Prepare for a supernaturally good time at these three D.C. Halloween events!

Halloween's right around the corner, and we have some good news: there's no shortage of D.C. Halloween events to get you in the mood for the spookiest day of the year!

GWAR Pop-Up Bar


ourtesy of Drink Company (Facebook)

WHEN: Now–October 31
WHERE: 1843 7th Street NW
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Just in time for Halloween, the GWAR Pop-Up Bar is sweeping in with alcoholic Halloween-themed drinks like the Undead Scumdog, the Slaughterama-rita, the Gathering of the Ghouls, and more! Themed after GWAR, the Richmond heavy metal band known for their spooky costumes and props that fit perfectly into the spirit of Halloween. Make sure to bring your camera!

Spooky SPY Family Night

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WHEN: Friday, October 12 | 6–9 p.m.
WHERE: 800 F Street NW (International Spy Museum)
CONTACT: Click here or call 202-393-7798

Be sure to bring your family out for the International Spy Museum's Spooky SPY Family Night adventure! Take the idea of a Halloween costume up a notch and change your identity with the help of this event. Everyone in your family can go "undercover" with the help of a professional make-up artist then tackle secret missions, Code Cracker competitions, and spy tradecraft, while enjoying some snacks. There'll also be scavenger hunts, competitions for prizes, and more!

"Beetlejuice The Musical"

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WHEN: October 14–November 18
WHERE: 1321 Pennsylvania Avenue NW (National Theatre)
CONTACT: Click here or call 202-628-6161

If you're a "Beetlejuice" fan, you won't want to miss the premiere of Beetlejuice The Musical! The musical has all the elements that made it famous and perfect for Halloween -- an interesting demon, an exorcism, and a haunted house -- but revamped to include singing and dancing. Expect to have a howling good time!

Are you excited for October and Halloween? What are your favorite D.C. Halloween events? Drop a comment below!

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