Following news of Disney’s cancelation of Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party for 2020, Universal Orlando Resort and Universal Studios Hollywood confirm the cancelation of Halloween Horror Nights 2020.
Universal Orlando Resort will not hold our Halloween Horror Nights event this year and will be focusing exclusively on operating our theme parks for daytime guests, using the enhanced health and safety procedures already in place. I know this news is disappointing especially since this year we would be celebrating HHN’s 30th anniversary. I am disappointed too, but this is the right decision for our Guests and our Team Members.
Universal Studios Hollywood has also made the difficult decision to not hold HHN this year as they continue to face ongoing business restrictions and uncertainty around their opening timeframe.
-Bill Davis, President & COO of Universal Orlando
Tickets, vacation packages, and other add-ons are good for 2021’s event or for refund. Call 877-801-9720 for information or to cancel.
This news is a major disappointment for fans of the event with Orlando celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. Halloween Horror Nights is a year-long development process, and Bill confirms that work for next year’s event has already started.
Do you think this was the right choice? Want to share your disappointment? Comments are open for you to let us know how you feel.