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Four Things to do in Auburn for Fall Break

Four Things to do in Auburn for Fall Break

Fall break is right around the corner, and we could all use a little R&R.

If you haven’t made any crazy plans yet, check out what is happening right here in Auburn! You could save some money and spend some much-needed downtime in the Loveliest Village on The Plains!

Fall Sundown Concert Series at Kiesel Park

Start your fall break early at Kiesel Park! The local band ALABAMA AVENUE will be playing at the park on Thursday, Oct. 13, starting at 6 p.m. All you need is a blanket to sit on and a few snacks, and you’ll be good to go! Dogs are welcome on leashes, and the entire event is free! Visit here for more info.

Open Ropes Sponsored by AU Challenge Course

Take on a high ropes course, zip lines, and more at the Open Ropes event on Saturday, Oct. 15. There’s a $25 registration fee that covers the course activities! There are two time slots available — from 9-11 a.m., or from noon to 2 p.m. Space is limited, so make sure to register early. Invite your friends to join you! Here are all the details.

Fall Boogie at Standard Deluxe

Looking for live music, cool finds and awesome people? Fall Boogie is definitely for you. Fall Boogie at Standard Deluxe is a music and art festival with up to seven live music acts and local vendors serving food and selling merchandise!

The eclectic atmosphere will be a refreshing change of scenery from your usual Saturday game day here in Auburn. The festival starts at 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 15. Advance tickets are on sale now, but tickets will also be available at the gate or online the day of the festival. You can read more about Fall Boogie here!

Haunted Auburn Walking Tour

(Sponsored by Alabama Spectral Investigators.)

Get in the Halloween spirit with a walking tour around Auburn’s most haunted places. Tours are offered on Friday and Saturday nights throughout the month of October.

The tour guides and founders, John Poe and Brandon Stoker, have over 50 years of combined experience in the paranormal field, according to the Alabama Spectral Investigators website. The first tour of the evening starts at the two eagles by the Toomer Oaks at 6 p.m. and then the second tour departs at 8 p.m.!

Know of anything else happening in Auburn over the break? Let us know in the comments below!

Be well, Auburn.

Photography: Julia B.

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