Screamfest is coming to King Carnival in Mandurah

Screamfest is coming to King Carnival in Mandurah

GET ready for some spooky fun at the Screamfest Halloween Festival at King Carnival.

Screamfest is on Saturday, October 27.

There will be all of the traditional rides on offer such as the Ferris wheel, dodgems, tilta whirl and bungee tramps.

Pierre Ulric will be performing a half-hour Gothic Magic show for all ages to enjoy.

There will also be a horror quiz show with prizes and drummer Luke Jewell will be laying down some tribal beats.

There a two sessions. A family friendly session from 1pm to 5pm features lollies, games and prizes. The 6pm to 10pm session promises “full scare level” with lots of monsters, screams and a karaoke competition.

The Summoned, Perth’s longest walk through haunt attraction, will open for the night session.

During the day there will be a Kids Costume competition. The night session features the adults costume competition with bonus points for being in character. The winners will be decided by public vote and the judges’ decision. There is $1200 worth of prizes to be won.

An event photographer will be taking shots of all the costumes throughout each session.

WHAT: Screamfest Halloween Festival

WHERE: King Carnival, western foreshore, Mandurah

WHEN: Saturday, October 27

TICKETS: visit Screamfest

The Mandurah Coastal Times has 24 double passes to Screamfest to giveaway. To enter tag a friend in the Mandurah Coastal Times Screamfest Facebook post before 6pm on Sunday, October 21. Winners will be contacted on Monday, October 22.

For all the terms and conditions see Screamfest terms and conditions.