October 28 & 29, 2016
Friday: 11am – 8pm
Saturday: 9am – 4pm
Shopko Hall – 1901 S. Oneida Street, Green Bay
Join us at Shopko Sweet Street! This event is one of the largest and most popular Halloween events in Northeast Wisconsin. Shopko Sweet Street provides safe and controlled trick-or-treating and activities for children.
Tickets at the Door: $6 (ticket needed for anyone over the age of 2)
Save $1 per ticket by purchasing in advance at Green Bay Area Shopko Stores (Green Bay West, Green Bay East, Ashwaubenon, De Pere, Suamico, Ledgeview Express, & Suamico Express), the Resch Center Ticket Star box office or online today!
Children under 2 year old are free but do not receive candy at the trick or treat houses (although you may purchase a ticket for them to go trick or treating)
2016 Details Below*
RETURNING: Those participating in Aurora Baycare’s Spooky Sprint will be able to attendee Sweet Street with their complimentary ticket provided in their race registration packet!
Your admission includes access to:
PEANUT FREE candy handed out to mini ghosts and goblins trick-or-treating in the longer Shopko Sweet Street.
Live music and dance performances all day long on the entertainment stage!
Any entire building of activities including
- Hairspray Station from Empire Beauty School
- Zombie Escape Corner from Blaster Battles
- Young Scientist Corner provided by the St. Norbert’s Chemistry & Physics Clubs (closed until 4pm Friday due to college classes)
- Patrick’s Funny Farm Petting Zoo
- Self-defense lessons from Herb Blue’s
- Box Maze from Two Men & A Truck
- Football Toss from Blizzard’s Football
- Keep Spriggy Safe from Kohl’s Cares’
- AND MORE!
Costume contest Saturday
- Judging from 10AM-10:45AM
- Winner will be announced on the entertainment stage at 11:30AM
Thank you to our Sponsors: Shopko, Kohl’s Cares, Kaminski Dental, Ambrosia Studios, Green Bay Packers, Grazies Italian Grill, Green Bay 7-Up Bottling, Reinhart Foodservice, Massart Chiropractic, let’s go mommy, School House, Green Bay Gamblers, and KinderCare
*Activities and entertainment subject to change