Six Flags parks are to host a Covid-19-conscious version of the popular Fright Fest event this Halloween. Dubbed as Hallowfest, the event will feature outdoor haunts and scare zones, while following health and safety protocols.

To follow mandatory health and safety protocol in the wake of the pandemic, Hallowfest will not be putting on the traditional Fright Fest indoor mazes and haunted mazes. Instead, there will be outdoor haunted trails and scare zones, enabling the parks to maintain safety measures. Actors dressed as haunted characters will wear face masks and maintain social distancing.

Six Flag St. Louis will showcase a Vampire Bar, Clowns of the Blacktop Circus, and Backlot Creatures as part of its outdoor haunted attractions. There will also be scare zones along the park’s paths.

At Frontier City, a Vintage Monsters of Yore outdoor fright trail with Frankenstein, Dracula, and Wolfman will take centre stage. There will also be a Clown Cove scare zone, a stunt show, Freak Show Deluxe, and magical illusions.

Hallowfest will be held in dates throughout September and October at Six Flags parks in Missouri, Texas, Maryland, New Jersey, Oklahoma, and Georgia.