Townsquare Media Binghamton (98.1 The Hawk, 99.1 The Whale, Kiss 104.1, 1290 WNBF, and  CBS Spots 1360) is proud to announce that we're bringing back the Downtown Binghamton Halloween Parade in 2022.

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The Downtown Binghamton Halloween Parade will begin at 12:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 22, 2022 at the corner of Main Street and Arthur Street and will conclude at Exchange Street in Binghamton.

Townsquare Media is excited to invite businesses, community organizations, school bands, charities, furry friends, mascots, and people in amazing costumes to participate. Costumes and float decorations aren't required, but if you wish to dress up or decorate your float or vehicle, that would be great!

Ready to have a fun time? Good! Please fill out the form below no later than Friday, October 14 so that we have time to get everything you need to know to you!

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