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Hollywood Drive-In Golf concept art

The Universal Orlando Resort's CityWalk night-time entertainment district will debut the Hollywood Drive-In Golf attraction and an updated version of the Blue Man Group show in February 2012.

Hollywood Drive-In Golf will feature holes inspired by the science fiction and horror movies that dominated the drive-in movie scene of the 1950s. The two miniature golf courses will be dubbed "The Haunting of Ghostly Greens" and "Invaders from Planet Putt", and will feature scenes such as a cemetery, a flying saucer and a basement lab in a haunted house.

Hollywood Drive-In Golf concept art

Image © Universal Orlando Resort

Universal Orlando claims that the courses will feature "cutting-edge interactive elements" and special effects designed to immerse guests in the experience, along with LED lighting to enable night-time play. Hollywood Drive-In Golf will be located next to the AMC Cineplex, below the first level of CityWalk

Blue Man Group show

Image © Universal Orlando Resort

The popular Blue Man Group show will be updated with new sets, music and technology. New elements will include a set-piece involving enormous "GiPads", a sketch based around modern communication vehicles, and a re-imagined finale accompanied by an all-new score.

CityWalk at Universal Orlando is an entertainment and retail district that also acts as entrance plaza between the resort's parking lots and its two theme parks. Hollywood Drive-In Golf will be situated so that it is visible as guests enter the resort.

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