Dade City’s probably haunted Scream-A-Geddon attraction returns for its 8th season in September

Tampa Bay’s most haunted Halloween event is one month away.

click to enlarge Dade City’s probably haunted Scream-A-Geddon attraction returns for its 8th season in September
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Tampa Bay’s most spine-chilling Halloween event is back for a season filled with fake blood and real terror. Yes, we’re talking about: Scream-A-Geddon.

A haunted experience that may very well be actually haunted, Scream-A-Geddon invites the ghoulish and ghastly to its six signature attractions starting next month.

As a treat to the undead enthusiasts of Tampa Bay, the event opens its eighth season on Sept. 9—its earliest start yet. Scream-A-Geddon grounds are at 27839 Saint Joe Rd. in Dade City.
Event Details


Fridays-Sundays, Wed., Sept. 28 and Through Oct. 31. Continues through Oct. 30

Scream-A-Geddon 27839 Saint Joe Rd., Dade City Pasco

Tickets are on sale now for a special 10% preseason discount. Looking for a more hands-on haunting? Apply to be a Scream-A-Geddon scare actor now and become undead for a while.

Tickets grant access to all Scream-A-Geddon attractions and mazes except the Zombie Paintball Assault.

Some areas offer an interactive option where guests over 18 can decide to “mark” themselves to fully immerse in the hauntings. Those who opt-in for the full interactive experience are subject to the creatures they face; they can be grabbed, sent into hidden rooms or even be forced to remain.
This year’s event has some new upgrades in store, including an improved Monster Midway complete with new food and beverage options.

Scream-A-Geddon is open to all but is recommended for teens and adults. More information about the event, scare actor applications and ticket sales can be found via
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