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The Palace Theatre Will Transform For A Spooky Night Of Trick-Or-Treat

Halloween is just around the corner, and what better way to kick off the spooky season than by attending a special trick-or-treat event at the historic Palace Theatre in Columbus, Ohio? Located at 34 W Broad St, this iconic theater has a rich history that’s as enchanting as the event itself.

Don your favorite Halloween costume and experience the spookier side of the Palace Theatre at this special trick-or-treat event. This family-friendly extravaganza offers a unique and weather-proof alternative to traditional trick-or-treating, making it perfect for kids of all ages.

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Inside the theater, you’ll find a themed wonderland filled with goodies to collect, selfie spots to capture your memorable moments, and craft stations for a dash of creativity. The Palace Theatre transforms into a magical playground where Halloween spirits come to life.

Originally known as the Keith-Albee Palace, the Palace Theatre opened in 1926 and showcased live vaudeville performances, silent feature films, and even boasted a grand Style 260 3/16 Mighty Wurlitzer Theatre Pipe Organ. In 1975, its cinematic era ended when RKO closed its doors, but the theater was beautifully renovated by owner Katherine LeVeque.

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Today, under the management of CAPA, the Palace Theatre continues to be a cultural gem in Columbus. It hosts captivating performances, including shows by the Columbus Symphony Orchestra, the Jazz Arts Group, the Broadway Series, and numerous other events, including Trick-or-Treat.

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As you prepare for Halloween this year, don’t miss the chance to explore the Palace Theatre in all its Halloween glory. It’s a delightful way to celebrate the holiday in a safe and enchanting environment, with just a touch of history to add an extra layer of charm to the experience.

Trick-Or-Treat at the Palace Theatre will run from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on October 25. The event is free for all. For more information, please visit