Get A Head(less) Start To Halloween With Horror House, Masquerade Concert Wed. Night At BHS

Photo: A couple prepares for a night at Belmont High

Boo! Looking for a little pre-Halloween festivities? There will be two spooky events taking place at Belmont High School to get you ready for All Hallow’s Eve!

The 6th annual Belmont High School House of Horror will take place on Wednesday, Oct. 23 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the high school’s cafeteria.

This year there will be a kids section with Halloween oriented crafts and games. There’s a $5 entrance fee for the actual Haunted House but we’d greatly appreciate it if you’d like to donate more than that as the proceeds will go to Samaritians.

Along with the Horror House, the Belmont High School Bands will hold its yearly Masquerade Benefit Concert. You’ll hear the haunting themes of ghosts and goblins mixed in with the music of your favorite superheroes and Disney characters. The band will be dressed in their Halloween-best, and we encourage audience members (young and old) to wear their costumes and help set the mood for the evening.

Admission to the concert is FREE. The concert program will begin promptly at 6:30 p.m. – a half hour earlier than usual – to accommodate families with younger children.

Dress Up for Halloween Masquerade Concert Wednesday at 7PM

Photo: Halloween Masquerade Concert, Wednesday, Oct. 25 at 7 p.m. 

Here’s your chance to preview your Halloween costume and have a great time listening to music of the season as the Belmont High Wind Ensemble and Concert Orchestra presents the seventh annual Halloween Masquerade Concert this Wednesday, Oct. 25 at 7 p.m. in the high school’s auditorium.

This family-friendly Halloween Concert is free, and costumes are encouraged.The two ensembles will perform a family-friendly variety of seasonal selections, including creepy classics like the 

The two groups will perform a family-friendly variety of seasonal collections, including spooky classics and modern-day show tunes which are pretty scary on their own.