ORLANDO, Fla. — SeaWorld Orlando has unleashed more details about its upcoming Howl-O-Scream event, which returns for its third year on Sept. 8.

What You Need To Know

  • SeaWorld Orlando's Howl-O-Scream runs select nights Sept. 8-Oct. 31

  • The park has revealed more details about this year's lineup of haunted houses, scare zones and themed bars

  • The Blood Beckoning house is returning and the new Blood Light District scare zone will be making its debut

  • RELATED: SeaWorld Orlando summons siren twins for Howl-O-Scream

The after-hours, horror-themed event will feature new and returning haunted houses, scare zones, themed bars and the Monster Stomp stage show.

A new scare zone called “Blood Light District" will join the lineup.

“Those who walk in the streets of this borough will tempt your deepest desires,” reads a description on the SeaWorld website. “You can fight their beckoning, but you will not win.”

Blood Beckoning, a house from last year that centered around a siren who was “out for blood,” will return for this year’s event.

SeaWorld is also bringing back many of the event’s themed bars, including Siren’s Last Call, Poison Grotto, Longshoremen Tavern and Tormented.

The rest of the haunted houses, along with a new scare zone and a new themed bar, are still to be announced.

Howl-O-Scream will also include access to some of SeaWorld’s coasters such as Mako, Manta and newcomer Pipeline for night-time rides.

The event runs select nights through Oct. 31.

For more event and ticket information, visit SeaWorld Orlando's Howl-O-Scream website.


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