ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Trick or treating might be canceled this year but you still have a chance to show off your costumes. The City of Albuquerque is hosting a virtual youth Halloween costume parade.
The community can submit photos of their child ore pet in their costumes and they will be shared on the virtual parade. The photos will then be entered in a raffle for some special prizes. The first 50 submissions will also score some city swag.
There’s only one chance to w in per family but you can submit as many photos as you’d like. The first 50 submissions will also score some City swag.
- Parade is open to participants under the age of 18 (family costumes allowed as long as youth are represented)
- All costumes should be family friendly and appropriate for all ages.
- No weapons allowed in photos.
- No references to drugs, alcohol, or other illegal items allowed.
- All photos are subject to review before posting.
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