Pandora Spooky Streaming Halloween Themed Stations

Pick from eight different scary flavors

Halloween party
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Pandora Radio is more than an online, customizable audio portal. It also offers a variety of curated stations for particular occasions, such as holidays. Halloween has grown into an event beyond just trick-or-treating for kids. Now, there are adult parties and much more, and all these activities are better with a little music or mood background.

Enter Pandora, ready to help you create the right Halloween feeling with a handful of selected Halloween-themed radio streams. Whether you're looking for the creepiest film scores or haunting goth rock, there's a station for almost any musical taste or event.

How to Listen to Pandora Stations

Listening to any of Pandora's Halloween-themed station is easy. You can so do online with a computer and browser, through Pandora-enabled TVs, Blu-ray Players, tabletop devices, Internet radios, or on your Android, BlackBerry, iPhone, iPad, or iPod.

Halloween Stations on Pandora

  • Halloween Party: This Halloween station features standards that everyone will recognize, like "The Time Warp" from the "Rocky Horror Picture Show", "Monster Mash" by Bobby "Boris" Pickett & the Crypt-Kickers, and "Ghostbusters" by Ray Parker, Jr. It's an excellent stream for general Halloween happenings.
  • Industrial: This station has a harder edge and features bands like Nine Inch Nails, The Prodigy, and The Crystal Method. Less kid-friendly and geared towards older adolescents and adults.
  • Spooky Symphonies: This is Halloween for the cultured! Enjoy some famous themes like "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" by John Williams, the film score from "Bram Stoker's Dracula" by Polish composer Wojciech Kilar, and the film score from "Psycho" by Bernard Herrmann. These stations will complement your glass of wine -- or your chalice of blood -- no matter what you're drinking (or who you're biting).
  • Goth: Pandora's Goth station features artists like The Mission UK, The Sisters of Mercy, London After Midnight, and Switchblade. Some of the typical tracks include music such as "Every Day is Halloween" by Ministry and "Bela Lugosi's Dead" by Bauhaus.
  • Family Halloween: This is a kid-safe track list of Halloween tunes. The station draws on the Addams Family as a theme with the iconic main title theme performed by Mannheim Steamroller, as well as remixes of the main title. You'll also find a variety of family-friendly tracks that make for ghoulish but age-appropriate good time.
  • Witch House: Welcome to the creepier and more experimental side. Tracks like "Devil Take You" by Zola Jesus, "Days" by Creep, and "See Birds" by Balam Acab.
  • Halloween: This stream is simply stated and includes the likes of Donovan singing "Season of the Witch," "Monster Mash" by Bobby "Boris" Pickett & The Crypt-Kickers, "The Boogie Monster" from Gnarls Barkley, "Tubular Bells: Part One" by Mike Oldfield (the track that was used in the original "Exorcist" movie), and the "Sweeney Todd Main Title" from the musical by Stephen Sondheim. This is rated "G" for general -- or ghoulish.
  • Ghostly Grooves: This is another edgy, creepy, Gothy station featuring songs like "In the Desert" by LA Vampires & Zola Jesus, "I Just Had to Die" by The Knife, and "Thorns" by Wumpscut -- that's right: a band called Wumpscut.