October is coming and we’ve got a list of some of the must “see” Halloween festivals in Atlanta.
Let’s begin with the Little 5 Points Halloween parade. The 19th Annual Little 5 Points Halloween Festival is scheduled for Saturday, October 19th 2019. The southeast’s premiere Halloween parade and festival!
The mission of the L5P Halloween Festival & Parade is to promote the businesses in and around the Little 5 Points neighborhood and to showcase the unique offerings of the area.
If you’re new to Atlanta or haven’t been, you MUST put this on your list.
The L5P Halloween Festival & Parade takes place in and around the streets of the Little 5 Points neighborhood of Atlanta, GA. The 2019 event is scheduled for October 19th from Noon-10p.
Parking is limited and traffic is heavy. We recommend you take MARTA, bike, or walk to the Festival. No dogs allowed, per City of Atlanta Ordinance.
Alright, no, it’s not a festival, but it’s a very popular Atlanta event. The Walker Stalker Convention needs no formal introduction. If you’re a fan of the The Walking Dead/Fear The Walking Dead or other horror genre shows, then you’ve probably attended one of their conventions. However, the ATLANTA WSC is still the biggest show of them all! Last year, over 58,000 people came to the weekend con. The WSC returns to the Georgia World Congress Center on Oct. 18th. Tickets available through https://walkerstalkercon.com/atlanta/
Located at the Cumming Fairgrounds in downtown Cumming, GA, Cumming Scare Fair is much more than just a haunted house.
Come experience our walk through haunted attraction. When Cumming Water Authority finds a new type of parasite in the water supply what happens next will haunt you for weeks to come!
Before and after you visit the haunt spend time in our midway with Food Trucks, Vendors, Games, and more!
With only four days to see Scare Fair, make your plans early to see the Halloween special event of the season!
Tickets available here:
In association with Relay for Life, Cumming Scare Fair is a Halloween attraction unlike any other. Come out to Cumming Fairgrounds and experience our walk-through haunted attraction. There will be music, vendors, food trucks, and more! All proceeds of this event go to Relay for Life and The American Cancer Society.
Halloween Lantern Parade Grant Park 800 Cherokee Ave SE
Atlanta , GA 30315 Open to: Family & Kids
For the 9th year, the Grant Park Conservancy’s Halloween Lantern Parade is ready to welcome in Halloween! On Friday, October 25th, from 6pm – 10pm, all are invited to take part in this Halloween season tradition at Grant Park where you can make a lantern and walk the parade! Leading the parade around the park path is the Black Sheep Ensemble with the Krewe of the Grateful Gluttons giant puppets and goblins. The Wasted Potential Brass Band will bring up the rear. And DJ Tabone will be on hand to handle dancing after the parade.Lantern kits are available at Adams Realtors and Dakota Blue for $20 (cash only) at 458 & 454 Cherokee Ave, respectively. On October 21, the lantern kits will also be available at the Grant Park Farmers Market. Become a supporter of the Grant Park Conservancy and get a free lantern kit!