Halloween is very close and many are looking for what to do on a long-awaited day. And for those who prefer to experience strong emotions Horrorland is almost ready, a tour full of surprises that will transport them to a world populated by monsters, vampires, zombies and countless creatures of the night that will be waiting for their arrival.
Fortunately, visitors will not be at the mercy of their potential victims, as without getting out of the car, they will be able to challenge them from very close range without taking any danger during the unusual journey.
Horrorland is located in Miramar Regional Park in Miramar.
The 35-minute tour will be open to the public from Thursday, October 1st to Saturday 31st, between 7 p.m. and 11 p.m.
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“The wonder of this immersive experience is that the participants will be the protagonists of a horror film that will be happening around you at the same time. Best of all, they will be able to enjoy it from the safe space of their vehicles”, said its creator, Spanish entrepreneur Francisco Santos, CEO and director of Live305 Entertainment, with more than two decades in the entertainment and credit business at the famous Cirque du Soleil.
“The Horrorland show will take place entirely without any physical contact following all precautionary and safety measures, but to enjoy this wonderful experience visitors must make sure to keep the car doors closed”
Santos warned, noting that although the event is designed for the whole family, it is not recommended for children under the age of 13.
As for the selection of the cast, of 80 actors, the entrepreneur told that he preferred that he mostly reside in South Florida to benefit a section of the artistic guild hit by unemployment for seven months.
Santos revealed that he is no stranger to the horror genre. The Vampire Circus, one of its most successful indoor shows, has visited more than 20 countries in recent years. However, in this proposal it faces the challenge of making an outdoor assembly, which has forced it to make several changes.
“In this age of COVID-19 we believe that people need an escape that frees them from real-world anxiety,” Santos added. “That’s why we’ll take you on a tour of a fantasy world where your worries will be left behind, without visiting a traditional haunted house, as an alternative way to have fun under ‘the new normal’.
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