Returning this spooky season, Halloween On Central features costume contests, trick-or-treating and lots of other festival fun. From noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday, October 29, attendees can stroll and roll along Central Avenue car-free for nearly two miles, from Dr. MLK Jr. (9th) Street to 31st Street. Trick-or-treaters and other festival-goers will be able to rediscover their favorite local businesses and explore the community without having to worry about car traffic. Be sure to bring your four-legged friend – dressed for the occasion, of course, so they can compete in the dog costume contest.
This is a free event to all! And the SunRunner Bus Rapid Transit, which connects St. Pete to St. Pete Beach, heading east along 1st Avenue South and west along 1st Avenue North, will be free on that day.
Event activities include:
- New: Voodoo Vendor Village with more than 125 vendors
- Strolling performers, entertainment and music
- Family fun and games
- Costumes everywhere!
- Food truck hubs
- Trick-or-treating and candy stops
- Costume contests
- Wiener dog races and dog costume contests
- Arts & Crafts
- Food + Drink
- Music & Concerts
- Free Admission