Halloween Horror Nights Headliners Art and Album Signings Coming to Universal Studios Florida
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This year, Halloween Horror Nights has brought quite a bit of wickedly good art to Universal Studios Florida, and on most Tuesdays in September and October, fans can get their merchandise signed by the artists themselves.
The Halloween Headliners series brings a collection of artists and musicians to the Five & Dime, including members of Midnight Syndicate and Universal Orlando’s Senior Director of Entertainment Creative Development, Mike Aiello.
In addition, Midnight Syndicate has confirmed that their album “Music of Halloween Horror Nights” will be reissued at the September 14 signing. The album was previously released last year in an extremely limited edition, while the reissue will boast an edition size of 1,000 and an additional four bonus tracks on the digital download that comes with the vinyl album.
Jose Pardo will appear to sign “Scare Zone Album #1” on September 14 and “Jack Album #2” on Wednesday, October 6th. Additionally, Pardo will be signing the Frankenstein Artist Series artwork on September 21.
Brian Beauregard, Universal’s Executive Creative Director for Merchandise for Global Parks and Resorts, appears September 21.
Luis Orazi will appear September 21, October 6, and October 12, with his final date devoted to the Jack Icons Saw Blade art.
As stated above, Edward Douglas and Gavin Goszka from Midnight Syndicate, responsible for much of the music heard at Halloween Horror Nights through the years, will appear at the album signing on October 6. The newest album will be released on September 14.
TJ Mannarino, Universal Orlando’s Vice President of Art & Design, will be signing on October 12.
Also joining the lineup on October 12 is Mike Aiello, who has been a key figure in Halloween Horror Nights’ history, creating countless icons, characters, and storylines for the event.
Signings take place at the Five & Dime from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on most Tuesdays through October 19, as well as on Wednesday October 6, from 2-4 p.m. and again from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
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