WHITAKER BANK BALLPARK (Lexington, KY) - Whitaker Bank Ballpark has been transformed into a haunted house for fans to experience throughout the Halloween season starting Friday, September 29. The Legends and Wicked World Scaregrounds teamed up to bring Central Kentuckians "Fear the Legend," the official haunt name for the haunted house at Whitaker Bank Ballpark with its theme being inspired by the idea of a crazed Legends fan (known as The Legend) being locked in the ballpark during the offseason. The Legend now haunts the ballpark and anyone who dares to visit the park in the offseason. The idea for "Fear the Legend" Haunted House was born from Legends President & CEO Andy Shea wanting a way for fans to enjoy the ballpark in the offseason.
"Fear the Legend" has two attractions, Nightmare Hotel and Monster League, one down each side of the concourses at Whitaker Bank Ballpark. Fans can take in both attractions for only $20 with cash only ticket purchases at the door. Dates for the "Fear the Legend" Haunted House attraction will run September 29 to October 1; October 5-8; October 12-15; October 19-22 and wrapping up over Halloween week/weekend October 25-31. Open times will be: Sunday & Thursday 8pm-10pm and Friday & Saturday 8pm-Midnight.
Dean Stephens, owner of Wicked World Scaregounds said, "Fear the Legend is from the creators [and minds] of Wicked World Scaregrounds … [which] was voted in the top 31 must see haunts in the United States for 2016. Fans will not want to miss this attraction."
For more information on the "Fear the Legend" Haunted House, please contact Jillian Waitkus at email@example.com or 859-422-7847. The Legends, a Single-A affiliate of the Kansas City Royals and a member of the South Atlantic League, recently completed their 17thseason in Lexington, Kentucky at Whitaker Bank Ballpark. The Legends open the 2018 season on Thursday, April 5, 2018 against the Charleston RiverDogs, an affiliate of the New York Yankees. For Legends ticket information, call 859-422-7867 or visit www.LexingtonLegends.com.
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