This Halloween, The Latter Day Transvestites present their stage version of this classic.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show is the 1975 film adaptation of the British musical stageplay, The Rocky Horror Show. The movie is a parody of science fiction and B-movie horror films. Still in limited release 35 years after its premiere, it has the longest-running theatrical release in film history. It gained notoriety as a midnight movie in 1977 when audiences began participating with the film in theatres. Rocky Horror is the first film from a major Hollywood studio to be in the midnight movie market. The motion picture has a large international following and is one of the most well known and financially successful midnight movies of all time.
Cost: $7.00 person which includes the wagon ride, corn maze, and pumpkin!
Children under 2 are free! Immediate Family of 6 or less – $30.00
Items can be purchased separately:
- Wagon rides $2.00
- Corn & Hay Maze $3.00
Audience participation needed! Join our own Lucinda the Witch and others as we choose a Queen Witch and her Witchy Attendants at the Second Annual So You Think You’re a Witch contest. Leave your broomsticks at the door and let your enthusiasm, along with our enchanted panel of judges, determine the royalty. Only $5 per person. Tickets can be purchased at the door beginning at 5 pm. The show begins at 7 pm. Arrive early for best seating. The witches will have you in stitches at this fright night out!
Though we spend much of the year working with the 225+ MAiZE locations around the world, our original location here in Utah is where you’ll find us each fall. Cornbelly’s Corn Maze & Pumpkin Fest is really a labor of love for Brett and Nicole Herbst, family and friends. A lot has changed since our early days, as each year we travel the country looking for new ideas and ways to improve. After moving our corn maze to several locations in the last decade, we’ve finally found the perfect home at Thanksgiving Point. Below are some photos from previous years themes.
Pumpkin Princess Carriage
A favorite at Cornbelly’s was the Pumpkin Princess Playland. Your little princes and princesses enchanted by a birthday tea party area, horse-drawn “Cinderella” carriage, pumpkin princess autograph and photo area, small castle for children to play inside of, a “build-a-princess” scarecrow area, and other princess-themed activities.
As you stroll through the kiddie maze on designated Saturdays in October, you just might bump into a few loveable characters passing out yummy Halloween treats. Each child will have the chance to trick-or-treat in the corn and find their own candy-filled treats! Check our Schedule of Events for days and times.
Pick-Your-Own Pumpkin Patch
Come and pick ’em … pick out your favorite pumpkin from the hundreds in our bigger and better pick-your-own pumpkin patch. Our pumpkin prices range from $1 to $10. Plus, look for the Spookley the Square Pumpkin storytelling boards along the way.
OCTOBER THRU HALLOWEEN
Do you have what it takes? If you love Halloween like we do at Gardner Village, and if you have an “inner-witch” that is dying to get out…then grab your hat and broom and fly into our first annual So You Think You’re a Witch contest. You’ll have the distinct pleasure of being one of our fabulous witches, making appearances and entertaining throughout the month of October. Auditions will be held September 11, 2009. An orientation meeting will be held at The Gathering Place on August 22, 2009 at 10 am. The competition involves an interview, a witchy outfit, a witchy talent, trick or spell and a cackle. Questions? Please call Charlotte at The Gathering Place at 801.566.0917.
October, Saturdays at Thanksgiving Point
Museum of Ancient Life
3003 Thanksgiving Way, Lehi, UT 84043 (801) 768-2300
Experience an “An Old Fashioned Halloween Party” every Saturday at the Museum of Ancient Life. Explore the science behind classic Movie Monsters such as Frankenstein, Nessie the Loch Ness Monster, the Blob and others! Join in fun hands-on experiments such as dry ice bubbles and Oobleck and create some fun make-and-takes. Play games, make crafts, and more to get you and your little ones ready for Halloween. Halloween costumes welcome at all Spooky Saturdays.
October, Halloween Week at The Haunted Woods
Camp Tracy Lodge, Mill Creek Canyon Rd.
Salt Lake City, UT, 84125 (801) 569-1341
A Family Friendly Haunted House with proceeds benefiting the Boy Scouts of America GSLC at Camp Tracy Lodge in Mill Creek Canyon.
We take pride in being Utah’s only family friendly haunted attraction. This annual event is created and performed for cub scout/boy scout aged groups. It is also popular for girl scout and Activity Day groups. We do not allow graphic violence, foul language, or demonic beings. But, it will be intensely fun and a bit scary.
October thru Halloween at Lagoon Amusement Park
375 Lagoon Dr. Farmington, Utah 84025 (801) 451-8060
Enjoy a Halloween-themed Dinner, followed by Photo Opportunities with Lagoon’s favorite Frightmares’ Characters every Friday & Saturday night through October 30th.
Banished characters of Frightmares Past have taken over this haunted prison at last! Enter into a world where insanity reigns supreme, there’s no way out and the only thing to do is scream!
Fun House of Fear
Boys and girls of every age, wouldn’t you like to see something strange? Come with us and you will see, THIS our town of Halloween!
Psycho Dave’s Salvage Yard
The smell of terror is in the air. As you journey through this once happy place, sights leave nightmarish memories.
In this house of illusion your eyes will deceive. You’ll question what’s real and what not to believe. Hold on tight to your loved ones as you navigate this haunted maze.
Scary & Crow’s Straw Maze and Spook-A-Boo Walk-Thru
A fun, non-scary children’s walk-thru inhabited by friendly characters.
The owners of Castle of Chaos and the new Nightmare Mansion are looking for the biggest, the tallest and the scariest people to work as actors to frighten audiences at their two haunted houses. The company is holding three auditions in August and September and hopes to hire 100 part time, seasonal employees to work during the big haunting season. The company is also looking for volunteers.
“Scaring people is a dream job for many,” says James Bernard, Castle of Chaos and Nightmare Mansion owner. “We are actually going to pay people to come out and put their most socially unacceptable skills to work. Those who volunteer will receive incentives like t-shirts, tickets and hats.”