Need a last minute plan to celebrate Halloween, or do you just want to try something different? Here are some of the best events Los Angeles has to offer this year for a spook-tacular celebration!

Halloween Carnaval at West Hollywood: This is a HUGE street party that usually attracts more than 500,000 people dressed up in their most creative costumes. Tonight’s theme is "1950s’ One Noir Night." Santa Monica Boulevard will be closed, and there will be six stages with more than 50 performers. The bars and restaurants are lined up on the block, so you can always stop by for a drink or a quick snack. There will also be an annual honorary crowning “Queen of the Carnaval,” and Queen Latifah will show up to receive the title. The party starts at 6 p.m. and lasts until 11 p.m with free admission for all. More information can be found here.

Murder Ballads and Dark Songs: The Echo, The New L.A. Folk Fest and L.A. Record will transform Echo into a concert of eerily fun music about wicked deeds and haunted stories. It’s great for music listening and seeing numerous costumes. The lineup features: RT N’ the 44’s, a L.A.-based Folk Noir band; Tommy Santee Klaws, a rock band combined with folk music; and The Herbert Bail Orchestra, a group of performers that uses music to tell stories of America West dark heart. Kitchen Hips, Bloody Death Skull and Jenny Luna are also on the list. The admission is $8 or $5 with costumes. The event starts at 8:30 p.m at The Echo (1822 W Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles). It's 18 and over. For more information, click here.

Halloween House Party (Zombie Square Dance): For something different, try square dancing with zombies, vampires and the likes! Triple Chicken Foot will start the night by leading everyone and bringing lively music. Then the host, The Dustbowl Revival, will take over for the rest of the night. There are limited drinks, so they suggest you bring your own. There will be music, lights, bonfires and projectors screening spooky films. It's open for the public and free for all. Show up at 8:30 p.m. The dance will take place at Granville House at 2447 Granville Ave., Los Angeles. There is no official website, but there is a Facebook event.

A Stones Throw Halloween: Spectrefest presents a masquerade beat-ball with interesting lineups including punk, hip-hop and jazz tunes. The main star is Peanut Butter Wolf (alter ego "Folerio"), who provides futuristic electric ballads with his computer drumming and writing skills. Vex Ruffin is a punk musician who seems to have a hip-hop background. He describes his music style as “minimalist,” and he's been playing all over L.A. and Orange Country. For a jazz, hip-hop and soul mix, Pyramid Vritra will present dancing and storytelling. The last one on the list is Chrome Canyon, which will bring its sci-fi and space disco tunes to the stage. Doors open at 8 p.m., and the show starts at 9 p.m. Ticket prices range from $10 to $12 at Bootleg Bar, 2220 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles. You can buy tickets here.

Hollywood Halloween Pubcrawl: For those who like to bar hop, this is a great deal. This is all you have to do: buy tickets, dress up, check in, venture out to different bars and enjoy drink specials! For $20 (plus a $4.09 fee), you can visit multiple participating bars. Their drink specials are $2 draft beer, two-for-one mixers and $4 shots. It's highly recommended you find a taxi, limo or set up designated drivers. Buy a ticket for tonight or buy three-day passes. The pub crawl will start at 5 p.m. and last until 2 a.m., starting at Outpost Hollywood (1624 North Cahuenga Blvd., Los Angeles). Buy your tickets here.

Whatever you choose to do, have great time! Be safe and happy Halloween!