Updated: What to Expect from 2013′s Mickey’s Halloween Party at Disneyland

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DSC00864Mickey’s Halloween Party is a special extra-ticket event held select nights at at Disneyland Park in Anaheim, California, during the Halloween season. The party includes a special fireworks show featuring a fly-by of Zero (instead of Tinker Bell), a costumed character cavalcade,  trick-or-treating, dance parties, and more.

Mickey’s Halloween Party takes place in Disneyland on select nights in the fall, typically running from late-September until Halloween. In 2013, the party dates are September 27, October 1, 4, 8, 11, 15, 18, 21, 23, 25, 28, 30, and 31.


Tickets for Mickey’s Halloween Party typically become available in July.

What time is the Party?

Officially the Party runs from 6 pm on some nights and 7 pm on others. The party runs until 11 pm or 12 am, depending on the night. Guests with valid Halloween party tickets may enter the park up to three hours prior to the event’s start time.

Will I need a special ticket to get into the Party?

Yes. Admission requires buying a separate ticket just for this event. It’s not included in any regular theme park tickets or annual passports.

How much do the Party tickets cost?

There’s a range of pricing, including discounts for buying in advance. The official Disney website lists the following prices:

Event Dates Advanced Purchase Price per Person Advanced Purchase Price for Annual Passholders Day of Event Purchase Price
Friday, September 27, 2013 — 7:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out
Tuesday, October 1, 2013 — 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. $59.00 $51.00 $67.00
Friday, October 4, 2013 — 7:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out
Tuesday, October 8, 2013 — 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out
Friday, October 11, 2013 — 7:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out
Tuesday, October 15, 2013 — 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out
Friday, October 18, 2013 — 7:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out
Monday, October 21, 2013 — 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. $59.00 $51.00 $67.00
Wednesday, October 23, 2013 — 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 a.m. $59.00 $51.00 $67.00
Friday, October 25, 2013 — 7:00 p.m. to 12:00 p.m. Sold Out Sold Out Sold Out
Monday, October 28, 2013 — 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. $59.00 $51.00 $67.00
Wednesday, October 30, 2013 — 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. $74.00 $74.00 $74.00
Thursday, October 31, 2013 — 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. $74.00 $74.00 $74.00

I don’t have a Park Hopper, can I still buy a Mickey’s Halloween Party ticket?

You sure can. Mickey’s Halloween Party tickets are totally separate from regular park admission media. If you have a one day, one park ticket, you’re welcome to visit DCA in the morning and then Mickey’s Halloween Party in the evening using a Party ticket. This would not count as a “Park Hop.”

I see that there’s a discount for early ticket purchase, but do I need to purchase tickets early if I’m not sure about attending the party?

Same-day tickets may be available for some parties on the day of the event, but you should absolutely buy your tickets in advance if you’d like to attend. A limited number of tickets is available for each party. The event does typically sell out on October weekends.

Entrance to the park is done through turnstiles labeled with ‘Special Event Ticket’

Depending on what time you arrive at Disneyland, some or all of the entrance turnstiles will be dedicated to Party admission. Look for the signs indicating where to go. When you enter the park with a Halloween Party ticket, a cast member will place a plastic wristband on your arm and hand you a plastic candy collection bag. Also be sure to grab a map/schedule on the way in.

I’m not going to Mickey’s Halloween Party, but I will be in Disneyland during a day when the Party is held. Will they kick me out of the park when the Party starts?

No one will forcibly remove you from the park, but beginning at around 6:00 pm or 7:00 pm (depending on when the party starts) cast members will set up moving checkpoints for wristbands. If you’re not wearing a wristband, then you’ll be directed toward the park exit. Wristband checks occur periodically at the attractions.

I’ll be visiting Disneyland in the afternoon and also attending Mickey’s Halloween Party. Do I have to leave the park at some point?

No. Beginning in late afternoon, several stations will be set up inside the park to distribute wristbands to Party guests who are already inside. Stop by one of the stations; they’ll scan your ticket, give you a wristband, and you can be back to the fun in no time.

It’s a Halloween Party – does that mean costumes?

Costumes are NOT required to attend the Party, but many guests do add to the fun by getting dressed up. There are a few restrictions on costumes (more on that in a sec), but there is no requirement that costumes be Disney-related. Many guests choose to give a nod to Disney in their dress-up (Mouseketeers and pirates are popular choices), but you’ll also see plenty of non-Disney superheros on hand.

