As we ramp up to the official re-opening of Universal Orlando on June 5, we’re already jumping ahead and covering Halloween Horror Nights 2020. By all accounts, the annual event is not only still a “go”, but they’ve been building the houses behind-the-scenes as usual while the parks have been closed.
For the purposes of this article, we aren’t going to talk about either the Intellectual Property or original houses coming to Halloween Horror Nights this year. We already covered that thoroughly in this piece several weeks ago and we stand by our predictions. Rather, you must be wondering: how do you control and social distance the massive amounts of people who come to Halloween Horror Nights? We actually think we have some tentative answers.