Knott’s Scary Farm will offer a free ticket to some adult chaperones

Knott’s Berry Farm, which has banned unaccompanied minors following a series of fights involving teenagers over the summer, announced on Wednesday that adults accompanying groups of minors to its after-hours Halloween event opening could receive a free entrance ticket.

Beginning Thursday, any attendant who frequents Knott’s Spooky Farm at Buena Park theme park with five minors will be granted free admission to use on the same evening.

The theme park instituted the chaperone policy after several fights broke out and forced the park to close for three hours in early July. Some of the fights were caught on video posted to social media that showed security guards caught in the fray and customers fleeing for safety.

Park officials had described the policy as “welcome” and extended it to apply on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays and every Knott’s Scary Farm event night through October 31.

Attendants must be 21 years or older and present valid photo ID. There is a limit of one free ticket for every five minors.

Los Angeles Times

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