The 32nd annual New South Bronx Halloween Parade was a true monster mash on Saturday, October 28
32nd Annual New South Bronx Halloween Parade
PB National Puerto Rico Motorcycle Association NY marched in honor of Hurricane Maria victims.
New South Bronx A Hero’s Halloween led the way.
Police Athletic League embodied the Halloween spirit.
St. Athanasius School marched under a DC and Marvel comics superhero-themed banner.
Manida Street Tenants Association honored the community’s fallen heroes.
Children dressed up as their favorite superheroes in honor of the parade’s heroic theme.
(l-r) Aidan Salamanca, Councilman Rafael Salamanca and Jose Cepeda enjoyed the festivities.
(l-r) Leonardo Cruz, Nelly Arroyo and Ella Rose’s costumes were a treat to behold.
The Boogie Down Bronx welcomed ghosts and ghouls of every age at its second largest Halloween parade in NYC.
The 32nd annual New South Bronx Halloween Parade on Saturday, October 28 featured superheroes and other colorful characters marching under the theme of ‘Celebrating our Superheroes’ on Simpson Street.
The parade served as a tribute to those who inspire, motivate, guide, sacrifice and led the borough to a better future.
Updated 5:12 pm, July 9, 2018