Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party May Be Back On


I am hearing that as of yesterday Disney was moving ahead with plans to bring back Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party too.

Then today the Disney Parks Blog seems to have confirmed at least part of it with a Halfway to Halloween announcement indicating something was coming.

Going by their post, I think an official announcement is coming tomorrow.

The #HalfwaytoHalloween fun begins tomorrow morning, May 7! Throughout the day, we’ll be sharing nothing but treats including a special announcement as well as a few “shriek peeks” and some dreadfully delicious dishes.  Also, we’re digging up a “mummy approved” Disney+ playlist, not-so-spooky planDisney tips, frightfully favorite Halloween wallpapers and much more.

As for how modified it will be I can’t say. I’m hoping that since these events are later in the year, we will see very little, if any modifications.

Hearing that parades and fireworks could be back. Not sure yet.

I won’t be surprised if you get less for a higher price tag. That seems to be the trend because they know people will pay it as they lost last year’s event.

Personally, I would just like to have the Boo To You Parade back and maybe some modified trick-or-treating, but I can see them really cutting the latter out due to social distancing.  I guess it comes down to what they think they will allowed to do then.

Tune in tomorrow, I have a feeling we are going to get some big announcements.  I’m hoping Disneyland gets some of their Halloween events back as well.

What do you think? Comment and let us know!

Source: Disney Parks Blog

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