Looking to spend a relaxing weekend on the ice? Or would you rather go crazy on a haunted pirate ship, or take a time machine to the 1930’s? For a Spooktacular weekend, ABCey Events has got you covered! It’s everybody’s favorite topic of the week: ABCey’s Weekend LineUp!
Mr. Nobody’s Spookeasy Halloween Extravaganza
Thursday, October 30th to Sunday, November 2nd | 8PM – 1AM | Great Star Theater, Chinatown | $49
Want to take a trip to the past this Halloween weekend? With a multi-evening experiential destination party, the San Francisco Spookeasy Halloween Extravaganza is taking a a daring and sophisticated spin on Halloween! Located at Chinatown’s Great Star Theatre, the event will take on the Burlesque and Vaudeville era of the 1930’s in a decadent Prohibition-era Speakeasy!
Creatures of the NightLife With Peaches Christ
Thursday, October 30th | 6PM – 10pM | California Academy of Sciences | $12
Zombies, brain dissection, and a dive show?! What more can you ask for to kick off an amazing Halloween Weekend? Stop by the Bay Area Science Festival for an evening of delight and disgust, including an education on the science the behind of vampires, zombies, and other monsters that go bump in the night!
Ghost Ship: An Art-Drenched Halloween
Friday, October 31st | 9PM – 4AM | Pier 70 | $80
Buckle in your strait-jacket and commit yourself to the Asylum! Why not spend this Halloween at the 7th annual Ghost Ship 2014. Strap yourself in for a wild ride and dance the night away this Halloween at Pier 70!
Holiday Ice Skating
Saturday, November 1st | 10AM – 11:30PM | Union Square Ice Rink | $11
Tis the season! Yet again. Kick off the Holiday season, the day after Halloween, by spending a leisurely Saturday on the ice at the Union Square Ice Rink!
Dia de los Muertos Procession & Festival of Altars
Sunday, November 2nd | 6PM – 11PM | Garfield Square | Free
Put on some face paint and join the other deathly figures and make your way down the streets of the Dia de los Muertos Procession and Festival in celebration of lives now gone. The festival features six local groups which have commissioned large-scale community altar installations and over 75 personal altars! (Don’t forget to bring candles, flowers, photos, mementos, food, or drinks to place on the altars).