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July 18, 2024

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Nashville Nightmare to Open this Month

The Music City haunted house kicks off on Friday, September 15 and runs on select nights through Saturday, November 11.

Thirteenth Floor Entertainment Group announces Nashville Nightmare, kicking off on Friday, September 15 and running on select nights through Saturday, November 11.

The Music City haunted house takes visitors through an unforgettable spooky experience that will have them shrieking from thrills and mayhem at every turn.

β€œNashville Nightmare is celebrating 13 years of fear,” said CEO & Founding Partner Chris Stafford. β€œWith four brand new attraction themes and reimagined add-on experiences, Nashville Nightmare is sure to be the place to celebrate Halloween in Nashville this fall season.”

What’s New?

Thrill-seekers looking to celebrate the Halloween season can expect brand new twists on fan-favorite attractions Horror High Homecoming, Vector Research: Alien Threat, Midnight Mortuary: Blood Ritual, plus the addition of the all-new maze Legends of the Mythos. With new themes, terrifying storylines and fresh maze routes, this year’s footprint is set to keep visitors on their toes. Guests can also visit various additional spirited attractions including Bar Nightmare for 21+ patrons to enjoy ghostly libations before or after experiencing the haunted houses, Class Axe Throwing, Mini Escape Games, an Egyptian laser maze, and more.

The season will cap off on November 11th with the infamous β€œBlackout,” where daredevils can experience the Haunted House with monsters and mayhem lurking in total darkness, and nothing but a glow stick to guide them.

Tickets are on sale now, beginning at $19.99. Event may be too intense for children under 12. For more information visit nashvillenightmare.comΒ and follow us on Instagram at @nashvillenightmare. Nashville Nightmare is located at 1016 Madison Square, Madison, TN 37115.



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Michael Aldrich

Michael Aldrich is Nashville Parent's Managing Editor and a Middle Tennessee arts writer. He and his wife, Alison, are the proud parents of 4-year-old Ezra and baby Norah.