The most wonderfall time of the year is just around the corner, and this year you have yet another reason to join the fun during Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Magic Kingdom® Park!
Taking place select nights Aug. 17–Oct. 31, 2018, Mickey’s Not-So-Scary will add a few new twists and treats to this year’s event.
The Mad Tea Party will take you for a colorful ride as new lighting and effects give a new spin on the night. Depending on the color of your costume, they may also transform under the new dancing lights. How cool is that?
On Pirates of the Caribbean, new pirates invade experience, interacting with sailing Guests who will join the search for “Gunpowder Pete.” Arrrgh!
On Space Mountain, explorers will hurtle through deep space as a new soundtrack and special effects transform the adventure.
Also new this year, Storybook Circus welcomes the Storybook Circus Disney Junior Jam, a dance party featuring favorite Disney Junior Characters, including Doc McStuffins!
As always, dancing ghosts, the Headless Horseman, plus Mickey, Peter Pan and many more favorite characters return in the themed parade. The skies above come alive with a magical fireworks extravaganza and a spectacle that definitely goes bump in the night. Plus, the spellbinding “Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular” castle show returns, as the Sanderson Sisters take “stage fright” to another level. And, there are plenty of sweets for all trick-or-treaters, even allergy-friendly options.
Entertainment offerings subject to change without notice. Please choose costumes that are not obstructive or offensive. Admission to this event requires a separately priced ticket valid only during specific event dates and hours. Inclement weather conditions may also affect outdoor entertainment.
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