Universal Orlando has tacked on an extra night to the 30th edition of Halloween Horror Nights next year.
The 2020 event was originally scheduled to run on select nights from Sept. 10 through Oct. 31 at Universal Studios Florida. While the start date hasn’t changed, Universal quietly pushed the final night of the event to Sunday, Nov. 1.
This small expansion means HHN 2020 will last 40 nights — two nights shorter than the 2019 event.
Few other details have been announced about next year’s event. Like 2018 and 2019, it will feature 10 houses and five scare zones. Universal has not said what intellectual properties will be utilized, but did say in a November press release that it will feature “all-new scares, plus reimagined haunts inspired by the past.”
Universal Creative’s HHN team has gone big in previous anniversary editions of the event. For example, the 25th edition of HHN featured a tribute house with scenes from previous years (Jack Presents: 25 Years of Monsters & Mayhem), a fully recreated house (An American Werewolf in London), and the return of HHN icon Jack the Clown, who had debuted at HHN 10 in the year 2000.
Theme park data: How often has Universal’s Hagrid ride been closed?
Universal: Green Eggs and Ham staying open through December
How Harry Potter saved Universal theme parks