The newly transformed Screams opens Friday and will run every Friday and Saturday night through Oct. 27. All five of the Screams haunted houses have been completely redesigned and enhanced for the park's 23rd season and scores of haunting new characters have been added for what is sure to be one of the scariest Screams experience ever.
As always, Screams is not recommended for children under 16.
"Screams is haunted houses and a whole lot more, providing an entire night of Halloween fun that also includes live entertainment, Scary-Oke, Psychic Readings, Palm Readings, games of skill, shops and more," reads a Screams press release. "Plus, there’s food and drink at our food court, full-service restaurant and bar and pubs."
The festivities this weekend feature a live DJ and the Scary-Oke Battle presented by KSCS on Saturday. Every weekend will offer a different line-up of entertainment so check ScreamsPark.com and social media for updates.
The park is opened from 7:30 p.m. - 1 a.m. Single admission price is $35 at the gate and includes all five haunted houses, live entertainment and Scary-Oke. Visitors may go through the haunted houses as many times as they like — and as the crowds will allow. To cut the wait times in half, visitors can also purchase a "Fast Pass" for $20 in advance or during their visit at the gate or at the Fast Pass kiosk.
Discount tickets can be purchased in advance online at ScreamsPark.com. Discount coupons are available at North Texas MetroPCS stores and at Waxahachie Nissan. Waxahachie Nissan is also offering two free tickets with a test drive while supplies last.
Screams is located off Interstate-35E at exit 399A on the Scarborough Faire site.
Parking is free compliments of Waxahachie Nissan. Screams is sponsored by Dr Pepper and MetroPCS.
For more information visit ScreamsPark.com, ScreamsPark on FaceBook, Twitter or Instagram. The Screams hashtag is #ScreamsPark.