween best for a spooktacular way to brush off the weekday boos. Call 804-549-9512 for reservations.

Heaven & Hell Masquerade

Sat. Oct. 29, 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.
The Hoffheimer Building

Three levels of haunts including a 2000 sq. foot haunted house, DJs and a rooftop bar with a costume contest. Tickets online here.



Saturday, Oct. 29, 12 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Carytown, 2900 W Cary St.

Richmond shopping destination Carytown hosts a day of family activities celebrating Halloween.  Many merchants will open their doors for trick-or-treating, just look for the pumpkin signs in the windows.  The 12th Annual Zombie Walk starts at 2 p.m. by the Byrd Theater.

11th Annual Halloween Parade

7 p.m.
Monroe Park, 620 W Main St

March with the demons of the day, ghosts and ghouls at this annual parade coordinated by All Saints Theater Company.  Giant puppets make their way through Richmond’s Oregon Hill neighborhood.