Hint: It's basically just a concert. The annual carnival-themed electronic dance music show features performances by Marshmello, Steve Aoki, and more, along with rides, midway-style games, flamethrowers, aerialists, a costume contest, and more.
Cost: Tickets start at $89
North Lake Union
A 2 1/2-hour, '80s-themed dance party on Lake Union and Lake Washington with a DJ, free apps & desert, and a drink ticket that comes with your ticket.
Redmond Town Center
Join (or watch) zombies staggering into Redmond Town Center where there will be a costume contest, photo booth, live music, and a massive “Thriller” dance performance at Thrill the World Redmond.
October 27 (8pm)
Museum of Pop Culture
Join 2,000 of your closest costumed friends at MoPOP for Haunt: The Ultimate Halloween Bash featuring live music, a DJ, and more.
October 27 (8pm - 2am)
The Fremonster Spectacular is a rather adult affair featuring multiple DJs, sultry gogo dancers and ariel performers, a costume contest, and more. There's even gonna be a food truck in the courtyard, and treats from Theo Chocolate.
Cost: Tickets start at $45
On the Boards
Dan Savage's touring erotic film festival -- HUMP -- kicks off in Seattle with a collection of explicit five-minute films by amateurs of all persuasions, as well as prizes based on audience votes. It will sell out.
November 3 (5 to 8pm)
Elliott's Oyster House
One of Seattle's most popular food events, Elliott's Oyster New Year, is back again with 30 varieties of oysters, a seafood buffet, 60 wineries, microbrews, and live music on Pier 56.
November 8 (6 to 9pm)
The second annual Seattle Winter Ciderfest promises “fall and winter ciders from the Northwest's best producers” plus local beer, wine, soda, and more.