Creep it real this Halloween season when Scare at Town Square opens to the public on Wednesday, Oct. 2.
The dynamic and immersive pop-up experience will feature more than 15,000 square feet of attractions for thrill-seekers from mild to wild to explore including a haunted maze, phobia rooms, wicked selfie sets, a horror film escape experience, live entertainment, special events and a speakeasy serving custom cocktails.
Produced by Experience Productions, a team of designers and producers with more than 20 years of expertise in developing unique experiences, exhibitions, shows, and events to take over Las Vegas, Scare at Town Square will offer four terrifyingly fun destinations to surprise and delight revelers.
Scare at Town Square
“Get Out!” is not only the name of the maze but also the challenge. With dead ends, tight spaces, state-of-the-art special effects and actor interactions, those brave enough to enter are invited to face their fears and make it to the maze’s end. Beware: Things are not always what they seem in this place.
“Face Your Fears”
It’s often said that the best way to conquer one’s fears is to face them. At Scare at Town Square, that’s not an adage, it’s a dare. From creepy crawlies and demonic clowns to alien abductions and monsters under the bed, guests are invited to take on their greatest phobias while showcasing their bone-chilling interactions with highly photographable Instagrammable moments.
Have what it takes to escape a real-life horror film? Meet Zoe, one of the most successful haunt-based escape experiences, in which players solve a series of puzzles and mysteries to release the trapped spirit of the attraction’s eponymous character. Gather a group of friends and meet this Halloween season’s #SquadGhouls by making it out before it’s too late.
Scare at Town Square is the go-to destination for live entertainment on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays throughout the Halloween season. From dark arts magic and “conjuring” rituals to hypnosis, body painting, music, dance and special programs featuring make-up tips and storytelling, Halloween fanatics won’t want to miss this rotating assortment of experiences to keep ghouls and boys entertained all season long!
Scare at Town Square will be open daily starting at 7 p.m. from Wednesday, Oct. 2 through Sunday, Nov. 10. General admission tickets start at $35 and are now on sale with 40-day, all-access VIP passes available for $125. Purchase tickets before Monday, Sept. 30 to receive a 20% discount using code: 1st2scare. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit their website or call (702) 666-0949. For the latest news and information, follow Scare at Town Square on Facebook and Instagram.
ABOUT EXPERIENCE PRODUCTIONS
For over twenty years, the team at Experience Productions, LLC has been creating and producing pop-up experiences, exhibitions, events and live shows. The company’s portfolio includes exhibits that have toured North America including Tony Hawk | Rad Science and CSI: Crime Scene Insects; the design of special exhibits at various Vegas locations including the Springs Preserve and the Las Vegas Natural History Museum; the creation of the largest annual public educational event in Nevada – the Las Vegas Science & Technology Festival; production credits on hit live shows including Tenors of Rock and John Caparulo’s MadCap Comedy; they were the first company to bring an escape room experience to the Las Vegas Strip; and the production of countless high-profile events. For more information, visit Experience-Productions.com or call (702) 998-7080.
ABOUT TOWN SQUARE LAS VEGAS
A 1.5 million-square-foot shopping, dining and entertainment center on the south end of the Strip. The open-air-center features favorites Saks Off 5th, The Container Store, H&M, Sephora, Apple, Old Navy, Ulta, and Whole Foods Market. Two parks are located in the heart of the square. The westernmost anchor is AMC Theaters. Open M-Th, 10am -9pm; F-Sa, 10am-10pm; Su, 11am-8pm. For more information, visit www.townsquarelasvegas.com or call 702-269-5001.
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