The guy who founded the Village Halloween Parade may be boycotting it this year ("It just isn’t the same"), but that's not going to stop you from donning your finest Harley Quinn and/or Eleven and/or David S. Pumpkins costume (these are the only options) and heading down for the annual night of reasonably slow walking. If it was good enough for Lou Reed, it's good enough for you. Here's everything you need to know about where to head later, and where you won't be able to get past.

The following streets will be closed for the parade between 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. Monday evening:

Formation:
6th Avenue between Spring Street and Canal Street
Dominic Street between Varick Street and 6th Avenue
Sullivan Street between 6th Avenue and Spring Street
Broome Street between Sullivan Street and Varick Street
Spring Street between Varick Street and 6th Avenue

Route:
6th Avenue between Spring Street and W. 16th Street

Dispersal:
West 16th Street between 5th Avenue and 7th Avenue
West 17th Street between 5th Avenue and 7th Avenue
West 18th Street between 5th Avenue and 7th Avenue
6th Avenue between West 16th Street and West 18th Street

Ah, but that isn't the only Halloween parade game in town. The Park Slope Halloween Parade is also taking place tonight—and Mayor de Blasio will be there for it! The following streets will be closed from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.:

14th Street between 8th Avenue and 7th Avenue
7th Avenue between 14th Street and 3rd Street
3rd Street between 7th Avenue and 5th Avenue

If you're still trying to come up with a last minute costume idea, we encourage you to peruse the costumes we saw out and about on Saturday night, or last year's parade photos. You could also take a cue from celebrities:

Eleven wait up it's me!

A video posted by @amyschumer on

Or you could look to the MTA for costumspiration:

Or you could be a hero: