Sin City Scare Fair Hosts 'LGBT Night Out' on October 30
Grab your friends and come and celebrate a night out at Las Vegas' newest and haunting Halloween attraction, Sin City Scare Fair (121 E. Sunset Rd., Las Vegas). For one-night only, Sin City Scare Fair is hosting an "LGBT Night OUT" where guests can receive $10 off general admission simply by saying "Hocus Pocus" on Wednesday, Oct. 30.
The bone-chilling 60,000-square-foot festival features two frightfully-fun haunted houses in one; "Nightmares," which breaks the traditional mold of a singularly themed haunted house and "Coulrophopia 3D: No Laughing Matter," bringing guests' senses and fears of clowns to new heights. Guests can also ride the "Terror Track" where they will race on a haunted track in state-of-the-art drifting Go-Karts. Visitors can also take a ride on "The Last Ride," a burial simulator where they try to get comfortable in a real used coffin. The coffin will then take guests on a ride that one rarely gets to enjoy while alive. Hear, feel and even smell what it is going to be like when your time comes.
For those who can't handle the terror of the hair-raising haunts, Sin City Scare Fair has other elements the whole family can enjoy throughout the Halloween season including a pumpkin patch, an arcade, plus food and shopping.
Sin City Scare Fair will be open for the rest of the Halloween season from Oct. 25 - Oct. 31 at 121 E. Sunset Rd, just behind the Callaway Golf Center. Ticket prices range from $30 - $55 and guests can purchase a onetime jump-the-line-pass for an additional $10 to be used at the attraction of their choice. All tickets include full access to the festival and one time admittance into both of the haunted houses and "The Last Ride." For a complete schedule of when Sin City Scare Fair is open and for more information, visit www.sincityscarefair.com.
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