ROCK HILL, SC – The 38th annual Boo Ha-Ha is back and will be staged in person! OTS Media and the Old Town Association are pleased to announce that plans are underway to host the annual Halloween festival in downtown Rock Hill at Fountain Park. Boo Ha-Ha, South Carolina’s largest FREE Halloween event, will culminate on Saturday, October 30th at Fountain Park in downtown Rock Hill from 11:00am until 1:00pm. For the first time, limited food and drinks will be available for sale at locations throughout the park.
The area will be decorated with pumpkins and over two dozen bigger-than-life inflatable creatures positioned throughout the Park. The day will include special costumed guests; the popular costume contests for ages 2 to 14 with cash and prizes; and trick-or-treating with candy and treats from over 30 OTS marketing partners . More details are on line at BooHaHaRockHill.com or can be heard on OTS stations WRHI FM-100.1, Interstate 107.1, 90s on 94.3 and 104.1 The Bridge.
The annual Halloween celebration was started in 1983 as a safe alternative to neighborhood Trick or Treating in Rock Hill and has grown every year since. OTS event coordinator Tyler Cupp stated “Because of Covid-19, the event is more important than ever to have in the community.” Rock Hill public service organizations interested in being a part of this year’s event can contact him at 803-324-1340. The 38th annual Boo Ha-Ha is the City’s only officially endorsed Halloween celebration.