Ft. Lauderdale Fall Festivals

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If you’re looking for something to do in Fort Lauderdale, look no further than this list of Fort Lauderdale fall festivals and events. Not all of the things on this list are strictly festivals, but there’s a variety of things to do in Fort Lauderdale this fall, and this list captures quite a few of them! If you’re looking for parking in Fort Lauderdale, check out On Air Parking for their city parking rates – and if you’re flying in from elsewhere in the United States, check out their airport parking rates!

Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show

Commonly just called FLIBS, the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show runs from October 25th to October 29th, and has been running annually for 64 years! There are a variety of reasons to visit FLIBS while it’s going on, including but not limited to: you can visit the convention center; there are seminars and fishing clinics; you can attend as a Windward VIP; you can go to the Superyacht Village; you can also visit the Aquazone; and there’s a ton of food! FLIBS also has information on sustainability. If you’re interested, tickets are available online for purchase here.

Nightmare Village

If you’re looking to get spooky with the ghouls and ghosts, you can visit Nightmare Village, presented by Xtreme Action Park. This event includes two haunted houses – The Seventh Gate, and Carnival of Carnage. This event is not recommended for children under thirteen, so please keep that in mind when planning to go! This event is available starting October 14th and ends October 31st. Tickets are $35 if purchased online, $40 at the door, and $25 for a kid-friendly haunt available October 28th from noon to 3pm.

Tree Tops Park

As South Florida’s only haunted trail, Tree Tops Park is a popular go-to for those looking for thrills and chills around Halloween time. This event happens daily from October 13th to October 31st, so it’s perfect for tourists and Florida residents alike. It features 500,000 square feet of natural forest, live music, a chef-curated menu, and even themed cocktails! There’s select dates with a Twilight Trail for families with kiddos who want a not-so-scary experience but still want to be part of the event. You can check out the website and tickets here. General admission tickets run from $45-$60, with R.I.P admission costing $99-$120, and the Twilight Trails being about $15. The Twilight Trails are available October 21st, October 28th, and October 29th.

Light Up Lauderdale

The holiday season begins with the “Get Lit” event in Fort Lauderdale, which takes place on November 9th at 5:30pm and ends at 8:30pm. The last fall event of the season includes holiday performances, crafts, Santa, and more, and is one of the best things for families, couples, and solo travelers to do in Fort Lauderdale to get into the holiday mood. There’s no charge for this, although vendors may charge for their booths. You can take a look at the event flyer here

It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for frightful delights, or if you’re looking for something more laid back, Fort Lauderdale has it all this fall and holiday season. You can check out parking in Fort Lauderdale with On Air Parking, and guarantee you get the cheapest rate. Questions? Feel free to reach out to OAP’s customer service Monday through Friday, 10am to 7pm ET, by calling 888-487-2754, or texting 424-532-8940. You can also email them at hello@noson.io

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