Watford Market will host a special evening of fa-boo-lous fun this Halloween.
Market Lates is returning to the town centre on Friday 29 October from 5.30pm to 10pm.
The Halloween inspired event will feature a night of entertainment, popular food stalls and bars.
Visitors are being encouraged to wear fancy dress as they soak up live music and eat tasty treats, under festoon and lanterns.
This month’s Halloween themed night follows the success of the first Market Lates event organised by Watford Borough Council and Market Asset Management in September – where over 600 people attended.
Attendees will have the chance to sample Caribbean, Asian as well as Korean street food.
The Halloween event also includes craft beer, a wine bar and fun photo opportunities.
Elected Mayor of Watford, Peter Taylor, said: “After the success of the first event, lots of people have been asking me when will this be happening again and I am thrilled to announce the date of the ‘Halloween Market Lates Special’ on 29 October, which is the next in a line of exciting events, laid on by the council and Market Asset Management, for Watford Market.
“We cannot wait to put on this event to give residents an exciting Halloween experience whilst celebrating what our market has to offer.”
Market Lates aims to support Watford’s economy by promoting local businesses, along with celebrating the town’s artistic talent.
After the success of the pilot event in September, organisers are now arranging various night markets that will take place over the next 12 months – including a Christmas Special on Friday 3 December.
Entry to Market Lates is free. For further details visit: www.watfordmarket.co.uk/events