Two all-new drive-thru Halloween experiences are headed to Norco, Calif. Fright Farms and Not So Spooky Farm open to the public on Oct. 26 and span across five acres at SilverLakes Athletic Complex. These haunted experiences are brought to you by DEED Entertainment, a new group of creators innovating within the event space during this “new normal.”
Fright Farms is the more intense option for true fans of horror, ages 13 and older. Guests will travel through the mysterious town of Hilldale with haunts and scare actors lurking behind every corner. Throughout the ride, guests will also receive notifications on their smartphones providing clues and creating a truly immersive haunt.
Not So Spooky Farms
Not So Spooky Farm is the family-friendly option for guests of all ages. Follow Stingy Jack on his mission to uncover candy clues to find Bluebeard the pirate. Not So Spooky Farm features treasure temples, hedge mazes, princess towers, cornfields and more.
“Throughout the past few years, our team’s eyes have been opened to a much greater opportunity to bring narrative-based entertainment to the world,” said David Luff, creative director and CEO for DEED Entertainment. “Fright Farms was conceived with COVID-19 in mind to make sure there is an opportunity for people to experience some fun out of the house in a safe way. With recent mandates banning trick-or-treating, we wanted to offer something that would allow them to have a haunt in 2020.”
These drive-thru attractions provide a completely safe and contactless experience this Halloween season. Guests will receive all instructions and guidelines through their vehicle’s radio transmission.
DEED Entertainment has a mission to give back to the community by creating local jobs and donating the those in need. $1.50 from each event ticket is being donated to the Jessie Rees Foundation, fighting against childhood cancer.
Fright Farms and Not So Spooky Farm will both run daily from Oct. 26 – Nov. 29. Fright Farms runs from 4 p.m. – midnight while Not So Spooky Farm runs from 10 a.m. – 10 p.m. Tickets cost $65 per vehicle and guests must book reservations beforehand. For more information, visit FrightFarms.com.