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October 7-30: DARK in Edmonton

October 7-30 DARK in Edmonton
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October 7-30: DARK in Edmonton

DARK is back on its fifth year in Edmonton, and it’s more menacing than ever. This scare event for older teens and adults is at Fort Edmonton Park. 

Their doors will open starting this October 7. If you’re a fan of all things horror, you shouldn’t miss this spine-tingling haunted festival. 

WHEN: October 7,8,13,14,15,20,21,22,27,28,29,30 (Mark these dates on your calendar!) 

WHERE: Fort Edmonton Park, 7000 143 St NW, Edmonton, AB T6H 4P3, Canada

What can you expect this year? They have three spooky and immersive experiences that aren’t for the faint of heart. 

Each haunt takes around 8 minutes. If you’ve been to DARK before, there’s still something new for you this year. 

There is one brand new haunt and there’s a continuation of the story on two previous haunts.

Aside from these experiences, there are also roving entertainment and food and beverage services for you to enjoy. Enjoy local food truck favorites and Halloween-themed cocktails while listening to a live DJ. 

Tickets cost $45 (plus fees & tax) for access to the three haunts. You can book your tickets here

You can also buy food and drinks ahead of time here. 

Before going to DARK, here are some important reminders to keep in mind: 

  • Under the Big Top: The Joke’s on You – Two words: killer clowns. 
  • Blood Harvest: Reap What You Sow–  If farmers confined to a lifetime of hunting victims for blood to fertilize their crops scare you, this one’s for you. 
  • 3 AM Dead of Night – See what nightmares await you at 3 AM. 
  • The event is recommended for people 14 years and above. This is not suitable for young children. 
  • Expect some line-ups. 
  • Due to the historic nature of the place, it might be challenging for persons with limited mobility to get around some buildings. 
  • This event is non-refundable.
  • It’s best to book your ticket online. 
  • Costumes, costumed masks, and face paint are not allowed. 
  • Parking in the main lot is limited.