Trick or Treat! Halloween Fun in Atlanta
Enjoy treats and spooky decorations at these events. Find more than 100 ways to celebrate Halloween here.
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Kids ages 8 and younger can come dressed in costumes for face painting, magic shows, arts and crafts, games, trick-or-treating and more. Oct. 20.
Go trick-or-treating, have a blast in the kid’s zone, and shop vendors. Oct. 21.
Explore more than 50 different trick-or-treat stations, dance to music from a DJ, try axe throwing and more. Oct. 21.
Eat, drink and get spooky. Oct. 21.
Halloween fun includes trick-or-treating candy stations, a face painting station, a DJ and food trucks. Oct. 21.
Get into the spooky spirit with crafts, a costume parade, music, trick-or-treating and more. Oct. 21
Visit the Trick or Treat Lane, make themed crafts, play carnival games and more at this special festival. Oct. 21-22 and 28-29.
Walk around the square for candy, fun and costume sightseeing. Oct. 27.
Collect goodies along the Treat Trail at this evening of thrills and adventure. Oct. 27.
This evening of trick-or-treating and not-so-scary Halloween fun will include bounce houses, games and more. Oct. 27.
Pick up a trick-or-treating map to stop by participating retailers for candy and treats. Oct. 28.
Enjoy themed tables full of goodies, crafts and activities. Oct. 28.
Participating stores, restaurants and businesses will offer treats. Oct. 28.
Come in costume to trick-or-treat and enjoy the spooky décor on the mini golf course. Oct. 28.
Go trick-or-treating along Town Center Avenue, play on inflatables, watch “The Addams Family” and “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” and more. Oct. 28.
Meet farm animals, go trick-or-treating, greet Spiderman and Barbie, have your face painted and more. Oct. 28.
Trick-or-treat at the businesses along Main Street before entering the park with kids’ activities and a family-friendly Halloween movie. Oct. 28.
Go trick-or-treating, enjoy a balloon artist, participate in costume contests and more. Oct. 28.
Stroll through the Goizueta Gardens to gather Halloween candy and enjoy decorations and festivities. Oct. 29.
Trick-or-treat at downtown businesses with costume contests for four different categories. Oct. 31.
Go trick-or-treating from store to store, meet your favorite movie characters, visit the balloon artist and more. Oct. 31.
Locations across Hapeville will be participating in a trick-or-treat. Oct. 31.
Enjoy trick-or-treating, pumpkin decorating, balloonists, caricaturists and more. Oct. 31.
Walk along the trail to enjoy music, characters, fun displays and trick-or-treating, and participate in costume contests. Oct. 31.
This downtown trick-or-treat event is specifically for little ones. Oct. 31.
Wear your favorite costume to enjoy festive treats and fall fun. Oct. 21.
Enjoy live music, food trucks, and candy at the Dunwoody Food Truck Thursday Finale. Oct. 26.
Celebrate Halloween with candy, music, hayrides, a photo booth and more. Oct. 27.
Explore family-friendly fun at this community-wide event. Oct. 28.
This festival will include a trunk-or-treat, a pumpkin patch, inflatables and more. Oct. 28.
Stop by different cars for sweet treats. Oct. 28.
Enjoy games, candy, food and fun. Oct. 28.
Wear your costumes for a fun drive-thru event where you’ll see costumed characters and decorated vehicles and receive a goodie bag from a candy fairy. Oct. 28.
Enjoy an evening of carnival games, trick-or-treating, a costume contest, a Monster Mash dance party and more. Oct. 7.
This Halloween-themed event includes trick-or-treating, costumes, a pumpkin decorating contest and more. Oct. 15.
Presented by Johns Creek Recreation & Parks and Johns Creek Police, wear your best costume to enjoy candy, treats and kids’ activities. Oct. 18.