It’s time to get spooky! The Dead Coconut Club will be returning for the Halloween Horror Nights 32 season with a new overlay. The Red Coconut Club at Universal CityWalk Orlando will transform into the “Revenge of the Dead Coconut Club” for this HHN season. Last year, the club was simply the “Dead Coconut Club.”
Revenge of the Dead Coconut Club
The new Halloween overlay will be inspired by retro Universal Monsters movies, with Monstergram Pictures premiering their latest B-movie: “Target Planet Coconut.” Over the summer, you may have spotted the Universal Monsters filming this epic feature in the All Hallows Eve Boutique in the Lost Continent.
Universal Orlando Resort Annual Passholders can be the first to experience Revenge of the Dead Coconut Club (in 3D) on August 31 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. The family-friendly event will have performance previews, a live DJ, and themed mocktails and cocktails.
The Revenge of the Dead Coconut Club will be open on select nights during the Halloween Horror Nights season. The club is located on the upper level of CityWalk, which means it’s available to everyone, not just guests of HHN. There is no cover charge to enter, and all ages are welcome. The club will serve a variety of spooky themed cocktails and mocktails in a fun, retro environment. Whether you’re attending Halloween Horror Nights or not, you can check out the Revenge of the Dead Coconut Club.
Among last year’s offerings were “Creepy Tiki Show” performances by The American Sirens, Universal Monster meet and greets, and exclusive merchandise.
Halloween at Universal Orlando Resort
Halloween Horror Nights 32 is an after-hours, hard-ticket event that will take place at Universal Studios Florida on select nights from September 1 through November 4. There will be 10 haunted houses:
- Stranger Things 4
- The Exorcist: Believer
- The Last of Us
- Chucky: Ultimate Kill Count
- Universal Monsters: Unmasked
- Dr. Oddfellow’s Twisted Origins
- Dueling Dragons: Choose Thy Fate
- YETI: Campground Kills
- The Darkest Deal
- Bloodmoon: Dark Offerings
Guests can visit some of the houses during the day for a lights-on tour with Behind the Screams: Unmasking the Horror.
The five scare zones are all connected to Dr. Oddfellow:
- Dr. Oddfellow’s Collection of Horror
- Dark Zodiac
- Jungle of Doom: Expedition Horror
- Vamp ’69: Summer of Blood
- Shipyard 32: Horrors Unhinged
It’s rumored Mel’s Die-In will not be open for Halloween Horror Nights this year.
Peacock’s Halloween Horror Bar at Lombard’s Seafood Grille will reportedly feature a David S. Pumpkins meet and greet.
At Universal’s Islands of Adventure, guests can visit the newly redecorated All Hallows Eve Boutique featuring Dr. Oddfellow.