With the warmer weather ahead and spring in full swing, it’s time to enjoy some frightful-fun al fresco—and make plans to experience thrills and chills at the Great Horror Movie Nights. So pack a picnic and grab a date or meet up with family and friends for some outdoor fun and a horror flick that’s sure to die for.
Brought to you by Ten Thirty One Productions, the Great Horror Movie Night is an outdoor horror movie night series that’s shown under the stars at the Old Griffith Park Zoo. Ten Thirty One Productions, are the same genius creators behind The Los Angeles Haunted Hayride, New York Haunted Hayride, Great Horror Campout, and Ghost Ship, so you know that terror, tricks and treats as well as eerie and enjoyable entertainment is what they do best!
Each night will feature a hilarious host who will raise your spirits with pre-show entertainment, games, and prizes. You can enjoy the movies from the safety of your low lawn chairs and cozy blanket covers, but be warned of the spooky surprises lingering in the night.
And creeping up this weekend, the Great Horror Movie Nights conjures a classic horror flick that you can’t miss, the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre. So mark your calendars and make some calls to meet up with fellow horror fans this Friday, April 21st.
Available for purchase at GreatHorrorMovieNight.com
$17 Online (per movie)
$25 At the door (unless sold out)
$89 Season Pass (so you can enjoy all the frightful flicks)
Gates open at 6:00pm.
April 21– Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Original)
May 5 – Jaws
May 19 – Halloween (Original)
June 2 – Carrie (Original)
Old Griffith Park Zoo
4730 Crystal Springs Dr.
Los Angeles, CA 90027
Parking is free and first come, first served. No overnight parking. Each person in attendance must have a ticket, regardless of age. Film selection may not be suitable for all ages. Please read more about movie ratings at www.mpaa.org/film-ratings. Must present an ID upon arrival. Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable. Event is rain or shine. Smoking and fire are prohibited on the premises. Leave all metal objects in your car. Costumes, masks or props of any kind are not allowed.
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