Monthly Archives: September 2013

National Harvest Festival at Silver Dollar City

PR-SDC-fall4The big-sky, adventure-loving culture of the Great American Cowboy flavors the fall harvest fun as Silver Dollar City presents a new show featuring the Texas Trick Riders, the return of the high-action Western stunt show, craftsmen from around the country and top Western musicians, all part of the National Harvest Festival. With a theme saluting the cowboy, the festival runs September 12 – October 26 at the Branson, Missouri theme park.

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Moonlight Train Dinner Party at Roaring Camp

Treat your family to an evening of fun and relaxation at Roaring Camp’s Moonlight Train Dinner Party. Start with a hearty barbeque steak dinner in the moonlight followed by a leisurely train ride aboard vintage railway cars.

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Delusion Returns to Los Angeles with “Masque of Mortality”

The original interactive horror theater company is BACK with a vengeance. This year, the much anticipated DELUSION live-action horror experience returns to Los Angeles with a new location, new story, and new official title – DELUSION: Masque of Mortality.

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Empty Grave Haunt to Benefit Fallen Industry Figure

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On Sunday, September 8th, The Empty Grave in Anaheim, California will be home to a very unusual mix of vampires, ghouls, monsters and… clowns. Yes; clowns! The haunted attraction, which is located within the Anaheim GardenWalk, will be open for business all night long, with a special cast of talent kicking ass and raising Hell in the name of a fallen industry brother – Mark “Sumo” Sagato. All night long, 50% of the ticket sales will go to Mark’s loved ones. “Sumo” was taken away from all of us much too soon due to cardiac arrest last month. His family and loved ones need help and support in this impossibly challenging time.

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Theme Park Adventure – We’re 19 Years Old!

Theme Park Adventure began in the summer of 1994. If you’d told me then that we’d go on to become one of the longest-running fan publications, I’d have said you’re nuts. It was started as a hobby then out of my love and direct involvement in the theme park industry. 19 years later, the adventure continues as we are bigger and stronger than ever, continuing to communicate with fans around the world and inspire younger generations of enthusiasts to seek out their own ride through the past, present and the future…

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