There has been much speculation as to how Universal would handle the crowds of guests that hope to see the final show and now, thanks to the Halloween Horror Nights Twitter account, we have our answer.
— HHN – Orlando (@HorrorNightsORL) November 2, 2017
Guests who hope to be in attendance for the very last show will have to be among the first 1,000+ in line for wristbands when Halloween Horror Nights opens for the final time this year at 6:30.
Wristbands will be given out in the Springfield sections of the park and will be required for the last four shows that night. The first show of the night will not require wristbands.
It is recommended that guests arrive at the park early and plan to be at the Springfield Stay & Scream holding pen before the park closes at 5 PM in order to receive a wristband.
It is also worth noting that private RIP tours will also have access to the final show, making these wristbands even more limited.
The final showing of Bill & Ted’s Excellent Halloween Adventure will be held in the Fear Factor Live theater on Saturday, November 4.