Costumes range from just a Halloween-themed tee or pirate eye patch to full on Haunted Mansion ghosts. The choice is really up to you. Personally, I love seeing other guests dressed creatively.

What types of costume restrictions are there?

The goal for costumes is being fun and creative, not frightening. You’ll be asked to change or leave if your costume is too scary or grotesque.

The official language on the tickets states:

Halloween costumes should NOT:

  • Obstruct the guest’s view or interfere with their ability to board/unload from attractions and/or the the Disneyland Resort transportation system (including monorails, parking lot trams, and buses).
  • Drag on the ground.
  • Contain sharp or pointed objects or material that may accidentally strike another guest.
  • Be offensive to other guests.
  • Contain any weapons which resemble or could easily be mistaken for an actual weapon.

Additionally, the main Disneyland website contains the following language about general costuming issues:

Attire that is not appropriate for the theme parks (and which may result in refusal of admittance) includes but is not limited to:

  • Masks (unless you are dressing up for a particular event).
  • Clothing with objectionable material, including obscene language or graphics.
  • Excessively torn clothing.
  • Clothing which, by nature, exposes excessive portions of the skin that may be viewed as inappropriate for a family environment.
  • Objectionable tattoos.
  • “Guests who dress like Disney Characters may not pose for pictures or sign autographs.

Any other costume tips?

Autumn temperatures at Disneyland are still quite warm. Particularly for the earlier parties, you might encounter temperatures well into the 80s. This is not the time for fuzzy bear suits or full body armor. Think more along the lines of hula skirts and baseball jerseys for maximum comfort.

The Disney powers-that-be like to restrict adult costumes to the Party itself. If you’re coming directly from your hotel to the Party, then you’re fine wearing your costume on a bus or monorail. If you’re coming from elsewhere, then your best bet is to change into costume once you’re at Disneyland. If you don’t want to carry your street clothes around, Mickey’s Halloween Party is a great time to invest in a locker rental.

What is the crowd situation like during the party?

When I attended the party last year, I was surprised at how busy the party was. I’ve personally found the lines for the rides to be quite short during the Party; however other aspects of the event can feel quite intense crowd-wise. Think of party nights as a regular busy day at the park, or a 6 or 7 on the crowd calendar. I found it impossible to do everything. With so many meet and greets, candy stations, fireworks, and the cavalcade, I did not ride any attractions when I attended the Party. There just wasn’t enough time.

Now that you’ve got the business out of the way, can you tell me what there is to do at the Party?

On to the fun stuff! The Halloween Party has several components:

  • Rides
  • Trick or treating
  • Halloween-themed character cavalcade
  • Halloween-themed fireworks
  • Character dance parties
  • Special character meet and greet opportunities
  • Villains meet and greet
  • Haunted Mansion Holiday
  • Space Mountain Ghost Galaxy

Are all the rides open during the Party?

Well, not every last one, but most of the rides are fully operational during the Party. In 2012, the following rides were not available to Party guests: Tarzan’s Tree House, Casey Junior, Storybook Land Canal Boats, and Innoventions. Plus all of Mickey’s Toontown is closed during the Halloween party.

Should I go on rides during the Party?

This depends on your priorities. The ride wait times during the Party are usually minimal. If your main goal for the Party is to get some quality Indiana Jones Adventure time in, then by all means ride on. Disneyland does offer two special Halloween attractions (Space Mountain Ghost Galaxy and Haunted Mansion Holiday), but these are NOT exclusive to Mickey’s Halloween Party, and they can attract hefty wait times.

What’s the Trick or Treating like?

Every guest of the Party, children and adults, will be given a trick or treat bag upon entering the park. You’re also welcome to bring your own bag if that’s more your speed. There will be eight treat stations scattered throughout the park. These are noted on the Mickey’s Halloween Party map and can be found in the park by looking for the special large Halloween-themed “lamp posts.”

