There are a lot of Halloween happenings this time year, but the one must-do Halloween activity is Redmoon’s Skelebration.
This fall, Redmoon’s family event Skelebration, which debuted with great success last year, returns for its second annual installment of experiential exploration. Redmoon invites families into its otherworldly playground inside its Pilsen home for a re-invention of the seasonal rituals of Halloween.
Creativity, imagination and a sense of adventure are celebrated with interactive experiences, immersive encounters, creative snacks and imaginative music. Experience The Celestial Swing, The UFO Carousel, “Cartoon Adventure,” a mini movie theater with five original short animated films, families can “picnic” in The Man-Made Lago, “Fired Up,” Redmoon’s newest carnival game and “The Nest,” Redmoon’s frightening attic maze.
The lights were at a gentle level, as I was worried it might be too dark and immediately turn my kids away. Instead they were immediately mesmerized by the beautiful creations and unique characters. Really never have we experienced an afternoon quite like this.
My kids do get scared, but were not here. The skeletons were kind and smiled doing their best to keep kids having fun. There were no crying kids, only adults and little ones both in awe of the public art form that is equal parts pageantry, gadgetry, puppetry, robust physical performance and visual art.
Next weekend is the last weekend Saturday and Sunday, October 25 – 26 for Redmoon’s Skelebration. It is located in At Redmoon’s Pilsen home, 2120 S. Jefferson Street and free parking is available.
Trust me on this one. Buy tickets for your family to enjoy Skelebration and you will be grateful you were able to experience the creativity, imagination and fun of Halloween.
Have you ever experienced Redmoon?
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