Nightmare on Columbia Stroll to Haunt Covington Before Halloween!
Sep 27 2021

Nightmare on Columbia Stroll to Haunt Covington Before Halloween!

By: Re'gine Smith

The Covington Business Association, a nonprofit organization that represents and raises awareness for local businesses, is set to host its second Nightmare on Columbia Stroll.

Image Courtesy of Nightmare on Columbia Stroll

This spooky night, presented by Resource Bank, in Downtown Covington will take place on Saturday, Oct. 23, from 5-9:30 p.m.! Choose your costumes wisely, people. Patrons will be strolling Downtown Covington and visiting various businesses, while sampling 20+ craft cocktails and craft beers that local businesses will serve and can vote for their favorite ones. Music and entertainment are a no-brainer at this function, so you definitely won't be short of having a good time.

Set the bar high by participating in the costume contest. Cash prizes will be awarded for the best single costume ($150) and best group costume ($300; 2+ people).

While there, BOOgie on down to the FREE public concert at the Covington Trailhead, located at 419 N. New Hampshire St., featuring Tyler Kinchen & The Right Pieces! There will be food available for purchase during the costume contest and concert at the Trailhead.

The Nightmare on Columbia Stroll exhibits Covington's business community. It gives those businesses opportunities to enjoy their community in a pleasurable and lighthearted way. Local commerce and tourism are supported by event proceeds.

The cost of event tickets is $30 each and are available to purchase on Eventbrite. You will receive a stroll cup as your ticket to the event, which will include one single entry into the costume contest. You can check in and pick up pre-purchased cups at the Covington Trailhead on the day of the event. Patrons must be at least 21 years of age to participate and show ID at check-in. No one is allowed to pick up someone else's cup. Severe weather reschedule date is Sunday, October 24. Tickets are non-refundable.

To find out more, visit gocovington.org.

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