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DATES: Every night from Friday, October 13th to Sunday, October 29th
TIMES: Sundays to Thursdays: 6:30pm - 10:30pm
Fridays & Saturdays: 6:30pm - midnight
PARKING & ENTRANCE: Stay tuned for more information about where we'll be for 2017!
TICKETS: We applaud advance ticket purchases, but in case you need 'em you can purchase tickets at the entrance.
FOOD & DRINKS: In the Festival area you'll find savory foods, seasonal treats & drinks, and booze. Stay tuned for a detailed vendor list.
FESTIVAL AREA: In addition to food & drinks, our festival area is full of activities for the whole family. Face painting, corn hole, vendors, photo ops, movie screenings, and more!
COSTUMES: Studies overwhelmingly show when you dress up for Pumpkin Nights the amount of Halloween fun you have increases like crazy.* Remember to leave the props and weapons at home.
*Studies have not actually been performed, but we suspect this to be true.
When you spot the face-in-hole photo ops you'll know you've arrived. Already have your tickets? Go to the gates. Need to purchase tickets? A limited number of at the door tickets will be sold each night.
Take a pit stop to grab food & beverages, watch a movie, and check out our vendors! More information here.
Stay tuned for information about where we'll be located in Twin Cities for 2017!
Enter your email address to be added to our VIP Pumpkinhead List. Only the specialist of offers & electrifying updates will be sent your way.
Tickets are non-refundable, but they are transferable. If you can't make it to Pumpkin Nights (we'll sincerely miss you) give the tickets to a friend. They'll love ya forever.
Pumpkin Nights is a rain, snow, or moonlight event. We'll only close our gates when the public's safety is at stake.
During the festival, check back here (or follow us on our Facebook Event Page) for real time Festival updates.
It's time to pull out your Halloween best. Remember, masks are a-okay but leave those props and weapons at home.
REMEMBER: this is an outdoor event. Dress weather appropriate.
Yes! The young and young at heart will fully embrace each and every world they encounter. While there are spooky elements (fog machines, coffins, and inflatable spiders), we left the jump scares, blood, and gore on the shelf.
The path is approximately half-mile long, and is wheelchair and stroller friendly.
From face painting, to photo-ops, to trick-or-treating, and eating we've gathered the cream of the Halloween crop. Check out what's awaiting you below:
(check back for vendor updates)
Perhaps...we're working out the details. It's looking oh-so-promising.
Unfortunately this is a hard no, unless it's a service animal.
You can, however, sport your best canine or feline costume.