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Scare the pants off yourself and your friends this Halloween with frightening festivals in Wilmington! All the local undead are heading out for Halloween events, so look lively.

If a little Halloween grog is part of your plans, be safe and book transportation with Event Shuttle Service. Up to 12 costumed friends can fit in our Mercedes Benz Party Sprinter or VIP Jet Sprinter, and you won’t have to worry about parking or getting home. Our VIP Jet Sprinter XL seats up to 24 Halloweenies, and no matter the vehicle, it’s fun and affordable! Our vehicles have all the limo amenities, and we even stock the cooler with your favorite beverages.

Book your Halloween luxury transportation now—call (910) 398-8333 for availability and pricing.


1. Lighthouse Beer and Wine Festival

1-5 p.m. Oct. 28, 2017

11 Harnett St.


More than 100 craft breweries and wineries will gather for this Halloween tasting! Of course there will be live music and food trucks, and a VIP ticket gets you in at noon. Join in the Wilmington Halloween tradition!

2.  Zombiefest 2017

Oct. 28, 2017

Satellite Bar

$15 cover, $18 day of show

Aqualads, Phantom Playboys, Deadly Lo-Fi, and the Paper Stars play the block party Zombiefest at Satellite this year. Yes there will be horror movies, and the costume contest has a $200 grand prize!

3. Carneval Phobia Haunted Trail

8 p.m. – midnight, Sept. 29-Oct. 31, 2017

3907 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington


Scream your way through this thrilling, chilling haunted trail with live actors! No kids under 10, but there’s a less scary daytime version for kids accompanied by an adult.

4. Theaterror and Macabaret

Oct. 13-31, 2017


2 shows, various prices with dinner included or not

See the TheaTerror dinner show featuring a series of murders, and stay for the Macabaret adult cabaret show full of gallows humor, fiendish fun, and song & dance.

5. Paranormal Ghost Tours at Poplar Grove

Oct. 6, 13, 20, and 27, 2017


Poplar Grove Plantation

Be visited by the spirits of Poplar Grove as ghosts from 1850 through the 20th century haunt the manor house, tenant house, graveyard and grounds.

6. Mansions of Madness

Oct. 26-28, 2017

Bellamy Mansion and Burgwin-Wright House


Wilmington Horror Story: Mansions of Madness puts the haunt into historic houses, featuring ghosts, ghouls, and goblins courtesy of Pineapple-Shaped Lamps, the local improv troupe. Not recommended for children under 13. Beer and wine available for purchase at both haunted attractions.

No matter what your Halloween plans, call Event Shuttle Service today at (910) 398-8333 to book your Halloween luxury transportation—it’s a spooky good deal and a frighteningly good time!