Universal's Halloween Horror Nights return to Hollywood
Heck, summer's just started, but tickets are now on sale for Universal Orlando's Halloween Horror Nights
This year's dates are Sept. 29-30, Oct. 6-8, 11-15, 19-22, 26-29, and 31.
Tickets are $59.95 plus tax and can be bought online at www.halloweenhorrornights.com or over the phone by calling 877-284-GORY (4679).
And Halloween Horror Nights are coming back to Universal Studios Hollywood, too. Universal's website reports that the event will start on Friday, Oct. 13 and run the weekends through Halloween. No information yet on tickets.
Robert, is the rumor true that its going to be at just the Studios in Orlando this year?
Got a call in on that. I suspect both parks, but we'll see.
I hope it's better than last years attempt. See my post for HHN15. There is really no place for Universal to go but up for HHN.
According to a lot more hard core HHN sites, it will be strictly at the Studios this year. The house names have been released and they are all names of old houses, "with entirely new concepts" says Universal. Whats the point in that? I do agree that the last few years havent been great, though last year was an improvement on the year before.
Go to the official website and click on event details and then click on RIP Tours. This is last years Black Die Affair Tour. This is the event that ruins HHN. Not only does UO oversell tickets to capacity, they also run this extra special event for the "special" oblivians. Corporate types who would never come near HHN except for the fact that it is now a freebie offered by Mr. Fatcat for selling more widgets than the idiot in the the next cubicle.
Again, seems like a die hard complaning. But I spent just a fraction of that and had a great time. I loved the houses (except Cold Blind Terror) but hated the crowds. Teens alone in large groups, just not a good idea. I dont do the tours or the "black die affairs", or even buy Express.....there are better things to waste my money on, like alcohol! We are AP holders, so the cost was down. The Stay and Scream is a must. What else can I say? Sorry you had a bad time? Try Howl O Scream....last year was the best yet. HHN is at the studios, and hopefully only at the studios. Sure they could go and cram more people in at both parks, but I think they might have realized the mistake that was when they heard all the complaints.
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