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Oogie Boogie Bash – A Disney Halloween Party Announced for Disney California Adventure® Park

Disneyland® Resort in Southern California has announced details for Halloween Time taking place Sep. 6 through Oct. 31, 2019.

During Halloween Time, the entire Disneyland® Resort area is decorated for the most be-witching time of the year. Several attractions are slated to receive their always popular holiday overlays, including The Haunted Mansion, Guardians of the Galaxy, Luigi’s Rollickin’ Roadsters, and Mater’s Junkyard Jamboree. Halloween Screams nighttime spectacular will return nightly to Disneyland® Park, with fireworks added to the show on select nights. In Disney California Adventure® Park, Plaza de la Familia will return to Paradise Gardens Park to celebrate the spirit of Día de los Muertos.  And throughout the resorts, you’ll find creepy keepsakes and witch-worthy snacks to celebrate the season.

New for 2019 to the Halloween Time at Disneyland® Resort offerings is Oogie Boogie Bash – A Disney Halloween Party. This special-ticketed event allows guests young and old to don a costume and trick-or-treat in Anaheim’s ultimate neighborhood, the Disney California Adventure® Park! You’ll even see the Headless Horseman of Sleepy Hollow make his spooky ride through the park each night of the party! Highlights of the new Oogie Boogie Bash – A Disney Halloween Party include:

  • A new World of Color show called “Villainous!”
  • Redwood Creek Challenge Trail transformation by Disney villains
  • Immersive Treat Trails
  • A new DescenDance dance party inspired by Disney Channel’s “Descendants”
  • The guest-favorite “Frightfully Fun Parade”
  • A new Mickey’s Trick and Treat show that’s perfect for young guests
  • Character encounters of beloved Disney characters ­and villains, too.

Oogie Boogie Bash – A Disney Halloween Party will be held on the following dates from 6p-11p:

  • Tue. Sep. 17 (entry beginning at 3p)
  • Thu. Sep. 19 (entry beginning at 3p)
  • Sun. Sep. 22 (entry beginning at 2p)
  • Tue. Sep. 24 (entry beginning at 3p)
  • Thu. Sep. 26 (entry beginning at 3p)
  • Sun. Sep. 29 (entry beginning at 2p)
  • Tue. Oct. 1 (entry beginning at 3p)
  • Thu. Oct. 3 (entry beginning at 3p)
  • Sun. Oct. 6 (entry beginning at 2p)
  • Tue. Oct. 8 (entry beginning at 3p)
  • Thu. Oct. 10 (entry beginning at 3p)
  • Sun. Oct. 13 (entry beginning at 2p)
  • Tue. Oct. 15 (entry beginning at 3p)
  • Thu. Oct. 17 (entry beginning at 3p)
  • Sun. Oct. 20 (entry beginning at 2p)
  • Tue. Oct. 22 (entry beginning at 3p)
  • Thu. Oct. 24 (entry beginning at 3p)
  • Sun. Oct. 27 (entry beginning at 2p)
  • Tue. Oct. 29 (entry beginning at 2p)
  • Thu. Oct. 31 (entry beginning at 2p)

Tickets are on sale with pricing start at $110 per person and vary depending on party dates with some discounts available for Annual Passholders on select dates. Due to popularity, some of the parties do sell out, so contact your Magic Maker® now for more details on this spooktacular event!

Photos: Spooky Surprises Await You

Halloween is only 3 weeks away, but Mickey and his friends have been in the Halloween spirit for a couple weeks now. Guests on both coasts have been enjoying Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at the Magic Kingdom® Park and Mickey’s Halloween Party at Disneyland® Park. Both parties are a specialty ticketed event allowing guests young and old to don their costume and  trick-or-treat, experience many of their favorite attractions, and enjoy exclusive entertainment offered only at the parties!

Enjoy this photo album of some of the spooky surprises awaiting you:

Spooky Souvenirs from Disney Parks

Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party kicks off tonight at the Magic Kingdom® Park and Mickey’s Halloween Party will begin at Disneyland® Park on September 28th. Halloween will be here before you know it!

