Since All Hallows Eve, the zombie virus outbreak that threatened Boca Raton, and indeed all of South Florida, has been kept under control inside Pandemic, while the screams from last year’s victims still echo in the deep swampy chambers. As the clock ticks toward the most unholy of holidays, the gates into the haunt will creek open for those who are brave enough to conquer it’s tortuous walls.
On Saturday, April 29th, starting at 7p.m., Pandemic will reopen for one night of terror at Enigma Haunt’s 4th Annual Halfway to Halloween Costume Party at Nippers Bar & Grill, 1751 N Military Trail; the same building as the haunted attraction.
“Six months to Halloween and we are itching to get back to doing what we do best, scaring people,” said Billy Groeneveld, owner and co-creator of Enigma Haunt with his wife Karen. “This is a fun night to come out, go through a part of the Haunt and have some food and drinks with our crew.”
Guests will be able to enjoy diabolical drink specials, karaoke, a costume contest with 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prize winners, games, a prize wheel, raffles with prizes that include a Nippers’ Bar Tab, shirts and tickets to the haunt.
Enigma Haunt, ranked #1Top Haunt in Florida and voted as #2 nationally in The Scare Factor’s 31 Must See Haunt List, will be in full effect for those who dare! There is no cover charge, and the event is open to all 21 and older.
Pandemic entrance $10.
Costumes are not required to attend the event. Enigma Haunt encourages all to drink responsibly.
Check out some of Palm Beach Happening’s past coverage of the event by clicking here and unleashing the hounds of hell!!!