BR Halloween Parade
October 28, 2017 at 2 p.m.
Downtown Baton Rouge, Louisiana
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The Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank leads this “parade with a purpose” and actively takes non-perishable food donations straight from the crowd. Parading krewes, dancers and bands entertain the crowd with incredible costumes and candy throws. The Baton Rouge Halloween Parade is a major fundraiser for 10/31 Consortium. Proceeds from the parade help further our initiatives of creating a safe and happy Halloween for the children in our community.
Spectators and parade participants alike are encouraged to create a Fundraising Team to help raise money for 10/31 Consortium. The Fundraising Teams that raise the most money will be recognized at the Royalty Brunch on Sunday, October 29, 2017. Donate to the cause or create a Fundraising Team HERE.
This year’s theme is Rhythm and Boos! Join us as we celebrate music of all types throughout history! Leading the way will be Grand Marshal, Patrick Mulhearn, King Mark Bounds and Queen Judy Gonzales! Don’t forget, every parade has a ball and the Ghostly Gala is ours. Tickets are open to the public however members get a 20% discount.
ROUTE MAP – coming soon!
2017 SPECIAL APPEARANCES – coming soon!
There are many ways to participate in the parade. These consist of a variety of krewe and unit types. A krewe is a group of people who want to be in the parade together for whatever reason. A unit is the physical entry, like a float or walking group. Registration prices vary depending on your krewe and unit types. Click the links below for more information on how to register.
KREWE REGISTRATION FORM – Please complete this form PRIOR to paying your entry fees.
CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS – Log in BELOW to receive the 20% discount or become a Full Moon member HERE. All mail-in payments must be postmarked by Monday, October 16, 2017. Mail checks to 10/31 Consortium, 9655 Perkins Road, Suite C-1031, Baton Rouge, LA 70810.
No Krewe? No problem! Register as an Individual Walker for $15. Individual Walkers must dress according to categories as they will be grouped together with other Individual Walkers to form the semblance of a Walking Unit. This is a great way to make new friends and start your own krewe next year!
Starting a Krewe? Check out our 5 steps to starting a krewe HERE!
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS!
Looking for more Halloween awesomeness? Check out the entire Fifolet Halloween Festival schedule HERE!
We could use your help! Sign up to volunteer for our events HERE.