Ten Thirty One Productions has announced the return of The Great Horror Campout, which will begin touring in June 2015 beginning with two nights in Los Angeles.
On June 5th and 6th, the 12-hour interactive horror camping adventure will offer campers a full night of terrors, with tickets now on sale – just in time for the holidays.
“We are developing a night that is packed with layered interactive content to provide our campers an experience that they will never forget,” said Melissa Carbone, CEO of Ten Thirty One Productions. “This chapter will again continue to push the envelope and kill the spectator sport status quo in the live attraction space. Campers will leave feeling like they have been fully submerged in the experience for the entire night.”
The Great Horror Campout offers campers to a choice to sleep in two- or four-person tents. Campers can choose their level of engagement when they choose their activities and tent zone. The experience can be an extreme horror adventure or a more mild horror adventure based on preference. Additionally, Hellmasters from previous years will receive VIP status and many perks at all future Campouts and TTO productions.
“Our goal is to get campers to go further and further down the rabbit hole. The further they go, the more they engage, the bloodier, scarier, more challenging the experience will get,” added Carbone.
Tickets can be found at www.greathorrorcampout.com. More cities and dates will be announced in the upcoming months.
Here’s a report from the 2014 version of the Great Horror Campout, courtesy of Adam Leonard:
As my friends and I drove to Beaver Creek, OR, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect out of The Great Horror Campout. The website for the event promised a “High Octane, Very Extreme” event where “Only the Dawning Sun Will Save You”, the event even boasted a safe word(I WANT MY MOMMY) just in case the proceedings got too intense. Would I be terrified out of my mind for 12 straight hours? Or like many other events, was this another haunt that over promises?
I can happily report that The Great Horror Campout amounted to one of the most fun nights of my life. It’s not too scary, it’s creepy, but The Great Horror Campout strikes a pitch perfect balance of scares and fun. Participation is paramount, the more you participate, the more into it you are, the more fun you are going to have, and the more you are going to get out of your time there.