This week, Knott’s Scary Farm, the largest, most haunted experience in Southern California, unveiled a new spine-chilling maze for its 43rd annual event during the Knott's Scary Farm 2015 preview event called The Dead of Winter.
The theme park also announced the return of 2014’s unparalleled interactive experience, Special Ops: Infected – Patient Zero. Also back by popular demand, Elvira, the legendary Mistress of the Dark, will star in an all-new show, Elvira’s Asylum.
The notorious event returns for 24 horrifying nights September 24 – October 31 and features 11 mazes, three Scare Zones, two live action packed shows, five Skeleton Key Rooms, and a thousand monsters lurking in the fog. Whatever you’re imagining, it’s here…at Knott’s Scary Farm.
The Knott’s Scary Farm Pass and Tickets to the Highly Anticipated Event Are Now on Sale!
Knott's Scary Farm 2015 Preview Event – Southern CA's Largest Halloween Event
Knott's Scary Farm celebrated the return of their hauntingly spooky Halloween event in one scream filled preview celebration packed full of monsters lurking through the night, exclusive sneak peaks, and a delectable feast featuring some of the most amazing desserts in Los Angeles.
And if you weren't careful, there was a good chance you could become the feast!
Like most events at Knott's, the desserts and ice carvings were absolutely amazing! The skeletons and Frankensteins were made out of a chocolate shell, filled with mouthwatering treats like a rich pistachio ice cream.
For more information about Knott's Scary Farm 2015, check out the full video from the Knott's Scary Farm 2015 preview event, and the official Knott's Scary Farm 2015 press release and trailers below!
Knott's Announces New and Returning Haunted Attractions, Including the Return of Elvira, and More for its 2015 Season!
Escape the icy grasp of the chilling Snow Queen in The Dead of Winter. Backed by with a ravenous beastly army of resurrected Viking warriors, she is hellbent on avenging her beloved family’s murder, and preys upon any unsuspecting visitors who foolishly enter the borders of her icy domain.
Elvira, the legendary Mistress of the Dark, returns to Knott’s Scary Farm in a spectacular all-new show, Elvira’s Asylum, featuring insane levels music, dance and comedy.
Also returning in 2015, the twisted tale of the Tooth Fairy returns with the addition of a gruesomely interactive Skeleton Key room and new horrifying ending. Deadly howls and a full blood moon mark your impending doom as Werewolves take over the crime stricken town, in the return of Gunslinger’s Grave: A Blood Moon Rises.
- Selling out in its inaugural year, the Knott’s Scary Farm Pass returns in 2015 and offers unlimited visits to all 24 event nights. Current 2015 Knott’s Berry Farm Season Passholders can purchase the pass at the limited time price of $70, now until Sept. 20 (while supplies last, plus applicable taxes and fees); the general public can purchase the pass for $80 (while supplies last, plus applicable taxes and fees). New for 2015, Season Long Parking passes will be valid during Knott’s Scary Farm nights. The Knott’s Scary Farm Pass is exclusively sold online at knotts.com.
- Single night tickets are $39.99 – $49.99 depending on the event night when purchased online (plus applicable taxes and fees). Tickets purchased at least 24 hours in advance at the theme park ticket booths are $49 for all nights, and day-of-event tickets purchased at the ticket booths are $69.
- Fright Lane with Skeleton Key offers priority access to all mazes and unlocks five Skeleton Key rooms filled with unnerving terrors, interactive secrets and exclusive scenes. Guests will also receive a commemorative lanyard and collectible keychain. Fright Lane with Skeleton Key passes start at $70. (Separate theme park admission required, and not included)
- Combo Tickets, offering admission and Fright Lane with Skeleton Key are an especially great value offering savings of up to $34, versus purchasing each item separately at the ticket booths.
For more hair-raising information on the 2015 Knott’s Scary Farm event visit the website, join the conversation using #ScaryFarm or stay tuned to the Knott’s Scary Farm Facebook page, or @KnottsScaryFarm on Twitter.
Portions of the materials and expenses were provided courtesy of Knott's Berry Farm.