Universal has decided to frighten people year-round. The creators of Halloween Horror Nights will put up a permanent Horror Nights in Las Vegas.
Universal’s first-of-its-kind experience will “bring to life Universal’s vast library of classic horror films and today’s most terrifying tales.” During the day, there will be food and beverage options that turn into scary bars at night, a press release stated.
“Universal is known for our ability to deliver original, highly-themed, and terrifying horror entertainment experiences for millions of fans every year,” said Page Thompson, the President of New Ventures at Universal Parks and Resorts. “We are excited to give our global fanbase yet another way to get scared and have fun with fear in the heart of Las Vegas, the perfect place for this type of unique concept.”
The space will also feature a continuously updated experience, must-see seasonal events, and one-of-a-kind merchandise, KTNV news reported.
Universal’s new horror feature will be among its 20-acre expansion of Las Vegas’ immersive AREA15 entertainment district, which opened in September 2020 and has attracted over four million visitors since.