Event Map - coming soon
Saturday, October 27, 2018 | 1 - 5 p.m.
The BLVD between Sierra Highway and Genoa Avenue
What’s more silly than scary, more thrilling than chilling? The BooLVD Halloween and Harvest Festival! Come on out from 1-5 p.m. as the City of Lancaster hosts this fun, family-friendly event that will provide you with a
boo-fully good time without frightening your budget. We’ve put our pointy thinking caps on to plan a fall frolic and some not-so-scary adventures that will be more fun than you can shake a pumpkin at! Your little tricksters will have extra haunting fun with jolly jack o’ lanterns and get Halloween surprises ‘n’ treats starting at 1 p.m. (while supplies last) on The BLVD. Join the City of Lancaster for some whimsy and ghoulish humor, not to mention a little frightful fun!
2018 BooLVD Halloween and Harvest Activities
• NEW - Collect candy along each of our ten BLVD Treat Trails with multiple stations, plus an additional eight Treat Stops starting at 1 p.m. (while supplies last).
• Ghostly train rides
• Corn Maze
• Carnival games
• Costume contest
• Magic Show
• Petting Zoo
• Farmers Market
• Pumpkin decorating
• Cookie decorating
• Pumpkin carving demonstration
• Kid-friendly Haunted House at AV Dance Studio 81
• Harvest Festival and delicious food from local vendors and BLVD restaurants
and so much more!
BooLVD Costume Contest
Infants and children up to 12 years old (adult must be present) can enter in the “cutest”, “scariest,” and "most creative” categories. Groups of 2-7 people of all ages can enter to win ‘best group’. Signups for all contestants will be accepted from 1 to 1:45 p.m. on South Ehrlich Avenue. Winners will be announced at 4:15 p.m. on the BeX Bandstand Stage.
|Arts & Crafts Vendor||Farmers Market Vendor||Food Vendor||Commercial Vendor|
Annual Halloween Family Movie Nights
Thursday, October 11 - Hocus Pocus
Thursday, October 25 - Coco
Saturday, October 27 - Scooby Doo
For questions regarding sponsorship or being a vendor, please contact the City of Lancaster's Parks, Recreation & Arts Department at 661-723-6077.
*This is a gang-free event (Ordinance 953, Section 9.18.010).