To celebrate the new season, Scottsdale Quarter hosts its Boo & New fall festival, taking place from Monday, Oct. 18 to Saturday, Oct. 23. The free, family-friendly event features a pumpkin patch, live musical acts, local art, fall-themed activities, craft beer and more.
All week long, guests can wander through the festival’s pumpkin patch and enjoy nightly live musical performances by their favorite local bands, like Rock Lobster and Sugar Thieves. On Friday, event-goers can view the work of live artist mural paintings and curated workshops hosted by Scottsdale Quarter tenants, like pumpkin carving and a fall candle workshop.
On Saturday, don’t miss The Quarter’s Fourth Annual Boo & Brew. Sip local craft brews from the likes of Huss, Walter Station and Grand Canyon breweries, while listing to live music and watching college games in the football lounge. Tots will adore the oversized games, crafts, character appearances, balloon twisting and face painting.
And since no Halloween celebration is complete without trick-or-treating, Scottsdale Quarter’s Candy Crawls offers a fun and safe opportunity for families to do so. Plus, during Boo & Brew, dogs are invited show off their Halloween best for a chance to win the Doggie Costume Contest.
Because space is limited, some events require pre-registration. For a complete Boo & New schedule, visit www.scottsdalequarter.com.