Join us for three scary nights of fun benefiting three awesome organizations! 
 October 31     |      November 1     |     November 2 
(Make a donation through any ticket link)

 

Double, double! Toil and trouble! Fire burn and cauldron bubble!” Get ready for a hair-raising, heart-stopping, Halloween haunted house fright-night that’ll make your blood run cold. Don’t miss the hijinx of our goblins and ghosts guaranteed to thrill and chill!

Things get spooky from October 31 to November 2 from 6pm – 10pm at the ASU Collaboratory on Central at the Westward Ho, 
618 North Central Avenue at Fillmore Street. (East entrance, on Central Ave.)

Don’t worry, our chamber of horrors is “kid friendly” from 6pm – 8pm, but LOOK OUT! Things get REALLY SCARY 8pm – 10pm!

So grab your broomstick and bring all your flying monkeys! Experience the Nightmare at the Westward Hobefore the clock strikes 10! No evil zombies allowed (without a permit)!

 

The $10 minimum donation benefits three awesome organizations:

 PISTLE.org (Post Incident Stress &Trauma in Law Enforcement.) Their services include peer support, advocacy, training, treatment options, family support and counsel for officers who suffer from the results which occur following traumatic incidents,

 The United Way, working for the health, education and financial stability of everyone in every community.

 The Community Collaborative at the Westward Ho (through ASU Foundation). The Community Collaborative is an innovative, community-embedded program that provides free services to the tenants of the Westward Ho, while offering students from multiple disciplines a real-world environment to learn the skills of their field, while providing services that address need in the community. The ASU Foundation is a private non-profit philanthropy organization bringing resources advancing and sustaining the success of the faculty and staff of Arizona State University. 

*****Warning! Please be aware that strobe light & atmospheric effects are used in this production. Certain sound effects may be triggering.****