Fear fans are getting the opportunity to step into The Weeknd’s nightmarish vision this Halloween.

The acclaimed artist and producer has teamed up with the creatives at the Universal Studios theme parks in Los Angeles and Orlando to realize The Weeknd: After Hours Nightmare, a haunted house inspired by select tracks from his similarly titled record-breaking album. It’s part of the wildly popular annual Halloween Horror Nights event.

As guests make their way through the seasonal attraction, they’ll be immersed in a nightmarish and surreal world soundtracked and inspired by The Weeknd’s fourth consecutive number one album and some of the multi-award-winning artist’s short films. Park officials warn that those brave enough to enter will be “stalked by slashers, bandaged maniacs, gruesome toad-like creatures and other unfathomable horrors from the mind of the artist.” The question is, will they be able to escape his creations?

The Weekend is not the first music artist to have their tunes turned into a terrifying reality at Halloween Horror Nights. He follows in the footsteps of Alice Cooper. Once again this year, Slash provides the soundtrack for one of the haunted houses.

The final mazes have yet to be revealed, but tickets are now on sale for Halloween Horror Nights at both the Los Angeles and Orlando parks. The Universal Studios Hollywood event kicks off on Thursday, September 8, 2022, but the nightmare begins a few days earlier at Universal Orlando Resort. The screams start there on Friday, September 2, 2022. Both events will run through Monday, October 31, 2022.