Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party 2017

Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party 2017 Returns with Extended 32 Nights of Devilish Delights

It’s time to meet the Disney villains once again. The Orlando Resort starts celebrating its fun-filled spooky nights already. This year the Disney Halloween event is even bigger with four extra days of fun and eerie entertainments. With special attractions such as world-class Halloween parades, and firework displays, largest gatherings of Disney characters and villains, plenty of candies and much more, it’s truly the world’s most magical collection of devilish delights out there. Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party 2017 begins August 25, 2017 through November 1, 2017 on select dates, from 7 in the evening till midnight.

The one-of-a-kind after-hour ticketed event brings to life the best ever family-friendly Halloween experiences. Unlike the Universal Halloween, guest visiting the Disney Event are encouraged to come and attend the parties with their favorite Halloween costumes. But there are some restrictions as well. Interested guests are requested to go through the Disney Halloween Party costume policy to avoid costumes and dresses that are considered inappropriate for the Event. For costume guidelines, you can visit the Disney Halloween site.

When it comes to trick or treating at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, the experience is quite unique and exciting. The treat stations are located throughout the Park and are loaded with varieties of candies, sweets and snacks for guests of all ages. Even guests with food allergies will not be left out from having their share of the fun. The Event offers special allergy-friendly trick or treat experiences. All you have to do is – pick up the teal treat bag instead and you are all set to collect those teal tokens as much as you can. And don’t worry – you can redeem your teal tokens anytime by visiting the nearest Allergy-Friendly Center that provides you with your special treats in return.

Among the most favorite spooky entertainments at the 2017 Disney Halloween Event include Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular, where you have the most thrilling gatherings of Disney villains ever. Also don’t forget to meet the Sanderson Sisters and you must attend their mischievous Halloween party too. Again, the Mickey’s ‘Boo-to-You’ Halloween Parade, is one of the premier attraction of its kind the Event has to offer. The Parade is the only attraction where you will find such unique mix of ghostly sights and sounds. The appearance of favorite Disney characters in Halloween costumes, colorful floats and more, including the famous headless horseman in the lead, it’s truly one of the most magical Halloween moments. The fireworks show – Happy HalloWishes is another bewitching spectacle that transforms the entire Castle and surrounding ambiance. Also the encounters with the ghostly quartet in Frontierland at Cadaver Dans Barbershop Quartet is quite an exciting choice to spice up the eerie experience even more.

Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party Tickets

Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party Tickets

If you haven’t collect the tickets yet then please visit the official Disney World Halloween site for latest updates and reservations. Or you can also call toll free at 1-877-406-4836 for available discounts and offers on the event tickets.

Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular

Hocus Pocus Returns to Disney Halloween Party for the Second Time

The Disney World’s Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular is one of the most popular attractions of the annual Halloween Event hosted by the Resort. This one of a kind castle stage show is a big hit when it was introduced for the first time at the Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party in 2015. And as anticipated, the popular stage show returns for the second time now. It brings to life the spooky story from the 1993 classic cult movie right in the middle of the happiest Halloween Party on earth. Hocus Pocus is one of the most favorite and not to be missed Party highlights for Disney fans during the 2016 Event.

If you are attending the special Magic Kingdom hosted Halloween party this year, be sure to visit the Hocus Pocus stage show. Here we have the Sanderson sisters – busy casting their worst spells on the audience. The evil Sisters are not alone, they are accompanied by other familiar Disney villains, such as Oogie Boogie, Maleficient and Dr. Facilier – as they all gathered to help the Sisters prepare the world’s most fiendish potion ever.

Along with the Hocus Pocus show, there are many other special surprises for the Party guests as well. Some of the must visit fun activities and shows the Event offers include the sensational Mickey’s Boo-To-You Parade. This special spooktacular parade features some of the most eerily awesome floats with costumed characters, including villains, pirates and not to forget the Haunted Mansion stars. The Parade is truly one of the star attractions with two pre-parades – one led by the Headless Horseman and his hair-raising ride, and the other is the all new Zootopia Party Patrol, can be only viewed from the Main Street USA.

The breath-taking fireworks show – Happy Hallowishes is another must see attraction during the Party. It features an incredible display of fireworks, including castle projections with Disney Villains fill the sky like never before. Again, it’s never an easy task to find such unique Disney characters and take a life-time picture with them. The rare character meet and greet opportunities at the Halloween Party offer the ultimate characters experiences with the likes of Jack Skellington and Sally, Lady Carlotta from Haunted Mansion and many others.

Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party

Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party

Also last but not the least, we should not forget the sweet and cute candies. They play important role at the Party too. So make sure your special trick or treat bags are full of those before leaving the Party. The Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party is a special ticked Event. The month long Event runs from September 2, 2016 through October 31, 2016 on select nights at the world famous Magic Kingdom Park.

Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party Gets Deliciously Devilish With the All New Dessert Party

Trick or Treat with Mickey and his friends

Trick or Treat with Mickey and his friends

It’s no surprise that the Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party is a rare festive delight that WDW (Walt Disney World) has to offer. The dream Event is in fact a great way to explore the world of Disney Villains like never before. And better still- is the prospect of enjoying the latest Dessert Party as part of the special Halloween fantasy. The new one of a kind dining treat Villains’ Sinister Soiree: A Wicked Takeover of Cinderella Castle is definitely one of the most decadent dessert parties we can have.

