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Dark Night: Halloween Trail at Long Island Community Hospital Amphitheater at Bald Hill

Dark Night: Halloween Trail

  • Oct. 01, 2021 through Oct. 31, 2021, Fridays and Saturdays, 7-11pm; Sundays, 7-10:30pm
  • Long Island Community Hospital Amphitheater at Bald Hill
  • 1 Ski Run Lane , Farmingville
  • All Ages
  • $35; $15 ages 12-4; free for children 3 and younger - Advanced Registration Required
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Leading creators in the local Halloween scene, Aurora Interactive, LLC have teamed with Chambers of Horrors NY/Fear Manor to come up with a festive, safe solution through the development of the exclusive limited time pop-up event, “Dark Night: Halloween Trail,” that is geared toward families and Halloween lovers of all ages. Representing the first ever 1990's time travel mystery themed Halloween trail to come to Long Island, Dark Night: Halloween Trail at Farmingville, NY’s Long Island Community Hospital Amphitheater is an outdoor extravaganza combining moderate scares with comedy that at the same time celebrates the nostalgia of vintage haunted trails through a post-modern twist on inspired characters from pop culture and horror movies of the 1990's.

Promoting health, safety and social distancing, only 1,000 tickets will be sold per night with members of each reserved party staying within their group as they are staggered apart from one another throughout the experience. People will travel back in time to 1999 as they participate in a fictional radio show marathon hosted by 131.3 WDIE, where movies, characters and popular music of the 90s come to life while they venture through an approximate 25–30-minute darkened trail to uncover hidden alphabetical letters that form the name of the character who has cursed the property, using only one flashlight 1990s attire for receiving the most authentic nostalgic experience.    

In contrast to Aurora Interactive, LLC's past scarier and more intense Halloween events intended for teens and adults, this year’s Dark Night: Halloween Trail is scaled down in its thrills and chills to be inclusive for people of all ages. It has also added a special “Dark Night Trick-Я-Treat Adventure Trail” that is especially for younger children where little “boils” and “ghouls” will explore a fun, non-scary walk-through friendly meet and greet experience with Dark Night: Halloween Trail characters.

Keeping in line with health and safety guidelines, all guests are encouraged to wear face masks. All actors portraying characters wear face masks under their costumes and are kept at a distance from guests participating. Proceeds from tickets sold will be donated by Aurora Interactive, LLC and Chamber of Horrors/Fear Manor to Literacy Inc., a national charity that is dedicated to fighting the growing rate of illiteracy among teens across the United States through the use of such tools as motivational speeches, free Ereaders or Etablets, and reminder bands.

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1 Ski Run Lane

Farmingville, NY