EVE: Ring in 2020 at Universal Studios Hollywood

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Image Courtesy Universal Studios Hollywood.
Image Courtesy Universal Studios Hollywood.

Universal Studios Hollywood invites guests to ring in 2020 with Hollywood’s biggest party of the year, EVE, on Tuesday, December 31, with extended park hours to 2 a.m. EVE is included in the price of theme park admission, or guests can choose to ring in the new year with the popular Ultimate EVE package.

Guests will be able to visit Universal Studios Hollywood on December 31, and leave on January 1, 2020 following a full day and night of fun on the park’s many thrill rides and attractions, including the all-new “Jurassic World—The Ride.”

EVE will kick off with a special park-wide celebration at 9 p.m. at Universal Plaza, Simpsons Plaza located in Springfield and an area near “Revenge of the Mummy – The Ride” transformed into three uniquely-themed party areas, featuring a variety of music, from rock ‘n’ roll to electronic dance music to Latin pop. A traditional countdown to 2020 will preface the spectacular fireworks show. The party doesn’t end there; the celebration will continue with enhanced DJ shows and after-party entertainment until 2 a.m.

The Ultimate EVE package takes the celebration to a whole new level. Package highlights include theme park admission starting at 6 p.m., VIP Lounge access with gourmet buffet dining and cash bars with specialty cocktails, private DJ and dance floor, reserved VIP viewing area for the dazzling fireworks display, a complimentary midnight champagne toast, commemorative 2020 party favors, preferred parking and unlimited Universal Express access to all rides and attractions.

To purchase tickets for EVE or the Ultimate EVE package, click hereAnnual Pass members can also benefit from a variety of special incentives devised especially for these valued ticket holders. To learn more and to purchase tickets, Annual Pass members can click here.

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