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Hotlanta gets even hotter on Halloween with the prettiest Southern girls, ghoulish gentlemen, the craziest costumes, and of course a healthy dose of “Walking Dead”. Here at Pretty Southern, we have a round up of what we expect to be Atlanta’s best Halloween party — well, the whole city will be a party so “parties” — because this year we’re set for a week’s worth of fun with events happening from Friday, Oct. 25, through the next Friday, Nov. 1. Knowing the Techies, the costumes will probably carry over into Georgia Tech’s Homecoming weekend. Here are some of the best halloween parties in Atlanta for 2013.

Friday, Oct. 25
Front Page News kicks off your wicked weekend with their Boos and Brews Halloween Party. A $25 cover charge grants you access into a New Orleans-style shindig complete with a costume contest, flip cup and beer pong challenges, plus pretty much any liquor y’all can imagine (for a nominal fee).

Saturday, Oct. 26
A Social Mess is taking over The Buckhead Theatre for their 4th annual Boonanza. Founded by Fur Bus owner, Trey Humphreys, y’all can expect more than 1,000 of Buckhead’s pretty girls, tons of Bud Light, Pinnacle Vodka, and some crazy-ass costumes. Scroll down for the video, and buy your tickets now because the price will go up!

Don’t feel like sticking to one place? The Buckhead Creepy Crawl will parade through the Buckhead Bar Triangle beginning at 7 p.m. Registration starts at Buckhead Saloon then the pub crawl continues on at Stagecoach, Hangovers, Lost Dog Tavern, Park Bench & Churchill’s British Pub.

Down in Midtown, the Living Room at Whiskey Park @ W Midtown will host a Haunted Hotel with the party looking down from the Haunted Rooftop. Featuring seven amazing paty areas, smokin’ hot DJs, custom cocktails, and complimentary glow toys, this will be one of the most wicked parties on Peachtree Street.


At Park Tavern, Spiralween spins its web over the historic Piedmont Park landmark to create the unprecedented mayhem. A $20 cover gets you in the door for some of the best costumes in the city…with some of the best views too. There’s $1,000 on the line for the best costume.

Scoutmob is sponsoring its 3rd annual party at the Goat Farm for the most eclectic party on the Westside. A $35 ticket gets you two drink tickets for wine, beer, and other spirits (including first-time bottles by Jailhouse Brewing) plus one frozen pint of Craft Beer Ice Cream (while supplies last). Throughout the Goat Farm will be fabulous art installations, including “an interactive 12-ft walking astronaut constructed by master puppeteers Raymond Carr + Wade Tilton”, plus food trucks galore.

Thursday, Oct. 31

RA Sushi hosts its Boo Bash beginning at 7 p.m. “Boys and ghouls are encouraged to dress up for the Boo Bash costume contest. Those dressed to kill will have the opportunity to take a bite out of some serious treats, including a $100 RA gift certificate for the first place winner, a $50 RA gift certificate for second place and a $25 RA gift certificate for third place. To keep the Halloween bash going all night long, a special guest D.J. will spin a haunting mix of beats.”

W Buckhead hosts a Haunted Hotel with packages and tables available at Whiskey Blue. Their spooky package includes an overnight stay in a Wonderful Room, complimentary valet parking and two tickets to the Haunted Rooftop

Masquerade at Park Tavern begins at 9 p.m. to help support three different charities — the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, the Choa-Marcus Autism Center, and Piedmont Dog Park. Dos XX, Power 105.7, and the Southwest Porch at Park Tavern bring the official Halloween party to Midtown with Nine Inch Neils, $1 Dos XX, and a costume contest with the grand prize of a trip to Los Angeles to see Pearl Jam.

Don’t see your event on here? Let us know in the comments section below and we’ll update it with your party details!