Contact: Joe Vargo, Perris Public Information Officer
Phone: 951-956-2120


Perris' Harvest Halloween Festival is October 28

Revelers from last year's Halloween Event.
Revelers from last year's Halloween Event.

Ghouls, goblins, superheroes, masked villains, princesses, pirates, vampires and movie monsters are all expected to put in appearances at the City of Perris’ Harvest Halloween Festival.

The big show takes place Oct. 28 from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Cesar E. Chavez Library parking lot, 163 San Jacinto Ave.

“The City of Perris is committed to providing a safe, sane and fun Halloween experience for all our residents and their families,” said City Councilman Mark Yarbrough. “This is a great time and place to celebrate the holiday.”

Last year, hundreds of revelers attended the City’s Halloween bash.
Boys and girls of all ages will have a blast playing games for candy prizes, rocking out to the Monster Mash and more classic Halloween songs.

Costume contests will be held all evening starting with infants and tots at 6 p.m. and concluding with teen and adults. Dance contests takes place beginning at 7 p.m. So don’t forget to come dressed for the occasion. 

Vendor spaces will include food for purchase, and free literature and information from local community service providers.

Game booth tickets will be sold. Prices are $1 for seven tickets, $2 for 15 tickets and $3 for 25 tickets. A marionette show takes place at 8 p.m.

Please join us of an informative safe and healthy lifestyle festival. Parking is available at the Civic Center and Foss Field Park.

For more information, please call 951-943-6603, visit the city’s website at  or read the publication, On Track in Perris.

General admission is free.