Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Halloween 2018: Yes, We're Already Starting To Cover Halloween

Tickets went on sale for Universal's Halloween Horror Nights already and yes, we're still in August. I mean there are still tickets for Delusion too, but jeez, these events are starting there sales really early.

Halloween Horror Nights is starting Sept 14th through Nov 3, this year. They've already announced some amazing themed mazes. We've got Stranger Things, which nostalgia lovers will cry at the sight of... probably. Trick 'r Treat, a cult classic Halloween anthology film that people like so much the director is doing the next Godzilla movie. And The First Purge, which honestly looked like a maze at Universal Studios Horror Nights.

Tickets also went on sale for Knott's Scary Farm, September 20 - October 31, details on their mazes are still a mystery.

And we have Dark Harbor tickets also on sale September 27- November 2. They're trying some new stuff.

Here's news from their press release:
“This coming season attendees are invited to descend into Dark Harbor’s newly, Omni-immersive and hyper-enhanced mazes for its darkest season yet,” stated Charity Hill, Executive Producer of Dark Harbor. “With a myriad of voluntary experiences, alternate paths, secret bars, and hidden passages we are proud to deliver a choose-your-own-adventure mega haunt.”