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Vancouver's New Halloween 'Slayland' Is Coming To The PNE This Fall

Riding a rollercoaster ride just got extra terrifying. 🎢
PNE Fright Nights 2020: Slayland Is Coming To Vancouver This Fall

It's going to get creepy in October because this fall, PNE Fright Nights is transforming into two spooktacular new events.

The popular Halloween attraction, Fright Nights will be replaced by spine-tingling activities from Friday, October 9 to Saturday, October 31.

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The park will be transformed into Slayland - Night of a Thousand Screams.


Pacific National Exhibition

For this new thrilling Slayland experience, you'll get to wear your Halloween costume and try twenty different rides, including a wooden roller coaster and walk-through outdoor haunted experience.

Tickets range in price from $39.50 to $44.50, depending on the timeslot you pick.

For those who want something a bit less frightful, there will also be a trick-or-treating drive-thru on Friday, October 30 and Saturday, October 31, where you can get a mountain of sweets like cotton candy, donuts, popcorn and candy apples.

Halloween At PNE Fair

Price: $39.50+ per person for Slayland, $25 per car for the drive-thru

When: Friday, October 9 to Saturday, October 31 (weekend only)

Address: 2901 E. Hastings St., Vancouver, BC

Why You Need To Go: Whether you want a family-friendly trick-or-treat drive-thru or a classic Fright Nights experience updated for 2020, it's the most fun to have this Halloween.

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