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Slipknot Scream Park Coming to Sacramento

by Michele Zwolinski

Live entertainment and the opportunity to get piss-your-pants scared? Thank Slipknot, because they’re producing Slipknot’s Scream Park, a month-long event beginning October 2 in Sacramento, CA. The event will feature three distinct haunted houses, each intended for “mature audiences only”, as well as live horror themed entertainment on Fridays and Saturdays beginning October 16. On October 23, the park will host the official pre-party to the Aftershock Music Festival.

Penynywise is just as psyched as we are

Penynywise is just as psyched as we are

The best part? Tickets are under $100. In fact, the general admission tickets are only $25, and the VIP tickets run just $40! That is absolutely fucking nutter butters, if you ask me. Park hopper tickets are also available for $70, which allows buyers access to both Slipknot’s Scream Park and its sister park, Fear Overload Scream Park in San Francisco on any two nights (with VIP perks).

The three haunted houses in Slipknot’s park include “Prepare for Hell”, “Clown’s Playhouse”, and “Skin Ticket”. Clown’s Playhouse boats 3D technology that promises to take the experience “from jaw-dropping to jaw-dropping-off” while Skin Ticket is a total blackout experience with each group given just a flashlight as they try to find their way out of the attraction. As for Prepare for Hell…well, it was voted the scariest in California by HauntWorld, so it should make you shit yourself.

Per the website, the event is rain or shine, parking is free on-site, and the event does not end until every single customer in line has been through the attractions. It might be a theme park in California, but it really might as well call itself The Promised Land.

I would LOVE to hear from anyone who ends up experiencing what promises to be a screaming good time. For the rest of us, here’s a video we can live through vicariously.

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