Slipknot’s Scream Park RecapOctober 26, 2015 - Events
Slipknot’s Scream Park, the Sacramento event produced by Slipknot and Halloween event company Scream Park California, has announced their plans for this year’s attractions, and they are ambitious. Slipknot’s partnership with the horror giant Scream Park California is the first of its kind, and, according to event producers, will result in a whole new brand of horror entertainment.
This year, the event will boast three attractions. The first of which is called Prepare for Hell, a nod to Slipknot’s most recent concert tour. The website’s description of the haunted house reads “Welcome to the bowels of hell. Stylized in the vein of Slipknot, this haunted attraction brings you through hell’s most obscene and shocking layer, reserved only for the most heinous individuals. What you see can never be unseen.” While the description is somewhat cryptic, based on the event’s history, we can expect Hollywood-quality sets.
The second attraction is called Clown’s Playhouse. On the Slipknot’s Scream Park website, the description reads “Traverse the mind of Clown in this hardcore fluorescent attraction. This attraction features high-shock clowns and vibrant creatures who reside in Clown’s extensive imagination. Escape his mind in this labyrinth before the creatures corner you. This haunted attraction utilizes 3D chroma-depth technology, augmenting this nightmare from jaw-dropping to jaw-dropping-off.” Attendees can expect a colorful cast of horrific, nightmarish creatures in this one.
The third and last attraction will be entitled Skin Ticket, named for one of Slipknot’s most popular songs on their Iowa album. This haunt puts you in the shoes of urban explorers who have unwittingly stumbled upon the home of an atrocious serial killer. “You thought it was abandoned – until you smelled the rancid decay of rotting flesh.” The best part? Each group will be given only one flashlight, and the rooms and hallways are all pitch dark.
The event is open twenty nights throughout October, starting on the 2nd. For tickets and information, visit ScreamParkCalifornia.com.