Something terrifying is coming to Santa Barbara at the end of October…
It’s CHILLS FOR CHANGE, an exciting, brand new fundraising event produced by and for Pacific Pride Foundation!
This event, taking place Friday-Sunday, October 26-28th, and Wednesday the 31st, at the Fishbon Pescadrome (from 7:00pm – 11:00pm each night), is an all new, horrifying haunted house featuring professional-quality sets, costumes, and makeup, terrifying performances from local actors, and an all-new, original theme.
Guests will be forced to test their nerves as they enter “Where Evil Lives,” a haunted attraction featuring The Boogeyman. They will be forced to step through the closet doors and enter a world filled with demented dolls, crazed, clowns, night terrors come to life, and of course, the master of the macabre, The Boogeyman himself!
This haunt is the brainchild of longtime horror and Halloween fan, Matt Dorado. Creating haunted houses has always been his passion, and now for the first time he has the opportunity to mix this passion with another love: LGBT community building, advocacy, and fundraising. Matt works with the Development and Events staff at Pacific Pride Foundation, and is thrilled to be able to present this ‘benefit-haunted house’ to support Pacific Pride Foundation’s HIV/AIDS services.
This haunt will feature the horror music of Midnight Syndicate, and a special, original theme track from Jon Autopsy!
Tickets for this amazing experience are $15.00 for General Admission, and $12.00 for Students with a valid I.D. Tickets are available at this link:
So if you want to experience an amazing haunt – and a beautiful drive up the PCH – save the date for Chills for Change 2012!
– Press Release from Chills for Change