OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (September 26, 2016) – Frontier City’s spine-tingling Halloween spooktacular is back for its 27th year with something for the bravest at heart to the littlest ghouls and goblins. This year’s FrightFest celebration will run Friday nights (with extended daily hours for Fall Break on October 14 and 21), Saturdays, and Sundays from October 1-30.

Haunted House and Scare Zones

Dare to be scared in four FREE scare zones before you brave your way through the Nightmare Haunted House – a horrifying maze of terror with over 30 rooms of your worst nightmares brought to life. Admission to the Haunted House is an additional $5 per person. All haunted attractions will open by 7:30 PM each night and are not recommended for guests under the age of 12.

BooVille Trick-or-Treat Trail

FrightFest isn’t all chills and thrills. Children 54” and under can experience its sweeter side with a trick-or-treat trail made just for them! BooVille is FREE with park admission and runs Saturday and Sunday in Frontier City’s Kiddie Land from 4:00 to 6:00 PM.

Live Entertainment

Bone-chilling shows are making their way to the stages of Frontier City at this year’s FrightFest! All walks of death kick-off each night’s FrightFestivities with our annual Monster Dance and Festival of Fright Parade. Back for 2016 is a thrilling, carnival-style sideshow you’ll have to see to believe! Hollywood’s own Freak Show Deluxe will show nightly at 7:00 and 9:00 PM in the Opera House. Visit FrontierCity.com for a complete list of shows, times, and locations. Parental discretion is advised for all nighttime entertainment.

Frontier City will be running a food drive during the entire month of October benefiting the BritVil Food Pantry in Oklahoma City. Each guest that donates two non-perishable food items will get into the park for just $26.99 + tax – a spooky $13 savings off main gate General Admission.


About Frontier City Frontier City Theme Park, operated by Premier Parks, LLC, is Oklahoma’s largest theme park and celebrating its 58th season.