Grab your costume and get excited because you can almost buy your tickets to Mickey’s Halloween Party at Disneyland! Annual passholders can actually already snag their tickets as of June 5th and non-passholders can set their alarms for June 12––the date they go on sale to the public.

On select nights in September and October, families can enjoy both Disneyland and Disneyland California Adventure up to three hours before the actual Party begins (which is at 6pm) followed by five hours of Halloween-themed attractions, costumed characters and more candy than you can imagine. Tickets typically sell out fast, especially around the dates in late October.

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All guests over the age of three years old must purchase tickets, and they aren’t cheap. Prices start at $95 for passholders ($105 for the public) and can cap out at $130!

If you plan on visiting the Disneyland Resort during the months of September and October, make SURE you check the dates below to see if there is a Halloween party that day. The park will close to all non-party ticket holders at 6pm to make way for guests who have shelled out the cash to participate in the party. You won’t be able to ride any attractions, eat candy or visit with characters if you don’t have a coveted wristband for the night.

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Disneyland also has some strict guidelines when it comes to costumes for their party. Remember that there are no masks for guests 14 years and older, costumes must be family-friendly and no life-like weapon accessories. Check out the official Mickey’s Halloween Party page on the Disneyland website for all the details and to purchase your tickets.

As a reminder to all non-Californian’s, September and October are typically some of the hottest months of the year. Be sure to consider the extremely hot temperatures (often reaching into the 100’s) when planning those fun costumes!

Mickey’s Halloween Party At Disneyland Dates: Sep. 19, 21, 24, 26 and 28; Oct. 2, 5, 9, 12, 16, 19, 23, 26, 29 and 31.

––Karly Wood

All Photos Courtesy of Karly Wood.


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