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Dates and Details for Halloween in Disneyland

July 18, 2017

Dates have been announced for Mickey’s Halloween Party as well as a few additions that have been made for this year. If you are a DVC Member, Annual Pass Holder, or you have a Disney Visa Card, you are able to start purchasing your tickets July 17th. Tickets will be available to the General Public on July 24th, 2017.

Mickey’s Halloween Party Dates in Disneyland

September 20, 22, 25, 27, and 29 2017

October 3, 6, 10, 13, 17, 20, 24, 27, and 31 2017


What’s New?

In addition to Disneyland, the Halloween Spirit has spread to Disney California Adventure!

Everyone in Radiator Springs will be dressing up and decorating their homes for Haul-O-Ween. I can not wait to see what costumes they have come up with.



Buena Vista Street will also be transformed to look as though you have stepped foot into The Nightmare Before Christmas. Oogy Boogy will be there to greet guests, in the form of a silhouette, as they walk in to Disney California Adventure.



In Disneyland, you will continue to see the Haunted Mansion Holiday and Space Mountain Ghost Galaxy. During the party, look out for fan favorites such as the Cadaver Dans, the “Halloween Screams” fireworks, and more. And you know there are going to be yummy treats!

Whether you go to Disneyland for Halloween every year, or you are considering going for the first time, Guests will be amazed at the added value their ticket holds this year. When you purchase your ticket to Mickey’s Halloween Party, you will also gain access to Disney California Adventure up to 3 hours before the party in Disneyland Begins.

Also starting this year, is the addition of a FREE Memory Maker for anyone who purchases the Halloween Party to remember your time at the party. What an extraordinary value!

So, remember your costumes (not required) and grab a bag to hold all your candy! Please adhere by the guidelines set by Disney regarding costumes and have a fun night. You can find these guidelines here, but they’re pretty common sense. As long as you can not pass for a cast member, do not bring anything resembling a weapon (plastic light sabers ARE accepted), and are family friendly, you should be fine.

For more information, visit Disneyland’s Website or contact Disney Solution

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