July 23, 2023, 1:15 PM ·
One-night time tickets go on sale Monday for the 50th anniversary of Knott’s Scary Farm.
The concept park industry’s initial following-hours Halloween function started out in 1973 at Knott’s Berry Farm in California. This 12 months, Knott’s Scary Farm will run for 29 nights, commencing September 21 and continuing by October 31.Knott’s has not announced yet its line-up for this year’s celebration. That news should occur following thirty day period, while we may possibly get a sneak peek at up coming weekend’s Midsummer Scream event in Lengthy Beach front. But Knott’s is promising 10 mazes, 5 scare zones and 4 displays at this year’s Terrifying Farm.
Photo courtesy Knott’sThe line-up will involve new mazes, which are envisioned to replace Darkish Journey and Pumpkin Eater, which joined the Frightening Farm line-up in 2017. “Friends can anticipate to uncover unforgettable encounters that will usher in figures from Haunt history,” Knott’s teased in its press launch nowadays.Other mazes from final year that are envisioned to return consist of:The Grimoire and Bloodline 1842, additional past yearMesmer: Sideshow of the Intellect, included in 2021Wax Works and Origins: The Curse of Calico, added in 2019Dark Entities and The Depths, additional in 2018
The 2023 Knott’s Terrifying Farm time pass is on sale now for $149 on Knott’s web page, with solitary night time tickets also likely on sale at 10am Pacific Time Monday, July 24. We are anticipating to see discounted solitary night tickets coming readily available on our partner’s Knott’s Berry Farm tickets page at some position next that, as properly.California’s Halloween year kicks off up coming weekend with Midsummer Scream, which will involve displays from Knott’s, Universal Studios Hollywood’s Halloween Horror Evenings, Six Flags Magic Mountain’s Fright Fest, Winchester Secret House, and 13th Floor Enjoyment, which will reveal facts about this year’s L.A. Haunted Hayride, Delusion, and the return of Shaqtoberfest. Preserve pursuing Topic Park Insider for all the future Halloween year news – and a single excellent way to do that is to signal up for Theme Park Insider’s weekly newsletter.