The City teamed up with the Lancaster Auto Mall and the AV MOPAR Club to present the inaugural Creepy Cruise Sunday.
The family-friendly event took place from 1 to 6 p.m. at the Lancaster Auto Mall and featured a car show with a wide variety of decorated vehicles, and trunk-or-treating from car to car.
“This event offers a safe, fun environment for children to trick-or-treat, while also providing entertainment for adults,” said Mayor R. Rex Parris in a statement about the event.
Children competed for various awards for best costume, while trophies were presented to the best-decorated vehicles in the car show.
“This is the first year and it’s going to be an annual event with the City of Lancaster,” said Tom Walsh of the AV MOPAR club. “We’re looking forward to an even bigger and better show next year.”
Walsh said about 50 cars took part in the car show; many of them were classic and vintage cars. There was a $20 entrance fee for each car to participate in the show. Proceeds from the event will go to benefit the Antelope Valley Domestic Violence Shelter. View more pictures from the event below.