Celebrating Snoopy, Updates in the Park, and a Passholder Sale at Knott’s Berry Farm!

It’s Snoopy’s birthday and Knott’s Berry Farm is celebrating this weekend with a special photo opportunity and handing out buttons at the entrance. The celebration will be all weekend long, until the 13th.

Also to celebrate is a special sale for 2024 Season Passes. For either $95 or $6 a month for 11 months (after initial payment) you can get a Season Pass to Knott’s. BUT it gets even better. The 2024 Season Pass allows you admission for the remainder of 2023! It is over a year for a pass at a very low price. And the offer is going until Labor Day!

Just to show off what there will be coming up for the next seasons, not only did I get to celebrate Snoopy’s day, but also went around to see what is happening or being updated at the park:

Camp Snoopy is getting some updates, especially to attractions. Walls are up with some fun Peanuts comic strips as guests wait to see what’s next. It doesn’t look like a huge update, but still a great one that will expand this area with some new offerings.

Boardwalk has some updated game locations, and Hang Time. But, soon Xcelerator will open back up after a very long hiatus! There was some signs of refurbishment going on, which means it’s just some days before this beloved roller coaster sends people careening through its course.

Ghost Town Alive will still be bringing interactive entertainment until Labor Day, and it’s always fun to participate or to watch. There are fun little details to see as well. Around Ghost Town, Spurs will be transforming by Fall to a new eating establishment with Mrs. Murphy’s Farm Fresh Meals. No details yet on what this will be exactly, but it will be a welcome new place to grab some food!

Fiesta Village has some new details that popped up since our initial visit there. Some nice signage has appeared, and the Papas Locos fans can get their fries at the windows at the entrance to the area across from Casa California. Overall, Fieasta Village has become a personal favorite area and it shows how great Knott’s can be in both its theme and atmosphere. It’s got vibrancy, yet a good place to relax at the same time.

Knott’s has great fun and food throughout the year, so it’s absolutely worth grabbing a Season Pass. You can spend a couple hours, like I did today, or a full day and it’s not disappointing. Below is the official press release about the passes. We’ll keep you updated on what is going on at Knott’s Berry Farm, and most likely next will be Scary Farm season news!

Happy Birthday Snoopy!Knott’s Berry Farm Celebrates the World’s Most Famous BeagleWith Launch of 2024 Season Pass 
BUENA PARK, CA. – Cheers to another trip around the sun for Snoopy! Today, the world’s most famous beagle celebrates his birthday, and Knott’s Berry Farm is getting the party started with the launch of its 2024 Season Pass. Guests can now buy a 2024 Knott’s Season Pass at the lowest price of the season until Labor Day and get unlimited visits through 2023 and 2024, enjoying a lineup that includes great seasonal events, an array of delicious cuisine and exciting entertainment. Knott’s PEANUTS CelebrationThroughout 2024, guests can experience everything new that Knott’s Berry Farm has to offer, along with the park’s entertaining Seasons of Fun events. It all starts with the return of Knott’s PEANUTS Celebration, a fun-filled event dedicated to the beloved PEANUTS characters. Guests are invited to step inside the pages of a Charles M. Schulz comic strip as the characters take over the entire park daily from late January through February. Knott’s Boysenberry FestivalIn spring, the much-anticipated Knott’s Boysenberry Festival returns with countless one-of-a-kind boysenberry-inspired food and drink offerings created by Knott’s culinary team. Unique entertainment and an array of artisan crafters round out the festival from mid-March through April.  Summer at Knott’s Summer brings the return of the award-winning immersive western adventure Ghost Town Alive, with a new storyline set in the town of Calico unraveling for guests. The summer adventure continues long after the sun goes down, with a nighttime summer party that will liven up the evening. Knott’s Summer Nights offers exciting ways to enjoy the festivities that fill Knott’s midway from Calico Park to Charleston Circle with live music and DJs. Summertime at Knott’s wouldn’t be complete without a visit to Knott’s Soak City Waterpark, where guests can catch a ride down 23 different speed, tube and body slides or take a relaxing trip down one of the longest lazy rivers in the country. Knott’s Spooky FarmFor fall, the spooktacular family-friendly daytime Halloween event, Knott’s Spooky Farm, will invite families with little ghouls to celebrate the spooky season. Knott’s Spooky Farm will offer little ones delightfully wicked Halloween-themed activities, live entertainment and much more.  Knott’s Merry FarmAs winter rolls in, guests can find the spirit of the season at Knott’s Merry Farm, where joy will be spread throughout the park. Knott’s Merry Farm will host holiday cheer for parkgoers as they create new holiday memories set to the backdrop of a true classic Christmas.  Season Pass DetailsA 2024 Season Pass is the best pass value in SoCal for an entire year of seasonal fun. With a 2024 Season Pass, guests can enjoy all of Knott’s Seasons of Fun events next year, plus free admission for the remainder of 2023. A Regular Season Pass includes unlimited admission to Knott’s Berry Farm with no blockout dates, and a Gold Season Pass includes unlimited admission to both Knott’s Berry Farm and Knott’s Soak City Waterpark with no blockout dates. Now at the lowest price of the year, Regular Season Passes start at just $95 or 11 easy payments of $6 after initial payment. Hurry before these offers end on September 4, 2023. Applicable taxes and fees apply. Payment plans are only available at knotts.com. For more information about Knott’s Season Passes and Seasons of Fun, please visitknotts.com.

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