Halloween Fun at Wade Stadium
DULUTH, Minn. – Wade Stadium was transformed into one of the biggest Halloween bashes in town, Saturday.
Benefiting Noteworthy kids, the first year of Hallowade featured both inside and outside stages for local live music, thousands of dollars in prizes for the costume contest winners, and a haunted locker room.
The Lake Superior Zoo stopped by with their mobile animal show and of course the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile made a surprise appearance.
“It’s the first year we’re doing it, but with how many people came out in this terrible weather, I mean, we’re all Duluthians, we’re all hearty,” Tyler Kimber, an official with Hallowade, said. “The volunteers have helped out a ton, so thanks to the volunteers. It’s been a great event, we hope to do it next year and make it even better.”
All the artists donated their time for the fundraiser. As the day grew into the night, it became an adult-only party.
The day also featured seventeen area mascots dueling it out during the Twin Ports Mascot Kickball Game.