Once the fall season approaches, SeaWorld in San Diego is going to premiere the first ever “haunted” experience available for mature audiences. There will be haunted houses, specialty cocktails, live shows, and even roller-coaster rides in the dark. There will still be a kid’s Spooktacular that will take place during the day time.
This is so the children may still enjoy the fearful holiday without being too scared; as well as for the parents to have a haunted adventure of their own. After the pandemic the organization took a toll for the worse and needed to find a way to rebound and make the sales reappear again. With the Howl-O-Scream event in the near future, Sea World can expect the parents to be one of the main reasons that allow for the company to resurface once again. The event is being marketed to thrill-seekers and horror-fiends, while still encouraging that children stay at home.
Although SeaWorld San Diego and Orlando is new to Howl-O-Scream, SeaWorld San Antonio has been offering this spectacular fall event for over 20 years. The theme park expects to hire as many 1,000 new employees to help ensure that every customer is in the right hands. General admission tickets are available now for only $39.99, with discounts offered for pass members.
This is to help persuade potential clients to buy the pass membership so that they will have a cheaper price on future tickets bought. The Howl-O-Scream will last from Fridays through Sundays, and even on selected Thursday’s. This is so adults may attend on the days that they are not working, which is typically the weekends. Howl-O-Scream will be offered from mid-September to the end of October. The SeaWorld San Diego Howl-O-Scream event is one that should not be missed if you enjoy thrill adventures.