FREAKLING BROS. HORROR SHOWS OPENS 29TH HORRIFYING YEAR WITH TWO NEW SCARES
Award-winning horror shows return with three expertly-crafted, nationally-ranked haunts, fortune tellers, food trucks and two new experiences, including The Men’s Room and Death Swamp
Located in the IKEA parking lot at 6555 S. Riley St. in Southwest Las Vegas, dates of operation will be Oct. 1 – 3, Oct. 7 – 10 and Oct. 14 – 31
Freakling Bros. Horror Shows is back from the dead and ready for its 29th spin-chilling season! Rated the scariest haunt in the country by USA Today, Freakling Bros. Horror Shows offers a hellishly-curated festival of nightmares – three expertly-crafted haunts in one horrifying location, including Nevada’s first and only R-rated attraction, Gates of Hell, the experimental COVEN of 13 and the classic Castle Vampyre.
Located in the IKEA parking lot at 6555 S. Riley St. in Southwest Las Vegas, Freakling Bros. Horror Shows returns Friday, Oct. 1, 2021 at 7 p.m. Dates of operation will be Oct. 1 – 3, Oct. 7 – 10 and Oct. 14 – 31.
New for the 2021 Halloween season, guests will experience the darker side of Freakling Bros. Horror Shows, with two new haunting experiences – The Men’s Room and Death Swamp. Unlike anything ever seen in a haunted house before, The Men’s Room is immersive, uncompromising and even wickedly funny. Both shocking and disturbing, it’s an experience that will leave guests guessing about what will come next. Continuing the path to the Gates of Hell, guests will go below the surface of the radioactive, viscous sludge and encounter the hideous aberrations of the dark depths of Death Swamp.
Owned and operated by father-and-son team Duke and JT Mollner, Freakling Bros Horror Shows offers a trilogy of terrifying haunts, including the first-ever R-rated attraction in Gates of Hell, an experiment in serious, uncompromising, interactive horror; the groundbreaking COVEN of 13, a horrifying journey through witches, warlocks and black magic; and the timeless classic Castle Vampyre, a magical and horrific voyage through Nosferatu’s castle. A fan favorite, Castle Vampyre was scheduled to be retired in 2019, but is returning this season for an encore performance.
The Freakling Bros. Horror Shows box office will operate from 7 p.m. to midnight on Fridays and Saturdays and from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Sundays – Thursdays, through Thursday, Oct. 21. The box office will also remain open until midnight from Friday, Oct. 22 through Sunday, Oct. 31. Haunt lines will be CLOSED 45 minutes after the ticket booth closes.
For the first time ever, Freakling Bros Horror Shows passes are “All You Can Scream”. Park admission is $50 per person and includes UNLIMITED trips through all three haunts on the night of purchase. General admission Passes also include a FREE trip to the Freakling Bros resident Fortune Teller (find out when you’ll die!), nightly food trucks and up-close-and-personal performances by the Freakling scare characters. The show starts when you enter the park! Cashman Photo will also be on site nightly, offering group souvenir photos.
VIP fast pass t-shirts are available for $20 and good throughout the entirety of the 2021 Halloween season. In addition, special season passes are available for the 2021 season: the Cadaver Club, available for $200, includes unlimited trips through the haunts for the entire season (excluding Halloween), a commemorative skeleton key and private VIP entrance to the park, and the VIP Cadaver Club, available for $250 per person, includes unlimited trips through the haunts for the entire season (including Halloween), a commemorative skeleton key, private VIP entrance to the park, a souvenir photo, special edition t-shirt, VIP Fast Pass and a private backstage tour with the Freakling Bros creators. All passes must be purchased online at FreaklingBros.com. Special $5 off coupons are available exclusively at freaklingbros.com. Guests must bring a PRINTED COPY to exchange for each discount (one discount per admission). For the first time ever, tickets and fast-pass t-shirts will be available for advanced purchase online at freaklingbros.com.
For more information on Freakling Bros. Horror Shows and discounts on show passes, please visit FreaklingBros.com or call 362-FEAR. Keep up with Freakling Bros Horror Shows on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook at @FreaklingBros.
Freakling Bros. Horror Shows is going above and beyond to ensure the safety and well-being of all guests and employees by implementing reasonable and effective COVID-19 safety protocols. Face coverings are required for all guests and employees while inside the horror park. Guests will enter the haunts with the group they arrive with and will not be combined with guests they do not know. In addition, the spacing between groups will be extended, limiting the amount of patrons inside the haunts at one time. All Freakling Bros Horror Shows staff are required to be fully vaccinated. Guests who have not received their COVID-19 vaccine, are experiencing COVID-related symptoms or live with someone who has recently tested positive, are asked to stay home.
ABOUT FREAKLING BROS. HORROR SHOWS
Established in 1976, Freakling Bros. Horror Shows, creators of Las Vegas’ premier haunted attractions, unveiled the city’s first free-standing haunted attraction. In 1992, they introduced the industry’s first six-trailer, self-contained mobile attraction, paving the way for a new concept in haunted houses that would sweep the country. In 2011, Duke and son JT Mollner introduced the first-ever R-rated attraction in Gates of Hell. An experiment in serious, uncompromising, interactive horror, Gates of Hell helped Freakling Bros. earn top honors from The Scare Zone, earning a score of 6 on a scale of 0 – 5. Freakling Bros. was also named #1 in the Western United States. In 2015, Freakling Bros. introduced the groundbreaking COVEN of 13, a horrifying journey through witches, warlocks and black magic.
The 2021 season is dedicated to Deanna (Dede) Mollner and Master Peter Schneider. Both integral parts of the Freakling Family. We will hold them in our dark hearts eternally.