The Bristol Press – ‘Hollowed Harvest’ attraction returns to Plymouth

PLYMOUTH — BOLD Media is bringing back its popular “Hollowed Harvest” attraction, which features thousands of intricately sculpted Jack-O’-Lanterns arranged in creative displays, to Camp Mattatuck beginning Sept. 23.

This is the third year that BOLD Media will offer its “Hollowed Harvest” chain of Jack-O’-Lantern festivals with locations ranging from Salem, MA, to Richmond, VA, to Camp Mattatuck at 221 Mt. Tobe Rd.

Some exhibits are up to two stories tall and include over 7,000 Jack-O’Lanterns. The walking attraction takes approximately 30-45 minutes and features a sea serpent, pirate ship and more.

Daniel Smith, graphic designer and marketing at BOLD Media, said Hollowed Harvest has been very well received in recent years.

“All of our sites performed very well, with good attendance,” he said. “We’re looking to keep the momentum going.”

Among the new features this year, visitors can expect to include a Jack-O’-Lantern tunnel, hand-carved organic pumpkins and a seasonal pass for those who wish to see the seasonal attraction more than once. time.

Matthew Glaser, CEO of Bold Media, said Hollowed Harvest is becoming a Halloween tradition for families in the greater Hartford area. He expects his third year to be his best yet.

“A lot of Halloween is for young adults with spooky attractions,” he said. “Hollowed Harvest is a rare and safe haven that focuses more on the fun of Halloween and the beauty of Jack-O’-Lanterns as an art form, while eschewing the horror aspect,” he said. -he declares. “In short, it’s perfect for young and old.”

General admission tickets are on sale now and must be purchased in advance. No tickets will be sold during the event. Time slots are on a first come, first served basis.

A 20% discount is offered until September 22.

For more information, including a full schedule or events, or to purchase tickets, visit hollowedharvest.com.

Brian M. Johnson can be reached at 860-973-1806 or bjohnson@bristolpress.com.

Published in The Bristol Press, Plymouth, Terryville on Tuesday, September 13, 2022 10:39 AM. Updated: Tuesday September 13, 2022 10:42.

Keith P. Plain