Photos: KEXP’s Halloween Kids Dance Party

photo by Brittney Bollay

Last Sunday, KEXP treated dozens of families to a fun-filled afternoon at the Tractor Tavern in Ballard. At this year’s Halloween Kids Dance Party, KEXP DJs and volunteers helped kids craft tissue ghosts, hand puppets, and straw dolls.

DJ Sean Morrow, dressed as David Byrne from Talking Heads’ Stop Making Sense, helps kids make hand puppets. Photo by Brittney Bollay.

photo by Morgen Schuler

photo by Brittney Bollay

photo by Brittney Bollay

photo by Morgen Schuler

photo by Brittney Bollay

photo by Morgen Schuler

After a few hours of dancing to the DJ stylings of Darek Mazzone and Larry Rose, the children paraded down the streets of Ballard to Cupcake Royale, led by Grand Marshall DJ El Toro, host John Richards, and the Ballard High School Marching Band.

DJ El Toro leads the way to Cupcake Royale. Photo by Brittney Bollay

The parade ends outside Cupcake Royale on NW Market St. Photo by Morgen Schuler.

Check out more photos here.

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