The weekend before Halloween, it’s easy to find parties, events and festivals to fulfill your spooky season needs. However, the years Halloween falls on a weekday, the liveliness for the actual holiday feels gone. But never fear, because for the first time since 2019 The West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval is here and ready to make its comeback.
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The West Hollywood Travel and Tourism released a statement celebrating the post-Covid return of the event:
“First launched in 1987, West Hollywood’s celebration of Halloween is rooted in the city’s diverse culture and community, ” the board wrote. “Returning for the first time since 2019, this year’s Halloween Carnaval signifies West Hollywood’s triumphant post-pandemic recovery with all new hotels, restaurants, and bars to experience, as well as those that have stood the test of time.”
Since 1987, the West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval has been a festival that has drawn thousands of people around SoCal and even the United States. This year on the 31st, there will be a 1 mile strip closed down on Santa Monica Blvd between North Doheny Drive and La Cienega Boulevard from 6 p.m.-11 p.m..
Not only can event goers people watch and see all the costumes, but there will be DJs, food trucks and other vendors. The epicenter will be at the San Vincente intersection near Rocco’s and Gym Sports Bar and Grill. Exciting bars and restaurants include The Abbey and Hi Tops.
For more information, visit HERE.
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