The Half Dozen

  1. Six Flags Fright Fest. Fright Fest is back at Six Flags over Texas until Oct. 31! This year, the park’s Casa Magnetica is back, making a tribute to Día de los Muertos. Every day at nightfall, Fright by Night is unleashed with six haunted houses, three scare zones, and hordes of zombies and ghosts roaming throughout the park. Admission starts at $39.99.
  2. Jonas Brothers in Concert. Having released five albums in their career, including 2019’s “Happiness Begins,” the Jonas Brothers are on tour and coming to Dallas at the Dos Equis Pavillion on Oct. 22. They’ll be joined by Kelsea Ballerini. GA Tickets start at $39.95. 
  3. Sweet Tooth Hotel Installation. Sweet Tooth Hotel presents their newest exhibit, “Rewind.” This show’s title is a play on the installations visitors will explore. At the center of the exhibit, there is a vintage video store full of VHS tapes and hidden spaces for guests to discover. The Sweet Tooth Hotel will also be rebooting some cult favorite installations from their previous exhibits. Tickets start at $20.
  4. Junk Yard Haunted House. Visit a real haunted junkyard, a dark attraction filled with live actors and monsters. Its previous owner Damian Langford made millions off his junk yard from stealing from other trash haulers and recyclers in the area. Karma caught up to him, and he was later discovered hanging a tree on his property. This haunted house will be open from Oct. 22-24 and 29-31. Donation-based cash-only entry fee.
  5. As You Like It. Plague Mask Players presents William Shakespeare’s “As You Like It,” a dreamy tale of friends, families, and lovers in disguise. Shows will be held on Oct. 16-17, and 21-24 at Mainstage in Irving-Las Colinas. Tickets are $15. 
  6. Dallas Opera. “Opera’s Greatest Hits” will feature arias from Puccini’s “Turandot”; Verdi’s “Aida,” “Rigoletto,” “Otello” and “Macbeth”; Mozart’s “Don Giovanni” and “The Marriage of Figaro”; and more. This concert will feature The Dallas Opera Orchestra conducted by Maestro Emmanuel Villaume. Buy tickets starting at $19 for Oct. 22, 24, or 30.


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