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Fall Events in Burbank, CA

Burbank is a great place to stay when you want to be close to the bustle of a busy city, but far enough to not suffer from the traffic. If you are staying in cheap hotels in Burbank CA this Halloween, some grand celebrations are going on in your backyard. Read below for details on these events!

Booo-tiful Downtown Burbank & Happy Howl-oween

Thousands of costumed kids and dogs will fill the streets of downtown Burbank during this special Halloween celebration on October 31. Parents can bring their kids and pets for an early evening of trick-or-treating downtown. Merchants will provide free treats from store to store. There will be an annual Downtown Dog Parade on the AMC Walkway, so bring your furry friends in costume to participate! The parade will start at 6 pm at San Fernando and Palm Avenue. Please register your dog on-site by 5:30 pm. Dogs must wear leashes. Trick-or-treating begins at 4 pm to 7 pm. This event is free for all, so come and celebrate Halloween in Burbank!

Downtown Burbank ARTS Festival

If you’re looking to get some early Christmas shopping done, the Arts Festival is a great place to start! Approximately 100 regional artists will display their work during this downtown festival from November 3-4. Numerous chalk artists will be drawing on the sidewalks to create masterpieces on city streets. This festival will display four blocks of paintings, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry, fiber art, fine art, woodwork, mixed-media, and photography. The festival also features emerging artists from Burbank’s schools and other schools in Los Angeles in support of the Burbank Arts Education Foundation. The outdoor festival takes place on Burbank’s San Fernando Boulevard between Magnolia and Orange Grove. More than 30,000 guests visit this festival in early November and again in April. The ARTS festival is a semi-annual event in its 9th year produced with West Coast Artists.

For more information on both of these events, click here. Have a great pre-holiday season in Burbank!