‘Fright Nights’ opens at Playland with seven haunted houses, 15 rides, two live shows (video)

Haunted houses include Keeper's Doll Factory, Haunted Mansion and Hollywood Horrors

Promo photo for the annual Fright Nights at Playland.

Kids, this one is definitely not for you.

The annual Fright Nights opens tonight (Oct. 7) for a month of thrills at Playland in Vancouver.

The Halloween attraction includes seven haunted houses, 15 rides and two live shows, called “The Monsters of Schlock” and “Radiant Heat Fire Troupe.”

The haunted houses include Keeper’s Doll Factory, Haunted Mansion and Hollywood Horrors.

(SCROLL DOWN TO SEE VIDEO MADE BY LUCHAGORE PRODUCTIONS)

Guests have the option to purchase a Rapid Pass, which offers the same access as a regular gate pass, plus access to an expedited line for each Haunted House and includes rides on The BeastWooden Roller Coaster, AtmosfearMusic Express and Hellevator.

Those who purchase tickets at participating 7-Eleven stores and online will save $3.

CLICK HERE to learn more on the Fright Nights website.

“Due to the overwhelming demand and to ensure a quality guest experience, Fright Nights is putting a cap on the number of tickets sold per day,” event organizers say.

Opening time tonight is 7 p.m. at 2901 E. Hastings St., Vancouver.

Tickets must be purchased for a specific date. Event nights have limited availability and may sell out.

Fright Nights is “definitely not recommended for ages 12 and under, seniors 65+, people with sensitivity to strobe lighting, people with high blood pressure, heart conditions, pregnant women or scaredy-cats,” event organizers warn.

“Absolutely no guest costumes or guest costume face makeup allowed,” they add.

tom.zillich@thenownewspaper.com

 

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