New Orleans, Louisiana 2021-04-08 11:00:00 –
The annual Black and Orange Bash announced by the 10/31 Consortium is a success.
“This is our big launch party and we are excited to share the exciting news about the 2021 Fiforet Halloween Festival with everyone,” said Craig Winchel, festival captain of the year.
According to a news release, the Baton Rouge charity group “is dedicated to bringing safe and happy Halloween to children in our area and is planning the annual Fiforet Halloween Festival.”
The organization also provides Halloween costumes for children in need and works with their neighbors to plan safe trick-or-treat events. The annual Fifolet Halloween Festival features costume balls, 5K, art markets, parades, pub crawls and award brunch.
Held in the middle of Halloween, Bash is where the organization announces the Halloween crew’s court. This year’s bash will take place on Saturday, May 1st, at 7pm, outside the Lagrange barn on the grounds of BREC’s Magnolia Mound, 2161 Nicholson Drive.
The group reveals the festival’s themes, Grand Marshal, King, Queen, Prince and Princess. Three local Baton Rouge individuals will also receive the Consortium’s Community Courage Creativity Award.
The performance will be Mystic Vixens, one of the regular dance units of the Fifolet Halloween Parade.
Johnny Adams, captain of Mystic Vixen, said:
Tickets are available at 1031Consortium.com, Adults are $ 31 and include hors d’oeuvres, cash bars, music, dance, silent auctions and photo booths. Children’s tickets are $ 15 each for this family-friendly event.
Dress code? Anything black and orange.
Corey Tullier, founder and president of the 10/31 Consortium, said:
You also need a face mask.
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