Los Angeles families and celebrities are dusting off their Halloween costumes and gearing up for one of LA’s biggest family Halloween events, Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times’ 18th Annual Halloween Carnival presented by JAKKS Cares, the philanthropic arm of JAKKS Pacific, Inc.

The Carnival, which raises money for Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times, has grown exponentially over the last 17 years, raising more than $7 million through ticket sales for this annual event. Proceeds will help provide medically supervised year-round, cost-free sleep-away Camp programs for children with cancer and their families. Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times provides fun, friendships and a place to renew their spirits. For more than 28 years, Camp has been able to offer these services all through donations and fundraising events such as this.

Expected to attend this year’s event are Michael Chiklis, Tori Spelling, Alison Sweeney, Billy Bush, Samantha Harris and many more.

In addition to meeting and greeting celebrities, guests can enjoy rides, games, live music, film/cartoon characters, delectable food from some of LA’s top restaurants, a spooktacular costume contest and more than 10,000 toys and Disguise Halloween costumes as prizes from leading toymaker JAKKS Pacific. The Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times’ Annual Halloween Carnival promises to bring out the kid in all Angelenos.

Media sponsor, Clear Channel Radio, will be providing live entertainment during the carnival with special performances throughout the day on the 104.3 MYfm stage.

The event takes place in the Universal Studios Backlot, 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, on Sunday, October 24, from 12pm. Tickets and more info are available here.

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