This Halloween season, experience fun by day and fright by night at Frontier City, Oklahoma’s only theme park, during its annual Fright Fest celebration. This year’s Fright Fest lineup is scarier than ever before with more haunted attractions and over 100 ghouls lurking around every coaster. Face your fears on weekends and select weekdays from September 28-October 31, 2019.
New in 2019
In addition to new haunted houses and spooky shows, the scares from this year's Fright Fest will last longer than ever before. For the first time, the monsters will be sticking around Frontier City through Halloween night.
Kicking off Fright Fest each night is the Festival of Fright parade and new opening show, Zambora. As soon as the sun goes down, you can brave your way through several haunted houses and scare zones scattered between thrill rides. Whether your worst nightmare consists of clowns, mutants or zombies, you can be sure to face them in these horrifying haunts:
- Nightmare Haunted House
- Mayhem Haunted House
- Cirkus Berzerkus
- Quarantine Breach
- The Atomic Fellowship
- Carnival of Chaos
- Beast's Lair
Some haunted attractions require an addition fee and are not recommended for children under 12. Kids are invited to enjoy fright-fee fun before dark at the Little Monster Maze in the park's new Timber Town family area.
Frontier City sets the stage for classic Wild West shows during daytime operation, but you don't want to miss the Fright Fest shows that carry into the night:
- Magic of the Night, a magical production featuring the spookiest illusions of all time.
- Proctors Revenge, a bone-chilling stunt show. (Parental discretion advised.)
- Deadman's Party, a Halloween-themed dance party featuring all walks of death.
- Freak Show Deluxe, a carnival-style sideshow of freaky feats and comedic interludes. (Parental discretion advised.)
Tickets & Hours
Admission tickets, season passes, parking and more can be purchased at FrontierCity.com. While you're there, be sure to check the park's calendar for operating hours and other special events held throughout the year.
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