As you walk through the park, stop by the treat stations, and cast members will add candy to your bag. There are dozens of types of candy available, including everything from off-brand candy corn to name brand mini candy bars. Typically guests report receiving an even mix of sugar-based (Dots, US Smarties, lollipops, Twizzlers, etc.) and chocolate-based (mini Hershey bars, M&Ms, Tootsie Rolls, etc.) candy. Many of the stations will have an alternative treat, such as boxed raisins, to give to guests with food allergies. Be sure to ask the cast members at the trick or treat stations if you have alternative treat needs.

There is no limit to the candy collection. You’re welcome to hit the treat lines as often as you wish. If you’ve got a candy-mad child in your group, this may be his idea of heaven. Here are some things to think about before you invest too much of your time on candy collection:

  • If you’re trying to maintain healthfulness, do you really want to come home with pounds of candy?
  • If simply having candy is your goal, it’s more cost effective to go to the supermarket and just buy the kinds you like.
  • What’s the opportunity cost of spending time trick or treating? Will you miss out on other party activities?
  • Do you come from a culture that does not trick or treat? If so, the novelty of this experience may outweigh other considerations.
  • Anecdotal evidence suggests that the candy distribution cast members become more generous as the evening wears on. You may get a bigger haul if you visit the lines later in the Party.

Other than candy, what are my food options during the Party?

There are no table service restaurants seating guests once the Party starts. However, if you’re seated at a table service before the start of the Party, you’ll be allowed to finish your meal at a normal pace. You won’t be rushed out.

There are a number of counter service venues open during the Party. In recent years these have included: The Plaza Inn, Jolly Holiday Bakery, Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlor, Refreshment Corner, Royal Street Veranda, Bengal Barbecue, The Golden Horseshoe, Stage Door Cafe, and Tomorrowland Terrace. These spots give you a range of options from sweets to salads. Check out the restaurant menus for specifics.

It seems silly to me to use a substantial percentage of your valuable Party time for a full meal. To take best advantage of the Halloween offerings, consume your sit-down protein before the party starts. A 5:30 p.m. dinner at Carnation Cafe or Cafe Orleans is a great way to fortify yourself for the long night ahead.

Tell me about the parade.

Mickey’s Costume Party Cavalcade starts near “it’s a small world” at 8:30 and 10:30 p.m. As with all parades, depending on where you’re situated on the parade route, it could take 15 minutes or more for the parade to pass your location. The exact parade route is noted on the Mickey’s Halloween Party park map.

DSC00964Crowds will begin lining up along the route about 30 minutes before the start of the parade. Keep in mind that Disney doesn’t call this a parade: it is a “cavalcade.” What’s the difference? This is not a full blown parade: it features only three floats, and most of the characters walk the parade route.

A special “Halloween Screams” fireworks show is run at 9:30 pm. The show lasts about 12 minutes. Good vantage points can be had anywhere along Main Street, but the best is in the hub. You’ll want to get as close as possible to Sleeping Beauty Castle to see Jack Skellington’s ghost dog reindeer, Zero, fly by on the zip line Tinker Bell uses during the usual fireworks.

The actual fireworks in the sky are fairly standard for Disney, but the music and narration take on a decidedly spooky tone. The show is hosted by Jack Skellington and Oogie Boogie from The Nightmare Before Christmas. There is audio from the Haunted Mansion attraction (Grim Grinning Ghosts). The castle itself is primarily bathed in blues and greens. If you like fireworks, by all means have at it. If you have a child who is fearful of loud noise or creepy tones, then hop on a ride during the fireworks and skip this part. Personally, I think this is one of the best fireworks shows Disney has ever produced; it is not to be missed. Seeing Zero fly around the castle is amazing.

What is a “dance party”?

This year there is one dance party located in Tomorrowland Terrace.

During the dance parties, DJs spin dance tunes and characters are available to boogie with guests. If you’re not shy, it’s possible to get in some time dancing with the characters. Beware that the volume can be quite intense and keep an eye on the kiddos. It’s confusing with lots of mood lighting and other guests trying to get time to boogie.

Can I meet characters during the party?

