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on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, tens of thousands of people about to flood into golden gate park. outside lands is back in a matter of hours. >> a celebration of having a festival in our city and being able to celebrate the best parts. live to the east bay, halloween weekend is here and kids are ready to trick or treat like it is 2019 but the reminder from doctors, be covid conscious. you can have fun while staying safe. warning in the north bay, watch for mountain lions, back to back sightings over the past couple weeks. good morning. it is friday october 29.
i am anne makovec in for len. >> i am amanda starrantino. we are waking up to a weekend the bay area has been waiting for all year from outside lands to nervous parents ready to take their kids trick or treating again. we have live team coverage with what you need to know on this busy weekend. we begin with justin andrews and final preps underway for outside lands. it's a little early but this is going to change dramatically, the scene behind you, in a few hours. >> reporter: absolutely. it is early, so early we can't even get inside the gates. but the fencing, oh yeah, it's right behind me, a clear sign that they are ready to welcome the festival goers. it was canceled last year because of covid concerns. it's a good line up. the feival isold out, expecting about 70,000 each day. we are talking today, tomorrow, sunday. if you are inthis area this
weekend, have some patience. there are new vendors, almost 40 additions to the food options. a lot of them say the industry needs it because they need extra support because many were shut down because of covid. line up is huge with vampire weekend, lizzo, glass animals, young thug and a lot more performances. people who live in the neighborhood and have been for decades, they say they are ready for the festival to be back. >> it's a lot of joy after a long time of being cooped up. >> it's a 72 hour exciting event. obviously there is a trade off with not having park access but i think it is an important trade off. >> reporter: there were fears with the rainfalls last week. they thought it would basically dampen the festival. but they are ready to get things underway and ready to
have a good weekend. it all kicks off today. >> sounds like fun. thanks. let's turn to mary lee with the weekend weather. are the festival goers going to have a bundle up or will they be able to dress however they want this. you can dress however you want but i think it will be good to bring that jacket because you will likely need it. tonight, low 60s, partly cloudy and breezy. saturday and sunday, upper 50s. so it gets chillier for halloween as well. it is still looking good for our weekend ahead as we look to today. we are going to see at least partly cloudy skies, more clouds streaming in, temperatures slightly cooler compared to yesterday but mild and pleasant, around where we should be. mid to upper 60s around the bay, highs inland in the low to mid 70s this afternoon. we'll talk more about what you can expect for that weekend forecast. let's check with gianna for a look at traffic and how to
navigate our busy weekend. >> if you are not going to outside lands, stay awith a from golden gate park. it will be busy with a lot of closures. street closures will be in effect for parts of sun set as you work near godden gate park. closures will be in effect, shut down through the weekend. bikes have access to limited areas. parking will be limited. using public transit is probably the easiest way to get to outside lands. extra and express service, take bart and transfer to muni. that will get you into san francisco. ride share and buses. if you plan on sharing ride, northside of irving is where pick up and drop offs are. a lot of folks will be headed out there this weekend. plus you have halloween as well. pack your patience if you are headed to outside lands. it is halloween and experts say it is safe for kids to trick or treat as long as you
keep covid in mind. >> joycelyn moran is live at a house that's decorated for the little ghouls and goblins. they've already got this halloween party started, a little bit of a monster mash over there. >> that's right. that happens here now. it's dark, sun isn't up yet. i am a little bit spooked. i will show you some of the decorations. you have some skeletons on that table. then you move to our left and you've got frankenstein, a couple pumpkins. it's a bit spooky but i want to show you our friend. let's see if it works this time. there you go. a little bit spooky out here. take a look at some of the video from last night. that is monster mash dance party that families can participate in. if you didn't get a chance last night, you have a chance tonight and tomorrow night on
