My Bloody Valentine, Cupid’s version of the annual Shocktober haunted house experience, is scheduled Friday and Saturday, Feb. 15 and 16, at Paxton Manor in Leesburg.
Proceeds help support The Arc of Loudoun and its services for people with developmental disabilities.
The story for the fifth annual My Bloody Valentine event features the Carvers, who are looking for dates for the Valentine’s Day Dance Massacre, a terrifying twist to your typical Valentine’s date!
This year, the event includes community partnerships and sponsorships, including a BLOOD red wine, “My Bloody Valentine Wine,” that is locally produced by Tarara Winery. The special wine will be on sale during the two-night event. Shocktober merchandise is also available to purchase online and on site.
Doors open both nights at 7 p.m. and the last tickets are sold at 10 p.m.
Tickets can be purchased online at shocktober.org or at the door. Admission is $35 if purchased online or $40 at the door. A discounted Couples Pass is available for $60 and groups discounts are available for online purchases only.
The haunted house experience is rated PG-13 and proceeds benefit The Arc of Loudoun, a non-profit organization
that advocates for and provides direct service to children and adults with disabilities and their families.
Programs include Aurora School, Open Door Learning Center Preschool, ALLY “A Life Like Yours” Advocacy Center, Aurora Behavior Clinic and Ability Fitness Center.
If you have a family member with special needs, want to volunteer or support The Arc of Loudoun, visit thearcofloudoun.org