From Halloween bashes to live music, there's plenty for residents to do this month in Lewisville and Coppell.

Rocktober Halloween Bash

Lewisville residents can celebrate this Halloween with family-friendly trick-or-treating at businesses along Main Street. The event will feature carnival attractions, bounce houses, food trucks and local vendors. Attendees can also enjoy live music following the trick-or-treating.Castle Hills Fall Festival

For fall-themed family fun, Lewisville residents can attend the annual Castle Hills Fall Festival. Events include face painters, balloon artists, bounce houses, carnival games, a 3D inflatable corn maze and pumpkin decorating benefiting the Hebron High School Choir. Halloween costumes will also be permitted, and guests can purchase dinner and drinks from vendors at the Village Shops.The Greatest Piano Men

Theater lovers can enjoy a production of “The Great Piano Men” from Jeff Davis, executive producer of Broadway’s “Rock of Ages.” The show celebrates the world’s eccentric and talented pianists from Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis and Ray Charles to Stevie Wonder, Elton John, Liberace and Billy Joel. Guests can expect storytelling; videos; a band; female backup singers; and 25 hit songs, including “Good Golly Miss Molly,” “Superstition” and “Rocket Man.”Sammy and the Congregation

Enjoy live music from a six-piece band led by Grammy Award-nominated drummer Sammy Miller. The jazz group has played all over the world, including at the White House and the Newport Jazz Festival. Concessions will be open before the performance.Preschool Storytime

Parents can take their kids to story time at the library in Coppell. The interactive program combines activities such as read-aloud stories, songs, rhymes and finger play. The program introduces children's listening skills, the library and the joy of reading. Tickets are required and available on a first-come, first-served basis at the front desk.