Greenwich Village Halloween Parade is the most colorful Halloween Fest in the country, Celebrated annually since 1974. This year’s theme is The Garden of Earthly Delights. In the parade you could enter the world of Heaven, Hell, and end this world as depicted in the famous Masterpiece by Hieronymus Bosch. The parade will take place on Friday, October 31, 2014 at 7 PM.
Celebrating Halloween Parade in NYC
The renowned festival is anticipated to include hundreds of colorful Puppets, over 53 different groups of dancers, musicians and artists, and of course thousands of costumed New Yorkers dressed up in their very own especially made costumes. The Halloween Parade in Greenwich Village is a tradition that evolved gradually from the Neighborhoods Trick or Treat walk, and became the most colorful, vivid and ghostly place to be in in the city during Halloween.
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Halloween is one of the most popular Holidays worldwide, and is celebrated all throughout North America almost regardless of background and origin. Dating back to old Celtic Scotland, this Holiday is a colorful and eerie combination of pagan and Christian traditions, all related to honoring the memory of the dead, and preparation to the long and cold winter. Halloween in NYC is a great opportunity to wear costumes, celebrate and take a tour to dark and magical side of the world: including ghosts, witches, cobwebs, beautiful princesses and heroic Spidermans and Mutant Ninja Turtles.