Halloween Horror Nights (HHN), the world’s premier Halloween event, is back for 2021.
Starting on Friday, Sept. 3, Universal will once again welcome guests to the event in Orlando, with Hollywood’s version debuting the following week on Thursday, Sept. 9.
The event was supposed to celebrate its 30th year in 2020, but a COVID-19 forced closure has delayed the celebration to 2021. And, after an absence in 2020, this year’s event, which is titled “Never Go Alone,” is expected to sell out quickly.
“We love Halloween Horror Nights as much as our guests do, and are so excited to host the event this fall to celebrate 30 years of fear. We have been continuously working to make this year’s event one of the best and scariest yet,” Robyn Ryan, senior director of travel industry sales at Universal Orlando Resort told TMR.
Why is it the “premier” Halloween event?
The event has been named “the world’s premier Halloween…