nadine street. but again, those covid safety measures are going to be import for onheexpes to stay much as poible. again that's because kids as we know are not yet eligible to get the vaccine. second, make sure you are wearing face coverings if you are trick or treating and especially if you are handing out candy. listen to what the health expert had to say. >> there is no way to predict density of children who are going to come together and there is no way to know which households they're approaching whether or not those adults are vaccinated or unvaccinated. >> reporter: we know for many costumes for kids, they come with those spooky masks but health experts say that is not a substitute for face coverings that protect you. make sure you have those with you as well. in 30 minutes we will share more tips from health experts to keep you, your kids, and
your family safe. >> i am sure a bunch of parents wis to inorthe best of it. sounds good. thanks. have fun with your friends out there. see you in a half hour. two high schools in sonoma are shut down because of a threat on social media. classes and activities are canceled at laguna after administrators reported a specific threat made via social media. they are closing out of abundance of caution. we are a step closer to cdc making official recommendation for kids ages 5 to 11 to get vaccinated. that's expected next week. santa clara's department of public health is offering prizes for youth who make videos encouraging you to get a shot. it is called 2021vax up video contest. anyone in grades 6 through 12 at schools in the county are
asked to create videos encouraging peers to get vaccinated and post on instagram and tiktok. winners get cash prizes, co $5for ac until november 15. >> only thing that works better than peer pressure is money. live to oakland, one of the places starting monday, indoor mask rules are easing with covid cases declining. alameda says masks will no longer be required in certain indoor settings where everybody is fully vaccinated. that includes offices, gyms, fitness centers, employee commuter vehicles, indoor religious gatherings if there are 100 people or fewer. nearly 2,000 mental healthcare professionals at kaiser voted to authorize a strike. union says the vote came after kaiser rejected proposals to ease caseloads for psychologists, therapists, social workers. they say they need greater staffing to abide by state law
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than trick or treat this weekend, you have options. another sierra resort announced its earliest opening in a decade. call to action by most we are looking at slightly cooler temperatures for today but still mild and pleasant across the bay area. that all important weekend forecast is coming up. >> as we look at the roadways, you see the line of red on my mapping system. when i heard about the science behind the new sensodyne repair and protect with deep repair i was super excited about it. it shows that the toothpaste goes deep inside the exposed dentin to help repair sensitive teeth. life is just too short to miss out on simple things like drinking that cold cup of water or having a sip of hot coffee. i have the science to prove it, i can see that it works and i feel confident recommending it to my patients. i'm really excited to recommend new sensodyne repair and protect with deep repair.
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49ers president. host cities in u.s., canada, and mexico will be chosen early next year. we'll see what happens. also today if you are planning to hit the slopes, you have a few options. boreal is the latest to announce opening today after last week's bomb cyclone. palasades, tahoe, mammoth are also opening. the chance of more snow next week. yes, tracking two weather systems for next week that will bring rain in the bay area and snow up in the sierra. it is so great to have the ski resorts opening earlier because remember how dismal it was last year. picking up three feet of snow with our last historic storm system over the weekend and more to come. nothing like we just saw but we are looking at weather systems next week. a live look with our mark hopkins hotel cam, beautiful view with mainly clear skies
this morning. some locations are dealing with dense fog. i will show you this in a moment. we are in the 50s as we start our day, dense fog for portions of the north bay and coast. a quarter mile in fairfield, petaluma. near zero at month and visit moon bay. here is what to expect if you are getting for work, school, about to head out the door and take a walk, mild conditions, a few clouds streaming in d cooler for us, clouds for our weekend saturday and for sunday for halloween. it does look great by cooler. rain returns next monday and again for next thursday. here is what you can expect. today, slightly cooler but still we are looking at pleasant conditions for your friday. as we look to saturday, we are going to see more clouds, cooler conditionsment there is a slight chance to see a few showers for parts of the north bay and coast for your saturday. i think the bigger weather story for our weekend will be the cooler temperatures.
