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Events this weekend (Oct. 28 – 31)

By LEISURE EDITOR | October 27, 2022



Get into the Halloween spirit with these spooky events from our Leisure Editor!

Happy Halloween, Blue Jays! I hope you’ve got some great costumes planned. I know being back in school after Fall Break can be spooky, but if you check out these awesome events, you can still revel in the Halloween festivities! 

All Weekend

Baltimore Comic-Con, Oct. 28 — 30

If you’re a comic, art or convention fan, venture down to the Baltimore Convention Center to attend our local Comic-Con! Admission ranges from $30–40 depending on the day, and a ticket earns you entry to all the vendors, panels and shows that the convention will entail. See the Baltimore Comic-Con website for more details.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show at Baltimore Center Stage, Oct. 28 — 29 at 9 p.m.

Get in the Halloween spirit with a showing of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, courtesy of Creative Alliance. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased on the Baltimore Center Stage website.


Topgolf Grand Opening, 10 a.m. — 12 a.m.

The country’s premiere driving range destination has made its way to Baltimore! Gather a few friends and take a trip down to the Federal Hill area to check out the brand-new Topgolf location. Make a reservation on Topgolf’s website.


BARCStoberfest 2022 at Patterson Park, 7:30 a.m. — 3 p.m.

BARCStoberfest is the ultimate place to express your Halloween spirit and support a good cause! Enjoy a 5-kilometer run, vendor festival, bake sale, pet costume contest and a beer garden all in support of BARCS Animal Shelter. Find more information on Facebook.


Ottobar Halloween Maker’s Mart, 11 a.m. — 4 p.m.

More opportunities to support local vendors! Who could ask for anything more? Stop by the Ottobar parking lot on Sunday to browse candles, art, ceramics, jewelry, stitcheries and everything in between. The market is free to attend and you can read about the vendors on Facebook.


Baolloween at Ekiben, 4:30 p.m. — 10 p.m.

If you order in person at Ekiben on Monday afternoon while dressed in your Halloween costume, you can get a special Halloween-discounted $3 sandwich or $6 bowl! Ekiben is always delicious, but just imagine how much better it will taste at these low prices. See more details on Ekiben’s Instagram.

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