Halloween Weekend Entertainment in Texarkana – October 29 to 31


It’s Halloween weekend in Texarkana. With Halloween falling on a Sunday this year, most parties, costume contests, and whatnot for adults will be Friday and Saturday nights, but there are some Trunk or Treats scheduled for the kids on Saturday and Sunday also.

I feel like here at the get-go we mention KIDS WILL BE TRICK OR TREATING SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. If it were me, I would go both days, but we know most will go at least one evening. Watch for the little ones, drive safe, and do not drive drunk.

Starting with Live Music in Texarkana this weekend…

Friday, October 29
Liquid Voodoo at 67 Landing
Ed Bowman & the Rock City Players at Fat Jack’s
Deep Sequence performs at the Hopkins Icehouse Halloween party
TJ McAlexander at Twisted Fork

Saturday, October 30
Masquerade Ball at Mr. D’s in Mandeville with $300 Costume Contest
Giovanni & the Hired Guns at Whiskey River
Cocktails & Costumes at Crossties Texarkana
Crooked Halo for “Brews & Boos” at Redbone Magic Brewing
Relentless CD release party at The Arrow Bar
Negative Feedback at 67 Landing
Alex & Liv at La Fogata’s
Monsters Ball at The Railyard Saloon
Decades of Dress Costume Contest and Opening of the 1923 Banana Club

Trunk or Treats…

Saturday, October 30
Trunk or Treat at 3635 Buchanan Loop with Buchanan First Baptist & Buchanan United Methodist Churches
Trunk or Treat at Texarkana Harley Davidson beginning at 4:00 pm
3rd Annual Trunk or Treat with the City of Texarkana Texas at Spring Lake Park from 4 to 7 pm

Sunday, October 31
Trunk or Treat Fall Festival at Free Life Church, 3700 N. Robison Road
Trunk or Treat at Trinity Baptist Church from 6 to 8 pm
Trunk or Treat at Hardy Memorial United Methodist Church from 5 to 6:30 pm
Trunk or Treat at Liberty Eylau Baptist Church starting at 6:00 pm
Trunk or Treat at Grace Church, 220 Pecan St. in Nash

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