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    Vienna Halloween Parade - "Wave Parade" for 2020

  • Dates:
    October 31, 2020
  • Time:
    10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
  • Admission:
    Free
  • Location:
    Town of Vienna
  • Address:
    Maple Avenue, Vienna, VA 22180
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The Town of Vienna’s 74th annual Halloween Parade is certain to be unique. Amongst the annals of Town Halloween Parades, the 2020 edition, thanks to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, will be like no other.

A short parade of 10-15 floats will make its way through Vienna neighborhoods in the form of a “wave parade” from 10 am-noon Saturday, October 31. The parade will travel through all four quadrants of Vienna; a more precise route will be published Thursday, October 29, at viennava.gov/halloween.

Residents are invited to view the parade from their neighborhood or along the route while practicing social distancing and wearing masks, especially if within six feet of people not in your household. Please refrain from standing in the street or sitting on street curbs to view the parade. Halloween costumes are encouraged!