Knott’s Scary Farm 2015. Get Ready for the Scares!
Knott’s Scary Farm is returning for your horrifying pleasure in just a couple of short days. So get ready for 24 nights of pure terrifying horror. Scary Farm is the largest, most haunting Halloween experience in Southern California, with endless mazes and shocking surprises. I was lucky enough to attend the preview to let you in on what’s to come for this years haunt! The Scary Farm will be here September 24 – October 31 and conjures up never before seen experiences and show-stopping entertainment. Hours vary by night, so make sure to check the site out for exact hours. Read on for all the gruesome details of what’s new this year and to find out which of your favorites are returning.
*11 Hauntedthemed walk-through mazes and interactive haunted attractions that are filled with scare masters galore whose only goal is to see to it that you don’t make it out alive. Are you up for the challenge? 😉
*3 Endless scare zones across the park’s 160 acres.
*2 Spectacular live shows, including the return of Elvira – Mistress of the Dark in an all-new show.
*1,000 Live monsters, ghosts, ghouls, goblins, freaks, mutants, maniacs and other beasts lurking in the fog to scare any soul that happens by. Oh, and don’t forget the zombies….
*Parking? If you plan on coming at least 4 times be sure to add it to your pass. A pass with parking costs$140.Parking is $20 a Night at Scary Farm otherwise. So it is totally worth it to add it to your pass if you plan on coming 4 or more nights. If you already have a parking pass, it will still be good on Scary Farm Nights.
Disclosure: This is not a sponsored post. I was invited out by the Knott’s PR/Social Team to preview this event. All thoughts and opinions remain my own.
Have you been to the Scary Farm? If you have, then you know the excitement and planning that goes into it every year and how frightful it can be. The other week, I had the pleasure of attending Knott’s Scary Farm 2013′s Preview/Media event.
As the 41st year of the Knott’s Scary Farm Haunt creeps up on us, with all it’s guts and glory, it is exciting to announce what’s in store for this treasured Haunt! The 41st year of this annual Haunt promises more fright, more fun, more foreboding than the past 40 years have wrought. What is there already for this year’s haunt you ask? Read below to find out!
Mortals who were there to announce this years tales from the crypt:
Jeff Tucker – Supervisor of Live Shows
Brooke Walters – (Design Supervisor) Designer of Haunt mazes such as Doll Factory, Virus Z, Terro Dominion of the Dead, Trick or Treat
Lara Hanneman – (Director of Entertainment Production)
Daniel Miller – (Design Specialist) Pinocchio Unstrung, Delirium, Black Magic
Timothy “Gus” Krueger – (Design Specialist) Uncle Willy’s Slaughterhouse, Dia de los Muertos, Endgame
Trick Or Treat: Ummmm I don’t think I’d really want to go Trick or Treating here! Trick Or Treating in a witches house? No Thanks! 😉
Pinocchio: Unstrung – Murderous marionettes seeks the flesh of maze visitors to cover Pinocchio’s twisted, wooden body. Sounds like some twisted puppet string fun?
Delirium – The stuff that nightmares and insanity is made of. Fun times right? Maybe if you like being scared… 😉
Uncle Willy’s Slaughterhouse – This just sounds wrong. A deranged butcher runs a barbecue restaurant? Don’t think I’d want to eat at this restaurant!
End Games – Gladiators battle to the death for the entertainment of the rich and powerful. Some good clean gory fun never hurt anyone, right?
What would the Halloween Haunt be without the Knott’s Design Team using their haunted twisted powers to create a few NEW terrifying mazes to spook the living daylights out of you. All in the name of fun of course. 😉