Haunted attraction coming to Square One in Mississauga
If you thought you wouldn’t be able to enjoy a spooky Halloween event due to COVID-19 restrictions, think again!
Jestr Events recently announced that it has partnered with Mississauga’s most iconic shopping centre to create Square One’s Haunted Drive-Thru, a COVID-safe event that will allow visitors to enjoy some traditional fun from the safety of their vehicles.
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HAUNTED DRIVE-THRU at SQUARE ONE! We are proud to announce we are partnering up with Square One Shopping Centre to take over their P5 parking lot. Guests can safely drive through and meet our horrifying characters from October 21st to 31st. Let’s save #Halloween together! Ticket link is in bio #mississauga #haunteddrivethru #haunted
According to the event page, guests can journey through our series of Halloween setups and meet “horrifying characters.”
“From our Undying Zombies to our Creepy Clowns, you don’t know what to expect right around the corner…And remember under all circumstances: DON’T LET THEM IN!,” the event page reads.
The drive-thru will be located in parking lot 5, near Holt Renfrew. The event will kick off on Oct. 21 and run until Halloween (Oct. 31). Family shows will take place before 7:00 pm and the scarier events will kick off after 7:00 pm.
To learn more or purchase tickets, click here.
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