The 10-day Fantasy Fest costuming and masking festival is ending in Key West following its highlight, late-night parade featuring grand marshals who pioneered the Florida Keys’ fight for marriage equality.
Thousands of costumed revelers promenaded through Key West’s historic Old Town Friday during the offbeat Masquerade March that began at the city cemetery.
The Fantasy Fest Street Fair is in full swing on Key West’s famed Duval Street, and revelers are prepping and primping for Friday evening’s Masquerade March as a rain-producing weather system moves away from South Florida and the Keys.
Organizers of Key West’s annual costuming and masking festival say Fantasy Fest is continuing despite a short-term weather forecast that currently projects high chances of rainfall through Friday morning.
Zombies could be seen around Key West Sunday and they were pedaling bicycles.
Two Key West men leading the fight for same-sex marriage equality in the Florida Keys have been chosen as this year’s grand marshals of the city’s annual Fantasy Fest.
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.