It’s Friday and we are ready for the weekend! Start your weekend planning here with our roundup of events happening in and around Tysons this weekend.
Halloween is just a few weeks away, but you still have plenty of time to have some Halloween-themed fun! If you’re in the mood for a good scare, you’ll want to head to Cox Farms Field of Fear in Centreville. This 20-acre field of fear has everything from a haunted corn maze to haunted forest to a spooky hayride, along with a bonfire, karaoke, entertainment, and food. Tickets start at $15. Last ticket sold at 10 pm. This event runs through November 4, 2018.
If you want to get in the Halloween spirit in a less frightening way, then you should check out The Glow: A Jack O’Lantern Experience in DC. This fun, not-so-spooky event is good for kids and adults of all ages. It features live pumpkin carvings and massive jack o’lantern displays. Walk a ⅓ mile loop to see over 5,000 jack o’lanterns on display. Tickets are $22.99 for adults and $16.99 for kids ages 3–12. The event runs through October 28, 2018.
Don’t let the fun of Halloween distract you from all the Oktoberfest events taking place in and around Tysons!
This weekend marks the finale of Tysons Biergarten’s Oktoberfest. Get your tickets for Saturday starting at 3 to enjoy live music, contests, prizes, authentic German food, and all the beer your heart desires. This is a kid-friendly event with a kids corner and plenty of family-oriented entertainment like face painting and a moon bounce.
Cady’s Alley Oktoberfest also takes place on Saturday, starting at 1 pm. This family-friendly event is free to attend. There will be authentic German food and drinks (including beer) to purchase, along with doughnuts from District Doughnut. If beer isn’t really you’re thing, they also will have a mimosa bar.