ORLANDO, Fla. — Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party will return to Magic Kingdom for this year’s Halloween season, Disney announced Thursday.
What You Need To Know
- Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party returning to Magic Kingdom this year
- The popular Halloween event has been on hiatus since 2020 because of the pandemic
- It will run select nights from August 12 through October 31
- Highlights include trick-or-treating, Boo to You Halloween Parade, Hocus Pocus stage show and specialty treats
The after-hours, separately-ticket event will run select nights Aug. 12-Oct. 31.
Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween will feature the Boo to You Halloween Parade, characters, trick-or-treating, and the nighttime spectacular Disney’s Not-So-Spooky Spectacular when it returns this fall.
It will also include the “Hocus Pocus Villain Spectacular” stage show featuring the Sanderson Sisters.
Halloween-themed overlays will also be added to some Magic Kingdom attractions, including Space Mountain, Mad Tea Party, Pirates of the Caribbean and Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor.
In addition to specialty treats and food items, Disney also said the event will feature an exclusive step-in photo opportunity tied to the resort’s 50th anniversary celebration.
Mickey’s Not-So-Scary has been on hiatus since the pandemic. After being canceled in 2020, Disney replaced Mickey’s Not-So-Scary in 2021 with a nighttime experience called Disney After Hours Boo Bash.
Tickets for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary will go on sale May 18, with prices ranging from $109 to $199. Guests staying at select Disney World Resort hotels can begin purchasing tickets as early as May 12.
Disney World annual passholders and Disney Vacation Club members will be able to purchase discounted tickets for select dates.
The announcement of the popular event’s return came during Disney’s Halfway to Halloween celebration, which has included specialty treats at the parks as well as other Halloween-themed reveals.