Spooktober starts with Fright Nights 2019 at PNE!

It’s Spooktober! Time for Vancouver’s most hallowed halloween haunt to scares up some fun as Fright Nights rises from the grave at Playland

On select nights from tomorrow, October 4th through October 31st, visitors will carefully creep through 20 hair-raising rides, astounding live shows, and eight haunted houses, all guaranteed to make this Halloween season the scariest ever. 

Thrilling live shows from fan favourites, the Monsters of Schlock, as well a host of ghouls and monsters roaming throughout the park are sure to chill and thrill visitors. If your stomach can handle it stop for food from Playland vendors, for some liquid courage hit up the Sanitarium Bar. If adrenaline isn’t enough, get a sugar rush stop by the Candy Shoppe for some sweets before hitting the thrill rides.

General admission tickets  are on sale at the gates, or save by purchasing in advance online.  Tickets include all the haunted houses, live shows and 20 night rides; including The BeastPirate Ship,Hell’s Gate, Hellavator, Atmosfear, Wooden Roller Coaster and more

Guests also have the option to purchase a Rapid Pass, which offers the same access as a regular gate pass PLUS access to one expedited entry to each of the eight houses and some night rides. 

Due to the overwhelming demand and to ensure a quality guest experience, Fright Nights is capping the number of tickets sold per day. Tickets must be purchased for a specific date. Each night of Fright Nights have limited availability and may sell out so book early. 

Playland warns that this event 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.

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit frightnights.ca.

Fright Nights 2018 is scaring up excitement

It’s the most wonderful time of the fear! Vancouver’s favourite heartstopping Halloween event, Fright Nights is back to haunt Playland

On select nights from October 5th through October 31st, visitors can creep their way around the amusement park’s haunted houses, rides and shows.  Eight haunted houses, including the newest The Bloodshed, are guaranteed to brings a chill to your night.


Thrilling live shows from Guinness World Record Holders the Monsters of Schlock also return, as well 20 thrill rides add excitement to Fright Nights. Beware of the ghouls and monsters roaming throughout the park. If your stomach can handle it stop for food from Playland vendors, for some liquid courage hit up the Sanitarium Bar or if you need a sugar rush check out the newly introduced Pumpkin Spice Candy Floss throughout the park.

General admission tickets are on sale at the gates, or save by purchasing in advance online or at 7-Eleven Stores.  Tickets include all the haunted houses, live shows and 20 night rides; including The BeastPirate Ship,Hell’s Gate, Hellavator, Atmosfear, Wooden Roller Coaster and more. Guests also have the option to purchase a Rapid Pass, which offers the same access as a regular gate pass PLUS access to expedited lines for all eight houses and some night rides. 

Playland warns that this event 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. 

Fright Nights at Playland Opens Tonight

Western Canada’s most anticipated Halloween event, Fright Nights returns to Playland starting today October 6th until October 31st.  This year’s Fright Nights features returning favorites as well as never-seen-before attractions including a new haunted house, scaring up even more spooktacular entertainment for visitors.

For those looking for a paranormal experience, Haunted Mansion is geared to terrify even the bravest souls, and guests can attempt to overcome their fear of clowns in Car-N-Evil haunted house, and face their deepest terrors in Darkness. Favourite haunted houses, The Asylum, Fear, Hollywood Horrors, and Keepers Doll Factory are also back.

Guinness World Record holders for driving over a man on a bed of nails,  Monsters of Schlock, is back to terrify guests with three nightly shows from October 13 to 31. Guests can expect to be horrified with shows that feature meat hooks, and other cringe worthy entertainment. Look out for Playland’s favourite freak, Singe the Clown, who is up to his creepy antics for another year.  With freaky surprises, rides and a park full of gory ghouls, Fright Nights 2017 is spookier than ever and is the perfect event for every Halloween lover.

To maximize your thrills at Fright Nights, guests have the option to purchase a Rapid Pass, which offers the same access as a regular gate pass PLUS access to an expedited line for each Haunted House and The Beast, Wooden Roller Coaster, Atmosfear, and Hellevator. Guests will also be able to save $3 by purchasing tickets at participating 7-Eleven locations or online.

Playland warns that this event 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. 

2016 Fright Nights Haunt Playland Oct 7 – 31

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Scare up some spooktacular entertainment starting this Friday!

Radiant Heat Fire Troupe

Fright Nights takes over Playland starting Friday October 7th.
Serve up some chilled with 7 haunted houses; Asylum, Darkness, Fear, Car-N-Evil, Haunted Mansion, Hollywood Horrors and Keepers Doll Factory. Live thrills are provided by the returning Monsters of Schlock comedy-stunt show,  Radiant Heat Fire Troupe and 90 monsters roaming the grounds including a quintet of frightening Freaks.  Adrenaline junkies can get their thrills on 15 hair-raising rides including; The Beast, Wooden Roller Coaster, Music Express, Hellevator, Atmosfear, Pirate Ship, Hell’s Gate and more.

Halloween lovers can save $3 by purchasing passes online at frightnights.ca or from 7-Eleven stores. All the scares you need are included with the price of admission, starting at just $22 online. Get your thrills faster by purchasing a Rapid Pass, and join the expedited lines for the rides plus haunted houses.  Due to high demand, tickets are limited for each day so purchase early to avoid disappointment.

Fright Nights at Playland will keep you running scared from October 7 – October 31st, 2016.

Be prepared for the scares at Fright Nights by following Playland on Twitter or Instagram at @PNE_Playland or on Facebook

Fright Nights starts next Friday!

It’s the time of year for fear!

Fright Nights takes over Playland starting next Frightday, October 9th.
Scare up some fun in 7 haunted houses, The Monsters of Schlock comedy-stunt show,  Radiant Heat Fire Troupe and 15 hair-raising rides including the extreme pendulum ride The Beast. All the scares you need are included with the price of admission, starting at just $22 online.

Fright Nights at Playland will keep you running scared from October 9 – November 1, 2015.  Save on tickets online at frightnights.ca

Sneak up on Fright Nights at the Playland on Twitter or Instagram at @PNE_Playland or on Facebook

To get you in the mood check out the FEAR haunted house trailer

 

Fright Nights scares up the fun at PNE

Back for another year, Fright Nights at the PNE scares up the fun from October 10 to November 1, 2014.  With a newly added Haunted House, Doll Keepers Factory, to its line up of 7 frightening haunted houses, there is plenty of action to scream about.  Add in 13 scary rides, Monsters of Shock, the Kinisha Fire Performers and many more shows and performances throughout the run of Fright Nights.

Fright Nights begins October 10th. Regular Fright Passes are $25 but purchase tickets online now to save money on admission.

Follow the frights at the PNE on Twitter at @PNE_Playland or Facebook

Check out the preview of the new Haunted House