The Newburgh Civitan Zombie Farm is back for its 50th year, and we have your chance to win tickets for free!

In its 50th year of scares, the Zombie Farm is more than just a haunted house, more importantly, it is a fundraiser that benefits the Newburgh Civitan club, and additional proceeds are donated to charities in the community. As previously mentioned, this is the 50th year of the Zombie Farm, making it the oldest non-for-profit haunted attraction in North America!

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The Zombie Farm opened for the season on September 29th and will run through October 31st. Here are the Zombie Farm's opening hours this year:

  • Thursday & Sunday: 7 pm to 9 pm
  • Friday & Saturday: 7 pm to midnight
  • No-Scare Tours (Thursday - Sunday): 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm

Admission is only $15, while those opting for the No-Scare Tours pay just $5. Located in Warrick County, you can find The Zombie Farm at 5466 Vann Road in Newburgh, Indiana.

The Zombie Farm even hosts a Children's Day each year that offers games, inflatables, and activities, along with no-scare tours. This year, Children's Day at the Zombie Farm will be held on Saturday, October 21st from 1-4 p.m.

Win Tickets to the Zombie Farm

99.5 WKDQ wants to give you the opportunity to get in on the fun for free. You can enter to win one of five four-pack ticket bundles by filling out the form below. The deadline to enter is October 13th at 10 AM. All Townsquare Media General Contest Rules apply.

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