To celebrate this spookiest of holidays, guests will be see some very creative merchandise available for purchase this year in merchandise locations resort-wide. Here is a look at some of the spooky souvenirs available this year.

Boo to You!

Happy Halloween!  If you didn’t get a chance to celebrate this spooky day at the Walt Disney World® Resort or Disneyland® Resort thisDisney Halloween Vacation year, then start planning for next year’s trip!  Here are the haunted happenings that took place this year that you won’t want to miss next year!

Disneyland® Resort in California

Space Mountain Ghost Galaxy
The darkest regions of space and time cross over into a ghostly netherworld in the classic attraction, Space Mountain!  Haunting sound effects and a chilling soundtrack surround you as you scream your way through space.

Main Street Pumpkin Festival
More than 300 totally unique pumpkins decorate the plaza throughout Main Street, U.S.A.  Be sure to check them all out as well as the delicious treats for sale.

Haunted Mansion Holiday
This timeless attraction has been taken over by Jack Skellington and his gang from Tim Burton’s “The Nightmare Before Christmas.”  The Haunted Mansion is transformed from haunted house to Halloween Town complete with special soundtrack and exclusive Halloween experiences.

Big Thunder Ranch Halloween Roundup
Head to the corral and get close with different barnyard animals.  Then meet up with Sheriff Woody and Jessie while participating in lively arts and crafts.  Learn from the master Disney arts as they create elaborate pumpkin designs.

Mickey’s Halloween Party
You are invited to an exclusive party with Mickey and the gang at the Disneyland® Park.  Clad in costume, trick-or-treat around the park.  Fireworks erupts the night sky to a spooky and haunting soundtrack in Halloween Screams.  A separate ticket is needed for this event that takes place select nights.


Walt Disney World® Resort in Florida

Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party
Dress up in your favorite costume and trick-or-treat around the Magic Kingdom for some delicious treats.  Take a ride on some of your favorite attractions and be sure to catch Mickey’s “Boo-to-You” Halloween Parade that kicks off by a erie ride by the Headless Horseman.  The Disney Villians light up the night sky in the Happy Hallowishes fireworks.  Don’t forget to catch your favorite characters in their costumes.  A separate ticket is needed for this event that takes place on select nights.

Haunted Carriage Rides
Roam the woods of Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground on a 25-minute Haunted Carriage Ride while hearing the “Legend of Sleepy Hollow.”  Reservations are needed to participate in this spooky experience.

Delicious Halloween Treats
Throughout the entire resort, feast on delicious treats created just for this time of the year.  Pumpkin spice funnel cakes, pumpkin fudge and cheesecake, and Halloween-themed cookies and baked goods.  Some of your favorite characters are recreated as caramel apples during the Halloween season!

Halloween Fun at the Walt Disney World Resort Hotels
Check with your resort hotel for fun Halloween Happenings during your stay.  Participate in Mummy Wrap-Ups, Cupcake Decorating, Monster Mash Pool Bashes, Costume Parades, or catch a haunted flick under the stars.

*Halloween events may vary from year to year at the Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resorts and can change without notice.

Ghostly Tours in Disneyland Park

Disneyland Halloween

The Disneyland® Resort has transformed into a Halloween wonderland. Mickey and Minnie and their pals are decked out in their favorite Halloweencostumes, hundreds of pumpkins decorate the resort and autumn is in the air. It’s really a great time to visit, but if you’re a Halloween junkie then there are some special tours available, complete with your own “Ghost” or “Ghostess.”

Two tours enhance the Halloween experience at the Disneyland® Resort by giving guests a look at how Halloween comes to life, with fun holiday facts and a chance to experience the resort’s most popular Halloween attractions.

“Disney’s Happiest Haunts Tour” will be held daily through October 31. The cost is $64 plus park admission. “Disney’s Happiest Haunts Ultimate Experience” costs $99 and includes admission to Mickey’s Halloween Party. It’s available on Tuesdays and Fridays only. Park admission is included.

Tours have limited space and start at 5 p.m. and 5:05 p.m. Contact your Magic Maker® for more information.

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*Tour schedule and price are subject to change at any time without notice and are subject to availability.

