Full Details of Halloween Horror Nights 2022 Shows Revealed 

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In many ways, Halloween is about tradition. Every holiday has its set of traditions and customs, and part of the lore of Halloween Horror Nights is the shows. Although the event is held year after year, the mix of houses and scare zones builds the lore of each season, making them unique and memorable. Integral to that creation are the shows. Historically, there have been 2 shows each HHN season. This year is no different.

Here’s what we know so far:

Logo for Ghoulish! A Halloween Tale
Ghoulish! A Halloween Tale

Ghoulish! A Halloween Tale

The lagoon shows at HHN are always spectacular, and this showcase promises to uphold that standard. The narrative is inspired by a ghost story that has come to life. The Grim Reaper takes you on a journey to find what lies in the great beyond with the soundtrack of familiar, remixed music from today.

Logo for Halloween Nightmare Fuel Wildfire
Halloween Nightmare Fuel Wildfire

Halloween Nightmare Fuel Wildfire

The Fuel Girls have returned in this sequel to Nightmare Fuel, one of the shows featured at last year’s event. Set to upbeat, electronic music, a new nightmare is set to debut.

Halloween Horror Nights 2022 runs on select nights from September 2 to October 31.

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