Evil returns to Universal Studios for Halloween Horror Nights, from September 29 to November 4, with a host of new attractions including a curation by popstar The Weeknd and a haunted house inspired by Netflix’s All Of Us Are Dead.
The Weeknd: After Hours Till Dawn Nightmare, Singapore
The 2023 Halloween event will feature a haunted house inspired by the music of Canadian superstar The Weeknd. The attraction, titled The Weeknd: After Hours Til Dawn Nightmare, sees visitors venture through winding hallways of The Weeknd’s spine-chilling nightclub to escape his purgatory of pain.
This collaboration takes inspiration from the The Weeknd: After Hours Nightmare at Universal Studios Orlando Resort and Hollywood in the United States.
But the Singapore edition features five new rooms themed after his hit album Dawn FM (2022) and incorporates elements from his album After Dark (2020). The record-breaking artist, whose real name is Abel Tesfaye, uses his creativity to mix popular songs and themes of these albums to create an iconic house of horrors.
Other Halloween Horror Nights 11 attractions
Particularly, visitors can dare step into scenes from Netflix’s South Korean hit All Of Us Are Dead to escape hordes of zombies in Hyosan High School.
From journeying through hell to encountering deadly rituals, and hearing the sinister side of all your favourite fairytales in a forest of nightmare…you’ll be seriously petrified. Question is will you survive all these haunted houses to witness hell encounters in live shows using a scaremony of music, lights, and special effects?
This event starts at 7.30pm each night and is not recommended for younger children as it can be too intense. Tickets begin at $79 for Halloween Horror Nights 11. Otherwise, there’s a number of packages for true horror fans which gives access to US rides and other special experiences. Learn more on the Universal Studios website.
📍Universal Studios Singapore, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269