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Boo at the Zoo set to open in 22nd year

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Arkansas' largest Halloween festival, Boo at the Zoo, is back for its 22nd year and bigger and better than ever.

BOO opens Thursday, October 17th with Adults Only night and opens officially to the public Friday, October 18th through Sunday, October 20th, and reopens Friday, October 25th  through Thursday, October 31st and on Friday, November 1st..

General admission to BOO is $10 per person and includes admission to the event, trick-or-treating, s 'mores, and several free attractions that are included with general admission. 

Wristband admission is $20 per person and includes admission to the event, trick-or-treating, s‘mores, all free attractions, and unlimited admission to rides and amenities such as the Haunted House, Haunted Hay Ride, inflatable bounce houses, carnival games and other attractions (excluding fortune teller and concessionaires). 

Tickets are available for purchase online in advance at a discounted rate of $8 for general admission and $18 for wristband admission at www.LittleRockZoo.com/boo and are also available at the front gate at the Little Rock Zoo now through 4:00 p.m. October 18.  

Anyone purchasing a ticket in advance can enter BOO through the ticket pre-sales express entry gate.

 

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