DADE CITY, Fla. – Scream-A-Geddon, the annual Dade City Halloween attraction, is returning in 2020 with a few changes due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

What You Need To Know

  • Scream-A-Geddon returns September 11

  • The Halloween attraction will feature a new scare

  • New safety measures will also be in place due to coronavirus

The attraction, which is spread over 60 acres, will begin September 11 and run through November 1.

Scream-A-Geddon will feature five haunted houses, including a new one called Ravenhill Asylum. The story for that house is set in a Florida asylum the was force to close in 1993.

The asylum's chief psychiatrist, fearing the illegal treatment of patients would be discovered, ordered that the asylum be sealed, locking the remaining patients inside.

The event will also feature food and drinks, which can be found at the event's central hub, Monster's Midway. For alcoholic beverages, visitors can head to Bonzo's Beer Garden.

Organizers have created a safety plan in light of the ongoing pandemic.

As part of the new measures, all visitors and employees will be required to wear face masks where social distancing is not possible.

Visitors and employees will also have to undergo a temperature check before being allowed entry. Once inside, visitors will be expected to adhere to social distancing in the attractions and queues.

To help with the measures, capacity will be capped to 50 percent.

Tickets start at $21.95 and can be purchased at