Throw Axes with the Stars


Throw axes with some of your favorite horror movie celebrities! A limited, intimate experience with up to two hours of quality, up-close time teamed with a star from Scarefest the 13th. As an added bonus, each participant will receive a souvenir group photo with their team celebrity. The celebrity guests from 2019 Ax throwing event all said that this event was by far the most fun they had ever participating in at a con.

In addition to a ticket purchase, all participants will be required to sign a release form on site. Participants under the age of 18 must have a guardian present. More information and house rules are available at the Battle Axes web site.

Final celebrity participation roster will be announced in the days leading up to the event. No advertised celebrity can be guaranteed to appear and no refunds will be given if any celebrity is unavailable at event time. Teams will be chosen at the time of the event with participants divided evenly into groups hosted by our 2020 celebrities.

Tickets are EXTREMELY LIMITED due to space and safety concerns! At full capacity we expect to fill the roster with seven Scarefest 2020 celebrities (to be announced as contracts are finalized) with each “team” consisting of 9 or less participants. Tickets are available to the general public and do not require additional Scarefest 2020 passes.

This event is your best chance to have an up close and exclusive experience hanging out with the stars!

Beer and Blades: Battle axes also offers over 70 varieties of beer and cider which will be available for purchase during this event. More than anyone in carries in the Distillery district.

When we heard a couple of years ago that an Ax Throwing venue was coming to Lexington we were nothing short of thrilled. What could be better than having a few beers and throwing lethal weapons across the room?

Last year we launched one of our most talked about Celebrity Events ever: Throwing Axes with Stars. It featured Scarefest favorites Kane Hodder, R.A. Mihailoff, and Steve Nappe and was an instant hit with the attendees.

Unfortunately, the tickets went on sale too late to sell out! Because it was a “launch activity” on the Thursday leading into the expo many of our fans lamented that they did not get notice in time to make the necessary arrangements (i.e. take off work early) to attend the event.

This event has been moved to Friday night to allow all of our expo goers PLUS the general public a chance to attend.

Some, like the Axe Throwing, are ticketed events and some will have age restrictions, but they are all a celebration of The Scarefest that we want to share with everyone that we can.

Watch this page for updates as we move forward with our planning for Scarefest the 13th!

Find out more about Battle Axes of Lexington.