5 spooky ways to celebrate Halloween on Halloween in Philadelphia

If you didn’t get your fill of fright over the weekend, then you’re in luck: Halloween isn’t over yet.

While many folks may have celebrated the season’s horrors through the Halloweekend, some ghoulish die-hards aren’t letting a weekday holiday get them down. After all, Halloween comes but once a year.

So don’t pack away that costume or dig into your candy just yet — there is partying to do. And whether you’re looking for a devilish dance party or something more educational, we’ve got you covered.

[Read more: Your guide to a last-minute, Philly-themed Halloween costume]

Here, our picks on where to celebrate All Hallows' Eve in Philadelphia:

Monday, Oct. 31 at 8 p.m., Bok (1901 S. 9th St.), Tickets: $40

Held in the former Bok Technical High School’s basement, this Halloween night affair is adults only, and costumes are required. Attendees can look forward to late-night snacks, free booze, and live entertainment, all in one of the spookiest basements in South Philly.

Monday, Oct. 31 at 8 p.m., The Fillmore (29 E. Allen St.), Tickets: $17

The Fillmore celebrates its one-year anniversary on Halloween, and they’re marking the occasion with — what else? — a roller skating Halloween dance party. This 21-plus shindig features music from DJ Deejay and DJ Royale, and skate rentals are included in the cost of admission.

Monday, Oct. 31 at 5 p.m., North Bowl (909 N. 2nd St.), Free

For Halloween night, North Bowl turns its outdoor lot into a fall party zone with the addition of lawn games, bowling, hot cider, free candy, food and drink specials, and caricature drawings. The event is all ages up until 9 p.m., and kids under 12 can bowl for free.

Monday, Oct. 31 at 7 p.m., The Franklin Institute (222 N. 20th St.), Tickets: $10 (members) to $15 (non-members)

The Franklin Institute continues its Science After Hours program on Halloween, but this time with a more hair-raising theme. From science experiments and demonstrations to a costume contest and creature feature, this one’s got it all — including a mass “Thriller” dance to end the night.

Monday, Oct. 31 at 10 p.m., Coda (1712 Walnut St.), Free (RSVP required)

Ghouls can get down at Coda with their Day of Dead Halloween dance party, featuring music from DJ Brosco and DJ Daily. Plus, get your face painted in a traditional Sugar Skull style for a costume contest with cash prizes, and enjoy two complimentary Modelo beers.