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Nights of the Jack
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Nights of the Jack 

This coming October, the highly anticipated “Nights of the Jack” Halloween event will return for its fourth year, and it’s back to the popular walking format at King Gillette Ranch in Calabasas from October 1 – 31, 6 p.m. – 10 p.m. daily. Nights of the Jack is the ultimate Halloween attraction for Angelenos and has become a staple of the Southern California Halloween season. Vast grounds of elaborate, larger-than-life pumpkin installations greet visitors as they walk through the trail around the history-filled ranch. 

Guests can treat themselves to hot cider, seasonal cocktails from the Spookeasy bar or festive fall treats while they feast their eyes on the spooky sights. Nights Of The Jack is a Halloween Jack O’ Lantern event tailored for all ages. The interactive walking trail filled with thousands of hand-carved, illuminated pumpkins spans two-thirds of a mile. Nights of the Jack is committed to ensuring the safety of all patrons and staff. The event encourages attendees to follow all health and safety guidelines to prevent the spread of Covid-19.
Tickets are on sale now at https://nightsofthejack.com/

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