What started as a few modest fall weekends at Cedar Point has grown into the seven-weekend HalloWeekends extravaganza, filled with family-friendly activities, haunted attractions, food and drink specialties, and live entertainment. , according to a press release.
HalloWeekends kid’s favorites during the day are back, like trick or treat, magic house on Boo Hill, pumpkin decorating, corn and hay bale mazes, mini tractor rides, contest children’s costumes and more, according to the release.
At night, guests will meet Mr. Midnight – HalloWeekends’ new and official “Master of Scarymoanies” – as he orchestrates and begins haunted activities on HalloWeekends’ main stage.
Then guests can enter outdoor fear zones like Blood on the Bayou, Banished, and Harvest Fear, or make their way through indoor haunted mazes like Slaughter House, Hexed, and Fearground Freak Show, according to the release.
Thursday night scares
Interactive nighttime shows exclusive to Thursday nights will debut, including “Scare-a-oke” at the Farmhouse Kitchen & Grill Stage, according to the release.
Guests can sing or shout their favorite Halloween songs in front of a captive Frontier Town audience, according to the statement.
On the famed balcony of the Cedar Point Ballroom, the Witch Sisters will heckle and interact with passers-by during “Witch Sisters’ Insult-emporium: Witch, Please!”, and new pop-up sensation “Slash Mob” will appear at various places inside the park, showing off their killer choreography.
Located within the towering structure of the Steel Vengeance roller coaster is the new indoor haunted maze Bloodbath.
Guests will enter what appears to be a brand new private club named “Orpheus”.
As they move through darkness, music and lights, the terror escalates as vampire-like creatures emerge and the real underground operation is carried out.
The Haunting of Eerie Estate
Eerie Estate is the site of the Sandusky Paranormal Society’s latest investigation, which invites guests on a classic ghost hunt.
Rumors of ghostly tenants wandering the halls will be tested as guests take part in a mysterious exploration, taking them deeper into the multitude of rooms and beyond the dark shadows of this limestone mansion.
The Midnight Hour: 25 years of HalloWeekends with Midnight Syndicate
Since 1997, the haunted and halfway mazes of the park have been filled with the mystifying and macabre musical styles of Northeastern Ohio’s Midnight Syndicate, a musical duo whose spooky melodies can be heard in amusement locations. haunted around the world.
In this new production, guests will embark on a musical tour of the sights and sounds of ongoing collaborations between Cedar Point and Midnight Syndicate.
Drinks and meals
Select eating places in the park will be offering “Tastes of HalloWeekends,” featuring specialties such as spicy maple sausages on a stick, beer cheese waffle fries, handmade pumpkin rolls, loaded nachos with burnt ends, spicy corn chorizo pizza, and Suite.
Popular fare such as blood bags, themed cocktails and soft drinks will be offered at various locations throughout the park, including the new “Midnight Elixirs” bar at the foot of the Frontier Trail.
New recipes celebrating the haunted attractions of HalloWeekends will be available as part of “Mr. Midnight’s Fiendish Feast,” a seven-week, seven-course menu offered on Fridays only, while supplies last.
Each week, a new course will be revealed on Cedar Point’s social media channels, highlighting the exclusive course offering.
Guests can get started early on HalloWeekends and purchase discounted tickets for as low as $29.99 during the “Slasher Sale,” which runs through September 15.
Tickets are valid for a one-day visit to Cedar Point on Thursday evenings, Fridays, or Sundays, September 15 through October 2.
Youth daytime activities are available on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays only.
For more information on the full HalloWeekends offerings, visit halloweekends.com.