Scenes from the Little Five Points Halloween Parade
Photo credit: Eric Cash
By Eric CashMonday October 21, 2013 12:02 pm EDT
The Little Five Points Halloween Parade invaded Little Five Points on Saturday. Thousands of costumed and non-costumed Atlantans lined the streets of one of the city's most eclectic neighborhoods as an hour-long parade of floats sponsored by local groups, businesses, and people rolled through L5P.
L5P Parade Slideshow
All photos by Eric Cash
Floats included everything from fun to scary to full-blown concerts as the annual Halloween parade took over Little Five Points.
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