Every year on Halloween, the skaters of Portland, Ore., throw a big birthday party for Burnside Skatepark. Things get weird. But if your idea of a good time involves obscene getups, loud music and chaotic skateboarding awash in adult beverages, it’s definitely worth the trip.
This year, party planners promise a blowout of epic proportions. After all, Burnside is turning 20. And to toast the occasion, one of the park’s originals, Mark “Red” Scott, president of Dreamland Skateparks, is planning a backbreaking homage to the deepest Burnside tradition. Red is volunteering his time to add a new feature to the park.
Read more at ESPN.com: Burnside turns 20.