Universal Orlando has revealed the full house and scare zone lineup for 2023 and it looks killer with houses like Stranger Things, The Last of Us, and Dueling Dragons: Choose Thy Fate. Halloween Horror Nights has become more than just scares. It also has amazing food, shopping, and entertainment. Here’s a taste of what to expect this year.
First up, if you can’t wait for Halloween Horror Nights to start, you can try the Taste of Terror event which will allow you to try the food and beverage early! The preview will happen on select nights from August 10 through August 26. The event runs from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm and includes all the food and drink you care to enjoy in tasting size portions, one souvenir Halloween Horror Nights light-up cup (21+ only), a Halloween Horror Nights Coca-Cola Freestyle cup, and one digital download of one photo taken at the event. Separate theme park admission is required. The event is $159.99 + tax with gratuity included.
All-new food and beverage items this year will include Bloody Campground Poutine, El Pastor Torta, and Sour Apple Pie Funnel Fries. It wouldn’t be Halloween Horror Nights without Pizza Fries, so they’ll also return.
This year’s Tribute Store will be in Hollywood just like it was for the summer and Mardi Gras seasons. The theme is a mysterious NYC Comic Book Shop and you’ll experience the “Tribute to Terror” by stepping into the pages of an original, terrifying, horror comic book.
The Dead Coconut Club will once again take over Red Coconut Club in Universal CityWalk, but it will have a new theme and menu this year. Another bar will be Peackock’s Halloween Horror Bar and it will feature themed libations within an ominous nightclub vibe with photo opportunities and more. Take a look at the Dead Coconut Club from 2022.
Halloween Horror Nights kicks off September 1 in Orlando and tickets are now available.