A towering Batman, floats carrying costumed superheroes and villains, and real-life athletic hero Diana Nyad starred in the Fantasy Fest parade, the highlight of Key West’s 10-day costuming and masking festival that ends Sunday.
A wacky costume competition in Key West Wednesday evening featured some super hero pups and supernatural kitties.
What a sight to see on Sunday as thousands of eerily costumed zombies pedaled bicycles beside the Atlantic Ocean and through the streets of Key West during the fourth annual Zombie Bike Ride.
It’s that time of year again, time for the annual Fantasy Fest in Key West.
It’s time for grown men in masks & capes, women in body paint and cute little dogs in tutus to strut their stuff on Duval Street in Key West.
Endurance swimmer Diana Nyad, who became the first person to swim from Cuba to the Florida Keys without a shark cage earlier this month, has been selected to be this year’s Grand Marshal of Key West’s Captain Morgan Fantasy Fest Parade on October 26th.
After 10 days of masking and costuming madness that featured more than 40 different events, Sunday marked the end of Key West’s annual Fantasy Fest.
If you are planning on heading down the Key West for the final day of Fantasy Fest, you can expect delays.
With Key West clear of warnings and watches related to Hurricane Sandy, officials involved in the island’s annual Fantasy Fest costuming and masking festival have given the green light for events to continue.
Hurricane Sandy won’t rain on the parade of officials and organizers of Key West’s Fantasy Fest.