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Fright Fest at Wild Waves
Friday October 28, 2016: 6 p.m.–11 p.m.
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Cost$10-$28; discounts for groups, military, online purchase, etc.
Age RecommendationAll ages
Wild Waves Theme Park, Washington’s largest amusement park, transforms into a scream park every weekend in October as Fright Fest returns to deliver hair-raising fun for park-goers of all ages. The state’s biggest Halloween event features more than 25 rides operating in the dark, as well as THREE bloodcurdling haunted houses. Park guests’ greatest fears will come to life in the Chamber of Souls, where indentured monsters lurk around every corner. The Playground 3D Haunted House is back again with even more terrifying, 3-Dimensional fun and a new haunted trail "Camp Whispering Pines" where "Every Camp Has a Story" will thrill. Little goblins 12 and under will be able to enjoy the endless Halloween fun at Booville Carnival, a scare-free zone where kids can play games for mini-prizes. There will be two shows in Booville each evening: a Spooky Magic Show with Xachary The Magician (as seen on America's Got Talent) and a Monster Dance-a-Long. New this year is the R.I.P. Pass. This pass will allow you to skip ahead to all of the haunted rides and 6 of the scariest rides (Brain Drain Drop Tower, Timberhawk, Timberaxe, Wild Thing, Disk'O Flashback, & Ring of Fire). For more information about Fright Fest, including hours and a full schedule of events, please visit the website. Buy tickets ahead online or at Albertson's to save.