Universal Orlando Resort Announces Dates For Halloween Horror Nights 24

HHN_2014Mark your calendars… Halloween Horror Nights will return to Universal Orlando Resort for its twenty-fourth year on September 19, with more nights than ever before and terrifying experiences based on some of the biggest names in horror and pop culture.

On 28 select nights from September 19 through November 1, guests will explore eight blood curdling haunted houses, navigate multiple spine-chilling street experiences with terrifying “scareactors,” enjoy two outrageous live shows and experience many of Universal Studios Florida’s most exciting rides and attractions.

Event nights are as follows:

  • September 19, 20, 25, 26, 27 and 28
  • October 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 11, 12, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 29, 30 and 31
  • November 1

Ticket packages and more information about the event will be released soon. Visit www.HalloweenHorrorNights.com for updates on Halloween Horror Nights 24.

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4 Responses to Universal Orlando Resort Announces Dates For Halloween Horror Nights 24

  1. Eric You says:

    i can sense something truly evil and sinister might be moving in very soon to Halloween horror nights there is no escape it is never too late to start panicking once the evil takes root for more nights of terror than ever before. lets us take a chance with fate dare to experience the chaos, escape vengeance , become a sacrifice, see legends and myths come to life, succumb to our fears, and welcome our soon coming deaths.

  2. Eric You says:

    i also will mention a rumor from a mysterious source called d that this years event will be the most terrifying yet and that more evil will come soon.

  3. Dan says:

    Although I am from Southern California, I have yet found the time to go visit Universal Studios Hollywood’s HHN. Last year, I found myself in Orlando on business with a chance to check out HHN out there and I was very disappointed. I still intend on seeing the Hollywood version of the event, and during the Monsterpalooza panel it was stated that they are kept relatively separate, but I now have some reservations about spending that large amount of money on what was essentially 4 great looking mazes, and a whole bunch of nothing in Orlando. Here’s to hoping that the Hollywood version is leaps and bounds better.

  4. Rick West Rick West says:

    Great thoughts, Dan; we appreciate the comment. We have never been to HHN Orlando, but we do go to HHN here in Hollywood each year. I tell everyone the same thing each season – if you commit to go, commit all the way and at very least, invest in a Front of Line pass; if you can afford the VIP tier, all the better because it comes with a private experience, food, drinks, etc. The crowds at HHN Hollywood are incredible; WAY too many guests, and as a result, we’re seeing wait times of more than 2 hours PER MAZE on busy nights (which are most nights). If you’re gonna do a VIP ticket for any SoCal haunt, this is the one to do it for.

    That said, we know the two events are VERY different. John Murdy and Chris Williams are masters of their trade, and the mazes they produce are world-class and gorgeous. We have the utmost respect for each of them and their team there at Universal Hollywood.

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