Rumor: Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party Will Return on August 13, 2020


Wow, here is is January 12th and we might already know that the Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party will return 7 months from tomorrow!

It just keeps getting earlier and earlier and this year it’s three days earlier on August 13th.

This is one of my all time favorite Events at Walt Disney World.

Rumored August Dates:

We don’t yet know the dates, or if the prices will increase, or if they will add more attractions like the special overlays, or if they will do that awesome Party Pass again, but thanks to WDWNT we do have the rumored dates for August!

The party dates for August are as follows:

August 13, 15, 18, 21, 25, 28

These are the dates listed in August, that show the park closing at 6 PM. The park always closes early for the party. August 13th is also the date that the Festival of Fantasy Parade moves from 3PM to 2PM, which happens at the beginning of the special event party season.

Most likely the tickets and official date list will go live in the near future. Get ready to grab your tickets if you were planning on attending this year!

You can buy them via Disney or your preferred travel partner as soon as they are live.

If you haven’t been you really should check it out. But know that between the Boo To You Parade (one of my all time favorites) the Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular, the fireworks, the special character meet and greets, the rides, and the trick-or-treating, you will need to pick and choose what you do. Or go more than one night, but that gets a lot more expensive for most people.

For now it’s all still a rumor till Disney confirms, but I’m going to say it’s more than likely.

We will keep you updated on the information as it becomes available!

What do you think? Comment and let us know!

Source: WDWNT, Disney,



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