A night of music, magic, fright and fun with food and drink!
The Capital District’s Newest Halloween Experience Starts Oct. 27-29
Guests at the All Souls Harvest Village event at Indian Ladder Farms will have many attractions to tempt them during the fun-filled days of October 28 and 29 and spooky nights of Friday-Sunday October 27-29.
In addition to the farm’s locally-sourced Yellow Rock Café, the village will offer a fun mix of food vendors and souvenir shopping with regional artisans.
For an additional $15 per person, enjoy the Demon’s Study Escape Room a fully interactive, horror-themed escape, complete with live actors and a ghoulish mystery to unravel.
Once the sun goes down, the harvest turns to horror. From 7-11 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 7-10 p.m. Sunday, the village ramps up with 18-and-over experiences like the Shimmy Gypsies Burlesque Show, a heart-stopping fire show by Douglas Stafford, and the Forbidden Woods journey, while the Creepy Bard lives up to his name. Paired with great beer or cider from the Indian Ladder Farmstead and Brewery, the All Souls Harvest Village is a Halloween experience not to be missed.
The All Souls Harvest Village is the Capital District’s newest Halloween event. It’s produced by the New York Capital District Renaissance Festival creators, who have brought knights and fair ladies from the Renaissance to Indian Ladder Farms each June for the past four years. The producers will bring the same high-quality experience to Halloween that they conjure up for the more than 4,000 guests who attend the Renaissance Festival each year.
Entrance to the farm is free. The All Souls Halloween Village costs $5 for children and adults during the day. After 7 p.m. it’s 18-and-over only and admission costs $15.