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Looking to party like an adult this Halloween in Denver? Check out these 3 big parties

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Posted at 9:29 PM, Oct 26, 2017
and last updated 2017-10-26 23:31:49-04

DENVER -- Halloween is known for trick-or-treating and scary movies, but what if you're looking to celebrate this weekend like a grown-up? Denver7 has dug up the details on three of the biggest parties in the Mile High City.

1. Coloween 

Where: Curtis Hotel, 1405 Curtis Street

When: 9 p.m. Friday to 2 a.m. Saturday

Open Bar

Multiple floors of a themed Halloween party include artists, inflatables, and theatrical designs. A band, singer-songwriter, and six DJs will entertain guests all night. New this year is "Mad Max's Apocalyptic Wasteland" based on the hit movie from 2015. Keep in mind this event does not allow any replica weapons, but there is a $1,500 first place costume contest. 

Tickets are still available as well as more information at www.coloween.com

2. Paranormal Palace

Where: McNichols Civic Center Building, 144 W Colfax Ave.

When: 8 p.m. Friday to 1 a.m. Saturday

Open Bar

You probably drive by the McNichols Building on West Colfax all the time, but during one night each year it is transformed into a fully immersive theatrical costume party. Also with multiple floors (along with a new 90s floor this year), guests will have a variety to choose from. The main theme this year is "A Rocky Horror Experience" with decor and plenty of costumed cast members. No real looking weapons allowed. There is a $2,000 price for the costume contest winner. 

For more info or tickets head to http://denverhalloween.org.

3. The Denver Halloween Costume Ball

Where: Downtown Sheraton, 1550 Court Place

When: 9 p.m. Friday to 2 a.m. Saturday

Cash Bar

The Denver Sheraton plays host once again to the party titled exactly what it is, a costume ball for whatever crazy costume you can come up with. Go-go dancers and a laser show compliment the DJs that will be spinning a mix of hits throughout the night. This event doesn't feature an open bar, but tickets are slightly less expensive. There is a $1,000 cash prize for the winner of this year's costume contest. 

Tickets and information can be found at http://www.denverhalloweenball.com.

If you'd like to browse more Halloween parties for adults, the people over at the Denver Ear have compiled quite an extensive list

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