halloween picture.jpg1. If you are in New York City, don’t miss the 38th annual New York Village Halloween Parade on Halloween. Named the greatest event on earth by Festivals International, this parade is America’s largest Halloween festival. The festival includes nearly 60,000 marchers along with an open forum for artists and is suitable for adults and children. Everyone is encouraged to dress up in their costume of choice to watch the parade. The fun begins on 6th Ave. at 7 p.m. and lasts about two hours.

2. Just in time for the 35th anniversary of the Rocky Horror Picture Show comes the 23rd annual West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval. Located on Santa Monica Blvd., this Halloween Celebration begins on the 31st with a parade at 7 p.m. that will include cast members of the show. Half a million people show up to this event dressed up and ready to celebrate at one of the six stages set up for performers. If you plan on attending this festival, you better brush up on your Rocky Horror “Time Warp” dance, the night ends with a performance of the dance across all six stages in an effort to break the Guinness Book record.
3. Halloween isn’t just for kids anymore! In Las Vegas on October 30th the Fetish and Fantasy Halloween Ball at the Hard Rock Hotel creates a spooky atmosphere just for adults. The Travel Channel says this event is one of the top ten events in the world, and this year marks its 15th anniversary. The event has three separate areas for their live performances thath last six hours and include multiple artists. Tickets cost $80 for general admission and are on sale now!
4. D.C.’s largest roaming costume party is back for its 11th year this Halloween! For those who are over (Read more...)

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