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‘Insane DRIVE-THRU Nightmare on Skate Street’ to scare trick-or-treaters

MADISON – For its fifth year, Madison’s “Insane Nightmare on Skate Street” will take a different approach to comply with social distancing and safety from COVID-19.

On Halloween, Oct. 31, Insanity Complex at 100 Skate Park Drive will host a drive-through version of the trick-or-treating fun from 5 to 8 p.m. in the parking lot. ‘Nightmare’ is a family-friendly event that the public can attend free.

“Think of it as a trunk-or-treat event, except you don’t even have to leave your car if you don’t want to,” an Insanity Complex spokesperson said. “Drive thru if you dare!”

Insanity Complex’s ghoulish employees encourage all guests to dress up in their best Halloween costumes and decorate their cars in the Halloween spirit, maybe using a special theme or a tribute to a favorite movie or cartoon character. Individuals can enter their car in the “Best Car Costume Contest” for a chance to win a prize.

Sponsors for the event are Insanity Complex, Regions Bank and WZYP 104.3.

Anyone interested in attending as a vendor or helping as a sponsor can email Shelby Arias at shelby@insanitycomplex.com.

For more information, call 256-319-0000 or visit insanitycomplex.com.

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