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Halloween Happenings in Ballycastle

Ballycastle Seafront, Ballycastle, Antrim, BT54 6SZ
Image shows fireworks lighting up the sky above Ballycastle Beach
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  • Images shows a man breathing fire
  • Image shows a spooky Halloween character leaning down over a person with a painted skeleton face


The seacoast town of Ballycastle will return with its Spooktacular event on Tuesday, October 29. The ever-popular Halloween parade will set off from Dalriada Hospital Lower carpark on Leyland Road walking along Castle Street, The Diamond, Ann Street, Quay Road and North Street to the Seafront. A fancy-dress competition will be held prior to the parade leaving with a few prizes for the best outfit.
Once at the seafront everyone will be entertained with stilt walkers, fire poi and much more. Families can enjoy a host of fun activities and Currys Amusements will be adding to the excitement. Live music will be getting the party started ahead of the spectacular firework display.


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