Universal Studios: Halloween Horror Nights Overview
By Diana Ruiz
In comparison to many other well-known amusement parks like Knott’s Scary Farm, Six Flags Fright Fest, and Disneyland’s Halloween Time, Universal Studios also organizes an event for the holiday of Halloween every year called Halloween Horror Nights. It includes walk-though mazes, scare zones, live-shows, along with the standard rides and attractions.
Halloween Horror Nights has added new attractions this year. The seven new mazes based on horror television shows and films include: American-Horror Story, The Exorcist, Michael Myers Halloween-Hell Comes to Haddonfield, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Krampus, The Walking Dead (which is now an all year-round attraction), and the latest Freddy vs. Jason maze, based on the 2003 film. Visitors can also experience the all new Terror Tram by Eli Roth, as well as The Purge as this year’s scare zone throughout the park. After making their Halloween Horror Nights debut last year, the JABBAWOKEES, a world known dance crew is back with an all new show just for Halloween Horror Nights. After their sold-out shows in Las Vegas, it became the highest rated attraction at the park.
If you plan to purchase tickets Horror Nights, it’s best to purchase them early. The Day/Night combo ticket is the best deal. And don’t forget, Halloween Horror Nights is not recommended for children under 13, so don’t bring your younger siblings.
Halloween Horror Nights launched September 16th and will end on November 5th.
For more information about this event and the ticket prices, please check out this website: http://www.halloweenhorrornights.com/hollywood/2016/overview.php