LAS VEGAS (Gray News) – Universal’s new horror entertainment experience will be making a permanent debut in Las Vegas.
Universal Parks & Resorts announced the plans on Wednesday, saying the year-round horror experience would be reminiscent of Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights.
The experience will be part of a new 20-acre expansion of Las Vegas’ immersive AREA15 entertainment district that first opened in September 2020.
This new concept marks the first time Universal has created a permanent horror experience outside of a theme park.
According to a news release, the project will include “a range of unique, immersive, fantasy-horror-centric experiences that transform high-energy dining spaces by day into unforgettable bars and eateries by night.” will be
Page Thompson, President of New Business at Universal Parks & Co., said: Resort.
Current details are limited, with Universal not revealing a name or launch date for the experience.
News of Wednesday’s Las Vegas horror experience included a second announcement from Universal. The company also said it has plans to open a new family-friendly theme park in Frisco, Texas.
Universal is also working on a major expansion of its Orlando resort. His third theme park, called Universal’s Epic Universe, will join his two existing theme parks, Universal Studios Florida and Universal’s Islands of Adventure. After a delay due to the COVID-19 panic, Universal said Epic Universe is set to open in 2025.
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