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No Need to Be a Halloweenie

Posted by: Greater Oklahoma City Chamber on Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 12:00:00 am

Don’t be scared, costumed compatriots—the Halloween parade is back! Saturday, Oct. 24 at 7 p.m. marks the return of downtown’s observance of All Hallow’s Eve festivities. But this year, the Oklahoma City Halloween Parade & Costume Party will stay on the straight and narrow right down Broadway, starting at N 13th  Street and ending at N 4th Street. 

Without any of those pesky turns to worry about, organizers have set the viewing stand at N 8th Street and Broadway Avenue, and have also added an after-parade-party with local favorites My So-Called Band playing only the best ‘90s hits (tickets to the “Zombie Ball” after-party are $10, but parade viewing is free). Another thing that is different about this year’s parade is that it’s modeled after the New York City event that supports the arts community, and will have parade MCs! Yep, it’s Hammer Time, parade people. Hey, speaking of the ‘90s and costumes, anybody got any of those parachute pants? Those things are too legit to quit…

More info: http://www.okchalloweenparade.com/

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