What is Fright Nights like? Went to Scarefest last year for the first time. FN looks a bit more loud and vicious
I've not been to Scarefest yet so I can't exactly compare them, but I would have thought that Fright Nights is definitely more intimidating, considering its targeted very much towards thrill seekers and young adults. However, it's not violent or anything along those lines, just more of a high-octane atmosphere perhaps? During the day, it's pretty much the same to a normal day at Thorpe (albeit more busy than usual!), but as the mazes start to open and everything it gets a lot more atmospheric. It's an awesome atmosphere though! It's great fun and you definitely shouldn't be worried about people being vicious or anything like that; it's absolutely great!
Anyone any ideas on when the Annual Pass tickets will go on sale. Or even how they work, I've never been to Fright Nights before so not sure on how they work!
From what I remember last year, I think around late September they had plenty of posts on their facebook page about tickets and the like. I think annual pass tickets are pre-book only and cost about £10 or something. I can't quite remember, but I'm assuming that these tickets were bought online? If you keep a close eye on their website and facebook page around September time you should probably be able to find out.