Brace yourselves! Northern Screams Attractions, the creepily creative terror team that brought you last year’s pyromaniac pandemic drive-in Inferno 6077: Born Out of Fire and the Terror Train 60-77, is producing a frightening new haunt.
It’s called The Blezard Valley: Fields of Fear.
This new haunt will open on Thursday, Oct. 14 and will then run nightly from Thursday to Saturday for the rest of October at the Carrefour Sen. Rheal Belisle Cultural Centre, 2777 Main Street in Blezard Valley.
Nestled between innocent fields of strawberries, corn, and potatoes lurks not one, not two, but three gruesome horror harvests.
"It has always been a dream of mine to create a scream park concept with different themed haunts, queue line performers and carnival type games,” said Robby Lavoie, owner of Northern Screams Attractions.
"My creative team has been working hard over the summer months to create this new experience. We are excited to introduce Greater Sudbury to our new Catacombs, Carrefour Carnavale and Hostel as part of this immersive experience."
The Blezard Valley Fields of Fear is made possible thanks to a new partnership with the
Carrefour Rheal Belisle Cultural Centre in Blezard Valley.
"We are excited to work with Robby and his scream team to create new experiences in our community of Valley East." said Ron Dupuis, the centre's manager. "A portion of the proceeds will also support the development quality recreational programming at the centre as well as helping to maintain the building as an important heritage asset.”
Tickets cost $10 each or three for $25.
Haunt passes and individual tickets are available online using the Haunt Pay app or at www.northernscreamsattractions.com.