The Los Angeles Haunted Hayride has announced its plans for a completely reimagined experience for this year, complete with an expanded lineup of event attractions and an overall theme.
The Halloween attraction will return to Griffith Part for its 11th consecutive year on Saturday, Sept. 28. Pre-sale tickets will be available online starting Friday, Aug. 9 at 10 a.m. PT. For the first time, due to guest demand, the Los Angeles Haunted Hayride will be open after Halloween and continue operation through Saturday, Nov. 2.
This year, the haunted hayride will transform Griffith Park into Midnight Falls, a mysterious fictitious village set in 1985, where time is at a standstill and every day is Halloween. New and revamped attractions for this year’s event will include:
Midnight Falls Town Square
Located in the center of the small town, the annual Midnight Falls Halloween Festival will come to life through decorations, Jack O’ Lanterns and glowing orange lights. The Town Square will have a stage for live entertainment, food and beverage booths, a psychic and Midnight Falls townsfolk lurking about – like the City Councilman and Pageant Queen.
Midnight Mortuary Haunted House
The mysterious house at the end of the street looms over Midnight Falls. Owned and operated by the Marlow family for years, guests can tour the local funeral home to reveal its dark secrets.
On the outskirts of Midnight Falls, an open-air maze awaits. At Roadkill Ranch, ranch hands are collecting the main highway’s deceased varmints. However, their methods of disposal come back to bite them as characters come back to life and haunt the visitors as they traverse through a barn, cornfields, and haystacks.
This unique take on a traditional haunted house tells of trick-or-treaters going door-to-door at 12 local homes in Midnight Falls. Guests will soon realize that these ghoulish residents have more tricks than treats.
In the foothills of Midnight Falls, this crowd favorite will lead to a frightening adventure filled with the horrors afflicting the town. Out in the darkness, a portal has opened, releasing hideous creatures from its rotten mouth. Are you brave enough to board the Hayride and witness the spirit of Halloween?
Attendees also have the option to experience three individually themed, short-play escape rooms at an additional cost of $5 per game.
Tickets for the 2019 Los Angeles Haunted Hayride will go on sale this Friday, Aug. 9 at 10 a.m. PT, and prices range from $34.99- $109.00 per person. Pre-sale discounts will be available Aug. 9-16 ($10 off), Aug. 17-23 ($7 off), and Aug. 24-31 ($5 off). Regular prices will take effect on Sept. 1.
To learn more, and to purchase your tickets once they’re available, visit LosAngelesHauntedHayride.com.