Under the glow of the moon and stars, perched high above the LA skyline, horror fans will bring picnic baskets, blankets and chairs and prepare to scream their heads off as producing company Ten Thirty One Productions adds their own brand of horror by supplementing the on screen terror with some interactive real life scares taking place off the screen.
The night will start with pre-show games and festivities and will be hosted by the Great Horror Campout Headmaster, the overly confident and comedically condescending demeanored mascot of the summer event.
“This will be the creepiest and most haunting movie night we’ve produced yet,” said Ten Thirty One Productions‘, CEO, Melissa Carbone. “The venue is already so scary and dark that this movie will push people way out of their comfort zones.”
Guests are encouraged to pack picnic baskets and blankets and to come early to get into the spirit of being scared.
The Great Horror Movie Night takes place June 26th, at Elysian Park. Doors open at 7pm. Tickets are $15 per person and limited in availability. Parking is FREE.
Tickets are expected to sell out quickly. Get Tickets Now at http://www.greathorrorcampout.com