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Fright Farms To Open Halloween Week October 26

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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Samantha Aguilar

Samantha Aguilar is a Broadcasting Journalism student at California State University, Fullerton. Born and raised in the Bay Area, she moved to Southern California to begin her career as a reporter and anchor in hard news. Her love for music has led to her interest in both entertainment and American and Latin American pop culture. Having worked with Al Día, CSUF's Spanish newscast, has encouraged her to pursue a career in Spanish. Her favorite pass time is catching the sunset at the beach and hiking trails.

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