Don’t cover your eyes and miss these scary, spectacular Halloween events. Whether creepy or creative, don your craziest costume and get moving. After all, you’re not a zombie… yet.

Oct 31-Nov 2 | Dracula by Colorado Ballet
Experience the Bram Stoker Gothic horror classic through the art of movement with choreography by Michael Pink and music by Philip Feeney. No garlic necessary.

Oct 31 | The Purge
On the 13th floor of the Curtis Hotel, masks and toy weapons await you for a night of playful purging. The annual event concludes with brunch for two at the Corner Office.

Oct 31 | Theatre of the Vampires
After a successful Kickstarter campaign brought this popular show back to life, Theatre of the Vampires is back for one night only. The show began in 1990 and has been performed seven times since. Aerialists, actors, and dancers come together to tell the story of an American journalist in Paris who’s drawn into a vampire’s world.

Oct 31 | Coloween 2014
If you’re looking to dance your butt off to the live music of DJs and performers, including RiFF RAFF, then look no further than the annual Coloween for your festive affair. Four separately themed rooms and a $1,000 cash costume prize amp up the bash.

Through Nov 1 | Haunted Mines
While you’re screaming your head off in fear, don’t forget to learn a little more about America’s Western and mining history. Haunted Mines starts off with historical-based scenes and situations, then mixes in twists and turns to keep you terrified the entire time.

Nov 1 | The MOTET’s Halloween Tour
You might have caught a teaser of the MOTET’s annual Halloween show theme, Mixtape 1975!, at Red Rocks in July. Now catch the whole show when the improvisational funk band concludes its tour of the Front Range in Denver the day after Halloween.