“It’s about dressing up and getting to live your fantasy about getting to be what you want to be,” one fan of the convention said.
The spooky season is upon us and Pa’s Pumpkin Patch, a Halloween staple for Long Beach residents, is set to reopen Friday after not operating last year due to COVID-19.
Add your spooky display to our interactive map of Long Beach that will guide locals to the best and spookiest Halloween displays to see from the safety of your car.
Long Beach officials are urging residents to find safer ways to celebrate the holiday that don’t involve gathering with people outside their households or sharing food.
For the first time in 45 years, Pa’s Pumpkin Patch—a staple of the Halloween season in Long Beach—is not opening due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The Miller Children’s and Women’s Hospital transformed into their annual Halloween celebration this morning as pediatric patients paraded with Long Beach firefighters in their trick-or-treating journeys around the hospital.
With about three weeks left until Halloween, what better time to get your scare on than at the following “spooktacular” Long Beach events.