Scream n’ Stream, the drive-through haunted attraction Orlando fans know and love, is coming back this fall at a new location with a brand-new story crafted by Halloween Horror Nights veteran Patrick Braillard.
Running from Sept. 17 through Oct. 31, Scream n’ Stream will leave the swamp behind and move to a “secret research facility” at the Oviedo Mall known as “Station 5,” where a team of scientists is working to weaponize everyone’s worst nightmares: clowns and zombies.
“We are thrilled to bring our event to the Oviedo community,” says Josh Gunderson, event coordinator. “The Oviedo Mall offers the perfect mix of food, beverage and entertainment. This gives our guests the opportunity to make a full night out of their visit to Scream n’ Stream, bringing our guests a complete Halloween experience.”
During the 25-minute experience, guests will drive into Station 5 as they are tasked with delivering a kill switch device to stop the escaped creatures before it’s too late. Passengers in the car will be armed with laser guns to keep their driver safe as they navigate through the experience.
The fun doesn’t stop there — guests are invited to grab dinner at the Oviedo Brewing Company, try an escape room at District Eat & Play, or grab a specialty Zombie Juice from Calliope Street.
“Last year, because of COVID, it was necessary to keep guests at a safe distance from performers and a drive-through haunted house made sense,” said Gunderson. “This year we wanted guests to feel like they are a part of the action and being in their car is a necessity to the story and not just a by-product of a pandemic.”
Safety will still be a priority at the event, with sanitation measures in place for all handheld items, like the laser guns and kill switch devices. In addition, safety measures are in place for those working the event, including the ability to remain socially distant from guests.
“We recognize the ever-changing situation revolving around COVID-19 and want to deliver a spooky experience to all while remaining vigilant about the conditions surrounding the pandemic.”
Scream n’ Stream will be hosted at the Oviedo Mall in Oviedo, Fla. on select nights starting Sept. 17. Tickets are available now, and guests can save up to $20 by purchasing online in advance. Prices are per car, not per person. A portion of all proceeds will be donated to Second Harvest Food Banks. For more information, or to purchase tickets, visit ScreamnStream.com.