Halloween, which falls on October 31, is seen as one of the most interesting, adventurous, and fun nights of the year throughout many parts of the world, especially in North America.
One of the best places to celebrate it is in New York City as one of the most outrageous Halloween events is held there every year.
This is the Village Halloween Parade and it’s easily one of New York City’s most colourful parties as it features huge paper-mache puppets, jugglers, stilt-walkers, dancers, artists, musical bands, breakdancers, and of course some of the wildest and most creative Halloween costumes found anywhere on the planet.
The parade is so popular that it attracts about two million spectators and over 50,000 participants.
The wild and scary collection of ghosts, goblins, spooks, and ghouls takes place in the Greenwich Village area of the city and goes along 6th Ave at Spring Street up to 22nd Street.
Each year the parade comes up with a new and obscure Halloween theme that dictates how most of the participants dress.
The participants let their creative juices flow and come up with some of the most eccentric, outrageous, and scary costumes you could possibly imagine.
The Village Halloween Parade in New York is an ideal vehicle to let your imagination run wild throughout the historic streets of New York City.
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