futurecast, taking you hour by hour, clouds streaming in. here we go for saturday with the clouds, cooler temperatures as well as for sunday for halloween. sunrise at 7:32 and sun set at 6:13. checking daytime highs, low 60s along the coast. peninsula, low 70s, san mateo70, 73 santa clara, 74 san jose. inland east bay, 73 concord, 72 pleasant hill, 73 tri valley and livermore, dublin, pleasanton. around the bay 67 for san francisco, alameda, 68 oakland and san leandro. north bay, upper 60s to low 70s, 73 for napa valley and 72 for ukiah. halloween forecast for sunday evening. it's going to be a chilly one but dry. mainly cloudy skies along the coast, upper 50s around the bay and low 60s inland for the halloween evening forecast. seven-day forecast san francisco, oakland, san jose looking at the clouds for your
saturday. cooler for the weekend, rain chances monday and thursday next week. inland east bay, north bay, coast, you see the chance to see a sprinkle or two north bay and coast saturday, cooler sunday but paere with rain cha picking up next monday and next thursday. let's check with gianna for the friday morning commute. i know you are tracking a new crash. getting busier, crash along 37 as well as one in the south bay. west bound 37 as you work getting out of the vallejo area onto 37 near sacramento street, a trouble spot with a couple cars tangled up. it is slow as you approach the area. all the activity is to the shoulder but causing a bit of a distraction. north bound 101 at 237, a crash involving a garbage truck. it looks like everything is to the side of the road way, chp headed to the scene. we are seeing a lot of green on censors so not a lot of delays. it is friday, good news there. we are tracking brake lights
into altamont 38 minutes 205 towards 680. bay bridge upper deck, brake lights into san francisco. heads up golden gate park is busy for outside lands, all roads west of park and cross over drive are closed. plan for that. busy ride at the bay bridge. golden gate bridge will see extra busy conditions. plus it is halloween so we are having fall fun. send your pictures and tag us at kpix. here is a cute little witch and skeleton. if you are driving sunday for trick or treaters, drive slowly in neighborhoods and watch for children crossing the street. carry a flash light or glow stick. it's puppies too. this is leah and stella also known as lilo and stitch. you might cognize guys amanda. these are your two cuties. happy halloween and be safe as
new, a lot to look forward to this halloween weekend. >> who better to gi us the low down than our friend liam. he is already ready for halloween. >> ready to go. >> costume takes explaining though. >> i will get to it. but i am ready to take a vacation. tgif, happy halloween. a couple cool halloween movies in a first. let's talk music at the beach. it's taking a step back in time everybody. that's big brother at the
holding company, janice joplin's former band headlining a new kind of concert experience this weekend in santa cruz. live music is back but in this new way. dream inn there will feature a live vertical concert. what's that? you will be watching from your hotel balcony. big brother tonight, tomorrow night, american rock band pablo cruz both with a safe socially distant concert live from the pool deck with incredible views of monterey bay. have fun. >> it's just a jump to the left. >> yes, it is. a jump to the left and another one to the right. yes, friends, the movie theater on the russian river, that's the place to be this weekend on the big screen. that classic right there, rocky horror picture show, show time saturday at 7:00. david lock hart and family have revamped the theater. a lot more. cover band,
get tickets via mont rio theater.com. here is your halloween movie. last night in london, a ghost story, tells story of a young woman obsessed with music and style of 1960s london and travels there to study fashion. she finds her dreams filled with escapades of another woman sandy who went in the '60s seeking romance and stardom. dreams become a nightmare and there you have it, friends, that is your halloween movie for the weekend. one other thing i have to mention. this weekend, fair mont hotel is costing hallo queen. sunday, it's the place to be. if you are in outside lands, have fun. if you are taking a vacation, enjoy. ladies, full list at kpix.com. this is all i've got.
