Tickets and multi-night passes are now on sale for Halloween Horror Nights 2018 as Universal Studios Hollywood has revealed more information on what to expect at this year’s event; including scare zones and this year’s Terror Tram theme.

General one-night admission prices range between $67-$97, depending on your event date. Passmember discounts are available, with savings up to $36. Platinum Annual Pass Members are entitled to one free night. Check the official site for more information on which dates the free ticket is valid.

This year’s Frequent Fear Pass features 3 options; 2 Nights of Fear, Frequent Fear, and Ultimate Fear. The 2 Nights of Fear offers a guest any 2 nights from select dates for just $109. If you’re looking for more nights of horror, the general Frequent Fear Passes are $169, which allow guests to attend up to 21 nights on select dates. For $350, guests can attend every night of Horror Nights with the Ultimate Fear Pass.

The event begins at 7 pm, early entry at 5 pm is available for online purchases only.

Groups of up to 12 can scare in style with all-new R.I.P. Tour, featuring exclusive experiences with a VIP guide, trolley transportation, valet parking, a gourmet buffet dinner, and drinks plus unlimited Universal Express privileges to mazes and attractions.

For more information on ticket prices and dates, please visit the official site.

This year’s Terror Tram will see the return of Hollywood Harry, the phantom clown infamous for terrorizing the Universal Studios Backlot. In Hollywood Harry’s Dreadtime Stories,  guests will journey through five “bedtime stories” as they attempt to survive the chainsaw-wielding monsters, bloodthirsty cannibals, rotten corpse scarecrows, homicidal clowns, and escape a merciless torture factory.

The Jabbawockeez are back for year 4. After performing to sold-out shows and continuing to be the highest rated attraction at Halloween Horror Nights last year, the Jabbawockeez will bring an all-new, exclusive live show for 2018.

In addition, this year will feature 5 scare zones. Joining the previously announced Holidayz in Hell, it was confirmed at Midsummer Scream that Trick ‘R Treat will also be featured as a zone; featuring vampires, werewolves, zombie school children and Sam, the vengeful spirit of Halloween. This will be the first time Hollywood will feature a scare zone that ties together with a house. Monster Masquerade, a zone inspired by Universal Classic Monsters, will take place in a monster masquerade ball along the streets of Paris. In Hell’s Harvest, guests enter a pagan harvest festival, with the streets filled with strange bewitched dolls, brought to life through dark magic. Toxxic Tunnel will also be returning as well this year.

4 more mazes are still to be announced.

This year’s Halloween Horror Nights takes place this fall, Starting September 14 and running until November 3, 2018.