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Prepare to Be Terrified at #Vancouver Fright Nights

Scaredy-cats beware! Western Canada’s most highly anticipated Halloween event, Fright Nights at Playland, is back for 2018 on select nights from October 5th to October 31st. It’s where murderous ghouls, clowns, mysterious creatures, and things that go bump in the night come to life. Fright Nights features 20 blood-chilling rides, gripping live shows, eight haunted houses, and much more!

Bloodshed, the newest haunted house introduced in 2017, is set to welcome only the bravest of souls. The dilapidated Bloodshed cabin is home to a family of ruthless mutant murders. For those seeking a paranormal experience, the Haunted Mansion promises thrills and chills not for the faint-of-heart, while the 3D experience of Car-n-Evil will leave guests with all the requisite symptoms of panic, terror, and dread.

Not enough for you? Face your deepest terrors in Darkness, then visit the Keepers Doll Factory featuring a creepy line-up of cloaked giants covered in scars, porcelain doll faces and missing appendages. Watch out, because they roam the halls in search of human sacrifices from which they can harvest limbs. Favourite haunted houses The Asylum, Fear, and Hollywood Horrors are also back to terrify hapless visitors.

In search of a classic freak show to shake your belief in common sense? Guinness World Record holders and returning favourites, the stapled, sliced, slapped and smashed Monsters of Schlock will return from October 11th to 31st to perform some of the most incredible and outrageous physical stunts ever seen.

Hair-Raising Rides

Your pass to Fright Nights also gets you on 20 of your favourite Playland rides! Atmosfear, Break Dance, Bug Whirled, Corkscrew, Crazy Beach Party, Dizzy Drop, Enterprise, Hellevator, Gladiator, Hell’s Gate, Merry Go Round, Music Express, Pirate Ship, Rock-n-Cars, Scrambler, Tea Cups, The Beast, Wave Swinger, Westcoast Wheel, and the Wooden Roller Coaster are all included with admission.

Ticket Information

Fright Nights at Playland is open for 2018 on the nights of October 5-7, 11-14, 17-21, and 24-31. Prices range from $27-$47. Save $3 by purchasing tickets at participating 7-Eleven locations or online.

Admission includes unlimited access to all eight haunted houses, shows, and 20 rides. (There is an additional charge for the Revelation.) Parking is NOT included. Ticket buyers should note the Monsters of Schlock performance dates run from October 11th to 31st only.

Skip the line with a Rapid Pass, which offers the same access as a regular gate pass PLUS access to an expedited line for park entry, each haunted house, and The Beast, Wooden Roller Coaster, Music Express, AtmosFEAR, and Hellevator. Save $6 by purchasing Rapid Passes online. (7-Eleven does not sell Rapid Passes.)

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Note: 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. Tickets must be purchased for a specific date. Event nights have limited availability and may sell out. Fright Nights is not recommended for ages 12 and under, seniors 65+, people with sensitivity to strobe lighting or fog machines, people with high blood pressure, heart conditions, pregnant women, or scaredy-cats. Absolutely no guest costumes or guest costume face make up allowed.

Win 4 Tickets to Fright Nights

Are you ready to be scared stiff this Halloween? I’m giving away 4 regular admission tickets to Fright Nights over on my Facebook page. Please note the prize does not include travel or other expenses.

Visit this post on Facebook to enter the giveaway!

Click the image to go to the ticket giveaway on Facebook.


Disclosure: I received media tickets in exchange for sharing this information with you. All opinions expressed are completely honest and my own.


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  • Ooooooooh I would love to check fright nights out and go with my boyfriend and a few friends if my kids are too young they’re 9 & 15. I love going to the small haunted houses with Andy during the pne my kids went in too. The doll factory was cool yet freaky. I’d love to check everything out ??????????????