The Las Vegas Halloween Parade Returns on October 31st
September 15, 2012 by VegasNews.com
The Las Vegas Halloween Parade returns for its 3rd annual event on Wednesday, October 31 at 7:00PM. The 2012 Las Vegas Halloween Parade includes art cars, music, fire performances, a costume contest, giant puppets, mobile artworks, and the unexpected by the community and citizens of Las Vegas.
The parade begins on Garces and 4th Street (just North of Charleston Blvd.) and ends on 3rd Street between Ogden and Stewart (passing by the Fremont Experience). The best places to watch the parade are North or South of Fremont Street on 4th Street.
The 2011 Halloween parade drew more than 12,000 participants and parade]watchers and that number is sure to grown by leaps and bounds in 2012. Anyone in costume can come and be part of the parade and show off their creativity and imagination. Registration for the costume contest begins at 5:00PM on October 31st at the beginning of the parade route . Garces and 4th Street. It is free to enter! Parade organizers are currently booking media appearances and interviews as well as making contacts at multiple media outlets to deliver updates on the event as it gets closer to the Halloween Season and Parade Day for this FREE all ages event.
The Las Vegas Halloween Parade is dedicated to the cultural and creative life of Las Vegas, and to the advancement of large]scale participatory events in the belief that such events, when artistically activated, can play a major role in the resurrection and rejuvenation of the Las Vegas’ spirit, economy and the life of its citizens.
For more information and updates, visit the LVHP website: http://www.thelasvegashalloweenparade.com/
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