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With Halloween just around the corner, fall festivities look a lot different this year. With COVID-19 still highly contagious, many anticipated events have been postponed and even canceled due to safety measurements. But, Halloween doesn’t have to be one of them.

DEED Entertainment, a California Benefit Corporation founded by the innovators behind festivals like Coachella and Outside Lands, announced its latest Halloween project, Fright Farms.

Fright Farms is a five-acre drive-thru Halloween adventure full of obstacles and clues needed to solve a small town’s mystery.  

The maze will open Monday, October 26th at 5 p.m. It will remain open through November 29th, operating daily from 5 p.m. – 10 p.m.

The maze aims to bring Halloween entertainment and spirit in the safest way possible. Still, Keeping COVID-19 in mind, DEED continues to comply with CDC guidelines and regulations,

“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,” said David Luff, Creative Director & CEO for DEED Entertainment.

As a result, the use of radio transmission will bring the protocols and sounds through the stereo of each car. Six cars will enter the even at a time guided by their smartphones through pop up notifications. These notifications can include missing person alerts, clues and directions.

The award-winning designers who previously worked with Netflix, Warner Brothers, NBC, WME and Live Nations teamed up to create a 35-minute experience. 

The Fright Farms experience is open for ages 13 and older. Ticket reservations start at $75 per car. DEED will also be giving $1.50 from each ticket back to the​ ​Jessie Rees Foundation​ to support cancer children.

For more information and to schedule a reservation, visit ​frightfarms.com​.

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