Absolutely! Not only can you meet characters, but many of them will be wearing Halloween costumes themselves. The 2013 Mickey’s Halloween Party character greetings include:

    • Friends from Aladdin – Aladdin’s Oasis
    • Jack & Sally – French Market
    • Winnie the Pooh & Friends – Critter Country
    • Disney Pirate Pals (Captain Jack Sparrow, Peter Pan, Captain Hook, and Mr. Smee) – Pirate Wharf (Frontierland Dock)
    • Mickey and Minnie – Big Thunder Rance
    • Donald, Goofy, and Pluto – Piratepalooza (Rancho Del Zocalo), Frontierland
    • Disney Villains (Malificent, Evil Queen, Hades, Lady Tremain, Wicked Step Sisters, Dr. Facilier, Jafar, Queen of Hearts, and Cruella de Vil) – Town Square, Main Street USA
    • Disney Princesses – Fantasy Faire
    • Disney Fairies – Pixie Hollow
    • Phineas & Ferb – Innoventions
    • Toy Story Pals – Big Thunder Rance
    • Merida – Near It’s a Small World
    • Star Wars Storm Troopers – Near Little Green Men Store Command, Tomorrowland

The lines for the character greetings, particularly Jack and Sally, can become very long, very fast. Even at the start of the Party, you may face wait times of an hour or more. If character photo opportunities are important to you, but sure to factor wait times into your planning.

What’s new this year?

A new dance party replaces “Club Buzz” in Tomorrowland. Disney’s official website describes it as:

“Monsters U Dance Party at Tomorrowland Terrace featuring Mike & Sulley in a spirited Monster Scare-Off.”

The performance times for Monsters U Dance Party are 7:45, 8:45, 9:45, and 10:45 PM:

Also new this year is a “Pre-Party in Mickey’s Toontown that runs 6 PM to 8 PM.

What is the Pre-Party?

The Pre-Party is held inside Mickey’s Toontown. At 5 PM the entire land is closed off and cleared out of regular park guests. During the Pre-Party, guests have access to Roger Rabbit Car Toon Spin and Gadget’s Go Coaster. There are also character meet and greets and two candy trails. The characters available include: Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy, Chip, Dale, Clarabelle, and Roger Rabbit. At 8 PM the Pre-Party ends and Mickey’s Toon Town closes for the rest of the night.

How might weather impact the Halloween party?

Tickets are non-refundable and the Party goes on rain or shine, even if there’s lots and lots and lots of rain. Some of the Party activities may be postponed, curtailed, or cancelled, but the Party itself will continue. But let’s be honest: it never rains in Southern California.

Is there any special Party merchandise?

Of course there is. Disney will sell Halloween-themed merchandise throughout the parks and hotels from late August until early November. There will also be some items sold exclusively at the Parties. Typically this will include several styles of tee shirts, trading pins, and a Vinylmation. Since the exclusive merchandise only appears during the Party, you can usually find it at or near the registers where the cast members can most easily keep control of it. Try the Emporium for best selection.

How do I know what’s right for me?

The first step is deciding what your priorities are. Are you there to meet characters? Do you want to focus on the unique entertainment? Is collecting a year’s worth of candy your main objective? Do you want ride time with low lines? Each of these scenarios needs a different touring strategy. Once you have have your priorities set, it’s easy to choose a plan.

What tips do you have if meeting characters is my main goal?

Almost every single Halloween party character is available during regular park hours, including the “fab five” in their special Halloween costumes. If meeting characters is your main goal you might want to hunt them down before the party officially starts. Remember, Disney will allow you to enter the party up to three hours prior to the start of the event.If you do want meet characters before the party starts, the main draw will be Jack & Sally and the Disney Villains. During the day, Jack & Sally can be found near the left side of the Haunted Mansion Holiday entrance. The Disney Villains can be found in Big Thunder Ranch.

 Photo © Disney
Photo © Disney

Is Mickey’s Halloween Party worth it?

Personally, I strongly dislike extra ticket events. I think they are a waste of money and exist only as cash grab on behalf of Disney. Almost everything offered for the Halloween Party is also part of a regular park admission, minus the fireworks, character cavalcade, dance parties, and candy. Is this worth almost $70 to you? To maximize the return on your dollar, think about:

  • Being present for the entire event. Think of it this way: if you pay $69 for your ticket and you stay for a full five hours, you’re spending $13.80 per hour for your entertainment. If you only stay for three hours, then you’re spending $23 per hour for your entertainment.
  • You’ll have the most “Halloweenish” experience if you focus on events/activities that are unique to the Party. Big Thunder Mountain is the same Big Thunder Mountain with or without a Mickey’s Halloween Party ticket. The Halloween Screams fireworks can only be seen at the Party.
  • The lines for the trick or treating are rarely long, particularly later in the evening. Try working in your candy collection when you see a short line on the way to another activity.
  • While some guests will line up for the fireworks 45 minutes or more before start time, to me this is a waste of quality touring time. (And time is money.) Unless you absolutely must be right up front, you can arrive for the parade just a few minutes in advance.
  • Multitask when possible. If you’ve got to wait around for a parade to start, use this time for your food consumption.

