Knott's Berry Farm has confirmed that their Halloween event, Knott's Scary Farm, is cancelled for the 2020 season due to "continued operating restrictions related to the pandemic". We know that this news is disappointing, but we look forward with great enthusiasm to making 2021 Knott’s Scary Farm our best year ever.”. Because of the inability to operate the event with the recommended CDC guidelines, Vice President and General Manager of Knott’s Berry Farm Jon Storbeck announced the cancellation in the park’s Aug. 4 update. Deadline is also reporting that the Queen Mary and Disney California Adventure have both canceled their annual Halloween festivities, as well. Knott’s Scary Farm and More Officially Canceled for 2020, drive-through haunted attraction planned in Orlando, Florida. Deadline quoted a statement from the park representatives saying, “Regrettably, due to continued operating restrictions related to the pandemic we have had to make the very difficult decision to cancel our highly anticipated 2020 Knott’s Scary Farm event. Waylon Jordan is a lifelong fan of genre fiction and film especially those with a supernatural element. Required fields are marked *. Jon Storbeck, Vice President & General Manager of Knott's Berry Farm, released a message on their official website “We know that this news is disappointing, but we look forward with great enthusiasm to making 2021 Knott’s Scary Farm our best year ever,” said Storbeck in the update. Jamie Kennedy Explains How He Got Cast in... WATCH: Keanu Reeves and Matt Kindt Talk Reeve’s... ‘The Stand’ Director Josh Boone Squashes Marilyn Manson... Chiodo Brothers Talking to Netflix About ‘Killer Klowns... ‘Gremlins 3’ Writer Says Creatures Will Not Be... Director Of ‘Hereditary’ and ‘Midsommar’ Eyes Joaquin Phoenix... ‘Gremlins 3’ Writer Says Creatures Will Not ... Chiodo Brothers Talking to Netflix About ‘Killer ... Director Of ‘Hereditary’ and ‘Midsommar’ Eyes Joaquin ... WWE Icon, The Undertaker Retires and Breaks ... You Can Now Play as The Movie Characters From 95’s ‘Mortal Kombat’ in ‘Mortal Kombat 11’, Mads Mikkelsen Knows Who He Wants to Play Buffalo Bill in ‘Hannibal’ Season 4, ‘Suspiria’ Co-Writer Daria Nicolodi Has Died at Age 70. Home | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Terms and Conditions | Refund Policy | Ad Info Let us know in the comments! August 4, 2020 By Attractions Magazine Staff Leave a Comment. Knott’s Berry Farm has confirmed that their Halloween event, Knott’s Scary Farm, is cancelled for the 2020 season due to “continued operating restrictions related to the pandemic”. Knott’s Berry Farm Has Canceled Its Annual Knott’s Scary Farm Event Posted on Wednesday, August 5th, 2020 by Chris Evangelista Bad news: Halloween is canceled…at Knott’s Berry Farm. • Versus: Docking Bay 7 vs. Satu'li Canteen Along with the hotel’s reopening, guests can also enjoy new outdoor and retail experiences. The annual Halloween celebration began with a three-day event back in 1973. Knott’s Berry Farm officially released an update on their official website: Regrettably, due to continued operating restrictions related to the pandemic, we have had to make the very difficult decision to cancel our highly anticipated 2020 Knott’s Scary Farm event. The 48 th Annual event will not return this season as Knott’s Berry Farm awaits COVID-19 guidelines for safely reopening of their theme parks.. Knott’s Scary Farm joins the list of cancelled events such as The Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor and Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights. Knott’s Scary Farm and More Officially Canceled for 2020 Waylon Jordan August 5, 2020 News Leave a Comment Knott’s Scary Farm, the annual Halloween celebration at Knott’s Berry Farm in Southern California, has officially been canceled for 2020 due to Covid-19 restrictions.

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