We know it's still July, but in Southern California, we've already got Halloween on our minds which means, Knott's Scary Farm will soon be here! The largest and most haunting Halloween experience in Southern California unveiled hair-raising news and details for the 45th season of Knott's Scary Farm at the 2nd annual Midsummer Scream Halloween Convention held in Long Beach, California. Knott’s held an exclusive panel for fans featuring Scary Farm maze designer, Jon Cooke. Here’s what’s coming to Knott’s Scary Farm for this season:
- The lineup for this year will return with 13 haunted attractions and over 1,000 monsters lurking in the fog
- For the first time in Scary Farm history, Fright Lane will also include Fast lane which will give guest priority access to all mazes and select rides
- Elvira, the legendary Mistress of the Dark, returns for her final appearance at Knott’s Scary Farm in an all-new spellbinding nightly show
- Returning darker and more twisted than ever step inside the Green Witch’s home by venturing through the blacked out building in Trick or Treat: Lights Out. Armed with only a faulty flashlight, face the terror of the Green Witch’s house completely in the dark. Featuring new state-of-the-art effects, unexpected scares and other eerie surprises, Trick-Or-Treat is back to terrorize like never before.
Knott's Scary Farm tickets and passes are now on sale. Full details on this year's Knott's Scary Farm event, including more new mazes and surprises, will be revealed on August 31st at our Knott's Scary Farm Announcement Event for Knott's Season Passholders and Scary Farm Passholders. Passholders will be emailed within the coming weeks to reserve their tickets for this event. Join the conversation using #ScaryFarm and follow Knott's Scary Farm on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for more announcements.
Knott's Scary Farm is a private event that requires separate admission. This event is not recommended for children under 13 years old.