‘Scream n’ Stream’ drive-thru haunt is returning in 2021

by Samantha Davis-Friedman

Last Halloween season, as haunt fans feared they might have to skip the scares, Scream n’ Stream emerged as Florida’s premiere drive-through haunted attraction, and it’s back this fall for an all-new horrifying adventure.

Scream 'n Stream Concept Art
Images courtesy of Scream N’ Stream

Beginning on Sept. 18, 2021, and continuing on select nights through Oct. 31, 2021, guests will drive into a whole new world of terror on the grounds of Boggy Creek Airboat Adventures in Kissimmee, Fla. crafted by Patrick Braillard, a creative veteran with 15 years of experience dreaming up nightmares for Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando.

“Last year, we were looking to bring jobs and entertainment to the people of Central Florida who were hurting when many major attractions were forced to shut down due to COVID-19,” said Event Coordinator Josh Gunderson. “We wanted to bring some safe, scary fun to the horror lovers out there, and we were able to do that and received a lot of praise from our guests. This year we are looking to raise the bar and show people that we’re more than just a one-time thing.”

Scream 'n Stream Patrick Braillard
Patrick Braillard

Scream n’ Stream launched in 2020 when major Halloween events all over Florida were being canceled or scaled back, leaving artists, technicians, performers, and operations staff out of a job for the season. The event not only offered employment to over 80 horror professionals but also raised money for the Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida. Plus, over 20,000 guests were able to enjoy a safe, socially distanced event from their cars during Scream n’ Stream’s sold-out 2020 run.

This year, Scream n’ Stream will once again benefit Second Harvest Food Bank, but other than that — and Braillard’s involvement — very little else has been disclosed.

“We didn’t want to just copy and paste last year; we wanted to go bigger and offer up some unexpected twists and turns, and Patrick has had a big hand in making all of our twisted dreams come true,” Gunderson said. “Most important was getting our guests more involved in the action taking place around them. This year it’s going to feel more like being in your car is a requirement and not just a side-effect of a pandemic. We’re […] really looking forward to revealing the whole scope of this year’s event over the next few months.”

Presale tickets are now available, offering a savings of up to $25 off the regular per car price at the gate. Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.

Check out our video of Scream n’ Stream 2020 below:

Stream and Scream Halloween Drive Through Experience Orlando

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