Halloween Horror Nights 2015 is arrives!

Halloween Horror Nights 2015 at Universal Studios Hollywood is here! Having premiered this year on the 18th of  September, the event will be from 7 pm to 2 am every event night, and, if you arrive early at 6:15 pm, you will be able to enjoy early entry to the park. The nightly event will end on the 1st of November.


The website itself offers some tips for you to take heed of before you do anything. It is recommended that you keep in mind that tickets will sell out. You should also look into purchasing a front of the line pass which will get you into mazes, the rides, and the terror tram first. Not only will you get to cut to the front of the line at these attractions, but you will get guaranteed priority seating at the new Jabawockeez show. You can arrive early too, where select mazes will open at 6:30 pm. It is also highly recommended that you print your tickets although they can be scanned from a mobile device as well.


So what is new this year at Halloween Horror Nights? Well, there are six new heart-pounding mazes! These include: “The Walking Dead,” “Insidious,” “Halloween” featuring Mike Meyers, “Crimson Peak”, “Alien vs. Predator”, and finally, a maze based on the 2013 comedy movie, “This is the End.” What is also new is the Jabbawockeez show, which is live and replaces the long-running “Bill and Ted” show based on the 1989 movie “Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure.”


The terror tram is based on the film, “The Purge” this year. Also, the four scare zones are “Exterminatorz,” “Dark Christmas,” “Corpz”, and “The Purge: Urban Nightmare.” The rides are revamped to feature Halloween themes like “Jurassic Park in the Dark” and “The Mummy Returns” as well as “Transformers 3D”, “Minion Mayhem”, and “The Simpsons” will be open.

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