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What you should know about Disneyland’s Oogie Boogie Bash and Disney World’s Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party

Halfway through October, Disney is still handing out plans like candy.

According to information released by Disney Parks on Thursday, Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party will be back at Walt Disney World for 38 special evenings from August to November, while Oogie Boogie Bash – A Disney Halloween Party will be back at the Disneyland Resort.

It’s the only time of year when adults may dress up and trick-or-treat across Disney California Adventure Park and Magic Kingdom. The after-hours festivities require separate tickets, which are not included with general theme park admission.

What you need to know about Halloween plans at Disneyland and Disney World.

What time does the Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party ticket sale start?

On May 2, general public ticket sales begin. Tickets go on sale starting April 27 to guests who have reservations at specific Walt Disney World Resort hotels, Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Hotels, and Shades of Green event dates.

Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party cost how much?

For visitors 10 and older, tickets for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party go from $109 to $199. By date, prices change.

Is park entry included in Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party?

For the duration of the event, which this year lasts from 7 p.m. to midnight, tickets include access to Magic Kingdom. The park opens to visitors at 4 p.m., but Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party tickets do not include all-day access.

Plan your activities for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party.

Many visitors organise their entire evening around the Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular event, the Mickey’s Boo-To-You Halloween Parade, and Disney’s Not-So-Spooky Spectacular, which includes unique castle projections and fireworks. Dance parties and performances by the Cadaver Dans Barbershop Quartet are typical examples of additional entertainment options.

The opportunity to view Disney characters not typically found in theme parks, such as Jack Skellington and Sally from “The Nightmare Before Christmas,” as well as numerous villains and iconic characters dressed in costume, is another attraction. Although wait times for attractions are typically shorter than normal because to the event’s limited capacity, meet-and-greet queues can get very long.

Throughout the celebration, a virtual queue will be in place for TRON Lightcycle / Run, the park’s newest ride.

Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party attire

All visitors are encouraged to wear costumes that are appropriate for a family and are not “obstructive, offensive, objectionable, or violent,” as stated in the Disney World website’s rules.

It is forbidden to use decorations or props that could be mistaken for actual weapons. Additionally, guests 14 years of age and older are not allowed to wear costume masks of any kind, costumes that reach the ground or drag on it, or other items that could accidently injure other visitors.

Is there anything unique that Disneyland does for Halloween?

This fall, Disney California Adventure will host Oogie Boogie Bash – A Disney Halloween Party on a few different nights.

The Southern California event, similar to Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party in Florida, enables guests to dress in costume, enjoy special entertainment, and interact with Disney characters dressed in Halloween-themed outfits.

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