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$300 Savings on a Disneyland Resort Vacation Package

You can save $300* on a 4-day, 4-night Disneyland® Resort vacation package. This package features a 4-day Disneyland® Resort Park Hopper® Souvenir"it's a small world" holiday Ticket, which is your passport to two amazing Theme Parks filled with all-time favorite attractions, shows and more. It’s the perfect way to experience either Halloween Time at the Disneyland® Resort or Holidays at the Disneyland® Resort.

Offer Details:

Save $300* on a Walt Disney Travel Company 4-day, 4-night Disneyland Resort vacation package that includes a 4-Day Disneyland® Resort Park Hopper® Souvenir Ticket.

Booking Window:

Aug. 17 – Dec. 1, 2010

Travel Window:

This offer is available for arrivals Oct. 1 – Nov. 23, 2010 and Nov. 27 – Dec. 16, 2010. Travel on this offer must be completed by Dec. 20, 2010.

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*$300 savings is based on the non-discounted price for the same 4-night package, with 4-Day Disneyland® Resort Park Hopper® Souvenir Tickets, at a Disneyland® Resort hotel for a family of four (3 adults and 1 child (age 3-9). Offer is valid for bookings from 8/17/10 through 12/1/10 and for arrivals from 10/1/16 through 12/16/10 with travel being completed by 12/20/10. Not valid for previously booked rooms or for suites. Check for offers associated with different package lengths of stays. The Disneyland® Resort Park Hopper® Souvenir Tickets expire 13 days after first use or 12/29/10, whichever occurs first, and each day of use of a ticket constitutes one full day of use. Tickets may not be sold or transferred for commercial purposes. The number of rooms allocated for this package may be restricted and are subject to the block-out dates of 11/24/10 – 11/26/10; advance reservations required. Not valid with group rates or any other discount or promotion. Excludes taxes. Subject to restrictions and change without notice.

Mickey’s Halloween Party moves to Disneyland Park

Mickey’s Halloween Party moves to the Disneyland® Park in California this Halloween season. The private, costumed trick-or-treatMickey's Halloween Party Disneyland party that guests enjoyed at Disney California Adventure® park and was formerly known as Mickey’s Trick-or-Treat Party has moved to Disneyland® Park. The new event has some new, really cool benefits:

  • Access to Disneyland park – With a ticket to Mickey’s Halloween Party, you’ll get access to nearly all the attractions Disneyland park has to offer—from the classic attractions in Fantasyland to the Halloween-themed attractions like Space Mountain Ghost Galaxy and Haunted Mansion Holiday.
  • Earlier access – You can start the party early at Disneyland park at 3:00 p.m. on Tuesdays and 4:00 p.m. on Fridays. The official event starts at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesdays and 7:00 p.m. on Fridays and on Halloween night.
  • Tons of treats – We’re adding even more trick-or-treat locations – more treats!
  • Exclusive access to Halloween Screams – Mickey’s Halloween Party guests will have exclusive access to one of the most popular fireworks spectaculars ever – Halloween Screams!

Mickey’s Halloween Party will be offered on Halloween night and every Tuesday and Friday in October. Contact your Magic Maker® for more information on purchasing tickets to this exclusive event.

Request a quote for the Disneyland® Resort in California
so you don’t miss this exclusive party!

Heading to the Walt Disney World® Resort in Florida this fall?
Don’t miss Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party at the Magic Kingdom!  Click here for more information.

Space Mountain Ghost Galaxy at Disneyland Resort for Halloween

spacemountainscareDon’t miss out on “Space Mountain Ghost Galaxy” – giving guests a brand new experience on a classic attraction, only at the Disneyland® Resort. You can experience the supreme scares of this Halloween Time overlay now through Nov. 1, 2009.

“Space Mountain Ghost Galaxy” is a must-see if for you’re looking for new Halloween thrills. You will scream through the darkest regions of space and cross over into a ghostly netherworld featuring haunting new visual effects and a sinister new soundtrack. Guests take a terrifying ride where they try to escape the clutches of cosmic creatures lurking around every turn.