Month: October 2015 (page 1 of 4)

Orange County Events Update: October 29, 2015 at 07:08PM

The first annual Viva la Vida Santa Ana Dia de los Muertos Festival is this Sunday 11/1 in Santa Ana. Music, altars, food, shopping & more! Event takes place at the Santa Ana Train Station from 11am to 9pm. FREE to attend. More info: http://ocevent.co/1M0ueZg

Orange County Events Update: October 27, 2015 at 06:14PM

We’ve put together a list of some scary, creepy and terrifying Halloween experiences happening this week in Orange County. You’ll want to leave the kids at home for these!

Thanks to our pal Albert Lam for this awesome picture from the Huntington Haunt Experience. You can find him on Instagram as disneyphotoblography

–>Huntington Haunt Experience in Huntington Beach.
What you can expect: “The Huntington Haunt Experience is no ordinary haunted house, but an interactive experience where you can literally become part of the story, which can be best described as part haunted house, part theatre, and part interactive ‘moving’ play where the audience becomes involved in the twisted tale!”.
Dates: 10/28 & 10/29 (7pm-10pm), 10/30 & 10/31 (7pm-12am). Admission required and advanced ticket purchases are recommended. More info: http://ocevent.co/1MfzjMg

–>Higgins Manor in Mission Viejo.
What you can expect: “The best home haunt in South OC…Every October, an ominous house begins to materialize from beyond the deathly veil to scare and thrill families in the sleepy Orange County suburb of Mission Viejo. This year, Master William P. Higgins III is bringing even more of his frightfully delightful terror to the Singapore Street cul-de-sac that becomes a dead end of absolute fear come Halloween night.” Dates: 10/30-10/31. FREE to attend but donations are being accepted for the Greendog Foundation. More info: http://ocevent.co/1N3D10E

–>The 17th Door in Tustin.
What you can expect: A 30 minute experience moving through 17 rooms. “Everything inside this realm, which assaults your senses, is real. All you’ll feel on your flesh, the heat and the freezing chill, is real. The putrid odor that invades your nose from the stench of her rotting life is real.”
Dates: 10/27-11/1. Admission required and advanced ticket purchases are recommended. More info: http://ocevent.co/1GuyymL

–>Sinister Point in Brea.
What you can expect: “A terrifyingly unique experience, where you along with a single guest will encounter a nearly 30-minute fear challenge that will require complete trust from your partner”.
Dates: 10/29-11/1, 11/5-11/8. Admission required and advanced ticket purchases are recommended. More info: http://ocevent.co/1jMMmie

–>Perdition Home in Yorba Linda.
What you can expect: “Year-to-year, we’re guaranteed to be the goriest and most disturbing local home haunt: just the way YOU like it!”.
Dates: 10/30-11/2. 6:30pm-10pm. FREE to attend. More info: http://ocevent.co/1RyuvWI

–>Knott’s Scary Farm in Buena Park.
What you can expect: 11 mazes, scare zones, 1000 roaming monsters, an Elvira show, The hanging & more.
Dates: 10/28-10/31. Admission required and advanced ticket purchases are recommended. http://ocevent.co/1ibvvUF

–>The Empty Grave in Laguna Hills.
What you can expect: “The Empty Grave is an immersive walk through haunted house. We feature state of the art special effects, special lighting, animatronics and live actors to provide you with a one of a kind haunted house experience that is like no other.” Dates: 10/29-11/1. Admission required. More info: http://ocevent.co/1k6fqAT

Orange County Events Update: October 25, 2015 at 08:31PM

What a magnificent sunset! This was captured tonight in Laguna beach by our pal Sven. You can find him on Instagram as svenjohnston
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