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Shocktober Fest 2013 closes with a whizz, pop, BANG!

Press Release   •   Nov 03, 2013 00:10 GMT

Lighting up the night sky over Crawley on Saturday evening, Tulleys Farm provided a tremendous fireworks finale for hundreds of visitors gathered to celebrate the close of the Shocktober Fest Scream Park for another year. 

Ending the 18 nights of fright, the fire show and fireworks display thrilled the crowds, providing perfect entertainment for a cold November evening.

Packed in to the farm's top field, thrill seekers, scare fans, families and friends took pleasure in watching the spectacle of a fire show. Over twenty minutes of explosions filled the night sky with colour, as the impressive show, choreographed to rhythmic and funky music, worked in harmony.

The Scream Park welcomed over 50,000 visitors during its Halloween season this year, exceeding previous years attendance. Firmly remaining as one of the UK's most popular Halloween attractions, Stuart Beare is delighted at how well the event has gone.

"Despite a little wet and windy weather this year's Shocktober Fest has been fantastic. We've had the pleasure of entertaining thousands of visitors with our award winning haunts and street theatre and have been delighted with seeing how the addition of our live music each night and a haunting
funfair has added extra value to our offering. We can't wait until next year, when we return with even more. Our scare fans are encouraged to keep an eye on the Tulleys Farm website throughout the year, as plans for further frightening entertainment, such as Zombie Laser Tag and a Horror Film Festival are in development." 

The Tulleys Farm event website can be viewed at clicking on http://www.tulleysfarm.com/ 

Each October Stuart Beare opens the UK’s biggest Halloween themed attraction the Shocktober Fest Scream Park at Tulleys Farm. Up to 5000 people a night attend the event which includes six different haunted attractions and rides plus many other Halloween themed shows and activities. It has been voted the UK’s No1 Halloween Attraction in the Screamie Awards for the past three years running.

This year the event runs for 17 nights between 10 October and 2 November. Ticket prices range from £9.95 for the off-peak Street Pass which gives access to the street  entertainment and live bands to £29.95 for a peak night X-scream pass for all six rides and attractions. Tickets should be booked online in advance online at www.TulleysHalloween.co.uk

Families with younger children have their own event the Spooktacular by Day family Halloween event at Tulleys Farm is open on the weekend of 19 & 20 October then daily from 26 October – 2 November.  Activities for families and young children including; Horrid hayride, creepy cottage, boo barn, pumpkin shy, giant slides and fancy dress parades. Admission for a family of 4 ranges from £42.95 to £54.95.

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