If you’ve been looking for a place to celebrate the Halloween weekend, St. Cloud Main Street has the evening event for you tonight, Saturday October 29th beginning from 5 to 7pm with kiddos safely scrolling door to door through St. Cloud downtown grabbing delicious Halloween treat from the local businesses.
It’s a popular annual event for the family filled with costumes, candy, and more candy, and more candy. Did we mention there will be LOTS of trick or treat candy?
Not enough Halloween for you… don’t worry, it’s just getting started.
At 8pm in front of Phyre Brewery and Tavern, German Witches will hit the street to entertain the crowd in spooktacular fashion with a phantasmic decorated broom contest and dance contest. There will be prizes given for Best Costume and Best Decorated Broom/Staff!
Join in the fun and enter the contest! There will be a rehearsal at Garage Bar on October 22nd at 10:00am. The dance is simple enough to learn in one session and the performance will take place in front of Phyre Pinup Speakeasy & Brewery
*$10 Entry Fee – Participants must be 18 and older
At 9pm St. Cloud Main Street will host a Ghost Tour to really get you in the Halloween spirit. What could be more fun than a spine-tingling, ghastly ghost tour around historic downtown St. Cloud?
To finish off the creepy evening, there will be a special viewing of the epic “Two Thousand Maniacs” Movie at 10pm in the St. Cloud Twin Theatre. The classic 1964 American horror movie, filmed in St. Cloud, was written and directed by Herschell Gordon Lewis and starred 1963 Playboy Playmate Connie Mason. It follows a group of Northern tourists who are savagely tortured and murdered during a Confederate celebration of a small Southern community’s centennial.
*This movie is for Adults 18 and older Only. It has adult themes and strong violence. Viewer discretion advised. $10 Admission.
Want the full St. Cloud experience? Spend the night at St. Cloud’s “haunted” Hunter Arms Hotel at the discounted rate of $70 plus tax! Call 407-891-9855 to reserve your room.
It’s sure to be the biggest local Halloween event of the year, and it’s all happening in St. Cloud with St. Cloud Main Street’s Night of Maniacs and Witches in Historic Downtown St. Cloud!
The St. Cloud Main Street Halloween events are made possible with the support of Experience Kissimmee whose focus is to promote Kissimmee and Osceola County as one of America’s and the world’s favorite vacation destinations, next door to Orlando!