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Universal Orlando announces Premium Scream Night with Limited Capacity at Halloween Horror Nights 33

Halloween Horror Nights 33 at Universal Orlando Resort will have a new “Premium Scream Night” this spooky season.

Universal Orlando announces Premium Scream Night with Limited Capacity at Halloween Horror Nights 33

It’s every Halloween Horror Nights fan’s dream (or nightmare) come true – for the first time ever, guests can experience Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights before it officially opens with limited capacity and shorter wait times at an exclusive Premium Scream Night event on Thursday, August 29.


Premium Scream Night guests will earn the ultimate bragging rights as they will be among the first to face this year’s slate of all-new frights comprised of 10 horrifying, movie-quality haunted houses inspired by cinematic greats and eerie original stories created by the twisted minds of Universal’s Entertainment team, five scare zones filled with hordes of menacing creatures and outrageous live entertainment.


Ticketholders will also enjoy:


  • Everything fans love about the world’s premier Halloween event in a more intimate experience – complete with limited capacity and shorter wait times;

  • Staggered entry by group into the haunted houses, so everyone will fall prey to the scares lurking at every turn;

  • A selection of all-you-care-to-enjoy food items created by Universal’s award-winning culinary team and inspired by this season’s haunts, as well as non-alcoholic beverages;

  • An exclusive event souvenir credential and lanyard;

  • Access to select attractions at Universal Studios Florida;

  • and free self-parking on August 29.


Tickets for the Halloween Horror Nights Premium Scream Night event are limited and will be available for purchase online beginning June 6 for $350 plus tax.


Universal Annual and Seasonal Passholders can purchase tickets for the discounted price of $325 plus tax.


Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando officially kicks off on August 30 and will run select nights* through November 3. 


Additional details about this year’s event will be revealed soon.


For more information, visit www.universalorlando.com/Halloween.



This year's Halloween Horror Nights returns on select nights from August 30 through November 3 – unleashing a new slate of frights and nightmare-inducing terror at every corner of Universal Studios Florida.


Every fall, guests from all around the globe brave their worst nightmares coming to life at Halloween Horror Nights – consistently named the world’s premier Halloween event.


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.


For more information and to purchase tickets visit www.universalorlando.com/Halloween.


Check out the Haunted Houses already announced:


Universal Orlando reveals fourth Haunted House coming to Halloween Horror Nights 33 - The Museum: Deadly Exhibits

The Museum: Deadly Exhibits

An original house, The Museum: Deadly Exhibits is described as a visit to a new folklore museum exhibit, The Rotting Stone, where an evil escapes from within, destroying everything in its path...


Universal Orlando reveal 3rd Haunted House coming to Halloween Horror Nights 33 - Major Sweets Candy Factory

Major Sweets Candy Factory

Universal say that in Major Sweets Candy Factory, you’ve been invited to chaperone a field trip to a candy factory, with the deadly delicious treats turning the kids into sugar-fueled fiends.


This new original house is based on Major Sweets, a character that HHN featured during Halloween Horror Nights 31’s scarezone, Sweet Revenge.


Universal Orlando announces second Haunted House coming to Halloween Horror Nights 33 - Goblin’s Feast

Goblin’s Feast Tavern

Goblin's Feast is an original house set within Goblin’s Feast Tavern.


Universal say that when you enter the haunter house you will visit the goblin village where a lavish feast is being prepared for goblins, orcs, hobgoblins and witches. And you’re the main course.


Halloween Horror Nights 33 set to kick off in AUGUST at Universal Studios Florida!

Slaughter Sinema 2

Slaughter Sinema 2 is an original house, and a squel house to Slaughter Sinema, and if you’re dying for a b-movie horror marathon, head to the Carey Drive-in...


You will scream through eight scares, featuring scenes from creature features, grindhouse gore, spaghetti westerns and more.


The original Slaughter Sinema was an original house back in 2018 at HHN Orlando, and like the original, Slaughter Sinema 2 will be set in Carey, Ohio, a fictional setting that HHN has used for several original houses over the years, and has featurd many fan-favorite characters including The Director, The Usher, Legendary Truth, Cindy Caine, and H.R. Bloodengutz.


A new heavy metal skeleton character will feature in one of the b-movies in the haunted house called Heavy Metal Hell 3-D.


Halloween Horror Nights Panel at Spooky Empire Orlando

The news of the first haunted house at HHN 33 was revealed at a Halloween Horror Nights Panel at Spooky Empire, on Friday, May 17.


At the panel, the new character Heavy Metal Hell 3-D was revealed to the audience.


Halloween Horror Nights

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