Oct. 29-31: Colonial Haunt – The Lost Garrison and inFESTation – Local Music Resurrection


October 29-31: The Colonial Quarter Experience, along with Pigman’s Music & Arts Company, LLC are teaming up to bring scares to the oldest city with Colonial Haunt: The Lost Garrison and The inFESTation – Local Music Resurrection concert — all happening Halloween weekend on the grounds of the Colonial Quarter, located on Saint George Street in downtown St. Augustine. 

The Lost Garrison is a spooktacular 20-minute walkthrough event which entices visitors to experience how the colonists of yesteryear, with old fashioned tools, might fare in an invasion…as The Colonial Quarter is overrun by giant MAN-EATING Black Widow Spiders – crafted and designed by Pigman’s Music & Arts Company. The haunt will be approved for all ages, but it is Halloween, so it will be mildly creepy and scary.  GET TICKETS HERE

The Entrance to the Haunt will be at 14 S. Castillo Drive – with the attraction open from 6 PM until 10PM each night. Admission for the experience will be $15 per victim. Tours will begin every 10 to 20 minutes throughout the evenings of the Haunt. 

The Haunted weekend at The Colonial Quarter will conclude on Sunday, October 31 with the inFESTation! Local Music Resurrection concert at The Colonial Oak Music Park.  Admission for the 31st is $20 per victim and includes both the Haunt AND the Concert. Music will run from 3PM until 10PM, with Colonial Haunt – The Lost Garrison retaining its 6PM – 10PM running times. GET COMBO TICKETS HERE

inFESTation!” will feature local artists and vendors as well as music by Bonnie Blue, The Space Heaters, the Bryce Alastair Band, and the reunion of St. Augustine’s The Whigs.  There will be a costume contest with cash prizes during the event.

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