Tasha's To Do List: Oct. 2-5

DALLAS (KRLD) – There's A LOT going on in the Dallas-Fort Worth area this weekend. Here are some of the highlights.

– Check out Katy Perry and her Prismatic World Tour Thursday at the AAC.

– This deal is pretty cool. It is "The Improvised Horror Movie" at the Dallas Comedy House Thursday night. Do you know what you did last summer? Is your next vacation at a Cabin in the Woods? Answer these questions and more, or maybe not, at this totally improvised horror film based on the audience's suggestion.

– Check out Santana at Winstar this Saturday.

– The Good Guys 22nd Lonestar Nationals is happening this weekend at TMS. Check out '72 & earlier hot rods, customs, muscle cars, trucks & classics on display, a Texas-sized Swap Meet & AutoTrader Classics Cars 4 Sale Corral, fast & furious Goodguys Autocross, track cruises on the hi-banks of Texas Motor Speedway, and live music.

– North Texas' Spiciest Festival Around with Half Marathon & 5K Run is coming up this Saturday, October 4 at Clark Gardens Botanical Park in Weatherford. There will be a Chili Cook-Off, Music, Cooking Demonstrations and stuff for the kids to do.

– If you are talking southern rock, you are talking this band. See the Marshall Tucker Band at the Gas Monkey Bar and Grill Friday night.

– Saturday, Fall for the Arts in downtown Dallas will give you a chance to experience the Dallas art scene all in one place. The event will feature two main stages that will showcase performances all-day, and Art in the Park, a collection of over 30 local, regional and national juried artists.

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– The Peruvian Gold: Ancient Treasures Unearthed exhibit is at the Irving Arts Center beginning Saturday and running through December 31.The Irving Arts Center in partnership with National Geographic Museum in Washington D.C presents a remarkable collection of ancient gold and silver artifacts excavated from Peru's legendary royal tombs.

– The Greater Dallas Walk to End Alzheimer's is set for Saturday morning (10/5) at the AAC. This walk is the 12th largest Walk in the United States. The event features a 5k walk, live music, family friendly activities, a promise garden ceremony, and light snacks.

– Also this Saturday, take a trip back to 1990. Vanilla Ice is doing his thing at Fat Daddies in Mansfield.

– Lake Worth's Monster Bash at the Fort Worth Nature Center is happening this Saturday, October 4 at Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge. This deal pays homage to a story from 45 years ago about the reported sightings of the Lake Worth Monster...a hairy, scaly 7-foot-tall man-goat-beast.

– It is that time again, time for Brick-Or-Treat at LEGOLAND Discovery Center in Grapevine. Beginning this Saturday, and happening every Saturday in October, you'll have a ghoulishly good time helping to build a Haunted Town with the Master Model Builder, following the Pumpkin Trail and counting all the pumpkins in the attraction. Plus, wearing a costume gets the kids a chance to win an annual pass.

– Now through October 19 at Historic Fair Park, you can partake of the best fair food, lose everything you ate on the carnival rides, hear great live music, and check out the Wild West Pet Palooza, and Texas Sports Legends. Check out the State Fair of Texas!

– Now through November 2, you can experience an even scarier side of Six Flags Over Texas with Fright Fest. Fright Fest is the largest Halloween festival in North Texas...with Ghouls, goblins and zombies emerging each evening at 6 to haunt the park's midways. This thing has five bone-chilling haunted houses, including the ALL NEW Zombie Infestation. For the kiddos, there are costume contests, scary-oke, and a trick or treat trail featuring Bugs Bunny and all of his friends in Bugs Bunny Boomtown. For the big kids, there is Cirkus Berzerkus, Cadaver Hall Asylum, Piggy's Blood Shed, Total Darkness, Zombie Infestation, Texas Scare-a-tory, Voodoo Swamp and The Lost Hollows.

– In Bedford, Moxley Manor Haunted House is celebrating its 5th year for fear with its all new haunted house now through November 1.

– The Boneyard Haunted House in Arlington says this year's haunted house is even bigger with more fear and terror. They open for business Friday night as we get closer to Halloween, they will open on nights other than the weekend.

– In Mansfield, it is time for Zombie Manor 2014. Beginning Friday night and running each weekend through Halloween, check out one of America's must see haunted house attractions. Not all of the zombies at Zombie Manor are real, but can you tell them apart?

– Now through November 1, head over to Elm Street to the Slaughter House for 16 thousand square feet of pure terror. Come on. The thing is on Elm Street. That in and of itself makes it worth the trip.

– The Denton Haunted House also known as The Parker House Haunted Attraction is open this weekend through November 1 for your scaring pleasure. The story goes that this 1940's home based mortuary was closed down by the FBI due to the Parker's daughter Mary who created her own bodies for the morgue.

Dark Hour Haunted House 2014 is looking to be full of witches. The Plano haunted house will feature witches from every country, each infamous throughout the world for the horrors they reap, all gathering under the banner of Simone Noir'e – the on-again off-again head of the Dark Hour Coven. Check it out this weekend.

– Check out Natalie Cole Friday night at the Winspear Opera House.

– And over at Gexa tomorrow night, you can check out Georgia natives the Zac Brown Band and their slew of number one hits "Chicken Fried", "Toes", "Highway 20 Ride", "Free", "As She's Walking Away", "Colder Weather", "Knee Deep", and "Keep Me In Mind" to name a few.

– The Brazos Valley Gun Show is happening this weekend, Friday and Saturday at the Classic Event Center in Fort Worth. This new gun show will feature 300 tables of stuff to check out.

– Saturday morning at 11 it is Sheep Racing Saturday at Mainstay Farm in Cleburne. Family Pumpkin Days features a Scottish Spectacle: Sheep Racing. Their 1960s Filling Station is also open for ice cream, floats and treats.

"Cool Thursdays" at the Dallas Arboretum will feature the 80's experience of the Molly Ringwalds. The Costume Contest this week is The Champion of Breakfast Award. Your favorite breakfast food or morning pajama attire! Breakfast Club...get it?

– If you were singing Kiss Me Deadly back in the day with 80's rock goddess and former Runaways member Lita Ford, you can do it again this Sunday at Trees.

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