Get Ready to Be Spellbound at the First Annual Witches Festival In El Paso
Growing up, my favorite Halloween costume as a child was a witch! Why? First, it was such an easy costume to create and you could be a good witch, bad witch, green witch. Second, everyone always knew what I was so I avoided the dreaded, “What are you dressed up as,” question.
If you are a lover of all things “Witch” then you’re in luck because the first-ever Witches Festival is making its way to El Paso this Halloween.
The Witches Festival is taking place at 5559 Alameda on Friday October 27th and Saturday October 28th from 6 pm - midnight.
The festival is family-friendly and guests of all ages will be able to enjoy local food trucks, vendors, free candy while they trick-or-treat, and live music all night long.
Kids will also have the chance to get their face painted and have some fun with jumping balloons, pumpkin painting and most importantly, enjoy a spooky time at scary haunted houses!
Event organizers encourage guests to get their tickets in advance for a special pre-sale price. Ticket prices will rise on the day of the event and the event is limited-capacity so get your tickets before they sell out.
This Halloween, embrace the enchantment, make memories, and cast a spell of delight at the first annual Witches Festival.
- October 27th and 28th
- 6pm- 12am
- 5559 Alameda - Back parking lot
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