Batman, Mr. Incredible, Cruella De Vil… The Del Ray Halloween Parade was back in style on Sunday, October 24.
Thousands of costumed heroes, villains and all in-between showed up for the annual event, which was brought back after a hiatus last year.
The audience also marched along to the beat of Alexandria City High School’s Titan Zombie Band.
Alexandria is full of Halloween-inspired events all week.
Great to have the @AchsBand Zombie Band at the Del Ray Halloween Parade!
Great to restore this annual tradition! pic.twitter.com/mzd92r35XY
— Justin Wilson (@justindotnet) October 24, 2021
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