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Would you dare go to a murder-mystery dinner on a farm this Halloween season?

Brittany Anas
Spooky season is coming and a Longmont farm is hosting a murder-mystery dinner.Photo byGanapathy KumaronUnsplash

By Brittany Anas / NewsBreak Denver

(Longmont) Spooky season is creeping up on us, and the Denver area will have all kinds of haunted houses and Halloween bar pop-ups. 

But for a unique experience this Halloween, how does a murder-mystery dinner on a farm sound? 

YaYa Farm and Orchard, 6914 Ute Hwy., in Longmont, will host Boofest from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Oct. 28, giving Halloween lovers a chance to play a classic who-dun-it game.

The murder mystery dinner on the farm is a 16-and-up event. Guests can participate in a pumpkin-carving contest, enjoy a chili dinner with a topping station and jalapeno cornbread, and sip on cider made with YaYa’s apples. Costumes are optional, but bring layers and blankets because the air will be crisp. 

Boofest tickets are $80.  

If frights aren’t your thing, there’s plenty of tame fall fun on the farm.

The farm’s Applefest takes place from 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Oct. 21 and Oct. 22. Tickets are $5 for kids 3 and under; $22 for kids 10 and under; and $45 for adults, 11 years and up. 

Tickets to Applefest include a barbecue plate from Nordy’s barbecue, apples and apple cider donuts, and live bluegrass music providing the soundtrack. 

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Brittany is a journalist in the Denver metro area with more than two decades of writing and editing experience. She covers travel, restaurants and other lifestyle topics.

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