Paisley Halloween Festival

Friday 25 - Saturday 26 October, 2019

Roll up, roll up and immerse yourself in the weird and wonderful world of dark circus.

This years’ Paisley Halloween Festival takes place on Friday 25 and Saturday 26 October. The town centre will be transformed into a sinister outdoor circus with street theatre and death-defying aerial performers taking over the streets.

On the Saturday evening the dark circus parade led by our sinister Svengali will be choreographed by internationally acclaimed outdoor performance specialists Cirque Bijou. It will feature giant animated puppets, floats and a cast of spooky circus characters including creepy clowns, twisted jugglers and deathly creatures.

There will be new surprises for 2019 and all the trick or treat favourites you have come to expect from Paisley’s award-winning Halloween festival.

More information to come soon…

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Paisley Halloween Festival 2019 Funding Partner

Get involved in Paisley Halloween parade

We have some amazing workshop leaders and are looking for local schools, groups and individuals to work with to make this years festival the spookiest yet.

Julian Bracey
Artistic Director of Cirque Bijou

It’s been a lot of fun taking part and I’ve had the opportunity to do things I would never have thought of. It’s good to be challenged and learning new skills has made me feel more confident. I’ve also made lots of new friends.

Patrick Docherty
Participant, 16

The festival provided so many fantastic opportunities for young people to show us what they are made of and those involved should be very proud of what they have achieved.

Paul Bush
OBE, VisitScotland’s Director of Events

This year’s Halloween Festival was our biggest and most spectacular to date and is now viewed as one of the top events of its kind nationwide.

Louisa Mahon
Renfrewshire Council’s Head of Communications, Marketing and Events

It’s been wonderful to see so many people enjoying themselves in Paisley town centre during the two days of free events, while the festival itself has created amazing opportunities for our young people.

Iain Nicolson
Renfrewshire Council Leader

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