When is it?
The Nightmare runs the last three weekends of October, on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Doors open at 7 PM. Note – toward the end of the month, as the crowds swell we try to open earlier to better accommodate everyone.
Where is it?
The Nightmare is located on the campus of Guts Church, Tulsa. You can get map directions by clicking HERE.
What can I expect?
You can expect to be served and helped with every aspect of your visit to our campus for this event. We do our best to provide convenient parking, a climate controlled indoor waiting area for you if there is any wait leading into the event, and the highest quality presentation you will ever see.
All visitors are required to pass a metal detector screening for safety purposes.
How much is a ticket?
$12 for general admission, and $20 for an express pass.
You can purchase tickets online HERE.
How old do I have to be?
12 years or older.
Will I need to sign release form?
Yes. Everyone who goes through The Nightmare must sign a release form and, if under 18, must also have a parent/guardian’s signature. You can get the form at the event or you can download the form below.
Is it suitable for my kid?
That’s up to you; we recommend it.
What if I am pregnant?
Would you ride a roller coaster? Would you play touch football? Are you showing? Yes, it is your call on this; we recommend you consult your doctor with this one.
I still have more questions
Give us a call at (918) 622-4422 or send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Nightmare is a dramatic presentation of life and death scenarios that help illustrate the love and compassion for Jesus and his sacrifice on the cross. The Nightmare in Tulsa has become an annual tradition to attend for thousands of people in the Oklahoma area and around the country.
When to come
The Nightmare runs every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday in October. Doors open at 7 PM. Note – toward the end of the month, as the crowds swell we try to open earlier to better accommodate everyone.
The Nightmare is an idea that originally came from a pastor in Garland Texas, Gary Turner who created an outreach called Hellhouse. Gary was a friend of Pastors Bill and Sandy and a great encouragement to us to launch this outreach. Many people have been involved over the years (way too many to mention), Impact Productions (Tom Newman) helped with this originally to get the ball rolling with the creative aspects of this event. Two men we do want to mention are Dave Powell and Daryl Figler who have gone to be with the Lord.