More information, including ticket options, can be found on the official Disneyland website.


Disneyland Halloween Party 2013 Map
Party map showing candy trails and live entertainment. Click to enlarge.

Pictures from the 2013 Mickey’s Halloween Party

Even the hub gets a Halloween treatment with character pumpkins and seasonal flowers.
Yours truly with the legendary Roger Rabbit. It’s been over a decade since he has appeared at a meet and greet in Disneyland.
Mike and Sulley lead the Monsters U dance party
Even it’s a small world gets in on the spooky decorations
Piratepalooza is home to a candy trail as well as photo opportunities with Goofy, Donald, and Pluto.
All of the characters in Piratepalooza are in their pirate gear
Halloween Screams Fireworks Spectacular is the highlight of the entire event.
One of the few floats in Mickey’s Costume Cavalcade.
Even the princesses have to walk (Er, dance. Um? Dance/walk) in the parade.
Seeing bears dance in tutus never gets old.
One of them gave me “the point.”
The final float of Mickey’s Costume Cavalcade contains the fab five characters.
Donald in a Stormtrooper disguise. This also never gets old.
One of my favorite live entertainment offerings from the party, the Cadaver Dans! They are the Dapper Dans dressed like ghosts. They sing halloween-related songs as they float along the Rivers of America.
Speaking of Rivers of America, the entire river is covered in an eerie layer of fog.
Main Street USA is covered in spooky lighting during the party.
Some lighting effects are synced up with the music. Such as these heffalumps and woozles.
A hidden gem of the party: Near the end of the night all of the villains walk out to the train station and say “Get out, go home, this is our kingdom now and we are going to party all night!”
They literally point to the door as they tell you to leave.
Cast members hand out trick or treat bags as soon as you enter the park.
These cast members are stationed throughout the park checking guests wristbands. Anyone without a wristband is asked to leave.
The Pre-Party in Mickey’s Toontown.

Pictures from 2012’s Mickey’s Halloween Party (that are still applicable to this year):


These Mickey pumpkin lamps are found throughout the park.


Jack Skellington and Sally have a special themed backdrop during Mickey’s Halloween Party.


One of the most amazing features of the Halloween Screams fireworks is Zero. He flies around the castle using the same wire used for Tinker Bell during the park’s regular fireworks. IMG_8543

A scene from Halloween Screams.

So happy haunters, are you planning to attend Mickey’s Halloween Party this year? What are you looking forward to most? What do you usually skip during the party? What are your touring strategies? Let us know in the comments below.

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Guy Selga Jr.

Disneyland writer for TouringPlans.com and co-author of the Unofficial Guide to Disneyland. Also a Disneyland local and appreciator of Disney theme park history. Twitter and Instagram: @guyselga

39 thoughts on “Updated: What to Expect from 2013′s Mickey’s Halloween Party at Disneyland

  • September 19, 2013 at 3:30 pm

    I just checked the Disneyland costume guidelines and can’t find that rule about adults not dressing up as Disney characters on it. In fact it specifically says “Guests who dress like Disney Characters may not pose for pictures or sign autographs.” So it seems like you can dress up as a Disney character as long as you don’t impersonate the official characters. What do you think? I don’t want to spend time on a costume they won’t let me wear in the park! But I do want to dress up as Flotsam and Jetsam with my twin sister. 🙂

    • September 19, 2013 at 3:55 pm

      You are right! Looks like Disney updated their costume guidelines since I created this post last month. Thank you for the heads up! From what I’ve heard from people who have worn Disney-related costumes to the Halloween parties in the past is that people will try and stop you for pictures no matter what. Security will step in and ask you to stop if it becomes a distraction.

    • September 19, 2013 at 3:55 pm

      And by the way that is a fantastic costume idea!

      • September 19, 2013 at 4:04 pm

        Thanks! 🙂 I hope we will be able to find Ursula at the Disney Villains meet and greet.

