It's a little hard to explain, but in a nutshell, each Halloween local puppeteers, artists, musicians, performers, and volunteers spend three months putting together a performance celebrating the changing of the season and remembering loved ones lost.
Is held on the St. Paul side of the river front, south of Minnehaha Falls. It's all outdoors, with straw bales for seating and the night sky for added ambiance.
This was a sight to behold and pleasant music for the ears. I tried my best with the pictures, but I'd highly recommend going instead.
|Nothing like a little fire on a Saturday night...|
|This was a portion "in the deep sea", with the little bit of light only coming from those creatures that made it themselves - it was really cool|
|Do you see the man in there?|
|There's two men in the Triceratops|
|Yeah, they kind of fought each other|
|These guys were maybe 8-12' tall, on stilts, on uneven ground|
|Can you make out the stag? Kinda?|
You can learn more about attending or being involved HERE.