ORLANDO, Fla. — With Halloween Horror Nights just a few weeks away, Universal Orlando has finally revealed the event’s full lineup.

What You Need To Know

  • More haunted houses and scare zones have been announced for Halloween Horror Nights

  • The event will include six original houses such as Spirits of the Coven and Fiesta de Chupacabras

  • Universal also revealed the five scare zones for this year's event

  • Halloween Horror Nights runs select nights Sept. 2-Oct. 31

​​​The after-hours Halloween event, which is scheduled for select nights Sept. 2 through Oct. 31, will feature 10 haunted houses, five scares zones and two live shows.

Up until now, Universal had only revealed four houses for the event — Universal Monsters: Legends Collide, Halloween, The Horrors of Blumhouse, and The Weeknd: After Hours Nightmare.

However, on Tuesday, Universal announced six new original houses that will be part of the event.

At “Spirits of the Coven,” visitors will enter an “unsettling” 1920s speakeasy where they are the main ingredient. “Bugs: Eaten Alive” will have visitors facing an infestation of spiders, roaches, flies and other insects. At “Fiesta de Chupacabras,” visitors will have to decide if they want to escape or become prey to a mythical creature.

Other houses announced include “Hellblock Horror,” a prison filled with monstrous inmates; “Dead Man’s Pier: Winter’s Wake," with undead fishermen out for revenge; and “Descendants of Destruction,” where mutants lurk in the abandoned subway tunnels of New York.

In addition to haunted houses, Universal also revealed five new scare zones: “Horrors of Halloween,” “Scarecrow: Cursed Soil,” “Sweet Revenge,” “Graveyard: Deadly Unrest,” and “Conjure the Dark.”

Halloween Horror Nights will also feature two live shows — "Halloween Nightmare Fuel Wildfire," a sequel to last year’s "Nightmare Fuel" show; and "Ghoulish! A Halloween Tale," which will take place on the Universal Studios Lagoon.

The Halloween Horror Nights Tribute Store will also return. The store will feature rooms inspired by the haunted houses and scare zones at this year’s event, making their way through a pumpkin patch, cemetery and witch’s cottage.

Tickets and passes for Halloween Horror Nights are available on the Universal Orlando website, along with more information about the event.


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