The longest and most terrifying season in the history of PortAventura World, which will last for more than 50 days, arrives with great new features that will surprise all visitors. From 24th September until 13th November, horror and thrill-seekers will be able to enjoy, for the first time in history, a total of 6 terror passages, as well as a wide range of shows featuring more than 200 artists with almost 200 hours of shows a week.
One of the most special novelties of the 22nd Halloween season is aimed at the youngest and most daring of the house: the first horror show for children, Trick or Treat, a terrifyingly sweet journey through the house of the master of Chinese magic who will end up going into a giant pumpkin. For its part, the rhythm will explode in PortAventura Park with MTV Hor-Rock in Texas, a musical passage guided by the best musicians in our history. In addition, the resort will be celebrating its black edition on the night of 8th October with MTV Hor-Rock Night.
An offer of shows to enjoy all the senses
During this edition, the programme of activities will include two of the most acclaimed shows by the public: Halloween Parade and Horror at the Lake. One of the most important gastronomic novelties will be the return of the dinner show “La Posada de la familia Halloween”, a themed and interactive dinner that will invite diners to participate while they enjoy themselves accompanied by such famous characters as the unpredictable Exorcist Girl, the funny Franki, the laughing Uncle Fester or the incorrigible Beetlejuice.
In addition, visitors will have the opportunity to enjoy once again the best horror rides with La Muerte Viva, the first circuit set in Mexico inaugurated in 2021; La Isla Maldita, a ride of more than one kilometre, unique in Europe with 70 actors participating in the ride; as well as REC Experience and Apocalipsis Maya. The Halloween Passport, a special pass for the most daring, will be available for access to the horror passages.
A social and sustainable Halloween edition
Sustainability and good environmental practices will also be present during this new season. For the first time, Halloween will also be experienced in a special way in PortAventura’s Dreams Village, the PortAventura Foundation’s play area where families with children with serious illnesses are housed as part of their emotional recovery therapy. In this way, Dreams will have its first Halloween party, where professional make-up artists will be on hand to characterise the children and their families. The volunteers of the PortAventura Foundation will be in charge of organising this terrifyingly fun party.
In addition, as has become tradition, every corner of the park will be decorated with more than twelve thousand pumpkins, totalling more than 120,000 kg, grown on a farm in the Penedés region close to the resort, a local, zero-kilometre product that boosts the local economy and the agricultural sector in Tarragona. These pumpkins, a symbol of Halloween at PortAventura World, once the season is over, will be fed to local sheep, following the circular economy and zero waste strategy that the company has implemented.