MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Halloween is just around the corner. The season of screams and scares is here. There are plenty of events going on around the Twin Cities this weekend to get you into the spooky spirit!
The craziest, deadliest party of the year returns to downtown Minneapolis. On Saturday you can be a part of the Zombie Pub Crawl. There will be two outdoor stages and more than 20 bars participating. The pub crawl is certified by the Guinness Book of World Records as “The World’s Largest Gathering of Zombies”.
Fall fun continues this weekend at Shafer’s Corn Maze. Every weekend through Halloween you can get lost in a 12 acre cornfield that has been transformed into a living life-sized puzzle! The maze featured more than four miles of paths, a treasure hunt and rope maze.
It’s the best time of the year to try a new restaurant! Minneapolis-St. Paul Magazine’s Restaurant Week begins this Sunday. Celebrate the best of Twin Cities dining with a week’s worth of great deals at 70 participating restaurants.
Finally, this is no ordinary brew release. Darkness Day is celebrating Surly’s release of its Russian Imperial Stout, Darkness. This Saturday head to the Brooklyn Center brewery for live metal performances, food trucks and, of course, plenty of Surly beer. This will also be the first opportunity to purchase bottles of 2016 Darkness.
The Knights of Columbus Haunted House in Anoka officially opens Thursday. It’ll be open every Thursday, Friday and Saturday until Halloween. Tickets are $10, but you can get a $2 discount with food shelf donation.