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Haunted stadium makes its return

Last year, The Haunted Stadium received ghoulish raves as the best haunted attraction on Oahu!

You can be sure this year the Hospitality Room at the Aloha Stadium has some new tricks up their sleeve as ghosts, zombies, and escapees from the asylum once again take over to inhabit this refurbished "Haunted Stadium." 

Open Friday, October 26 - Saturday, October 27 from 6 pm to midnight and on Sunday, October 29 from 5 pm – 9pm, pre-sale/opening day tickets are available for $10 and $13 at the door (Saturday & Sunday only).

Tickets may be purchased at the Stadium Box Office Monday – Friday from 9am – 5pm, closed on weekends and holidays. Parking will be $3 on Friday, FREE on Saturday and Sunday.

This event will be extremely interactive with haunted characters causing hair-raising experiences and not recommended for children under 10 years of age. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Hawaii Meth Project. Experience a great scare to support a great cause!

For more information on the Halloween event or all upcoming events, you can now download the Aloha Stadium iphone app, call the Aloha Stadium at (808) 483-7133 or email Samantha Spain at Samantha.L.Spain@hawaii.gov.

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