As the golden sunsets of autumn illuminate the city, Scottsdale is set to host its beloved tradition: the 52nd Annual Fall Festival at Chaparral Park on Saturday, Oct. 28 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Chaparral Park, located at 5401 N. Hayden Rd., is poised to become a hub of festive excitement where families and individuals of all ages can immerse themselves in a myriad of activities and entertainment.
“One of the most anticipated events of the season, the festival is a testament to Scottsdale’s sense of community and festive spirit,” says a city representative. With the festival’s return, locals and visitors can expect a cavalcade of excitement, including a costume contest that promises to spotlight some of the most creative, spooky, and whimsical attires.
Aspiring carvers can roll up their sleeves and compete in the pumpkin-carving contest, while those with a sweet tooth can look forward to the trick-or-treating stations scattered throughout the park. Carnival games will add a dash of nostalgia, ensuring attendees are continuously entertained.
In addition to the vast range of activities, food truck vendors will be on hand to dish out an array of delicious bites, ensuring festivalgoers are fueled for the evening’s festivities. Live entertainment will keep the energy high and spirits lifted throughout the event.
Attendance is free, making sure everyone can partake in the fun. For more information, visit scottsdaleaz.gov/events.