aloha, i am off to miami. see yothe airport. >> ready togo. thank you. >> have a great one. cheers. >> cheers. 6:24. in our next half hour on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. >> with halloween creeping closer parents are wondering if it is safe to go door to door. we are live from alameda with advice from doctors and how you can make most of the holiday while staying safe. >> reporter: outside lands making a come back. i am
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with emergen-c. are your morning headlines. today is the day outside lands is back in golden gate park, 70,000 people are expected to attend each day. the festival is sold out. a pitch for world cup soccer in the bay area. officials with soccer's international governing body fifa will be here. they'll tour levi stadium, potential site for part of the 2026 world cup. with covid cases declining, alameda says starting monday masks will no longer be required in certain indoor settings where everyone is fully vaccinated including offices, gyms, fitness centers,
employee commuter vehicles, indoor religious gatherings if there are 100 people or fewer. good morning. it is 6:29, october 29, halloween weekend. i am amanda starrantino. >> i am anne makovec in for len. it will be a busy weekend from outside lands to trick or treating, we have live team coverage all morning. >> mary and gianna have your holiday forecast. first we begin with justin andrews live at golden gate park ahead of the return of outside lands. it's quiet now but things will change soon. >> reporter: it certainly is. they didn't even think this would go on even last week because we saw a lot of rainfall with the storm. but they got everything in place including these fences. this is a clear sign they are ready to welcome back festival goers at golden gate park. all six stages are set across the park and organizers say the festival is sold out. this morning i did checking thanks to anne and there are
tickets on vivintseats.com, $44. that's not bad. we've got lizzo, glass animals, young thug and a whole lot more artists that will be hitting the stage. there are about 40 new food vendors. many of them can use some extra cash since some were basically closed and still recovering from the pandemic's financial falls. >> we are supporting local restaurants who have had an incredibly difficult last year and a half through covid. best thing anyone can do is buy some of the food and enjoy it. >> a celebration of having a festival in our city and being able to celebrate the best parts. >> reporter: we have a guide to help you this weekend on kpix.com. meteorologist mary lee, you have been looking at the weather. what do we need to prepare for? should we bring a light jacket? i think you will need that
jacket. we are looking at chilly conditions, cool as we look to tonight if you are heading to outside lands at golden gate park. we are looking at low 60s with partly cloudy skies and breezy conditions. saturday it does get cooler with upper 50s and mostly cloudy skies and even cooler still for halloween, mid to upper 50s with mainly cloudy skies. but it should be great if you are heading out. i know i am super excited about it. let's talk about daytime highs, around where we should be for this time of year, slightly cooler compared to yesterday but we are talking 60s and 70s. a few more clouds today, low 60s along the coast. around the bay mid to upper 60s. peninsula, upper 60s to low 70s, inland, low to mid 70s. we'll talk more about the forecast but for now let's check with gianna. if people are heading to outside lands, how can they navigate the roadways. it is probably not a good
idea to drive. a lot of closures will be in effect. public transit will be your best bet. roads west are shut down. sun set is closed between irving and martin luther king jr drive. you will see bikes only have limited access and parking is limited. muni, extra and express service will be available. you can take bart, transfer to muni ride share and buses. northside of irving are where the drop offs and pickups are for lyft, uber. just plan ahead. it will be very busy and a lot of people will be heading into san francisco. >> ♪ just dance. >> a monster mash. >> experts say it is safe to go trick or treating and celebrate halloween as long as it is done safely. >> joycelyn moran is live in livermore at a house that's all
ready to go for halloween. the party has already started there. >> reporter: that's right. they're definitely in the halloween spirit. you can look at the skeletons behind me at this table. behind me you the slight very much in spirit. let's take a look at my friend. yeah, lighting up in all green, spooky. now there is going to be a monster mash dance party. we'll tell you about that in a couple seconds. first let's talk about safety measures health experts are recommending. take a look at what american academy of pediatrics says. it can recommend trick or treating to small groups, waiting turn to avoid large clusters and of course practicing good hygiene. health experts recommend avoiding indoor parties and staying outdoors because as we know many kids are not eligible to get their vaccine.
