Premier Passholders at both Universal Orlando Resort and Universal Studios Hollywood are entitled to one free night at Halloween Horror Nights every year, and now we know when exactly those dates will be.
Halloween Horror Nights Premier Passholder Dates
Universal Orlando Resort
The following evenings are applicable for Universal Orlando Premier Annual Passholders: September 6-10, 13-17, 20-24, 27-28, and October 4-5. All other evenings, only Frequent Fear Passholders or those with dated tickets may enter.
Universal Studios Hollywood
The following evenings apply to Universal Studios Hollywood Premier Annual Passholders: September 7-10, 14-17, 21-24, 27-30, October 1, 4, 5, 8, 11-12, 18-19, 25-26, and 31. As with Orlando, all other evenings require a Frequent Fear pass or a separate dated ticket to experience the event.
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Halloween Horror Nights
Halloween Horror Nights is an annual hard-ticket event held each fall at Universal Orlando Resort. It takes place on select nights between September and October (and sometimes November). This year’s event will be held from September 1 through October 31.
Admission is separate from regular theme park admission. You do not need theme park admission to attend Halloween Horror Nights, but if you have a day ticket, it allows you to stay in the park to wait rather than exit and re-enter when the event opens. Tickets are currently available.
Halloween Horror Nights 32 will feature 10 haunted houses, 5 scare zones, and an unconfirmed amount of live entertainment. “The Last of Us” is only the second confirmed house, with “Chucky” having been announced last year. A fan-made speculation map of the rumored lineup also includes “Demon Slayer,” “The Exorcist,” and Universal Classic Monsters houses, but these haven’t been confirmed.
Guests can purchase Express Passes to skip the regular queue. RIP Tours offers a guided experience, with private and non-private options available.
The event’s tagline for 2023 is “See You in the Fog,” after a common saying between veteran HHN attendees. The park is filled with copious amounts of fog each night of the event.
Meanwhile in Hollywood, it will take place on select nights from September 7 through October 31 this year. Tickets are on sale now.
Admission is separate from regular theme park admission. You do not need theme park admission to attend Halloween Horror Nights, but if you have a day ticket, it allows you to stay in the park to wait rather than exit and re-enter when the event opens.
In addition to “The Last of Us” haunted house, the event will feature a house based on the SYFY series “Chucky.” A fan-made speculation map includes houses inspired by “Demon Slayer,” “The Exorcist,” and Universal Studios Monsters, but none of these houses have been confirmed.
Stay tuned for more information.