Ghosts and ghouls go wild for the Gazette’s Halloween Parade
OKLAHOMA CITY -On October 26, Gazette’s annual Halloween Parade brings Halloween to life.
Gazette’s Halloween Parade began as the Gazette’s Ghouls Gone Wild Parade in 2007 with almost 20,000 spectators and 64 entries.
Last year, the parade boasted attendance of more than 60,000 with almost 100 entries and more than 2000 participants and 200+ volunteers.
The Gazette’s Halloween Parade features more than 50 parade entries from dancers, bands, art groups and businesses.
For those of you who don’t know already, the parade lasts two hours.
For $25, you can enter as a walking group, marching band or bicycle rider.
For $50, you can enter a float, car, motorcycle or anything on wheels.
For more information visit the OKC Gazette Halloween Parade site.