The Portsmouth Halloween Parade




October 31, Portsmouth It's finally the week of Halloween, and that means it's time to put on your costume and head to Portsmouth for a unique parade experience. The Portsmouth Halloween Parade is a grassroots, all-inclusive community celebration of creativity, resourcefulness, collaboration and free expression on the Seacoast of New Hampshire. Always held on October 31st, the PHP invites everyone to get on a get-up and get down to downtown! While the focus of the night is the parade, stay after it's done for parties, music and celebration at various locations throughout the city. Visit www.spookyportsmouth.com for more information on how to participate or for the route map.
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