>> it is not safe to hold an indoor party with a large number of children unmasked. i think not offering food and drink indoors is critically important to keep any type of indoor gathering safe. >> reporter: the house we are at, this was their outdoor monster mash party last night. they'll be doing it tonight and tomorrow starting at 7:00. health experts recommend you wear face coverings request you are trick or treating and especially if you are handing out candy. joycelyn moran, kpix5. >> hope you stay amiable with those friends behind you. >> a little spooky over there. thank you. happening today, vaccination deadline looms for firefighters and police officers in new york city. under a mandate from the mayor they must be vaccinated by 5:00 p.m. or go on unpaid leave.
union says as much as 20% of fire companies could close. police force could be affected. about a quarter of officers still have not gotten the shot. scary moments at l.a.x., reports of active shooter grounded flights and sent hundreds of travelers running out of the terminal and on to the tarmac last night. airport officials got a report of somebody with a gun in terminal one around 7:30. no shots were fired and no weapons were recovered. one person was detained but haven't given out more information on the person. airport operations are now back to normal. that incident comes 24 hours after an attack on a flight attendant in mid air. a live look at sfo, there is now a call for the most powerful transportation agency in the country to take action. the suspect attacked an american airlines flight attendant wednesday. that person is now banned from the airline. he punched her twice and broke her nose.
the association of professional flight attendants wants faa and department of transportation to not only prosecute violators but ban unruly passengers from every airline. >> we need passengers to feel safe on board aircraft whether that is with the virus or whether that is with knowing it is going to be safe and they're not going to be attacked or witness an attack that puts the airplane in jeopardy at 35,000 feet. >> the association of flight attendants found that 85% of the 5,000 flight attendants surveyed this summer reported they had dealt with unruly passengers this year alone. new, president biden met with pope francis at the vatican and photos show the two clasping hands and exchanging gifts. they reportedly talked one on one for about 75 minutes which is unusually long for audience with the pontiff. the white house says they covered issues of common interest like effort to end the
pandemic, tackle climate change, relieve poverty. before flying the president made a visit to capitol hill, hoped to secure a deal to pass two bills that together cover infrastructure, climate change, childcare and more but democrats are putting final touches on the president's $1.75 trillion about build back better agenda. >> we understand it is 90% written. the 10% should be quick to put together based on the framework that the president gave us. >> it is not clear if the framework has support of two moderate senators. kristin cinema and joe manchin. he was hoping for monday when he heads to scotland for a united summit. a briefing before next week's summit called cop 26. they'll talk about what they hope to achieve at the global gathering. repair work underway for san francisco's tallest tower. coming up, why an engineering
consultant believes it is time to put the brakes on the project. a historic bay area concert venue on the market this morning. what does it mean for the building? details, next. stock market opened up just about nine minutes ago. dow is up this friday morning about 45 points. elise preston will break down the numbers for us right after the break. good morning. ahead, facebook announces its rebranding and will be i drop off and pick up my kids from school so, i can't work early. or late. and i need to make enough to make it worthwhile.
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met today surged in over night trading but wasn't the newly rebranded facebook. it's a canadian firm called meta materials as opposed to the new called meta platforms. it saw a 32% spike in value but gains haven't lasted since the market opened. money watch. elise preston is joining us live from the new york stock exchange this morning. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. trading has been underway for a little more than ten minutes and we are pretty mixed. dow is up about 30 points. nasdaq is down as well as s&p 500. two tech giants delivered
disappointing third quarter earnings reports. amazon shares dropped 4% after hours trading. the company lowered its expectations for the holiday season. meanwhile, shares of apple dipped 3% after hours. ceo tim cook says supply chain crunch is costing the company $6 billion. >> thanks so much. limited work on a fix for san francisco's millennium tower has restarted but a structural engineer is casting doubt on whether the whole project is safe. in 2017, concerned unit owners hired david williams as consultant after learning the building sunk more than a foot and was leaning to the northwest. he said the floor of the basement exposed what appeared to be a serious problem. it was dipping in the middle, something referred to as dishing. >> dishing of the floor which is the dishing of the mat, ten foot thick mat, was significant, clearly it had
been distressed when they start jacking. then they're doing a load redistribution and are really dependent on the integrity of the existing structure. >> williams says current perimeter pile upgrade may run into trouble when new piles anchored to bedroom rowling connected to the building's weakened foundation. he hopes foundation issues will be discussed when supervisors hold hearings ortiz project next week. we have been digging into problems at the millennium tower. you can see original reporting on our website kpix.com. live to san francisco now where one historic concert venue is on the market. the city's regency ball room has been listed for sale or lease. potential buyers can choose between maintaining 65,000 square foot concert venue or transforming into a residential or office space. the building first opened in 1909 as a scottish temple and transformed to a movie theater in 1966.
