Oh this is getting good!
Universal Orlando Resort has announced that they will have a brand new, nighttime lagoon show called Halloween Marathon of Mayhem.
I’m loving the promo art!
Here’s the information from the press release!
The screams featured at this year’s Halloween Horror Nights will come to life in a whole new way with the debut of the nighttime lagoon show, “Halloween Marathon of Mayhem.” Guests will watch as terrifying moments inspired by some of the Halloween classics taking over the event come to life right before their eyes in the Universal Studios Florida lagoon.
Giant water screens highlighting iconic horror scenes, accented with more than 100 fountains, awesome special effects, pounding electro music, lasers and more will bring this all-new experience to life – creating a larger-than-life mix tape that guests won’t want to miss. Guests will witness a twisted new take on Netflix’s Stranger Things, Sony Pictures’ Ghostbusters, Universal Monsters and Metro Goldwyn Mayer’sKiller Klowns from Outer Space as they invade the Universal Studios lagoon for “Halloween Marathon of Mayhem,” running on event nights at the world’s premier Halloween event.”
This sounds very cool! I can’t wait to get a better look at this show! My whole family is super excited about Halloween Horror Nights this year, especially with Stranger Things and Ghostbusters!
Halloween Horror Nights will start on September 6th and will run select nights through November 2nd. There will be “10 all-new elaborately themed haunted houses, five scare zones, live entertainment and more.”
There are also other Universal Studios attractions open and the “Halloween Horror Nights Mobile Game featuring TERROR TRIVIA.” Test your Halloween Horror Nights Knowledge and compete against other players to be on the leaderboards!
It just sounds like a lot of fun and the lagoon show is very exciting! If you would like to learn more or purchase tickets visit the Halloween Horror Nights site HERE.
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Source: Universal Orlando Resort
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