Five ways to get spooky this Halloween weekend (Oct. 28-30)

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If you have your costume all ready to go but are stuck wondering what to do this weekend, have no fear! From the clubs to the streets, to the theatres, there’s an event for everyone to get their spook on. Check them all out below.

1. Legends Of Horror At Casa Loma

Legends of Horror. Experience it live every night this October. Presented by @captainmorganca, Legends of Horror is an immersive theatrical interpretation of all of the classic horror figures done in the presentational form of promenade theatre, in which the audience walks at their own pace through a 1.5 km trail starting in the lower gardens of @casalomatoronto and winding its way through the castles tunnels and darkest spaces never before open to the public. Brought to you by @libertygroup. Visit for details and to purchase tickets. #legendsofhorror #casaloma #toronto #horror #filmnoir #classic #dracula #frankenstein #werewolf #blacklagoon #castle #halloween @torontosun_insta @virginradiotoronto @millstreetbrew @captainmorganca @libertygroup @casalomatoronto

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Whether you’re a horror history buff or simply just enjoy the thrill of being scared, then you must take a stroll through this historic castle. Dracula will regale you of the ancient tales of Casa Loma as you tour 1.5 km underground tunnels. Frankenstein might even make an appearance. The tour runs every night starting at 7 p.m. to midnight.

 Tickets can be purchased for $40 online, and $45 at the door.

2. Screamwhistle At Steam Whistle Brewing

Beer is the secret ingredient added to every witch’s brew, right? Steam Whistle Brewing is putting its annual Halloween event, turning the brewery into a dance floor this Friday and Saturday.

Tickets are available for $35 online. It runs this Friday and Saturday from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.

3. Night Of Dread At Dufferin Grove Park

Put on your scariest black and white attire and parade with the living dead this Saturday. The hour-long parade starts at Dufferin Grove Park, travels along Bloor St. W. to Concord Ave. and then takes Gladstone Ave. to circle back to the park. Live music and festivities take place in the park afterwards.

Participants are asked to gather at 4 p.m. and the parade will take place at 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. The price is “pay-what-you-can” with a suggested donation of $10.

4. Budweiser FREAK SHOW Toronto at Early Mercy

Gunna get Freaky @ Budweiser FREAK SHOW – save the dates ?

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If freaky performers, spooky decor and the dance floor are calling your name this Halloween, then costume up and head to Early Mercy this weekend. The freak show will be running both nights.

No tickets required, just regular cover at the door.

5.  The Rocky Horror Picture Show at Hot Doc Ted Rogers Cinema

What better way to get spirited this Halloween than catching a midnight screening of the classic Rocky Horror Picture Show. The Toronto based Shadow Cast will be performing their version of the show during the screening.

Tickets are $16. The film will show on Friday and Saturday at 11:30 p.m.

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