Join all the ghosts and goblins for a not-so-scary evening of fun and family entertainment at Oakland Park’s “Music on Main Street Halloween Bash” from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Friday, October 27 in front of City Hall.
This free Halloween Bash event includes costume contests, a live “Music on Main Street” concert, food trucks and more. The Halloween costume contest has categories for all ages so everyone can put on their best face to win a trophy.
A popular feature is “Trunk or Treat” showcasing some of the most creative and spookiest decorated cars and trucks around. Families and businesses will be able to display their decorated vehicles and offer packaged treats/healthy snacks to the children – from the trunk of a car or the tailgate of a truck.
To register a decorated vehicle or for other Halloween Bash information, please call the City’s Parks and Leisure Services Department at 954-630-4500.
Oakland Park’s free Halloween event and costume contest also features the City’s monthly “Music on Main Street” concert headlined by South Florida’s favorite Caribbean music band “Pan Paradise” performing a diverse array of Calypso, Reggae, Steel Drum & Soca selections.
For information on this performance and other upcoming free “Music on Main Street” concerts, please call 954-630-4251.