A nighttime version of the parade will start June 18, 2011, and run around 9:00pm (sunset) until early August.
It was directed and written by Sherri-Lynn Draper.
Among the 11 floats are be one of Count von Count's castle, adorned with gargoyles, replacing the Count's pipe organ, and another for Elmo, featuring his stuffed toy Baby David and goldfish Dorothy. Abby Cadabby is featured on her own float; and Cookie Monster appears in a float shaped like a giant cookie jar. The parade also features the debut of Murray Monster as a walk-around character.
Jon Baker composed music for the parade.
- "Walk This Way"
- "No Matter What Your Language"
- "Count It Higher"
- "Move Your Body" (Hi-5)
- "Jump" (Flo Rida)/"Apache [Jump On It]" (Sugarhill Gang)
The Neighborhood Street Party Halloween Parade
As part of The Count's Halloween Spooktacular, the parade transforms into a Halloween parade during the month of October and features floats and music for the season. Many of the walk-around characters also appear in Halloween costumes for the parade (such as Elmo as an astronaut, Rosita as Little Red Riding Hood, Bert and Ernie as pirates, Abby Cadabby as a princess, Zoe as a witch, Grover as Super Grover, and Telly as Indiana Jones).
- "Meet Me on Sesame Street" sung by the cast
- Medley: "Halloween Rules!"/"Knock Knock, Trick Or Treat?"/"Scary Song (Scared)" sung by Big Bird and the cast
- "Ghostbusters" / "10 Little Ghosties" sung by Count von Count
- "Do You Belive in Magic" sung by Abby Cadabby
- "Jack O' Lantern Jump" by Grover and the cast
- "This is Halloween" (from The Nightmare Before Christmas) sung by Murray and Telly
- Dance break: "The Munsters Theme" (instrumental)
- "Things That Go Bump in the Night" sung by Murray, Grover and Abby
- "I Want Candy" sung by Elmo and the cast
- "Meet Me on Sesame Street (reprise)" sung by the cast