        Thanks for posting this blog–this is our first time doing the Halloween party, and most of the blogs about it seem to be based off the Magic Kingdom party. So it is nice to get some info about the CA festivities!

  • September 19, 2013 at 6:43 pm

    “If you’re coming directly from your resort to the Party, then you’re fine wearing your costume on the bus or monorail.”

    This sounds like WDW language. There are no “resorts” at DLR and there aren’t any buses from the hotels to the parks, either.

    • September 19, 2013 at 8:18 pm

      Ah you are right, it should have been “hotels” instead of “resorts.” Some hotels in the area offer buses to the Disneyland transportation plaza off of Harbor blvd.

  • September 21, 2013 at 4:38 pm

    Great post! Lots of info for Mickey’s Halloween Party. Thank you for keeping us updated. Great job!

    • September 22, 2013 at 1:22 am

      Thank you! I’m glad we could help!

  • September 22, 2013 at 11:23 pm

    Thank You – lots of great info that I have been searching for! We are attending on Oct. 1 and I would like to get as much 2013 info as I can before the party so I will be watching for an update!

  • September 22, 2013 at 11:38 pm

    Regarding the comments on characters, I was in Disneyland last year at Halloween time. While many characters at the party were also available during non-party times, many were not. While Mickey and Minnie are in costume all day long at Big Thunder Ranch, they appear in other costumes during the party. While Pooh and friends appear all day at Pooh’s Thotful spot, they are only in costume for the party. Villains appear outside of party times at Villain tent, but the ONE villain each time is random, and a less rare villain, always Evil Queen, Hook, Jafar, or Cruella. Last year only at the party were Lady Tremaine and the stepsisters, Frollo, and Maleficent, all of whom never appeared in Villains Tent, although I may have missed some if they switched off. Also by Columbia, Hook, Peter Pan and Wendy trade off with Jack Sparrow only during the parties. The Storm Troopers only pose for photos during the party.

  • September 24, 2013 at 12:24 am

    I have an extra ticket for purchase, 11/4 Mickey’s Hallowean Party, who needs one?

  • September 24, 2013 at 12:29 am

    I could use it Craig. 🙂

  • September 26, 2013 at 2:27 am

    I will be attending on October 1st and I am super excited. I will be getting there at 3 to enjoy my extra park hours. I had a question though, the Halloween Party ticket allows for free parking. Can I park earlier than 3pm? I was maybe going to enjoy the parks with my hopper pass but trying to avoid paying parking for 7 hours then getting free parking at 3:00. Any input? Thanks!

  • September 27, 2013 at 2:50 pm

    Hi there. This will be my fist Halloween party at Disneyland. We bought tickets for Halloween day. Do you know if in the past it is particularly busier on Halloween day? Any advantages or disadvantages of going this day? Any advice? Thanks 🙂

    • September 29, 2013 at 3:29 pm

      I haven’t personally been on Halloween Day, but some friends of ours went on Halloween two years ago. They told us that the lines for rides are longer than other days, but still substantially less that a regular park day. However, trick or treat lines and meet-and-greets will definitely be longer, since it is actually Halloween. But still a fun experience. Hope you enjoy! 🙂

    • October 1, 2013 at 12:19 pm

      From what I’ve heard Disney sells a certain number of tickets for each night. I’ve been on “sold out” nights for two years in a row now and it feels like a busy summer day. The fact that Halloween night tickets are $74 may keep crowds away but I’m guessing it will sell out.

  • September 30, 2013 at 6:16 pm

    Looking for (2) tickets for 10/18/13. Will pay full face value if you know of anyone who has them. Please email me at yourmuney27@hotmail.com Thank you!!

  • October 1, 2013 at 12:21 pm

    We attended on Friday, 9/27/13. Regarding the Pre-Party in ToonTown. It was a great way to start the evening. The Go Coaster was not running. There were 4 Candy Trails available, Minnies House (continues in Mickeys House), the Post Office/Dog Pound (short), Goofy’s House (continues in Donald’s boat), and on the right in front of Roger Rabbit.
    We had a great time. The Cadaver Dans were good. Ride lines were short, especially later in the evening.

