Thanks for the Screams as the 27th Year of Halloween Horror Nights Comes to an End

Thanks for the Screams as the 27th Year of Halloween Horror Nights Comes to an End

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It’s that time again. Another year of Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights is coming to a close.

I would like to thank everyone who came out to join in on the scares and fun. Every year, we strive to grow the event through new and compelling content. This year’s event achieved that with one of our strongest line-up of haunted houses, scare zones and incredible live shows.

We got to bring to life some of our favorite horror movies and TV shows, while also diving deep into our own original story concepts. Including one particular house with scarecrows that turned out to be the most terrifying experience for our guests!

Scarecrow: The Reaping at Universal Orlando's Halloween Horror Nights 2017.

And we couldn’t do it without the help of every single team at Universal Orlando Resort. In some way, everyone touches Halloween Horror Nights – from the countless performers scaring you every event night to the Tech teams who get the houses and scare zones up and running to many more. A HUGE thank you to all the Team Members who help make the horror happen.

Universal Orlando's Halloween Horror Nights 2017_Clown

But even though this year is ending, it’s Halloween for us year round. I can tell you we’re already brainstorming for next year. I’m so excited and can’t wait to share with you what we’re cooking up. Keep an eye out on the blog for more details.

Until next year, be excellent to each other and Happy Halloween!

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  1. Carol

    I’m a Florida resident with an annual pass, and get the premier pass, so I always have a free ticket to HHN. To date, I haven’t felt any desire to go more than once a year. My all-time favorite show is Supernatural, I’ve been watching for 13 seasons. I want to know if there’s anything the fanbase can do to see Supernatural included in HHN, because it would be brilliant and amazing and bring in more people from all over the world. I would likely get a Frequent Fear pass if it was included. Every day, every week, every year, more people get into the show, and they would come to see this!

  2. Arcaneravager

    Did one house last night, and most of the scares I saw earlier in the year had no actor in place. I seem to have only seen 6 actors in total in Saw with most of the traps empty

  3. Allen Birbeck

    Enjoyed HHN for the second year running. Absolutely brilliant. Nothing like it in the UK.
    Well done all.

  4. Tyler D

    Maybe in 5 or 10 years, they have to do a show called “The Return of Bill and Ted’s Excellent Halloween Adventure.” If this happens, the fans of HHN will appreciate this. Patrick, remember this comment so later in the years, this can be an idea of one of the shows for future HHN events. #SaveBillAndTed 🙁