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PRESS RELEASE: 75,000 Square Foot Haunted Attraction Fright Ride to Open in Las Vegas This October

Las Vegas haunter Jason Egan (of the long-running Fright Dome and The Official SAW Escape Room) has returned for the 2020 haunt season with the 75,000 square foot immersive haunt, Fright Ride, for October.

World-Renowned Haunted Attraction Team Returns to
Las Vegas to Launch Nevada’s Largest Indoor Halloween event

For those that dare… tickets on sale now for “Fright Ride” 2020 Halloween season 

For official trailer/ Broll, courtesy Fright Ride, click here 

LAS VEGAS (September 3, 2020) –Beginning Thursday, Oct. 1, the creative team behind the critically acclaimed Fright Dome haunted attraction will make its return to Las Vegas with a newly designed Halloween event. Fright Ride will transform a 75,000 “scare” foot facility into an immersive and terrifying haunted attraction.

“For more than 15 years Fright Dome called Las Vegas home, being recognized annually as one of the best haunted attractions in the world,” said Jason Egan. “We had begun planning its resurgence when we saw what was happening around the world with Halloween attractions shutting down due to the pandemic. We knew it was time to bring the team out of retirement to save Halloween and the rapidly dwindling entertainment industry here in the town we love. Fright Ride will bring fans the same level of horror-filled entertainment that they experienced at Fright Dome but in a socially-distanced environment specifically tailored to COVID-19 protocols.”

Despite Fright Dome closing in 2017, Egan did not walk away from the horror industry altogether. His top ranked Las Vegas based escape room, The Official SAW Escape, has made headlines with its cinematic quality sets and scares. Egan’s love of the Halloween season left a yearning to embark upon a new venture in true Fright Dome fashion.

That drive to breathe renewed life into Halloween was shared by Fright Ride co-producers Marcel Correa and Brandon Lea. While following a longtime passion for horror and embarking on his first ever haunted attraction, Correa is no stranger to the event world as owner of RVLTN Events, which hosts hundreds of events annually at notable venues throughout Southern Nevada. As owner of Expired Collective, Lea merges his creativity and obsession of all things horror in everyday operations for his record label, clothing brand and events.

“Entertainment is an important part of any community, but in Las Vegas it is our heartbeat,” said Marcel Correa. “People have come to rely on RVLTN Events not only for delivering unique and memorable experiences, but also for providing a safe environment for all of our attendees, we plan to continue that in our Fright Ride project. Partnering with Jason and his team is exciting because we know quality and safety is top priority to them as well as continuing the tradition of providing top-ranked Halloween events.”

 As guests arrive at Fright Ride’s elusive “Research Lab” they will be whisked away to a nurse’s station where a zombie-like medical staff will greet them to begin their fear diagnosis. After a brief show, guests will board research transport vehicles, in the form of environmentally friendly electric carts, to traverse the 75,000 square foot venue for their nightmarish journey through “Dr. Craven’s” top secret corridors. Encountering dreadful inhabitants and scientists gone mad that lurk within are among the many twists and turns guests will experience as they face their fears and join the experiment.

In accordance with Nevada COVID-19 guidelines, the Fright Ride team has worked to institute a series of safety protocols in order to create a safe, socially distanced, and responsible environment for Halloween fans, including:

  • Facility will operate at minimal percentage of its operating capacity at all times
  • Groups are limited to six guests maximum, with larger groups divided if needed.
  • All guests, staff, actors, etc. entering the Fright Ride facility will be required to wear a face covering (mask) and/or face shield at all times.
  • Fright Ride personnel, actors and vendors will be screened for COVID-19 utilizing Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) informed screening and temperature checks.
  • All guests will receive visit-specific entry times and be required to remain in their personal vehicle until their booked arrival time
  • Social distancing will be practiced in all areas of the attraction. Pathways have been widened to ensure that distancing can be maintained.
  • Fright Ride will practice enhanced cleaning protocols including transport vehicle cleaning after each group, sanitization stations placed throughout the facility, etc.

Fright Ride, located in the heart of Las Vegas on Industrial Road and Wyoming Avenue, is open select nights from 6:30 p.m. to midnight Oct. 1 – Oct. 31. Reservations are required and it is recommended to purchase in advance as availability each night will be limited in order to keep environment in sync with COVID-19 protocols.

General admission tickets start at $24.99, with additional VIP/Premium upgrades available that offer guests express entry and a souvenir lanyard and credential. Updates on Fright Ride are available online at frightride.com, on Instagram @frightride, on Twitter @FrightRide and by following Fright Ride on Facebook. Join in on the conversation using #FrightRide

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