Close-up of a person covering their mouth in fear next to the text "Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights: A Quiet Place" against a dark, eerie background.

BREAKING: Dates and ‘A Quiet Place’ House Announced for Halloween Horror Nights 2024 at Universal Studios Hollywood

Annie Wilson

Universal Studios Hollywood has finally announced the dates and the first haunted house for Halloween Horror Nights 2024.

Halloween Horror Nights 2024 Dates

The Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights 2024 logo is displayed against a background of dark, eerie, and spiky structures set against a crimson and black sky.

Halloween Horror Nights 2024 will take place on select nights from September 5 through November 3. Tickets are on sale now. The event will begin at 7 p.m. each night.

Halloween Horror Nights is a separately ticketed event and occurs rain or shine. There are no rain checks, returns, or refunds. Prices, dates, times, attractions, entertainment, and/or experience details are subject to availability, changes, and/or cancellation without notice.

In addition, the park, attractions, entertainment, or access to the event may be restricted or unavailable due to capacity, closures, or other factors. Benefits are subject to change without notice. Parking is not provided with a ticket. Additional restrictions may apply.

‘A Quiet Place’ Haunted House

Poster for Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights 2024 featuring "A Quiet Place." It shows a frightened person covering their mouth in a dark setting.

Universal Studios Hollywood also announced its first confirmed haunted house of the season, based on “A Quiet Place.” The house will also be at Halloween Horror Nights 33 at Universal Orlando Resort.

The first “Quiet Place” film follows the Abbott family, who set out to survive in the aftermath of an alien invasion, where the creatures possess superhuman hearing and humans have to learn to live without making sound.

The haunted house will be set in the world of “A Quiet Place” (2018) and “A Quiet Place Part II” (2020). It will incorporate American Sign Language (ASL), which is a key plot point in both films. This also marks the first time that ASL will be used in a Halloween Horror Nights house. Universal will “embrace unique sound design, special effects and the adept performances of the scareactors to convey the ominous sense of dread depicted in the films.”

Fans will relive the tension that will come to life in the iconic scenes from the first two films, including traveling through the farmhouse that serves as the Abbott family’s shelter and stepping into the root cellar where Evelyn Abbott escapes to give birth as one of the creatures closes in. The snarls of the larger-than-life predators will follow guests at every spine-chilling turn, and guests must remember: if they hear you, they will hunt you.

Universal press release

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