Drive-in Horror Movies + Live Monsters At Clark County Event Center This Halloween
Treadway Events announced today “The Cinema of Horrors: Drive-In Experience,” a new contactless, Halloween experience is coming to the Clark County Fairgrounds & Event Center. This unique horror movie drive-in series offers a COVID-19 safe way to celebrate Halloween in 2020. The month-long event features twelve of the scariest horror blockbuster movies and combines real live actors, over the top lighting and special effects throughout the film each night.
Since many indoor haunted houses and Halloween parties canceled, this is the next best option for many thrill-seekers.
“Our team has been working on a variety of ways to pivot from our normal indoor haunted house events since COVID-19 gathering bans went into effect. We’re excited to be able to bring Halloween and horror fans together to enjoy our favorite horror films and safely celebrate Halloween with scares along the way,” says Brandon Treadway, President & Creative Director at Treadway Events.
The Cinema of Horrors Drive-In will run for twelve nights, weekends in October. Tickets are on sale now at a discounted rate of $49.00 per vehicle. Prices rise to $59.00 on October 1st, 2020. Since tickets went on sale, most shows have already hit nearly 50% capacity. There are no age limits, but parents are encouraged to use discretion based on the film rating each night.
The event is 50 percent sold out, so thrill seekers are encouraged to purchase tickets soon.
For film listings, tickets, and more event information, visit www.CinemaOfHorrors.com.
To view the promotional video, visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7os2Oy9jYLU
About Treadway Events: Treadway Events is a full-service event management agency based in Portland, OR. Helping nonprofit organizations, individuals, and Fortune 500 companies in Oregon, Washington deliver unmissable live event experiences. Treadway produces and owns a variety of annual, themed events such as the Cinema of Horrors haunted house in Kelso, WA.
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