From September 2021, Sea World San Diego will no longer be kid-friendly because of the introduction of a nighttime Halloween that will feature a demented clown and several roaming zombies. The new Howl-O-Scream event will have live shows, cocktails, and haunted houses suited for a mature audience. The day event known as Spooktacular will be available this year for the sake of children.

It will be the first time the company does two separately ticketed scary events on the same day. The world was hit by a pandemic last year that caused many businesses to shut down. Since the situation is getting better, it is the best time to give people a reason to gather and have a good time. In addition, the festival will create more job opportunities in October.

When you compare the first three months of 2020 and 2021, there is an increase of 12 percent, meaning the business is taking back shape. Therefore, it is the best time to host such a festival because more people know about SeaWorld and are looking for a fun activity.

Howl-O-Scream will be the best idea to end the summer season. Since the night event will be horrifying, parents who plan to attend are advised to leave their kids at home. Although Howl-O-Scream is a new event in the San Diego and Orlando parks, it has been happening in SeaWorld San Antonio for the past two decades. The park in San Diego plans to create at least 1,000 job openings for the locals to offer services during the eagerly anticipated event.

With $39.99, you will be able to purchase the general admission tickets. However, if you are a pass member, you are eligible for discounts. The event is scheduled to run from Fridays to Sundays, starting from September 17th to October 31st. However, there will be some special weeks where the event will commence on Thursdays to Sundays.

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