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What's on in Co Tyrone this Halloween

The start of October means the countdown to Halloween has officially begun. Here's our top pick of the spookiest things happening across Co Tyrone this month.

Halloween Torchlight Tours

  • Omagh, October 29 – 31

Take a tour of the outdoor museum as darkness falls at Ulster American Folk Park. Ghosts, ghouls and witches will lurk in the shadows as you sample traditional foods such as barnbrack, pumpkin and shoofly pie. Not for the faint hearted, booking for the evening tours is essential.

Halloween Fun Days

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  • Omagh, October 20 – 31

Experience the Halloween of a bygone era this October at the Ulster American Folk Park. As you walk around the outdoor museum, guides and demonstrators will be on hand to entertain you with a fun-filled programme of activities which explore Halloween in Rural Ulster and Pioneer America. Have your fortune told, listen to stories by the fireside, play some traditional games and pastimes and watch out for some spooky friends as you tour the museum.

Halloween Fireworks Display

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  •  Omagh, October 31

Fermanagh and Omagh District Council will host a programme of entertainment on the OASIS Plaza from 6pm including a Halloween fancy dress party, spot prizes, light performers, and gooey Halloween slime making. One of the highlights of the evening will see Hazel Wand Theatre School delivering a thrilling performance. The mysterious DJ and magician with his tricks and treats will entertain the family as they dodge the creepy characters and vampires roaming the OASIS plaza followed by the spooktacular fireworks display from Strule Arts Centre rooftop.

Spooktacular Rhythm Of The Night 90's

  • Omagh, October 27

DJ 2J'S will be playing the best #clubclassic throwbacks in Lola's at The Silverbirch Hotel featuring live saxophonist Zacc McGloughlin from the award winning Anna's Number. Bring your glow sticks and get your hands in the air – a throwback night not to be missed.

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