Skylands Stadium lights up for drive-thru Jack-O-Lantern Experience

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AUGUSTA, New Jersey — This Fall, Skylands Stadium in Augusta, New Jersey has been transformed into the Jack O’ Lantern Experience, a drive-thru display decorated with over 5,000 jack-o’-lanterns. “What we do here at Skylands Stadium is build family-friendly entertainment,” said Justin Ferrarella, general manager of Skylands Stadium. The all-new, […]

AUGUSTA, New Jersey — This Fall, Skylands Stadium in Augusta, New Jersey has been transformed into the Jack O’ Lantern Experience, a drive-thru display decorated with over 5,000 jack-o’-lanterns.

“What we do here at Skylands Stadium is build family-friendly entertainment,” said Justin Ferrarella, general manager of Skylands Stadium.

The all-new, evening spectacle of visual displays, which range from dinosaurs to Disney characters, can be enjoyed by people of all ages and lovers of Halloween.

“As opposed to a walk-through, which we were hoping to have this year, due to the current circumstances we had to make the most out of this situation,” Ferrarella said.

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The Jack O’ Lantern Experience will run evenings from 6 to 10 p.m. through November 1, and tickets will be sold by the carload.

Visitors must purchase tickets online and will be given a time slot — they should arrive within 15 minutes of it.

To ensure the safety of visitors, the drive-thru event will follow social-distancing guidelines.

After visiting the experience, families can explore the Fall festival inside the park, which offers food, seasonal craft beer, and carnival rides.

“This is a unique opportunity where families can create memories that will last a lifetime,” Ferrarella said.
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