Zombie Prom, 17 more ways to spend your haunted Halloweekend

Will you be this year's zombie prom king or queen? Or will they just eat your brain?
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1. If you don’t want to buy a halloween costume just go get it drawn on you at these tattoo shops for $31! (Friday)

2. Go liquor treating at a rye whiskey with rock candy syrup tasting at at the Greene Grape. (Friday)

3. Eight of Swords is celebrating Halloween and their third anniversary with music, dancers, costume contests, and the opening of their newest art show, Arise O’ Ancient Ones. (Friday)

4. Spend Halloween with bands covering Marilyn Manson, Limp Bizkit, Queens of the Stone Age, The Cure, and Pantera at Spike Hill. (Friday)

5. Zombie Prom is back at littlefield for some good, undead fun. (Friday)

6. Dance with some scarecrows at Union Hall’s Rotten Apple Roots & Bluegrass Halloween. (Friday)

7. Go back to modern zombies’ roots Night of the Living Dead at Spectacle Theatre. (Friday)

8. Halloween means two nights of DJs and dancing at Sky Bar. (Friday-Saturday)

9. Grab a mask and some fishnets for the Hallow’s Eve Masquerade at the Classon Social Club. (Friday)

10. Wander through a haunted house, learn your fortune, and dance away your terror with Exquisite Corpse Company’s Blackbox: Bury Y’re Dead party. (Friday)

11. If you don’t win the $50 bar tab at Passenger Bar’s Halloween party costume contest hey, at least there’s free burlesque. (Friday)

12. Battery Harris  has Halloween-inspired dinner all evening and cover-free dancing all night. (Friday)

13. Dance to reggae, hip hop, house, and Afrobeat at BAMcafé’s BOOgie Down: A Late Night Halloween Dance Party. (Friday)

14. See the debut of the new web series Global Travel Inc., about two travel agents trying to get it together, at Videology. (Saturday)

15. Help the Clinton Hill Library raise funds by buying books and snacks at their Boo-ook, Bake & Toy Sale. (Saturday)

16. Hear Afro-Caribbean, Brazilian, and Judaic beats come together with Eugene Marlow’s Heritage Ensemble at Brooklyn Heights Library’s We’ve Got Rhythms concert. (Saturday)

17. Cap off NYC Cider Week with cider tastings and a traditional long pour demonstration with the Beerded Ladies at Covenhoven. (Sunday)

18. Hear some local musicians perform at the Radigan  Roundup. (Sunday)

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