Popular “Bill and Ted” show announced to end with Halloween Horror Nights 2017 at Universal Orlando

in Theme Parks, Universal Orlando

After 26 years, Bill and Ted’s Excellent Halloween Adventure is saying farewell after this year at Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights.

Every year, the show adapts to fit in with the changing world of pop culture. This year, The Wyld Stallyns and their time-traveling phone booth must once again save the world in the middle of pop-culture chaos.

The “Farewell Tour” is the perfect opportunity to give Bill S. Preston, Esquire and Ted “Theodore” Logan a proper sendoff. This final show promises to be timely, ridiculous, edgy and funny.

Start the farewell tour at home by revisiting the show’s 2012 finale dance in our video below.


To purchase tickets to Halloween Horror Nights, head over to the Universal Studios website.


  1. Gabe

    Could this finally be the last nail in the coffin for that theater space? Diagon Alley-adjacent space for HP expansion?

    1. reagan

      im still hoping for maybe a walking dead ride in its place or maybe even something new

  2. I either think that they are getting rid of it to make space and the fact that people are so easily offended nowadays, however this is the Florida HHN and they don’t really care whether or not people get offended too much (however I hope this does not change).

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