THE EVENT ISN’T THE SAME - WILL THIS REALLY BE WORTH THE VISIT?
Yes! Although Halloween Trick or Treat Town is not operating as normal in 2020, the planning committee and event volunteers want you to have an incredible experience. We have a passion for what we do! This year you will experience the event from the convenience, warmth and safety of your car as you drive past Halloween and holiday decorations, light displays, and more goulish & festive magic. Near the exit, ghosts and goblins will hand each car a trick or treat bag filled with candy, goodies and a coupon booklet for local businesses.
WHAT'S INCLUDED WITH MY TICKET PURCHASE?
All ticket purchases include access to the event for one vehicle and a trick or treat bag filled with goodies. There are stops along the route where you will be able to get out of your vehicle. Everyone inside the vehicle MUST be wearing a seat belt. Halloween movies will be playing in the parking lot on our big screen while you wait for your admission time.
CAN WE STILL WEAR A COSTUME?
Yes, of course! Wearing a Halloween costume to the event is highly encouraged. There will be a photo stop, so dress to impress! Your car can wear a costume too! No car decorations over 10 ft.
DO I NEED TO PURCHASE TICKETS OR CAN WE BUY ONSITE?
Tickets MUST be purchased on-line in advance. Ticket sales end 10/16 at midnight. NOTE: a limited number of tickets are available. Each car MUST HAVE a ticket to enter the event. The price for a ticket is PER CAR (not per person).
WHAT DOES TIMED TICKETING MEAN?
The time on your ticket is our best guess estimate for when your driving experience will begin. You should arrive 15-30 minutes early in order to be ready to drive at your designated time. Times are an approximation and may vary greatly. We will do our best to keep the event moving as quickly as possible and on time.
HOW WILL I RECEIVE MY TICKETS?
After purchasing you ticket, you will receive a confirmation and receipt via email. Tickets will be e-mailed to you on Monday, October 19th. Each ticket is a designated color. Tickets MUST be printed out in COLOR and placed on your dash when you arrive at Halloween Trick or Treat Town. Cars without a colored ticket may have to wait longer than anticipated. Please print out your ticket! If you do not receive your tickets on Monday, October 19th, please send us an e-mail or message on Facebook with the name used to make the purchase and confirmation code if you have it.
WHERE DO I ENTER THE EVENT?
All vehicles will enter the event from Bartlett Avenue or Peger Road (near the Salmon Bake). A detailed map will be available closer to the event. Please pay close attention to staff directing cars in the parking lot.
DOES HALLOWEEN TRICK OR TREAT TOWN OFFER REFUNDS?
Halloween Trick or Treat Town does not offer refunds for ticket purchases.
CAN I CHANGE MY TICKET TIME?
We cannot change times on tickets.
HOW LONG WILL THE DRIVE-THRU TAKE TO COMPLETE?
Approximately 20 minutes after you have entered the gate. Make sure to arrive early to watch Halloween movies on the big screen in the parking lot.
CAN WE HAVE PEOPLE IN OUR TRUCK BED?
No. Everyone will need to be inside of the vehicle wearing a seatbelt.
ARE PETS ALLOWED?
Yes, you are more than welcome to bring along your furry friends to Halloween Trick or Treat Town. Pets must remain in your vehicle.
HOW DO I ACCESS THE AUDIO TO THE EVENT?
You will use your car’s FM radio to tune into audio to the event. Halloween movies will be playing in the parking lot on our big screen while you wait for your admission time. Station numbers will be available prior to event day.
WILL I BE ABLE TO GET OUT TO GO TO THE RESTROOM?
No, due to traffic, safety and social distancing guidelines, no one will be allowed to exit their vehicle to use the restrooms, or for any other reason.
WHERE DO THE EVENT PROCEEDS GO?
All proceeds of this event benefit Access Alaska's Independent Living programs and services and Pioneer Park's Playground Fund for future inclusive playground development efforts.