Happy halfway to Halloween! What does this mean? Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is back for 2022 and we can’t wait. This year, Magic Kingdom’s halloween spectacular will take place during the park’s 50th Anniversary Celebration. In honor of the day, Walt Disney World announced the very exciting news from Doug Jones, star of the upcoming film Hocus Pocus 2.
Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party Details
Starting this fall, guests of all ages are invited to show off their favorite character costumes and celebrate during Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party. Starting August 12, this special ticketed event begins at 7 pm and will run until midnight. Of course, the event ends on Halloween night.
Attendees will experience event-exclusive entertainment, rare Disney villain costume characters, special menu items and more!
What to Expect
According to Disney’s official announcement, here’s some of what you can expect:
The Headless Horseman is back and will be riding down Mainstreet as a prelude to the “Mickey’s Boo-To-You Halloween Parade.”
Find candy stations throughout Magic Kingdom for trick-or-treaters to collect candy with a commemorative 50th Anniversary bag.
What’s Halloween without the Sanderson Sisters? Well, for those of you cult classic lovers, there will be a “spelltacular” stage show on Cinderella’s Castle with the Hocus Pocus crew.
Classic Disney Characters will be in special Halloween costumes and available for photo opportunities. The lines will likely be very long since we can now meet the characters and get photos and hugs. Beware.
Space Mountain, Mad Tea Party, Pirates of the Caribbean, and Monsters, Inc Laugh Floor will have special Halloween-themed overlays.
None other than the Pumpkin King will host a nighttime spectacular fireworks show.
Of course, it’s not a Disney event without special treats and snacks. Enjoy savory menu selections inspired by delicious fall flavors.
Finally, to honor the 50th Anniversary of Disney World, guests will experience the a special step-in photo opportunity at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party. Plus, reusable trick-or-treat tote bags will be 50th themed, as well as, an exclusive commemorative print.
That’s a ton of new information, but what about the cost?
Tickets go on sale for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party May 18th. However, guests of certain Walt Disney World Resort hotels can purchase tickets starting May 12.
Prices will be ranging from $109 – $199. These prices are based on event date — the closer to Halloween the more expensive tickets will likely be.