Halloween Horror Nights: How To Get The Weeknd’ Maze Tickets?

The Weeknd, renowned musician and producer, has created After Hours Nightmare a haunted house in collaboration with the designers at the Universal Studios theme parks in Los Angeles and Orlando. It was inspired by a few songs from the musician’s platinum-selling album of the same name. It’s a component of the enormously well-liked Halloween Horror Nights event.

The Weeknd’s fourth straight number-one album, “After Hours,” produced a series of top-charting singles, including “Too Late,” “Heartless,” “In Your Eyes,” and the hugely successful song “Blinding Lights,” which Billboard named the greatest Hot 100 hit of all time. This HHN mansion will employ songs from this album to create an obscenely terrifying atmosphere.

We have provided the information on the tickets for the 2022 event for all Halloween enthusiasts and, of course, The Weeknd fans. The Weeknd’s maze will join “Monsters: Legends Collide,” the first maze created by Universal. Today saw the release of the event’s trailer which gave us all the chills.


How to get tickets to The Weeknd’ Maze

Halloween Horror Nights at Universal will run from September 2 to October 31, 2022. The tickets are already available for purchase on Universal’s ticketing website.

The Express Pass is $109.99 whereas the initial price is $73.99. With the latter, you will be able to skip the standard lines at all haunted houses once. Moreover, Express passes, single-night event tickets, and RIP/Unmasking the Horror tours are offered for purchase, but as of right now, multi-night passes are as well.


Single-Night tickets are available for purchase from the official website. Starts at $73.99 per person, plus tax, depending on the date.

Rush of Fear Pass is available for $129.99 per person, plus tax. That multi-night ticket allows you to experience the first 17 event nights.

Frequent Fear Pass is available for $179.99 per person, plus tax. That multi-night ticket gets you 27 nights, every Sunday through Thursday plus the first weekend.

Frequent Fear Plus Pass costs $219.99 per person, plus tax, and includes even more dates, up to 36 nights.

Ultimate Frequent Fear Pass is $324.99 per person, plus tax, and allows you entry into every night of the event, plus free parking after 5 pm.

According to the website, prices can change based on dates. Additionally, it shows the following cautionary message:


The Weeknd
The Weeknd (Credit: Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

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Weeknd’s comments on his Halloween nights

The Weeknd couldn’t have thought of a better theme for his own Halloween Horror Nights, and he is super thrilled. He is ecstatic with his own Halloween Horror Nights, and he couldn’t have come up with a finer idea.

The Weeknd
The Weeknd (Credit: Timothy Hiatt/Getty Images)

“I always wanted my own Halloween Horror Nights haunted house as Halloween has always been significant to my music, so this is a total dream come to life. I feel like my music videos have served as a launching pad for a collaboration like this, and I cannot wait for people to experience this madness!”

Abel “The Weeknd,” Tesfaye told The Hollywood Reporter

Additionally, Universal painted a terrifying enough picture of The Weeknd’s haunted mansion that you wouldn’t want to miss the chance to feel the fright.

“A slasher carving a smile at an otherworldly rave. Bandaged maniacs performing extreme plastic surgery. A grotesque mannequin masquerade. His nightmare is now yours,” the website notes.

Weeknd’s haunted house trailer

The Weeknd’s haunted house trailer has a creepier vibe than his After Hours music video/short film. It depicts the moment a beautiful woman takes the ideal selfie turning into a nightmare when she finds a wounded man in the backdrop.

The rest is left up to your imagination till you visit the haunted house to experience it. Soon, more bandaged creeps begin to walk toward her.


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