Labor Day might be over, but the 2020 theme park season continues in the Midwest with Cedar Point's first-ever Tricks and Treats Fall Fest.
The more family-focused replacement for Halloweekends starts this weekend and runs every Saturday and Sunday from 12 to 8pm through November 1.
"Halloween is a special time at Cedar Point, and our guests really look forward to it," Cedar Point Vice President and General Manager Jason McClure said. "While we all have to do things a little differently this year, Tricks and Treats Fall Fest is filled with fun activities for everyone, spectacular food, a variety of outdoor entertainment and a few tricks and treats. Our mission to make people happy continues into the fall season, and we’re committed to entertaining our fans, friends and families safely."
Cedar Point is offering 24 items for its Tricks and Treats Food Tasting, including El Chupacabra Street Corn, Vampire Chili Corn Dogs, and Day of the Dead Fries on the "Tricks" side to a Candy Corn Cupcake, Fall Harvest Pizza, and Pumpkin Spice Funnel Cake on the "Treats" side.
Tasting cards include six items and are available for $30 each or as part of a $57 combo ticket that includes event admission. Event admission is included with season passes, including 2021 season passes.
In addition to the food, Cedar Point will offer Brews and Booze Bars, serving specialty drinks and craft beers. And for the kids, the park will offer socially distanced trick-or-treat candy stations, with some using mechanical contraptions to deliver their treats.
Entertainment at the event will include Monster Mash-Up with The Shrieks Band, DJ Dr. Scream Dance Party, The Witch Sisters’ Spellcasting Ceremony, The Fangtastics, and the You’re Too Old to Trick-or-Treat Game Show.
In addition, Cedar Point will host a costume contest several times daily. Other activities will include Monster Makeovers, a Trick-or-Treat (Jelly) Bean Challenge, a QR-driven Lost Candy Bag Quest, Howlin’ Hay Maze, Harvest Tractors, Tricky Corn Maze, and the Tricks and Treats Challenge Course.
Tickets and passes are available on the Cedar Point website.Tweet
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