Are there any Halloween events in New York City?
Check out the spookiest and coolest Halloween events NYC has ever seen including parties, parades, and haunted houses 2020 has been scary enough, but we’re throwing the spookiness into high gear with events for Halloween in NYC.
Where can I see scary movies on Halloween?
The Queens-Drive-In is screening a series of scary movies, including some double features, this Halloween. There will also do a preview screening of the horror-comedy Bad Hair, from Dear White People director Justin Simien, on Wednesday, Oct. 21, and a free Day of the Dead screening of the Oscar-winning Pixar film Coco on Sunday, Nov. 1.
Who is the Grand Marshal of the Halloween Parade in NYC?
At noon on Saturday, halloween-nyc.com will stream the 15-minute baby parade featuring toy-sized puppets and tiny floats that’ll pass by NYC’s iconic buildings. The grand marshal is “Pinocchio” and actor Donald Corren will provide live commentary set to music by On The Lam Band.
What do children and adults do for Halloween?
Children and adults are invited to participate either by dressing up or simply voting for their favorite costumes.
What to do at House of Yes for Halloween?
In lieu of an in-person Halloween party, House of Yes is teaming up with Artery and Bramble for a “psychedelically seductive,” virtual spectacle within a spooky “haunted” cyber realm teeming with immersive live performances, dancing, a fancy dress costume contest, prizes, and intimate experiences including tarot, astrology and sound healing.
Is there a spider parade in New York City?
On Halloween night, from 7pm to 10pm, a giant, sparkly spider will be hanging off the tower as it does each year during the Village Halloween Parade. The parade is canceled this year, but the spider will still make an appearance.While the parade is canceled, organizers are bringing a mini-parade to those of us at home.