Knott’s Spooky Farm, the annual family-friendly Halloween event, is back from Sept. 30 through Oct. 29, and Halloween Day. [Read more…]
Cedar Fair and Peanuts Worldwide have renewed their licensing agreement to have the Peanuts characters in Cedar Fair’s 11 theme parks until 2025. [Read more…]
Southern California’s Halloween haunt event, Knott’s Scary Farm, returns for its 45th season with 13 themed mazes and the return of Elvira, Mistress of the Dark for her last performance at Scary Farm with an all-new show. [Read more…]
Knott’s Berry Farm has announced its newest coaster, HangTime, an all-new steel rollercoaster that will be the only dive coaster on the West Coast. The coaster will open for the 2018 summer season, and stand at 150 feet over the Boardwalk area of the park. [Read more…]
Although we’ve been reporting on Knott’s Berry Farm theme park for years, I recently had my first visit, along with my son Quinn. Here’s a bit of our fun day. [Read more…]
New details about the haunts and shows at Knott’s Scary Farm 2017 were recently revealed at the Midsummer Scream horror convention.
Guests can experience the western town of Calico once again and continue the story, as Ghost Town Alive! is now open at Knott’s Berry Farm. [Read more…]
Spring has sprung at Knott’s Berry Farm, and a brand-new attraction guaranteed to bring thrills has arrived just in time for the Knott’s Boysenberry Festival: Sol Spin. [Read more…]
Fans of vintage Vekoma shuttle coasters will want to get their last rides in on Boomerang before Knott’s Berry Farm bids its final farewell to the ride on April 23. [Read more…]
Knott’s Berry Farm’s venerated Ghost Town will come to life in virtual reality when “VR Showdown in Ghost Town” premiers at the California park next month. [Read more…]
Lovers of the famous fruit born in Buena Park better prepare to loosen their buckles, because Knott’s Berry Farm is bringing back their popular Boysenberry Festival for more days than ever, starting April 1 through 23, 2017. [Read more…]
VR is all the rage in theme parks these days, and one of Southern California’s oldest attractions will join the high-tech craze when a new Knott’s Berry Farm Virtual Reality experience from VRstudios debuts later in 2017.
VRstudios, a global virtual reality company offering commercial entertainment and enterprise solutions, announced on January 31 a partnership with Knott’s Berry Farm and parent company, Cedar Fair, to design and install a specialized VR experience at the Southern California-based theme park.
“Our collaboration with VRstudios to develop a new custom-built, immersive amusement experience at Knott’s Berry Farm is exciting for our customers and consistent with the memorable experiences they expect from our parks,” said Cedar Fair’s Vice President of Strategic Growth, Christian Dieckmann. “We chose VRstudios for our inaugural free-roaming VR installation because of their successful track record providing VR globally for other location-based entertainment venues. No other VR company can offer a truly untethered multi-player experience. We believe the planned attraction will amaze our guests and encourage repeat visits.”
“It is rewarding to partner with entertainment visionaries who want to do something amazing with the new VR technology,” added Charles Herrick, Chief Executive Officer of VRstudios. “When clients want to push the limits beyond what is commonly available, it gets our entire team motivated because they know there will be an outlet for their innovation.”
Knott’s Berry Farm visitors will be able to enjoy the new VR experience for a small fee in addition to admission, beginning the second quarter of this year.
VRstudios (www.vrstudios.com) is a leading global VR technology company headquartered in Bellevue, Washington, and located in 11 countries. Their VRCade system powered The Repository VR experience that debuted in 2016 at Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights.
For more information about Knott’s Berry Farm visit knotts.com, and relive the park’s famous Halloween event with this video from Knott’s Scary Farm 2016: