Las Vegas has everything…from neon graveyards, to KISS mini golf, and even Whitney Houston holograms. And this summer, we can add “haunts in July” to that list. For two nights only, July 15 and 16, 2022, “Vegas Fright Nights” will open up two haunted attractions for a special Summer of Screams event.

This event serves a preview of the Halloween season offering, and the first 1,000 guests will receive a special entry for the September 30th opening day.


Nightmare Manor


Nightmare Manor is the place where evil resides. And lucky for you, this Victorian home happens to have a vacancy. Do you remember the days of playing with the Ouija Board and mouthing Bloody Mary in the bathroom mirror? Well, the time has come for the demonic spirits you beckoned to entertain their new houseguest. They’ve been pacing these haunted halls eagerly awaiting your arrival. Won’t you join them for all eternity? Better splash on some holy water before you enter this one. Oh, and don’t stare at those paintings too long…

Clowns Invasion in 3D


Step into our colorful funhouse where sinister clowns are dying to show you a good time. As you embark on a journey of giggles and gore, this 3D experience promises to show you a whole new dimension of evil. The clowns you’ll encounter here are lurking through the chaotic mazes and the demented ball pits, so trust us when we say that you’ll need to keep your wits about you if you don’t want to become a part of the circus.

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In addition to the two mazes, the event will also feature a sideshow stage where you can watch special performances or dance to a DJ.

Tickets for this event are limited and should be purchased in advance through their website. But at only $20, these tickets might be one of the best deals in Vegas. What’s more, all proceeds from Vegas Fright Nights go toward supporting programs and services provided by Opportunity Village, a not-for-profit organization serving adults in the Southern Nevada community with intellectual and related disabilities, to enhance their lives and the lives of the families who love them.