Halloween last year was a bust. Everything was either toned down, canceled, or a mere shadow of the pre-COVID days. With Florida trying to return to normal, Halloween events are trying to bounce back, too.
Large and small, the celebration of Samhain will certainly be better this year. And one unique attraction will be getting a creative direction from an experienced source.
Scream N’ Stream premiered last year. The event, which is a drive-through attraction, helped fill the void where the theme parks were lacking. With Halloween Horror Nights scaled back to an extreme degree, a team of enthusiasts gave us something where there was nothing.
In 2021, the event is back, but with all new gusto.
AllEars.net pointed out that this year’s drive-thru attraction was going to get a major helping hand. As we mentioned earlier, that aid came from someone who has a wealth of knowledge in horror-themed seasonal events.
Patrick Braillard, once the show director for Universal Orlando, is now freelancing. Now he will be focusing his talents on Scream N’ Stream.
During an interview with Orlando Weekly, Josh Gunderson, the event’s coordinator, spoke about the changes this year will bring, “We didn’t want to just copy and paste last year; we wanted to go bigger and offer up some unexpected twists and turns, and Patrick has had a big hand in making all of our twisted dreams come true.”
Judging by the artwork, there will be an interactive element to SNS in 2021. Hopefully, it turns out to be a big hit. Personally, I always loved local Halloween events. There’s an extra charm in them blood and guts. Ya know?
If you missed the event last year, check out some footage below:
Tickets can be bought in advance through Scream N’ Stream and held at Boggy Creek Airboat Adventures 2001 E. Southport Road, Kissimmee. The event starts on September 18th, 2021. It will run throughout select dates until October 31st.
Did you visit the drive-thru attraction last year? What about the limited Halloween Horror Nights gig? Let us know in the comments.
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