it's been used as a banquet hall and dance studio. you will have to leave the asking price up to your imagination. none is listed. new, merriam webster added 455 new words and phrases to the dictionary. >> there are plenty covid related entries including break through as in break through cases or infection, super spreader as in super spreader events. >> online culture and communication, tbh for to be honest. ftw means for the win. also making the list, dad bod. i was looking at the list. here is another one that can give you breakfast inspiration, fluffer nother. >> fluffy peanut butter? >> white bread and marshmallow fluff and peanut butter. >> is this made up? that can be taken in so many ways.
>> get your mind out of the gutter. let's talk about our weather this morning. we are looking at mainly clear skies as we start our day. it's going to be a beautiful day and as we look to our afternoon, we will see more cloud stream in, slightly cooler today but still a nice day. such a pretty view with mainly clear skies. temperatures this morning are in the 50s as we start our day. we are dealing with dense fog in spots especially for north bay and coast, down to about a half mile in santa rosa. napa, quarter mile fairfield and petaluma, near zero at half moon bay. thick fog in spots. please be careful if you are hitting the roadways. a pleasant day, a few clouds streaming in, cooler for all of us. it's looking good saturday and sunday but more clouds as well for your weekend.
as we look to newe vegood rain our way for next monday and for next thursday. today, slightly cooler for your friday but still looking at mild conditions as we look to your saturday. there is a slight chance with this low pressure system to possibly see a sprinkle or two for parts of the north bay and the coast. the bigger weather story will be cooler conditions for our weekend and the clouds. here we go on futurecast as we take you through the day. you see clouds for us for today. again, mild, pleasant. as we look to your saturday, there we go with the chance to see a few spotty showers especially for the north bay, nothing huge but that is a possibility as we head through your saturday. north bay and coast. sunrise at 7:32 and sun set at 6:13. daytime highs for coast, low 60s for peninsula, low 70s this afternoon, 73 south bay and santa clara, 74 san jose.
inland east bay 73 in concord and 73 for tri valley. pleasanton, dublin, livermore. around the bay 67 in san francisco, 63 daly city, 67 alameda, 68 oakland and san leandro. north bay highs in upper 60s to low 70s, napa valley at 73 and 75 for clover dale. highway wean forecast sunday will be a chilly one but nice. around the bay upper 50s and low 60s inland halloween evening. seven-day forecast san francisco, oakland, san jose, more clouds and cooler for your weekend. rain chances pick up monday and for next thursday. inland east bay, north bay, coast, there is the chance for north bay and coast to possibly see a shower saturday. otherwise we are looking good sunday for halloween and wet monday and thursday next week. here is our stem star of the week from holy names high
school in oakland. presley is highly interested in architectural engineering, says engineering design class helped her find a bridge between art and science. she wants to use architectural engineering to help the homeless and her community. i love how presley cares so much about her community. congrats to presley. you are so cute and so smart and we need more young people like that. don't you think? we do. i love stem stars. she's beautiful and smart and it's just giving me hope for the future. i am so glad you share those. as you hit the roads we've got a bit going on. friday is getting busier if you are working through the south bay. we've got a trouble spot with a couple cars tangled up. 101, 237 connector to 101 is slow. south of there, pockets of slowing along 101. plan for that. travel times are okay with 43 minutes north from hellyer
avenue to sfo. highway 4 is busy, usual stuff into the altamont pass. metering lights are on at the bay bridge, crowded near the toll plaza. golden gate bridge is okay but it will be busy this weekend as everyone heads to outside land. closures in and around golden gate park. use public transit. it is halloween and we are having fun celebrating the weekend. this is jesse one of our producers, a throw back, snow white. a lot of cuties will be out and about this weekend. if you are driving, drive slowly in neighborhoods. don't forget to watch for kids darting across the street. carry a flash light or glow stick. that will make you more visible. keep your eyes out for these guys axal rose and slash in pacifica. they don't want to give away their real identities so we'll keep that a secret. >> reporter: outside lands back
at golden gate park today. i have everything you need to know next. >> i don't know if you can top what gianna showed us. get those costumes ready. it's time to trick or treat again. we are live with the excitement around the area. contra costa getting into the halloween spirit. the clerk's office is putting a twist on tying the knot. before break, a live picture over the city. this is our camera on the sutro tower. it's going to be a gorgeous friday. a tribute to anchor ken bastida who, believe it or not, is retiring tonight. we'll be back with more as we count down to gold. thank goodness for ken, carried me through that period of time. he was so wonderful. >> congratulations. it's been wonderful over the years being a part and experiencing bay area alongside you.
