Field of Screams Haunted Stadium featuring Sinister Valley
Hollywood Gothique Says:
Since Sinister Valley moved into Field of Scream’s Haunted Stadium, the quality has been high. Maze are filled with endless corridors, rooms, twists and turns, and no matter where you go, walk, line-up, or stand – there are always monsters lurking somewhere.
Lake Elsinore Diamond
500 Diamond Drive, Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
Status: In Limbo. After going dark during the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic, Field of Screams remains “closed until further notice.” The event is not officially canceled. The proprietors of the “Haunted Stadium” advise fans to “stay tuned” and “keeping checking back for updates,” though nothing new has appeared on their website or Facebook page since August 2020.
Field of Screams: The Haunted Stadium History
Field of Screams: The Haunted Stadium is a brand name for an annual event, which has been haunting the Inland Empire’s Diamond Stadium (a.k.a. Storm Stadium) since Halloween 2010, manifesting in a few different incarnations. In 2016, the original company behind the haunt left, leaving the in-house Storm Events company in charge. In 2018, Sinister Valley, which had been a stand-alone Halloween haunt, joined forces, returning for Halloween 2019.
Sinister Valley Haunted House History
After haunting Temecula for years, Sinister Valley Haunted House graduated to full commercial mode for Halloween 2017. Sinister Valley transformed its Vail Ranch location into what truly felt like a sinister valley, thanks to dirt roads and rustic decor suggesting a wild, haunted countryside. Backed by a dark ambient soundtrack, the haunted house featured mechanics and effects worth of a theme park attraction. Since joining forces with Field of Screams in 2018, Sinister Valley officially remains part of the lineup, though no dates of operation are listed for Halloween 2020.
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