After being closed since Tuesday due to Hurricane Ian, Universal Orlando has made the decision to start the reopening process with Volcano Bay, and tonight’s Halloween Horror Nights event.
It’s not even summer, and Universal Orlando is thinking about fall with today’s announcement of the first house for this year’s Halloween Horror Nights.
Called “Universal Monsters: Legends Collide,” it will feature three of Universal Pictures’ most notorious horror icons: The Wolf Man, Dracula, and The Mummy.
The dates have been etched in tombstones, and Halloween Horror Nights 2022 is returning to Universal Orlando September 2 through October 31.
Halloween Horror Nights 2022 will boast 10 new, movie-quality haunted houses inspired by everything from cinematic greats to unfathomable original abominations.
Universal Orlando has announced the murderous Jack the Clown will return as the demented face of Halloween Horror Nights for it’s 30th year anniversary (HHN30).
Over this last weekend, Universal Orlando announced the highly-anticipated return of its popular Halloween Horror Nights (HHN) for 2021, starting on September 3, and here’s what we know so far.
The big question that has been looming since Universal Orlando re-opened to the public last month has finally been answered: there will be no Halloween Horror Nights for 2020.
Universal Orlando made the announcement this morning via posts on its Facebook and Twitter accounts:
Universal Orlando has announced an all-new lagoon show will debut in the Universal Studios Lagoon during this year’s Halloween Horror Nights.
Called “Halloween Marathon of Mayhem,” it will feature giant water screens highlighting iconic horror scenes, accented with more than 100 fountains, awesome special effects, pounding electro music, lasers and more will bring this all-new experience to life.
Guests will witness a twisted new watery take on Netflix’s “Stranger Things,” Sony Pictures’ “Ghostbusters,” Universal Monsters and Metro Goldwyn Mayer’s “Killer Klowns from Outer Space” as they invade the Universal Studios lagoon.
Show times each event night are 10pm, 11pm, and Midnight.
Halloween Horror Nights 2019 kicks off September 6 and runs select nights through November 2, bringing the most terrifying names in horror to life in 10 all-new elaborately themed haunted houses, five scare zones, live entertainment, and more.
And when they need a break from the screams, guests can enjoy Universal Studios’ most exhilarating attractions and the “Halloween Horror Nights Mobile Game featuring TERROR TRIVIA,” where they can test their Halloween Horror Nights knowledge, compete to get their name on the event leaderboards of 11 horror-packed levels and more.
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