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HalloWeekends, Cedar Point’s annual fall family festival, makes its much-anticipated return to the park on Friday night, Sept.
17, and continues select days and nights through Halloween on Oct. 31. Along with the rides and roller coasters of Cedar Point, more than 50 HalloWeekends attractions and activities are included with park admission. New this year, guests have even more time to scream in the park with expanded day and nighttime hours in October.
HalloWeekends features two distinct themed events built for every fan of fall. Kids and families can enjoy the daytime Tricks and Treats Fall Fest, with activities like the Tricks and Treats Costume Contest, pumpkin decorating, trick-or-treating, hay bale and corn stalk mazes, a challenge course, themed midway games, coloring and crafts, mask making and live entertainment.
When the sun goes down, ominous lights and fog fill select midways as Haunt rises.
New this year, Banished takes over the Frontier Trail. In Banished, malevolent beings from the nearby wilderness seek revenge on the townsfolk who betrayed them and sent them far from civilization.
In addition, the Blood on the Bayou outdoor fright zone makes its debut in a new location on Adventure Island. In total, six outdoor fright zones and five indoor haunted houses are ready to welcome fans of frights and are included with park admission.
Northeast Ohio’s Midnight Syndicate returns to the Jack Aldrich Theatre in Midnight Syndicate: Conspiracy of Shadows. The horror music duo, known for their creepy blend of chilling orchestral music and sound effects, will set the Halloween mood in this journey of music, sight and sound. Also back by popular demand, the serene Glass Blowing Theater is transformed for a special rendition of the Edgar Allan Poe classic, The Tell-Tale Heart. The spine-tingling reading joins more than 10 live shows like The Fangtastics, Monster Mash-up with The Shrieks Band and Ghouling Pianos.
Foodies will have plenty to sink their teeth into during HalloWeekends. Cedar Point’s culinary team has conjured up more than 20 hand-crafted delights for the Tricks and Treats Food Tasting Tour. The tour includes tastes like maple pepper bacon flatbread, pumpkin bread pudding, cinnamon bread grilled cheese, candy corn cupcakes and more.
The Night of the Living Fed all-you-can-eat meal returns with a menu offering bucatini pasta, herb-crusted rib roast, apple harvest salad, garlic parmesan duchess potatoes, chicken tenders, pumpkin and pecan pies, corn pie spoonbread and more. The immersive, themed dining experience surrounds guests in haunted décor, sound and light, and a few special guests – the monsters of Cedar Point, known as Screamsters. The Tricks and Treats Food Tasting Tour and Night of the Living Fed meal are available on select days and times. Tasting cards and tickets for each are available for purchase online and at the park.
Guests can up the ante on their fall visit with the new HalloWeekends VIP Experience.
The special package includes access to a VIP lounge featuring a private bar, game day snacks, water, craft beer and one-time Fright Lane or Fast Lane Plus vouchers. The HalloWeekends VIP Experience is available for an additional fee.
Guests can save on tickets when they purchase online in advance.
Visiting HalloWeekends is easy with a 2022 Gold Pass. The Gold Pass includes admission to Cedar Point for the rest of 2021 and all of 2022, including Cedar Point Shores Waterpark, free parking, Early Entry and more. To purchase a 2022 Gold Pass, or to learn more about HalloWeekends, including the expanded dates and hours, guests can visit cedarpoint.com.
Halloween costumes, masks and face paint are not permitted for guests age 13 and older.