How do I get tickets?

Tickets to experience No Place to Go in-person must be purchased online prior to the show time and date.

  • Bring Your Own Car Ticket ($60): Tickets are sold by the car and includes attendance for all individuals in your vehicle (please no more than 5 people for safety precautions). Invite your quarantine pod to join you!
  • Virtual Tickets ($25): Release date November 2020. We’ll mail you a pair of VR goggles and give you access to 360 degree video content to experience No Place to Go from the safety of your own home.

Where is No Place to Go located?

No Place to Go starts at Mint & Serif. The address is 7310 W Colfax Ave, Lakewood, CO 80214. For directions, please click: here. Arrive at the large back parking lot behind Mint & Serif (Please arrive 15 minutes before your designated ticket time). Before parking, please check-in with one of the lot attendants wearing NP2G sweatshirts and glow sticks. The other sites are within a two mile radius in 40 West Arts District and Wheat Ridge. The sites are disclosed through the app as you make your journey.

How do I get the App?

Download the NP2G App for iOS systems. All parties in your car should download the App prior to arrival. 

I have an Android phone?

Don’t worry, we have an alternative. The NP2G App is not integrated with Android systems, so we recommend using an iPhone if it is available in your car pod. If someone in your car has access to an iPhone, please download the App onto the iPhone before arriving at orientation and read the iOS App instructions above. If no one in your car has access to an iPhone, you can use your Android phone to scan a unique QR code that you will receive at orientation. This QR code will direct you to a URL containing your route, experiential directions and audio containing the NP2G narrative. Android users will not have access to all installation interactions.

How long does the experience last?

The experience lasts approximately 90 minutes. 

When should I arrive?

The Bring-Your-Own-Car experience starts promptly at your designated ticket time. Please arrive 15 minutes early at Mint & Serif for orientation as well as use the restrooms and/or purchase any food or drink at the Cafe. When you start your experience you will receive a code to unlock the contents of the app that will lead you on your way. Due to our strict COVID precautions, late arrivals will not be accommodated.

Where are there restrooms?

Please arrive 15 minutes early to use the restrooms at Mint & Serif. There are no available restrooms at the other sites. The bathrooms at Mint & Serif are all-gender and the ADA compliant bathroom is located through the front entrance along Colfax. 

Is it scary??

No Place to Go, unlike a typical haunted house, is NOT scary, violent or gory! There are no jump scares, nor are there any zombies, chainsaws, demons or the like. The show does not include any depictions of violence/gore.

What age is recommended?

We recommend ages 12 and up for this performance. Attendees under the age of 16 years old need to be accompanied by a guardian or parent in their car pod. There is mature content in No Place to Go including: partial nudity, profanity and sexual innuendos. 

Can I take photos?

Photography is permitted within the haunted house. Flash photography and professional photography equipment are not permitted. Please tag @no_place_to_go_haunted_house and use the hashtag #noplacetogodenver in your social media posts.

Can I bring food and drink into the haunted house?

Please do not! Leave your food and drink in your car.

Can I dress up?

Yes, please! This is a haunted house and it’s Halloween. Also two full moons this month. Just saying!

What about ticket refunds or exchanges?   

Refunds up to 1 day before the event. Eventbrite’s fee is nonrefundable. If you or anyone in your party does not feel well, please do not attend.

When will the Virtual Reality experience be available?

The virtual reality content will be released in early November 2020. We’ll mail you a pair of VR goggles and give you access to 360 degree video content to experience No Place to Go from the safety of your own home. Why is the release delayed? The installations were filmed October 16 & 17, 2020. The footage is currently being edited, stitched, color corrected, and uploaded. We can’t wait to share when it’s ready!

Can I donate to the project?

As an artist-led, collaborative project, additional donations go towards increasing artist fees:

Donate now at Fractured Atlas!

Co-Director Kate Speer is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of Kate Speer must be made payable to Fractured Atlas only and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

Thanks for asking!