Universal Studios Hollywood Rings in the New Year with EVE

If you are looking to ring in the New Year Hollywood-style, check out EVE, the second-annual celebration inviting guests to party all night long at Universal Studios Hollywood.

Welcome 2019 with live music, fireworks, and much more. EVE is included in the price of theme park admission ($124 plus tax; $119 plus tax for California residents), and guests are invited to spend the day and night at the park—with extended theme park hours until 2 a.m.


If you did not have a chance to enjoy Christmas in The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, don’t fret, as it will all still be there waiting for you, including the castle show and snowfall in Hogsmeade village.

Enjoy all the rides and attractions; at 9 p.m. join a park-wide party featuring multiple DJs and live music. Latin favorites will be featured on a stage near the Revenge of the Mummy ride, while electronic dance music is at home at the Simpsons Plaza in the Springfield section of the park. Pop, rock, and hip-hop fans can dance the night away at Universal Plaza.

Next, it will be time for the traditional New Year’s countdown, followed by three spectacular synchronized firework displays.

Ultimate EVE VIP Package 

If you want to crank it up a notch, consider the Ultimate EVE package ($329), which includes park admission starting at 6 p.m.; complimentary valet parking for one car; access to exclusive lounge areas with a gourmet buffet dinner; a reserved fireworks viewing area; a complimentary midnight champagne toast; and Universal Express Unlimited rides, shows, and attractions. Guests will check in at a VIP entrance to the park to receive their Ultimate EVE credentials and themed party favors.

Are you ready to spend 18 hours at Universal Studios Hollywood?

To purchase tickets for EVE or the Ultimate EVE package, visit the Universal Studios Hollywood website. For all there is to see and do at Universal Studios Hollywood, check out Seth Kubersky’s Unofficial Guide.

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Photo credit: Mike Danenberg / Universal Studios Hollywood


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