Despite being available at a special cost though, I think a visit to the all new Dessert Party is a must to experience the best of what Disney Villains have to offer. Hosted by the villains themselves, it brings to life a unique mix of Halloween fun and dining experience for the entire family. Whether you are enjoying the magical Halloween Parade and Fireworks Spectacular from your preferred viewing area or joining Lady Tremaine and her incredible bunch of evil friends, including other special guests like you at Cinderella’s royal table for a deliciously devilish dessert party, there is no comparison to the fun and entertainment one can have.

For the first time guest to the party, it will be a very special time as they will be able to experience a wonderful mix of the decadent and the wicked right in the middle of the happiest place on Earth. As a special guest of Villains’ Sinister Soiree: A Wicked Takeover of Cinderella Castle you first enjoy preferred viewing for Mickey’s Boo-to-You Halloween Parade. And then after the magical HalloWishes Fireworks Spectacular you depart to Cinderella’s Royal Table for the most devilish dessert party hosted in celebration of the villains’ favorite time of year.

While the Mickey’s not so Scary Halloween Party is one of the most celebrated Halloween events in Orlando, it’s also the most family friendly festive extravaganza unlike any other. During the Event the entire Magic Kingdom transforms into a unique vacation hub, packed with premier fun and entertainment choices for the entire family. Moreover, with every passing year the fun continues to get even more exciting here. And the advent of the new Dessert attraction sets a new standard in this regard.

After enjoying all your favorite festive offerings at the special Event, a visit to the Cinderella’s royal table for the most delicious dessert treat (inspired by villains) is the last thing that you don’t want to miss. I think it’s a complete surprise package in the offing. After all the ability to meet and greet rare characters with no wait, viewing special entertainment with plenty of space to yourself, enjoying delicious desserts, spending quality time inside Cinderella Castle, and having a bag full of special items and candies to bring home is a dream experience.

Orlando vacations are always expensive. And tickets play a major role in influencing the same. But there are many other options available to help you stay on budget. And I suggest you to visit the authorized agents and brokers for some real savings. If you are looking for discounts on your Disney Tickets and passes to exclusive Orlando attractions and events, including discount Sea World and Universal Studios tickets and other special theme park packages you can also consult WDW recommended Kissimmee based ticket Re-Seller – The Official Ticket Center

A Guide to Halloween at the Magic Kingdom 2013

Halloween at the Magic Kingdom

Halloween at the Magic Kingdom

Walking down the ever glittering Main Street U.S.A. on a Halloween Holiday is a rare experience. Every year, during Halloween season the famous Magic Kingdom Park turns into a memorable festive zone powered with the world’s premier Halloween events and activities. There evolves an overwhelming array of colorful and spectacular displays, shows and surprises. While the entire Park embraces its darkest side on each selected night, guests were exposed to an incredible array of spooky outbursts of magical heights. The kids get inspired and passionate about their highly magical and not so scary Halloween encounters while adults amazed and remain excited as they celebrate and enjoy their dream hell ride right in the middle of the happiest place on earth.

From September through November the entire Magic Kingdom is taken over by the world famous Disney Halloween Event- the Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party. Visiting the Park during the special occasion is an exclusive fun and entertainment opportunity. Bathed in a sparkling and fun-filled haunted aura, the entire park area becomes the most celebrated Halloween destination in Orlando. And from the moment you step in you have an all new Magic Kingdom to explore. The element of creepiness is everywhere and as you take your strides the excitement just exceeds. Being a Halloween guest expect no less- beyond the Magic there await the most surprising, alluring and spectacular Fest.

Though the Disney Halloween Event is not the scariest as such, yet the celebration and fun of this world famous Fest is felt as much. Being a part of this one of the most celebrated themed Event is a dream come true. Whether it’s the very bright and resplendent Park entrance with signs and greetings of Halloween or the elevated train station with exquisite decors, or the bright and highly illuminated area of Main Street U.S.A itself, the Event offers an impressive twist to the usual Disney Magic that we used to enjoy on any normal Disney day.

Moreover, besides the special shows and activities at the Event, I believe the breathtaking illuminations and lightings, the ever-glowing orange and brown bunting, carved jack-o-lanterns and the scarecrows and other magical decors also contribute to the incredible Halloween experience. Among the main highlights of the Party, I am pretty sure while the special attractions like the Trick or Treat tends to elude the kids for a fascinating adventure in search of exclusive goodies, other featured events like the famous Boo-to-You Halloween parade, Haunted House ride and special Fireworks spectacular such as the Happy HalloWishes with wild remixes enhance the creepiness and merriment of the most memorable Halloween Party ever.

Disney Tips For Designing Your Jack-O-Lantern


What's Your Jack-O-Lantern Going To Be This Halloween?

What's Your Jack-O-Lantern Going To Be This Halloween?


The Official Ticket Center Inc. ~ If you’re looking for ideas on how to design your Halloween jack-o-lantern, we’ve got 182 of them – and they all can be found on Main Street U.S.A. at Magic Kingdom Park. It’s not the usual squares and rectangles for pumpkins at Walt Disney World Resort this season – they’re unique. Different designs and shapes include a hot dog pumpkin over Casey’s Corner and my favorite snowman pumpkin. There’s even a pumpkin featuring a spilled ice cream cone. Continue reading

Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party 2009

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Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is a Halloween-themed special event held select dates in September, October and November in Magic Kingdom theme park that requires a separate ticket to attend.

The event will be held from 7pm–12am on the following dates in 2009:
September 4, 11, 15, 18, 22, 25, 29
October 1, 2, 6, 8, 9, 12, 13, 15, 18, 20, 22, 23, 25, 27, 29, 31
November 1

The Official Ticket Center is offering discounted ticket prices for the September event dates. To purchase tickets, or for more information, click here or call us toll-free at 1-877-406-4836. Continue reading