PHOTOS: Scare Zones Take Shape as Preparation Continues for Halloween Horror Nights 30 at Universal Studios Florida
We’re less than 100 days from Halloween and even closer to the start of Halloween Horror Nights 30 at Universal Studios Florida. Preparation for the event is in full swing, and we stopped by to take a look at the latest as scare zones continue to take shape.
While we were there, Team Members arrived to place signs on the stage.
One sign requests that guests “please do not climb” the stage.
The other reads, “Pardon our dust. We are in the process of transforming our park for Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights.” If you needed confirmation that these structures are for the event, this is your sign (literally).
In Production Central, the trees that line the sidewalks have been removed. This is usually done to make way for props and other structures for Halloween Horror Nights.
Additional lighting has also been added to the awnings here.
Several sets of lighting have been installed on Despicable Me: Minion Mayhem.
There is also new lighting atop the awning of Shrek 4-D.
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