The Dark Zone Network Bring Halloween Fun Home With Virtual Haunt & Music Fest

The Dark Zone Network Bring Halloween Fun Home With Virtual Haunt & Music Fest

Been bumped out with the state of the world? Well, good news…Halloween is not cancelled! Adding to the season, The Dark Zone Network has announces their biggest Live Streaming Virtual Paranormal Event yet. This time, the people that brought you ground-breaking television like Ghost Hunters, Ghost Mine, Mountain Monsters and more, thrill and entertain viewers with four fully packed days of ghost hunting and Halloween festivities – music and celebration at the world’s most haunted ghost ship, the Queen Mary.

LA’s own rock legends Dead Sara has been added to the musical lineup and will perform for the first time in several months. One of the most dynamic and ferocious live attractions of their generation, the quartet are expected to premier some new songs. One of them to be released via Warner Records this fall. 

Never before has anyone had full and unrestricted access to the Queen Mary. Because it is currently closed to the public, every level, every haunted area will be virtually accessible by anyone watching the live stream. For the first time, the world’s most haunted ghost ship will reveal her secrets to The Dark Zone’s worldwide audience. For further details, click here.

Along with Dead Sara, The Dark Zone Network proudly announces music performances from Silversun Pickups, Filter, Beastö Blancö, Metalachi and Sound Barrier as well as celebrity guests Kane Hodder (Jason from Friday the 13th), Chad Lindberg (Supernatural), Calico Cooper (Alice Cooper’s daughter/Beastö Blancö’s lead singer), and Britton Buchanan (The Voice).

It all started on The Dark Zone as October 29th and runs through November 1st for four terrifying nights of Halloween on the haunted Queen Mary. Worth the price, tickets are only $19.99, so do not miss this cool event! 

Go to www.thedarkzone.tv for tickets and more info. Live, multi-channel stream available to view on Roku and Apple TV.

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