Since Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is close to having it’s first night, Disney has released a food guide with specialty items that will be available during the party. Some of these items are only available during the party, but some will also be available during regular park hours. So you don’t need a party ticket for all of the treats.
With so many things returning to normal at Disney World, guests had high hopes the two popular parties at the end of the year would return to normal as well. We got an answer on the Halloween party this morning.
Disney announced a while back that they would not be doing the Halloween party, but would instead be doing an After Hours event in it’s place. We had been waiting to hear more details and Disney has now released information on dates, pricing, and when the tickets will go on sale.
There have been a lot of changes announced as Disney World prepares to reopen next month. In addition to safety measures that have been put in place, Disney has now canceled some events.
Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is one of the most popular events at Disney World. Guests look forward to attending these parties every year. So it’s good news that Disney has announced the dates for 2020!
Disney has been streaming more of their events and shows live, which fans at home appreciate. They’re keeping it going with another live stream planned for September 15.
Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is a fun event that gives guests a chance to dress up and trick-or-treat in the park. It’s also a chance to meet some rare characters that only come out for the party. One of those rare characters is now going to be hosting his own show at the Halloween party!
Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party has a lot for guests to experience, from trick-or-treating to rare character meet and greets to different party exclusive shows. And now this year there will be one more experience for guests to try.
Happy HalloWishes has been entertaining guests for many years during the Halloween party. Now, for the first time in 14 years, Disney is going to debut a new Halloween fireworks spectacular!
It may seem early, but Disney announced dates for this year’s Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party. Plus, starting today, you can buy tickets for the Halloween party.