THE GIST: Prepare to face your darkest fears at Drinkaway Camp, the ultimate Slasher Pop Up+ Experience. The immersive event descends upon The Big Rip Brewing Company this October. Combining elements from your favorite Cabin in the Woods-themed movies, this immersive event promises to transport attendees into a world of horror, suspense, and survival, all while laughing with your friends. But will they all survive the night?
Highlights: Drinkaway Camp is not just another haunted attraction—it’s an interactive experience that allows participants to embody their favorite horror archetypes. Choose to play as The Nerd, The Jock, The Final Girl, or even The Killer, and navigate the treacherous challenges that lie ahead. Each character type offers a unique perspective, ensuring a diverse and captivating experience for everyone involved.
Upon arrival, each individual will receive a mini Necronomicon—a cherished keepsake that will serve as a guide to survive the night’s horrors. This sinister tome will provide valuable information, hints, and even protection against the lurking evils that await within Drinkaway Camp.
Play or Just Drink: But fear not; it’s not all screams and shivers! Drinkaway Camp will also feature a selection of spooky cocktails to add a touch of fun to the night. Sip on chilling concoctions as you navigate the terrifying challenges, enhancing the overall experience with a taste of the macabre.
When: Drinkaway Camp will run every weekend throughout October, allowing attendees to fully immerse themselves in the world of horror and survival. Each night promises terrifying and hilarious moments, spine-tingling encounters, and the thrill of outsmarting that guy with the machete. Drinkaway Camp is a must-attend for horror aficionados. This experience is only open to adults 21 years of age or older. Come dressed as your favorite archetype for an even better time. For media inquiries or questions, please email [email protected].
Tyler has been the editor in chief of Signal Horizon since its conception. He is also the Director of Monsters 101 at Truman State University a class that pairs horror movie criticism with survival skills to help middle and high school students learn critical thinking. When he is not watching, teaching or thinking about horror he is the Director of Debate and Forensics at a high school in Kansas City, Missouri.