We already know that Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party was cancelled this year, but there was a question about the Christmas Party. Today Disney shared lots of information about the upcoming holiday season in Disney World, including news about the Christmas Party.
Just a friendly reminder that Disney will be streaming this new fireworks show tonight! It’s also the first night of Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party.
There is a new fireworks show coming to Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party this year. The show is called “Minnie’s Wonderful Christmastime Fireworks” and Disney will be streaming the debut live.
This special Disney World package has turned out to be pretty popular, so Disney decided to offer more availability to guests. Not only have they increased the number of packages available, but they have also extended the booking window.
It’s the most wonderful time of year, and being in Disney World during this time is extra special. The Christmas decorations are fun to see and on select dates guests can attend Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party at Magic Kingdom park.
Tomorrow is the first Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party of the season and Disney is going to stream A Frozen Holiday Wish live! This is good news for those of us that cannot be at the first party.
It’s getting closer to the first Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party and and there are lots of fun things to do and see during the party. This year, there will be a new experience available at Tony’s Town Square Restaurant.
The dates for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party (MNSSHP) and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party (MVMCP) have been released. These are two really fun parties that happen at the end of the year.
The first Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party happens tonight and there are exclusive things that are only available during the party. Included in the exclusive items are some specialty holiday themed treats.
In the past, when Disney has a ticketed event happening at Magic Kingdom the non-party guests would have to start leaving at 7 p.m. Now it looks like Disney is testing the idea to have non-party guests start leaving at 6 p.m.