Halloween Industry Association: Celebrating Costumes Together

The Halloween & Costume Association is making strides to create a safer, longer, bigger celebration for the #1 Holiday of Millennials! Let's ADD a Halloween celebration to the last Saturday of October!

Join the Saturday Halloween movement

So, Join us, click here to learn more about the benefits of a celebration on the last Saturday of October and sign the national petition to support National Trick or Treat Day!

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Your Source for the Latest Halloween Tips and Tricks

Halloween & Costume Association (HCA) is your go-to source for everything Halloween and costume related. With the inside scoop on all the latest Halloween trends including the year’s hottest costumes, fun and exciting craft and party ideas, contests, events, and much, much more, HCA helps you stay in-the-know and ahead of the curve when it comes to Halloween.

Throw the ultimate fright fest with our many Halloween party tips or read our Halloween blog to find the year’s coolest costume idea to blow your friends and family away. Whatever your celebration has in store, HCA has the Halloween tips and tricks to make it a night to remember.

Discover The Spookiest New Costume Ideas

As the authority for all things Halloween, the HCA tracks influencers and social trends to identify the biggest costume trends for the upcoming year. Frightening face masks, special FX kits, even trending look-alike costumes, we have the insider knowledge on the year’s most popular Halloween costumes. Become a member and stay up to date with our Halloween blog, so you can have the coolest costume out of anyone at your Halloween party.

 

Join the National Trick or Treat Day Saturday Celebration

As the voice of the Halloween industry, the Halloween & Costume Association is dedicated to improving the Halloween experience for ALL, which is why we’re helping to promote the celebration of Halloween on the last Saturday of October! 

Instead of changing the date that American's celebrate Halloween, we will be adding an additional day of festivities in the hopes of bringing more people together. National Trick or Treat Day will take place annually on the last Saturday of October when Americans can participate in community parades, throw neighborhood parties and opt for daytime Trick or Treating.

Rather than condensing the holiday into a few short hours on a school night, battling both daylight and evening traffic, the initiative seeks to add a day of celebration on the last Saturday in October. In a partnership with Party City, we will launch the #ALLoween campaign designed to support the all-day celebration of National Trick or Treat Day AND the time-honored traditions of Halloween on October 31st. This would make for a safer, longer, and bigger celebration, the way it should be!

Click here to learn more about the benefits of celebrating National Trick or Treat Day on the last Saturday of October and sign the national petition now!

 

Halloween & Costume Calendar

Find all of this year’s Halloween festivals, parades, parties, and more with our blog’s Halloween & Costume Calendar. With a full list of events being held across the country, you can find an exhilarating and festive meet-up near you!

 

Throw a Wicked Party

Hosting a Halloween party can be a lot of pressure, but luckily, we have the Halloween party ideas you need to throw the ultimate get-together. No matter if your guests are five or fifty-five, our Halloween blog has you covered.

 

Contests

Join the fun and show the world your costume in one of our many fun contests! Win awesome prizes including cool new costumes, accessories, and plenty more!

 

Stay Up-To-Date with the Latest Halloween News & Trends

The Halloween & Costume Association is the leading authority for all things Halloween. With all the latest holiday buzz, contests, Halloween tips and tricks, and so much more, people from across the country are signing up with HCA for their Halloween and costume news.

Join the Saturday Movement and sign up for our email newsletter to make this and every Halloween the best it can possibly be.

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