BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — A Halloween parade is making a return to downtown Baton Rouge.

The Fifolet Halloween Parade is set to hit the streets at 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 28. The parade is part of a Halloween festival that includes a 5K walk, pub crawl, art market, costume ball, and awards brunch.

The parade is set to start on Government Street, head down River Road, turn right onto Convention Street, turn left on N. 7th Street, turn left on Main Street, turn left down N. 5th Street then turn right on Laurel Street, and the parade ends at the intersection of River Road and Laurel Street.

To be part of the parade, registration is required. The organizer said participants are not required to be a member of the organization. Click here to register as a participant. The final day to register is Tuesday, Oct. 24.

The entry cost for floats is $500, marching/dancing/bicycle groups is $250, individual float rider is $150, personal vehicles is $50, and walkers in costumes is $20.

The group asked that plastic beads are not thrown. Individually-wrapped candy, personalized, and recycled items are preferred.