UPDATE: 2020 Spring Scare Fair Postponed

Posted By on February 10, 2020

UPDATE (3/20/20): In compliance with CDC’s recommendations regarding crowd gathering during the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, the Spring Scare Fair will be POSTPONED to a later date to be announced soon. Please keep watching this site for updates.

A Halfway-to-Halloween celebration of all that is strange and unusual, OBX Entertainment presents the 2nd Annual Outer Banks Spring Scare Fair, coming to Mako’s in Kill Devil Hills this April, featuring spooky treats, creepy curiosities, monster photo ops, and more from a curated collection of local and visiting vendors.

The family friendly vendor show will include artists, authors, crafters, cosplayers, and more.

The Spring Scare Fair is happening on Saturday, April 18th, from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on a rescheduled date to be announced at Mako’s Beach Grille & Bar in Kill Devil Hills.

Admission to the Scare Fair is free to the public, and there will be several door prize drawings throughout the day.

Vendors interested in participating in the Spring Scare Fair can download the vendor application here, and then email it to OBX Entertainment at [email protected].

RSVP on Facebook here!

After dark at the Scare Fair, the Halfway-to-Halloween Costume Party will also take place on Saturday night, April 18th, at Mako’s, featuring a costume contest and scaryoke.

Mako’s Beach Grille & Bar is located at 1630 North Croatan Highway on the west side of the US 158 bypass in Kill Devil Hills.

The 2020 Spring Scare Fair is sponsored by the Outer Banks Visitors Bureau, Mako’s, and Halloween Daily News, presented by OBX Entertainment.


Posted by Matt Artz

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