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>> reporter: i am justin andrews live at golden gate park. we are hours from people flooding grounds here to get ready to kick off this three day music festival at outside lands. yes, it is making a come back. it couldn't happen last year because of covid-19. all the stages are set and ready to welcome performers. the festival is sold out, expected to pull 70,000 people each day through sunday. if you are in this area this weekend, make sure you have some patience. there are new vendors and some of the performers include lizzo, glass animals, vampire weekend, young thug. i mentioned some tickets available online for $44. that was just the shuttle. actual general admission is 750 bucks. yikes, my bad, that is a big
difference. back to you. >> reporter: i am joycelyn moran live in livermore where a monster mash dance party will be happening. take a look at video from last night. that's the monster mash dance party that happened there. if you didn't have a chance to do so, you will have a chance tonight and tomorrow. it's happening between 7:00 and 8:30 p.m. make sure you bring your costumes. last night families were having fun. last year there were more restrictions and this time health experts say it is safe to trick or treat as long as you are taking health safety measures. they recommend not celebrating indoors and staying outdoors as much as you can and second wearing the face coverings if going trick or treating and handing out candy. you know those scary masks with the costumes? make sure you still have the face coverings that protect you from covid-19 and bring those
with you. >> great info. watch for those trick or treaters when they're out and about. roadys in neighborho on it's not bad off the east shore freeway. if you are headed to the bay bridge, metering lights are on. you will have a few brake lights. we're having a little fun friday. this is kiley family, photographer brian kiley, wizard of oz theme. send your pictures of your fall fun and tag us at kpix. i want to show you a gorgeous start. you see our sales force tower camera as we look southeast, golden colors in the sky, mainly clear here but dealing with dense fog for parts of the north bay as well as for the coast. few the day, a few clouds streaming in but a mild day as we head into our afternoon. we are looking at cooler conditions for the weekend,
more clouds, looking great for halloween. rain chances pick up next monday and next thursday. there is a chance to see a few sprinkles in parts of the north bay and the coast on saturday. we have our dream for what our wedding will be but have you thought about having a halloween themed wedding? >> for those who love the spooky holiday that much, one east bay county is taking it to the next level officiating scare-monies. about 20 are set to happen today. the officiants are in their best halloween costume. for me, the thought of getting married is scary enough. >> don't need to ramp it up. >> it's not so bad. 13 years is not so bad. >> find the right person. all right. before we head to cbs this morning, we will show you another look at some of the
spooky decorations in livermore. >> scary. >> happy halloween. have fun this weekend and be safe. get all the tr ks or treats. ♪ welcome to "cbs mornings." and hello to our viewers in the west on this halloween friday. i'm tony dokoupil. >> i'm nick burleson. michelle miller, jamie yuccas. >> we're back whether you like it or not. >> we like it. first, today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds. >> the framework will create millions of jobs, grow the economy. >> paid leave is not in the framework the president laid out. it's breaking our hearts. >> president biden inches closer to passing his agenda but the