FREE EVENT: SPOOKTACULAR SOLIHULL 2022 - The Solihull Observer

FREE EVENT: SPOOKTACULAR SOLIHULL 2022

Solihull Editorial 25th Oct, 2022   0

Halloween is now one of the biggest events of the year so what better way to celebrate it than in Solihull town centre?

And there’s going to be plenty of roaming street entertainment on hand to make sure your visit is one you won’t be forgetting in a while!

If you ain’t afraid of no ghosts, you’ll be in good company as Ghostbusters characters will be coming and bringing their famous Ghostbusters car with them.

You can then watch on in amazement as Day of the Dead gliding characters and Pumpkin stilt walkers entertain the crowds in Solihull.

Zombie lovers, there will be something for you too! Zombie grannies on trolleys and zombie dancers are bringing a sense of the apocalypse to the town centre with free face painters also on hand to make children look extra scary! (Available on a first come, first served basis).

All visitors will then join in for a Halloween Parade around the town centre!




This is the perfect time to show off those amazing costumes and help create an amazingly spooky atmosphere around Solihull!

We can’t wait to see all of the amazing Halloween outfits following behind our hair-raising characters.


The day doesn’t end there! Following the parade, there will be a Children’s Halloween Spooky Disco in Mell Square from 4pm so you can really make a day of it.

Get in the spirit of Halloween and join us in the town centre for our amazing Spooktacular – free for all!

Timetable

12pm – Event Starts with variety of roaming entertainment around the town centre

3pm – Parade Starts in Mell Square

4pm- 5.30pm – Children’s Halloween Spooky Disco in Mell Square

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