2017 SPRING GATE haunted vineyard crawl for hallowine
Friday, Oct 27th and Saturday oct 28th
Hallowine is here!
We've had some great events, included some ticketed ones in the past few years, and throughout that time Diane lobbied for a "haunted" vineyard event. Finally in 2016 we did it, and it was a blast! This October 27th and 28th, we will have our 2nd annual version of her vision of a "corn maze for adults" (without the corn). It isn't going to be super scary, but it will have some!
We will provide you a haunted vineyard to walk through on a course of our (horror/horrible) selection. The course will include wine tasting stations, candy cauldron stations, a private camp fire area, and a enough boos to make you happy.
We'll start you off in the registration area with a wrist band a bottle of wine in the oval and glasses. You can either goto the party tent or you can proceed directly to the "crawl".
If we still have tickets available and you haven't bought your discounted ticketed online in advance, then you will need cash to buy a ticket on site.
We have a new dark stoned entrance to the vineyard, watch out for the skull shine. This will be one of the selfie stations that we think you should take a picture at.
Obviously we'll have our normal live music, but for this night running to midnight. Food trucks will also be there at the beginning of the evening.
6PM: Gate Opens to the Haunted Vineyard
11PM: Wine and Beer Sales End
12PM: Everybody out of the Vineyard as we will close at Midnight.
Of course we expect you to wear a costume and a mask!
You must be 21 or over to participate.
Tickets are $25 in advance, and $30 at the door if there are any available at that time as there is a limited number available. Refunds can only be made seven days in advance of the event. A ticket is only for one day of the event (as bought and ticketed), and this event is rain or shine!
Friday's ticket is available here.
Saturday's ticket is available here.
Our Halloween Party Tent
2017 Halloween Party Poster
We don't go into the vineyard at night. It is haunted by creatures that claim it as their own.
Like these from a trail cam.
These look all right. But these are the webs that the babies make!
The bigger ones can be a problem.
What do you find in a candy cauldron? Guess you will have to find out.
We've commissioned a special glass for this event. Its plastic, so perfect for sipping in the dark being scared!