Universal Orlando announces expanded Halloween Horror Nights starting August 2024

Apr 04, 2024 in "Universal Orlando Resort"

Posted: Thursday April 4, 2024 9:45am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Universal Orlando will host its annual Halloween Horror Nights, offering its earliest-ever start on 48 nights from August 30 through November 3, 2024.

2024 Halloween Horror Nights Event dates: August 30-31; September 1, 4-8, 11-15, 18-22, 25-29; October 2-6, 9-13, 16-20, 23-27, 30-31; November 1-3.

Pricing begins at $82.99 per person, plus tax, and rises to $129.99 based on date.

The event promises to deliver 10 new haunted houses inspired by cinematic masterpieces and original stories alongside five scare zones populated by hundreds of creatures. Additionally, visitors can enjoy live entertainment, themed food and beverages, merchandise, and select attractions at Universal Studios Florida.

This year, a chilling new collection of horrifying experiences await guests, including 10 all-new movie-quality haunted houses inspired by cinematic greats and eerie original stories created by the twisted minds of Universal’s Entertainment team, and five scare zones filled with hundreds of menacing creatures who will reign the streets of Universal Studios Florida. And in between the screams, guests can enjoy an energetic live show, fuel up for the next round of scares with sinfully delicious food and beverage inspired by the event’s haunts, shop the latest merchandise at the highly-themed Halloween Horror Nights Tribute Store, and enjoy some of Universal Studios Florida’s most exciting attractions.

Single-night event tickets and Express Passes for Halloween Horror Nights are available for purchase now. Guests can also stay, scream and save up to $200 (based on a seven-night stay) with a special vacation package that includes one-night admission to the event and accommodations at a Universal hotel located just minutes from the haunts. This package also includes admission to all three Universal Orlando theme parks to enjoy some of the most innovative rides and attractions ever created during the day, before facing the chills of Halloween Horror Nights at night. Plus, hotel guests receive exclusive benefits including access to a dedicated Halloween Horror Nights gate for faster entry into the event, Early Park Admission to the theme parks during the day, complimentary resort transportation, and more. Savings vary based on length of stay and this package is available for purchase now through November 2 for use from August 30 to November 3.

Halloween Horror Nights upgrades are also available for purchase now, including the guided, nighttime R.I.P. Tour experience where guests receive priority V.I.P. access to the haunted houses; and the Behind the Screams: Unmasking the Horror Tour that offers a glimpse into how the scares are brought to life via a daytime, lights-on journey through select haunted houses. For guests who can’t wait to peek at what’s in-store this year, there’s also a limited, three-house Behind The Screams: Unmasking the Horror Tour available for purchase for select days starting August 11.

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JT30009 hours ago

Probably not, but they always want more. I also suspect a decently large chunk of the modern event's attendance comes from casuals who are in fact there to see a particular IP.

JoeCamel9 hours ago

With the crowds the last few years do they need to sell the event?

mergatroid12 hours ago

Cheers

Animaniac93-9812 hours ago

Major Sweets Candy Factory announced today

some other guy17 hours ago

those hands holding open a thing... reminds of some classic internet I mean, yeah it's horrific, but I dunno if you wanna make a theme park attraction out of it?

JT30001 day ago

I haven't been keeping up with the rumors for this year, but rather perplexed by them breaking from recent tradition by not announcing the IPs first. They're typically used to sell the event, as much as us purists tend to prefer the original houses.

mergatroid1 day ago

Thanks for posting

Animaniac93-981 day ago

Goblin's Feast is the next house to be announced

mergatroid3 days ago

Slaughter Sinema 2 is the first house announced courtesy of Kevin Heimbach

celluloidApr 07, 2024

Man. As much as I love the Abba soundtrack with One Night in Bangkok... It is a property more recent than that movie. Also...it's a scare zone. Central Park. We will see if it sticks the landing this time.

PizzaSpringRoll2017Apr 07, 2024

The rook? Chess house confirmed?

celluloidApr 06, 2024

Notice the rook. And as for the first part. You certainly can.

PizzaSpringRoll2017Apr 06, 2024

I'm brainstorming ideas. If it's non IP, I think it's likely we see a continuation of the recent Latin horror themed houses with Brazillian or Colombian tropical horror. If it is IP, I really can't think of any horror franchises that take place in the Tropical Americas. But hear me out... what if we finally see the return of a Jurassic Park house or scarezone? That would definitely be a real "WHAA?" moment.

PizzaSpringRoll2017Apr 06, 2024

Very very interesting...