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Woodshock Stage is rocking at Shocktober Fest!

Press release   •   Oct 22, 2013 12:46 BST

Crawley's award winning Halloween attraction Shocktober Fest is looking forward to welcome a whole host of talented musicians to its Woodshock LIVE Music stage, as organisers get ready for the main run of the popular Halloween Scream Park.

Preparations are in place for Thursday, when the Scream Park opens again and will stay open until the closing night on the 2nd of November.  Every one of the ten nights that the popular Scream Park will be open, a different band will take to the stage.

Having already hosted The Boomtown Rats, Dr and the Medics and The Troggs plus many more, toe-tapping excitement is beginning to build as fans are keen to experience the thrills and spills of the park and calm their nerves enjoying their favourite bands.

Eddie & The Hot Rods are getting set to perfrom this Thursday (24th) the same night that the Scream Park will welcome the whole of the Crawley Town football club.  On Friday evening (25th) the WoodShock LIVE stage will host local rockers Cherry Bomb with Fourpointoh, High Octane Junkies, Bad Boy Boogie, The Lambrettas, Contraband Blues Bnad, The Big G's Band, Classix and Complex completing the impressive and talented musical line-up.

Tickets are available to purchase online now through visting www.shocktoberfest.co.uk

 

Editor’s Notes

PHOTOGRAPH: The Troggs 

Shocktober Fest Scream Park at Tulleys Farm 

Shocktober Fest Scream Park at Tulleys Farm is an interactive and immersive Haunted Adventure with six main Haunts; the infamous Haunted Hayride, The Creepy Cottage, Hell-ements, Twisted Maze, The Cellar, and new for 2013, 'Woodshock ... Rottin since 69!' in the haunted cornfield. It has been named Halloween event of the year in the Halloween industry Screamie awards for the past three years running.

The Scream Park also incorporates three Food Courts, Street Theatre, and NEW for 2013 -
the WoodShock live stage, Cirque de Shock, the Haunted Fun Fair (additional
ride charges apply) and the After Shock (Red Cross) Bar.

This year Shocktober Fest runs for 17 nights between 10 October and 2 November.

Thurs 10 – Sat 12, Thurs 17 – Sun 20, then daily Thurs 24 October – Sat 2 November. Gates
open at 6.00pm (5.00pm on peak nights). The park closes at midnight. 

Fireworks Festival Finale - Saturday 2nd November, the last night of Shocktober Fest, is also a spectacular Fireworks display choreographed to music, 7pm. 

Online ticket prices range from £9.95 for the off-peak Street Pass which gives access to the street entertainment and live bands on the WoodShock stage to £32.95 for a peak night X-Scream pass for all six rides and attractions. For the best prices and to guarantee admission you are advised to buy tickets online in advance. Tickets on the gate are more expensive and may sell out on peak nights www.tulleyshalloween.co.uk.

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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