Ready for some spooktacular fun in Salt Lake City? This October, Pumpkin Nights, will launch in Salt Lake City—inviting the community to experience the essence of Halloween while walking through ten immersive lands created with over 3,000 hand-carved pumpkins. The outdoor, family friendly Halloween walkthrough will be open for 17 days—kicking off on Friday, October 13 through Sunday, October 29 at the Utah State Fairpark.
Pumpkin Nights captivated Halloween-lovers with its exceptional 2016 launch in Twin Cities, attracting over 20,000 visitors in 18 days, selling out multiple dates. The Salt Lake City location will be home to several of the iconic installations of Twin Cities, such as Pumpkin Passage—a nod to Harry Potter’s Great Hall, Rum River Pirates—the tropical island land where pirates protect the pumpkin treasure, Dia de los Muertos—where a pumpkin mariachi band serenades visitors, and sugar skulls hang overhead, and The Great Pumpkin Reef—an underwater pumpkin marvel, filled with bubbles, mermaids, and coral.
In addition to the immersive lands, the Festival of Pumpkin Nights offers a variety of food, seasonal beverages, movie screenings, and activities for the whole family. Visitors are highly encouraged to come dressed in their Halloween costumes; masks are permitted, but props and weapons should be kept at home.
Tickets will be available for purchase online starting on Tuesday, September 5at 9:00 a.m. MDT at www.PumpkinNights.com.
Tickets are sold for specific dates and times. Children three and under are free, kids (4-12) and seniors (60+) are $16, and adults are $20. Family Packs, includes two adult and two kid tickets, are available for $64. Weeknight specials are also available—featuring deals for Monday through Thursday—visit www.PumpkinNights.com for more details.
Pumpkin Nights will also be returning to Twin Cities, Minn. for its second year and launching its third location in Auburn, Calif. in 2017. Join the Most Delightful Halloween Tradition on social media by following along on Instagram @PumpkinNightsFest. For city specific information follow Pumpkin Nights on Facebook/PumpkinNightsFest and sign up for the latest updates at www.PumpkinNights.com. Share your Pumpkin Nights experience with #PumpkinNights.
Friday, October 13 – Sunday, October 29
Sunday to Thursday from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Friday and Saturday from 6:30 p.m. to Midnight
Utah State Fairpark
Salt Lake City, UT 84116
Adults (13-59) | $20
Seniors (60+) | $16
Kids (4-12) | $16
Children (3 & Under) | FREE
Family Pack (2 Adults & 2 Kids) |$64
About Pumpkin Nights
From the creators of The Color Run comes Pumpkin Nights, 17 days of Halloween enchantment, transporting participants into immersive lands of wonder and nostalgia over a half-mile walking path. Over 3,000 artistically, hand-carved funkins and pumpkins with multi-sensory elements, and a festival area with food, vendors and activations make Pumpkin Nights the Most Delightful Halloween Tradition. The event will run from Friday, October 13 through Sunday, October 29 in Twin Cities, Minn.; Auburn, Calif.; and Salt Lake City, Utah. To learn more about Pumpkin Nights follow on Instagram @pumpkinnightsfest or visit www.pumpkinnights.com. Share your Pumpkin Nights experience with #PumpkinNights.
Pumpkin Nights is a product of Bigsley™ Event House, a leading creator of experiential events including: The Color Run®, The Color Run Night®, Dam Train Race, Electric Run® and Soul Pose™.
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