Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party is already going on but there is still time to purchase your tickets. This is a hugely popular and very fun event that includes trick or treating for kids and gives young and the young at heart a chance to dress up for Halloween. The Magic Kingdom shuts down early on select nights from mid-August to November 1 to reopen for the event. Here is what to expect at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party 2019.
New Offerings at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party
Here is what is new coming to Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party 2019.
This is super exciting news because the Fireworks show has been great, but it’s been around for a while and I can’t wait to see what the new state of the art projections and lasers will add to story elements in the new show. Concept art shows Cinderella Castle transformed into a chillingly mysterious and possibly haunted chateau.
Cruella’s Halloween Hideaway
Mingle with De Vil at her frightfully ironic (or downright sinister) location in Town Square. Tony’s Town Square Restaurant will be host to a parade viewing party that includes a reserved viewing area, a buffet of samplers, appetizers, and desserts, and of course Cruella herself in the fur.
Returning Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party Favorites
These staples of the event are returning for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party 2019:
The Sanderson Sisters are at it again with a villainous Musical Review on the stage in front of Cinderella Castle. This popular show will take place multiple times each night of the event and is exclusive to MNSSHP.
Boo to You
The popular Parade, Boo to You returns in all of its frightfully fun spectacle and sound. The parade features Disney Characters dressed up for Halloween and dancing Haunted Mansion ghouls. The Parade is kicked off by a galloping Headless Horseman.
Disney Junior Dance Party
In Dumbo’s Storybook Circus there is a dance party that will be returning this year for fans of Doc McStuffins and other Disney Junior favorites. The character dance party will also feature Vampirina, of course.
Last year Disney enhanced some of their attractions for Halloween. Pirates of the Caribbean got a live-action twist and an interactive game, Space Mountain got a spookier treatment, and even the Mad Tea Party took on a whole new character with festive Halloween lighting. Although details have not yet been announced. There will be attraction enhancements this year that may be the same as in 2018, or completely new!
Trick or treating trails are located around the park and will be returning for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party 2019, but the Costume Promenade in Frontierland is a returning event that will take place before the parade. In this fun reshow experience, kids can show off their costumes for candy.