[image-1] Boone Hall’s annual Halloween Fright Nights festival will not be returning in 2016, according to a post on the popular tourist destination’s Facebook page. Citing a recent split with DVE Productions, the entertainment company responsible for producing the Halloween spectacle, Boone Hall’s announcement states that there was insufficient time to assemble a new team for a 2016 event.

“Plans are already underway to bring this event back in 2017 and hopefully take this popular fall event to the next level,” according to Boone Hall’s statement. “It is worth noting that DVE Productions did a very good job designing and presenting this event during our years together, and we thank them for the standards they have set for this event and wish them the best.”

Updates on next year’s Fright Nights will be posted on the Boone Hall Plantation Facebook page as plans for the event develop.

For those curious about Boone Hall’s annual Pumpkin Patch festivities, good news. The Pumpkin Patch will be open every day from Oct. 1-31. 


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