• Batman

    As the bat signal shines above, anti-bullying champion Lansing Batman from The League of Enchantment will be making an appearance to meet and greet our guests as a beacon of inspiration for our city.

  • Car Show

    New for 2019, kids can 'trunk-or-treat' on Day-1 at dozens of Famous Movie Vehicles, Hellacious Hearses, Zombie Responders and Crazy Customs parked out front of the Lansing Center on Michigan Avenue at the Killer Car Show.

  • Trick-or-Treating

    Kids 12 and under are invited to trick-or-treat at two dozen stations safely inside the Lansing Center. We’ll provide a map to the candy at the door, so come in costume and bring a bag to join in the fun.

  • Zombie Walk

    Hungry for brains? The 10th Annual Downtown Lansing Zombie Walk invades the Capital City on Day-2 of the festival in support of the Greater Lansing Food Bank. Please check the Z-Walk Facebook page for more details.

  • Monsters Inc Scare Floor

    Try to fill the scream container as you go through the Scare Simulator constructed by giant costume maker Squirrels Creations. You'll also meet Mike, Sully, Boo and more characters from Monsters Inc for an amazing photo-op from the Scare Floor.

  • Batmobile & Batcave

    See the official unveiling of Lansing Batman's new, custom built Batmobile by local resident Aaron Aikman which will be on display in a massive Batcave attraction as you enter the exhibit hall.

  • 501st Legion

    Experience the Star Wars universe as many of your favorite characters roam the hall. Also visit their featured exhibit to see amazing fan-built costumes and props on display. Charity donations are appreciated.

  • Ghostbusters

    Hang out with the Lansing Ghostbusters and members of the Great Lakes Ghostbuster Coalition for slime-making demos, the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, Ecto-1 vehicles and enough proton packs to take care of any spook, spectre or ghost.

  • Superheroes

    Dozens of heroes from The League of Enchantment including Capital City Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Superman, Batwoman, The Flash, Red Hood, Supergirl and many more will swoop in to save the day!

  • Dead Man’s Derby*

    Racers! Build and decorate your own pinewood car or choose a kit of the Batmobile, Ecto-1 or Mystery Machine. Then pick a lane and see who is the fastest to the finish line on a custom built downhill track by Home Dimensions LLC.

  • Mad Scientist Laboratory

    Science, technology, engineering, math and the art of design (known as STEAM) is showcased with a ghoulish twist with interactive exhibits hosted by the Lansing Makers Network, ITEC Lansing, Grand Rapids Public Museum and more.

  • Mystery Machine & Scooby

    Zoinks! Your gang can get photos with the Michigan Mystery Machine (lovingly built by our crew) along with a life-size plush Scooby Doo. And then hop in to watch your favorite retro cartoons on the big screen tv!

  • Batpod

    Learn how we created a replica prop of the motorcycle from the Dark Knight movie series which will be on display inside the Batcave and plugged in to the diagnostic bat-computer getting ready for action.

  • Costume Contests

    Here’s your chance to walk our stage in your awesome homemade creation for a chance to win prize packages valued at over $500 which will be awarded to Best Adult, Runner-up Adult and Best Kid Costume.

  • Ghastly Graveyard

    Local haunt enthusiasts come together to create a frightfully fun cemetery walk-through featuring a dual coffin car called the Reaper's Ride and a two story haunted house facade by prop builder Jim Snellenberger.

  • Hero Shield

    A replica of Captain America’s mighty shield will be on display thanks to Aspiring Games Foundation. You’ll learn more about manufacturing as you see how it was machined locally, and you can even make your own hero shield to take home.

  • Cantina Showdown

    “Going somewhere, Solo?” Have a seat in a booth across from bounty hunter Greedo as you do some smooth talking while getting your blaster ready to see who really shot first in a Star Wars photo op created by the crew from Really Cool Comic Con.

  • 1940s Batmobile

    Featuring a battering ram bat head on front and huge bat tail fin in the rear, we explore the history of the Batmobile with this retro replica crime-fighting vehicle created by our crew which will be located at the entrance of the exhibit hall.

  • DJ Werewolf

    JAMMIN’ DJs spins your favorite spooky hits from the main stage and MCs all the non-stop entertainment including performances by guest musicians, dance troupes, theatre groups and special presenters.

  • Audrey II

    The musical antagonist from Little Shop of Horrors can be seen in full bloom thanks to the master puppet builders at Ruppits who created a 6 foot tall and 7 foot long version of the diabolical, blood thirsty plant.

  • Frost Dragon

    A giant 20 foot long mechanical dragon puppet named “Frosty” (from the Skyrim video game) will be one of the mind blowing, hand made Halloween props and costumes on display by the Grand Rapids based family from House of 1,000 Glue Sticks.

  • Magic

    Master Illusionist Ty Lee, also known as The Urban Legend, will perform a variety of tricks and sleight-of-hand that will astound and amaze fans of all ages with close-up shows and a special appearance on our main stage.

  • Beetlejuice

    Say his name three times, and then watch out for the mischievous Michigan Beetlejuice as he creates chaos and mayhem all throughout the festival with his crazy antics. It’s SHOWTIME!

  • Super Villains

    Gotham City's greatest arch enemies are on the loose! Beware of The League of Enchantment posing as Bane, Joker, Harley Quinn, Two Face, Cat Woman and many more nefarious characters.

  • Cosplay

    Some of the areas most talented cosplayers show off their creations and share their expertise including a swing dancing Incredibles duo from ReyGray Cosplay along with Nerd Failure Cosplay and the networking agents from Fan•Tom X.

  • Skyrim Armor

    Get some pro building tips from Pretty Crafty Critters- the maker of cosplay, props, Halloween decor and other cool stuff. They’ll be exhibiting many of their creations including Skyrim armor, spooky costumes and much more.

  • Groot

    Standing over 8 feet tall, get a photo with the linguistically challanged Guardian of the Galaxy in this towering cosplay creation which was hand crafted by the special effects artist Jason Cowgill from Gh2ost Fx.

  • Starship Simulator

    Become a part of an interstellar crew and work together to defend the sector from evil aliens. The Artemis Spaceship Bridge Simulator is one of the many fun and innovative activities hosted by the Lansing Makers Network.

  • Media Madness

    Watch the live remotes, podcast recordings, photo shoots and video productions by the Paranormal Now NetworkChamberlin Photography, MI Geek Scene and many more social media broadcasters.

  • Face Painting

    Talented face painters and artists will be on-hand to transform your look and get you in the Halloween spirit while demonstrating techniques in special effects makeup. Charity donations appreciated.

  • Vendors*

    A unique line-up of Halloween-themed makers, crafters and inventors will be showing off their wares along with many local artists (such as Scream Prints) with galleries of creative works on display.

Attractions may change without notice. *Additional fees may apply.