The Mortuary partners with the Blood Center to collect blood donations. Donors receive a free VIP pass to the haunted house. Visit www.thebloodcenter.org for more information.
New Noise presents the second work in its New Southern Hymnal trilogy. The outdoor performance focuses on land, labor and two sisters who are reunited after their family's Georgia home burns to the ground. Visit www.newnoise.org for details. Tickets $15.
The temple hosts a Voodoo Ball at 6:30 p.m. Thursday and an open house from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday, including a lecture at 1 p.m. Tickets $50 and $25, respectively. Visit www.voodoospiritualtemple.org/events for details.
Three days after issuing Spellcaster II: Death in Space (Pizza Burgler) — a sort-of sequel to 1997’s Spellcaster featuring a new drone-vention, the Weather Warlock — Quintron and Miss Pussycat go where everyone can hear you scream: the annual Halloween bash at One Eyed Jacks. Manatees and self-appointed West Bank royalty Ballzack and Odoms open at 10 p.m. | Fri. Oct. 31
Portland, Oregon, duo Eric Phipps and Rocky Tinder started playing together in 2001, but didn’t release their first album, Curiosity, until 2012. For September release Bazaar, they expanded Wampire’s lineup and continued evolving from an electronic music focus to psychedelic-tinged, noirish rock. TOPS and DiNOLA open at 10 p.m. at Circle Bar. | Fri. Oct. 31
The Voodoo Experience includes musical performances from national and local artists in a range of genres, as well as food booths and an arts market. Headliners include The Foo Fighters, Outkast, Skrillex, Arctic Monkeys, Big Freedia and Pretty Lights. Single-day tickets start at $73.http://www.worshipthemusic.com
Voodoo priestesses Mama Lola and Mambo Maggie host a free, daylong celebration featuring music, book signings and food.
Kids celebrate Halloween with mall-wide trick-or-treating at participating retailers.