La Ronde Coffin Challenge – Could you sleep in a coffin for 30 hours?


La Ronde Coffin Challenge –  La Ronde will host the ultimate Halloween party with its first edition of Bal de la Frayeur. On November 1, guests 16 and older will experience an exclusive evening in the park in the company of our most frightening characters. The event will also feature live Djs and thrilling coasters from 7 p.m. to 3 a.m. For this special occasion, guests are invited to come in a costume (masks are prohibited). Tickets are on sale at 

When is the 30-Hour Coffin Challenge

Back by popular demand, the 30-Hour Coffin Challenge is back with a vengeance with more prize money on the line and more reasons to fear. From October 12 to October 13, six brave participants will have the mission to spend 30 hours in a coffin. This gut-wrenching competition will be the ultimate challenge as the park amps up the scare in 2019. Competitors will have to face their fears by spinning a wheel of fright with creepier, more sinister tests and challenges throughout their 30-hour ordeal. The big winner will get $600, two 2019 Gold Season Passes, two Dinning Season Passes (basic) and two Fear Passes. 

For Thrills by Day, kids and families can enjoy the fun of Fright Fest during our daytime celebration and experience the park’s Halloween themed shows: Freaky Monsters and les Citrouilles. Throughout the daylight hours, kids will be safest in Pays de Ribambelle, where there are a dozen pint-sized attraction designed just for them and not a fright in sight. Be warned, after 5:30 p.m., all HELL breaks loose and the park will become more terrifying than ever. Thus, our evening celebration is not recommended for children 12 years and under. 

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