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Haunted Halloween drive-thru to be held in Little Rock

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The Downtown Little Rock Partnership (DLRP) and the Little Rock Zoo are teaming up to create a haunted Halloween drive-thru experience, the DLRP announced Wednesday.

Shadows at Sixth will showcase Arkansas’ most well-known ghost tales and urban legends, according to the DLRP. It will be a pandemic-safe and family-friendly event.

“Knowing haunted houses, hayrides, and trick-or-treating would inevitably look different this year, we began brainstorming how we could still safely celebrate the fun of Halloween as a community,” Downtown Little Rock Partnership Executive Director Gabe Holmstrom said.

Tickets for Shadows at Sixth are $25 per car if purchased online, or $30 per car if it is purchased at the event. People will be required to stay in their vehicles at all times.

The drive-thru will take place in the parking deck at 6th and Scott streets in downtown Little Rock seven days a week starting Oct. 9 and running through Oct. 31. You can find more info on the event here.

The event announcement comes as cities across the nation make decisions on how to celebrate Halloween during the COVID-19 pandemic. Officials in Los Angeles County, California, announced that there would be no trick-or-treating, no parties, no carnivals, and no festivals allowed due to the pandemic.

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