Los Angeles Haunted Hayride 2019

In just 5 short days, you can experience the Los Angeles Haunted Hayride 2019.  The scares begin on Saturday, September 28th.  It’s open every weekend throughout October, and select weekday dates in both October and November.  Look for special super saving nights on Sept. 28th, October 16th, 23rd, 28th, and Nov 1st and 2nd. General admission runs about $45, and VIP admission is about $60.  There’s also options for the hayride only, private wagons, and a Platinum VIP Experience. The venue promises the scariest year ever!  New event themes this year include Midnight Falls, an all new Haunted Hayride, The Midnight Mortuary maze, The Roadkill Ranch maze, the reimagined Trick or Treat, and the Town Square scare zone. The event takes 

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Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights 2019

It’s that time of year in Los Angeles that the locals love.  Endless summers are great, but we also thrive on cooler temperatures, and the upcoming Halloween season.  It’s massive here, and we’ll do many upcoming blogs on things to do in Los Angeles for Halloween. First up…Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights 2019 is up and running. They kicked it off 2 days ago with a fan appreciation night.  Remember, this is the same studio that started the monster movie genre decades ago on their backlot! Catch this exciting scare fest on select nights between now and November 3rd, 2019. Universal Studios is offering special discounts during the 1st  two weekends of this event.  If you’re looking for the VIP treatment, 

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Los Angeles Halloween Family Fun at Farmers Market

Los Angeles Halloween events are everywhere — at Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Universal Studios, Disneyland, West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval, and the tourist and local favorite, Farmers Market L.A. From The Original Farmers Market L.A. website: Fall is officially here and we have great fun in store for all! Join us in celebrating 81 years of great family fun with our longest-running event, Fall Festival, on Saturday and Sunday, October 17 and 18. Did you know Fall Festival started just a few months after the Market opened in 1934? Originally created to celebrate the fall harvest, Fall Festival featured a parade with floats built by Market tenants to promote their businesses. You may not see a parade this year, but you will 

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