Nothing screams Halloween weekend in Madtown like Freakfest and a home Badger football game.

Attendees of the festival included thousands of students from both the University of Wisconsin and other neighboring schools along with local community members. The concert-goers celebrated at the annual music festival in full costume to ring in the horror-filled holiday Saturday night on State Street.

There were performances throughout the night across three stages: WSUM / Ian’s Pizza Stage on Frances Street, Steve Brown Apartments 96.3 Country Star Stage and the Mountain Dew Capitol Stage on the Square. 

Here are some of the most memorable and unique costumes from Freakfest.

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Attendees of the home football game also collectively celebrated the spooky holiday. Here are some of the costumes that popped out from the crowd at Camp Randall.

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