Attention horror fans! CT HorrorFest returns on September 18, 2021! The event is presented by Connecticut-based horror website Horror News Network, one of the top horror news and information sites on the web.
Come meet horror celebrities and shop horror themed vendors at The Naugatuck Event Center in Naugatuck, CT.
Tickets will be on sale soon.
*Children age 10 and under FREE when accompanied by a paying adult.
*Please note that guest list can change due to guest cancellation or events beyond our control. Celebrity autograph prices vary and are at the discretion of the celebrity. CT HorrorFest does not control what celebrities may charge for autograph or photo opportunities.
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Naugatuck Event Center
6 Rubber Ave.
Naugatuck, CT 06770
September 18, 2021 11 AM – 7PM (Pre-order ticket holders get in at 10AM)
PARKING FOR CT HORRORFEST
Parking is free in the main lot and there will be plenty of other lots and street parking available.
In December of 2015, long-time Horror News Network/CT HorrorFest staff member, Sarah Mathews passed away suddenly. Her love of all things pop culture was only over shadowed by her love of cats. It is in her honor that we are donating the 2018 raffle prize and table to Animals for Life-CT at CT HorrorFest.
Animals for Life is an all-volunteer, not for profit animal rescue based out of CT. Since 1996, Animals for Life has had the simple goal of finding needy animals loving homes. Now, almost 20 years later, their goal remains the same–to place homeless cats and dogs into wonderful, forever homes.
They are also are huge believers in education and outreach and work to educate and assist the public on companion animal issues, and address the issue of pet overpopulation that is rampant in CT and the world in general.
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