ScareLA is a spooky Halloween convention held this weekend August 25th and 26th at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Tickets are reasonable and well worth it.
When you first walk into the convention there is a sense that there is an outbreak of some sort, some are infected and some are not. You go through a maze.
The sense of Halloween hits you as soon as you enter. Every way you look there is something to remind you of the upcoming season.
There was not only smells and sights of scary and spooky halloween booths, there was also music. I wouldn’t say it was overwhelmingly loud but it put you in the mood for sure.
We made our way around the convention, it was dark, and had scare zones. Many of the upcoming attractions such as the Haunted Hay ride and Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor were featured.
We go to all the haunts in the area, the Haunted Hayride and Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor are two that have become must go to attractions. They really take the time to make it feel real, and it can get scary in some parts.
Here are a few pictures I snapped of the convention as I walked around. There was a lot to see, I may not have gotten it all. Here’s a peek.
I have to say, even though this was my first ScareLa, it won’t be my last. I was also able to by some great comics. There were books, comics, jewelry, make up and screening of short films in the back. There indeed was a lot to keep you busy for the duration.
If you can’t make it tomorrow, definitely put this on your calendar for next year, its one you won’t regret if you love Halloween.