    • October 1, 2013 at 12:28 pm

      Yeah the Pre-Party was a nice touch, and I thought it actually added to the value of the entire event. That’s strange that Go Coaster was not running, Disney said it would be. I LOVED the Cadaver Dans.

  • October 1, 2013 at 1:35 pm

    I’m an annual passholder; if I enter the park before 6pm can I stay in the park and go on rides while the Halloween party is going on? Not really interested in the Halloween party events, I just wanted to go to the park like a normal evening.

    Any info you have would be great. Thanks

    • October 1, 2013 at 3:56 pm

      Without the party ticket thing on your wrist they won’t let you on rides. I think they are even checking at the train and turning people away if you haven’t purchased the party ticket.

    • October 1, 2013 at 4:24 pm

      Sorry, they won’t let you stay past the party start time. They have CMs everywhere checking for wristbands and if you don’t have one they will ask you to leave the park.

      • October 1, 2013 at 4:30 pm

        Alright, thanks for the help, I’ll just go tomorrow instead.

  • October 2, 2013 at 2:43 pm

    Question, I was able to find tickets to the Oct 18 party on CL, but before I pick them up I was wondering if there’s any way to authenticate them as I’m naturally skeptical since these are tickets printed from your computer?

    • October 2, 2013 at 2:56 pm

      The only way to see if they are real tickets is at a Disneyland ticket booth or entrance so buying them from a third party is still pretty risky.

  • October 2, 2013 at 5:28 pm

    What time does the Toontown Pre party start? Is it before the party starts or is it right when it starts? Going on Halloween! Don’t want to miss out!

  • October 4, 2013 at 11:37 am

    Looking for 3 Tickets for Oct 15/2013, Will pay face value. Great Info On here, looks like fun.

  • October 6, 2013 at 12:08 pm

    I am going to MNSSHP for first time and read where the Space Mountain candy trail starts at Space Mountain. Can you enter it from the other end and exit at Space Mountain? If not then I will need to redo my touring plan.

    • October 6, 2013 at 12:24 pm

      There is no candy trail at Space Mountain. The only candy trail in Tomorrowland is at Innoventions. The Innoventions candy trail takes you through the outer ring and then inside where you can meet Phineas and Ferb.

      • October 7, 2013 at 12:26 pm

        For the candy trail that starts at Storybook Circus and ends up at Tomorrowland (near Space Mountain) can it be entered at Storybrook Circus and exited in Tomorrowland or must you enter it in Tomorrowland? Thanks for your help!

  • October 13, 2013 at 12:20 pm

    I will be at Disneyland on the 28th – 31st. Wanted to know if anyone has 2 tickets for sale the event on the 28th. Please email me at rsdesigns09@gmail.com. Thanks-

  • October 14, 2013 at 9:57 am

    Just attended the event on 10/8. Got in early, (waited at lines on FAR right side, 1/2 as long) 3PM and headed to the Pirate League for our two daughters 10 (it was her birthday too) & 12 to get made up 3:30 apt. time. We went as a ban a pirates. It was REALLY busy until about 8:30 but we stuck to our personalized touring plan and it worked out great! After we got done with our plan we went back on the the rides we wanted to ride again. We got to ride splash Mtn. without having to get off the ride 4 times And the Indiana Jones twice in a row!!! For the last hour, we hit a few of the candy stops, no lines, and walked on the rides with no wait. It is a GREAT way to get on the rides and not have to wait. I would do it again in a heartbeat, well worth the money.

    • October 14, 2013 at 10:23 pm

      Thanks for sharing your experience. It sounds like you had better luck than I did with crowds.

  • October 14, 2013 at 3:27 pm

    Does anyone have one ticket for October 21st. I needed 3 but was only able to get 2 before they sold out.

    Thank you.

  • October 14, 2013 at 7:29 pm

    So since I haven’t been able to find anyone to sell me tickets before the party on the 18th, are there usually people out front trying to unload theirs (scalpers I guess)??

    • October 14, 2013 at 10:24 pm

      I’ve never seen people out front trying to scalp. I imagine Disney would escort those people out quickly.

  • October 16, 2013 at 2:59 am

    Hi’ya. Love all the information, I love to plan in advance and all the character locations will help alot. Quick questions though. I plan on attending around 4pm, should I wait to put my costume on at 7 when the party starts? And do kids also get the wristbands if they’re under 3?


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