Events at Prudential Center


October 30, 2016

Join us for a spooktacular day of fun the Sunday before Halloween! Parents, bring your children to trick-or-treat at over 50 participating stores and restaurants. Other activities include face painting, magic shows, and activities by New England Aquarium, JFK Library and Museum, The Freedom Trail Foundation, and much more.

Our nonprofit partner this year is Horizons for Homeless Children, whose mission is to help alleviate the trauma and stress of homelessness on both children and their families by providing world-class early education, vital opportunities for play, support for parents, and crucial advocacy on behalf of some of our most marginalized citizens.

PRU BOO is sponsored by Star Market.

This year, we are proud to support Teal Pumpkin Project by providing non-food items at many of our stores for trick-or-treating. Check the map day-of for a list of stores handing out these goodies!

Prudential Center, Center-wide! Activities will take place throughout the Center on the day of the event, so wear your walking shoes and wander around to experience all the spooky fun!

Sunday, October 30
11:00 AM-1:00 PM: Trick-or-Treating
1:30 PM: Kids Concert with Stacey Peasley(South Garden, weather permitting. Rain location: Belvidere Pavilion)

For a $4 donation to our nonprofit partner, Horizons for Homeless Children, your child gets a trick-or-treat bag to use for collecting candy at participating stores. You can purchase a bag starting October 1st at the Customer Service Desk and beat the crowd, or come early on the day of the event as bag sales start at 9:00 AM. Visit the check-in areas in Center Court or by Under Armour to make your donation, get a trick-or-treat bag and pick up a map of activities.

Activities include:
-Trick-or-Treat (11:00 AM-1:00 PM)
-Face Painting
-Magic Shows
-Kids Concert with Stacey Peasley
-Children's activities, details to come!

Parking for the day will be $16. Pick up a discounted parking pass on the day of the event at one of the check-in stations.

The Shops at the Prudential Center