In 15 days, little boils and ghouls knock on their neighbors' doors, begging for treats and promising tricks if they're denied. But who wants to wait that long? Do you have a costume ready to go? Throw it on and show it off at the Tucson Boo Bash 2018 this Saturday.
Tucson Boo Bash 2018
Kick off Halloween a couple of weeks early by coming to Lincoln Park. That's where the Tucson Boo Bash 2018 takes place. Who says trick-or-treating belongs only to the kids? Children of all ages should dress up in their favorite costumes. Anyone who dresses up gets to participate in the costume parade for the entire crowd to see. Consider it a test drive for this year's big night.
Make sure you bring candy with you for some trunk-or-treaters. And don't forget your own bag to haul all the candy you collect home with you. Try your luck at the fun carnival games set up around the park. For the "rebels", get a tattoo. Don't worry. They're only temporary. You can wash that "rebel" right off when the night ends. Everybody loves inflatables. You'll find them here as well.
Forget about making dinner. Geronimo's Revenge, Drew's Dogs, and Dicky's Barbecue plan on bringing their food trucks by to feed the crowd. For dessert? How about a little Pin-Up Pastries or CodyCoyote Kettle Corn? All of this is available for purchase anytime your hunger strikes.
Why should we only celebrate Halloween on one day a year? Enjoy some great free family-friendly fun at Tucson Boo Bash 2018. Here, there are no tricks. Just treats.