A Universal Studios Hollywood fan favorite returns for this year’s Halloween Horror Nights, the Terror Tram! Every year is a different concept, and the last time it was utilized was back in 2019. The tram featuring “The Ultimate Purge” will be joining HHN along with Halloween 4. Halloween Horror Nights kicks off on September 9th through October 31st, running on select nights.

Based off of the Blumhouse Productions and Universal Pictures film franchise, The Purge, guests will have to survive the annual tradition where all crime is legal for 24 hours, even murder. The recent release, The Forever Purge, depicts members of an underground movement. They believe that the Purge should be daily to reign chaos all across America.

Next up is the scare zones along with the tram. Here’s what Universal announced:

  • “Universal Monsters: Silver Scream Queenz” – Located near the “Universal Monsters: The Bride of Frankenstein Lives” maze, this will be the first ever all female scare zone featuring The Bride herself, Anck-Su-Namun The Mummy, Dracula’s Daughter, and She-Wolf of London.
  • “Chainsaw Rangers” – A diabolical gang of chainsaw-wielding maniacs are ready to strike upon those who dare to enter the event.
  • “Demon City” – The streets of New York will transform as bloodthirsty, demonic clubgoers prowl the night looking for their next victims.

Hip Hop Dancing Returns

Jabbawockeez returns as the award-winning hip hop dance crew. First introduced back in 2015, they were put on pause after 2019 because of the pandemic. They will hold nightly performances for this highly energetic show, with some crazy dance moves. As well as special effects, and catchy and amped up music.

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On top of the scare zones, new ticket options are now on sale. These include the RIP Tour, Ultimate Fear, and Frequent Fear passes. To purchase your tickets visit the link here for more information.


Now that we have the full lineups announced for Hollywood and Orlando HHN, which coast are you planning on attending? Leave it down in the comments section below. See you in the fog!

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Source: Universal