What to Do Halloween 2020?

The year 2020 has been filled with many unpredictable twists and turns. Though a lot of us love Halloween, this year we understand that due to the worldwide emergency, we have to celebrate differently this year. In this article, we will be discussing what is still available this Halloween in Los Angeles.  

Urban Legends of Southern California (O.C. Fair & Event Center, Costa Mesa, CA)

Dates: October 1-November 1

Enjoy this brand-new drive-through haunted attraction is an immersive story-telling experience that features horrifying sets and live actors. This event also has three show areas where cars can be parked. The tickets are timed at entry, however, time slots are limited, so order as soon as possible. 

Los Angeles Haunted Hayride (San Dimas, CA)

Dates: September 25-November 1

The LA Haunted Hayride is returning for 2020 with an all-new, innovative “Drive-Up Experience.” 

Due to this unfortunate worldwide emergency, many Halloween attractions are either going virtual or becoming a drive-through experience. Now, the Los Angeles Haunted Hayride has become a drive-up interactive experience. Drive-in to a creepy stretch of road featuring some of the sets and scenic environments you’ve come to love at the hayride, followed by a haunted show featuring an original multimedia story displayed on a 40 foot screen, as well as horrifying sets and live characters from Midnight Falls!

Stranger Things: The Drive-Into Experience (Downtown Los Angeles)

Dates: October 2020-January 2021

Another new “driving” attraction rolls into Southern California, based on Stranger Things. The event promised “impressive effects” including both audio and visual.

If you’re a fan of Stranger Things like we are then you are just as excited about this drive-through experience! Discover the truth of Hawkins during this terrifying in-car events. Centered at a DTLA location, you’d enter into a Stranger Things storyline. See the best moments of the amazing Netflix series from the safety of your own car with this awesomes drive-in attraction. 

Pirates of Emerson (Pleasanton, CA)

Dates: October 2-November 1

The Pirates of Emerson has been a long-running classic event in the Bay Area for many years. The attraction returns for 2020 as a completely drive-through experience at the Alameda County Fairgrounds. In this event, there will be live actors and amazing decorations. Management, however, does warn: “Your vehicle will get wet and dirty – save your car wash until after your Adventure”

Nights of the Jack (Calabasas, CA)

Dates: October 1-November 1

The Night of the Jack is a very popular, family-friendly jack-o-lantern exhibit that has become a new drive-through experience in 2020. These jack-o-lanterns are bright, fun, and decorative and the best part is that you can enjoy them from the safety of your car.  If you’re looking for some Halloween fun for the kiddos, we definitely recommend this event.

Haunts Confirmed Closed for 2020

  • Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor (Long Beach, CA)
  • Halloween Horror Nights (Universal City, CA)
  • Knott’s Scary Farm (Buena Park, CA)
  • Six Flags Magic Mountain Fright Fest (Valencia, CA)
  • Reign of Terror (Thousand Oaks, CA)
  • Creep LA (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Freakling Bros. (Las Vegas, NV)
  • All Saints Lunatic Asylum (Apple Valley, CA)
  • Into The Black (Rancho Cucamonga, CA)

Have a Nice Halloween with theLAShop 

There is no doubt that Halloween 2020 is going to be different! Celebrate the safe way with your loved ones. Get your home ready with our Halloween collection. Celebrate Halloween with these spooky, and animated decorations! Get inspired by our Halloween collection!

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