Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is a hard-ticket event that takes place in the Magic Kingdom select nights the end of August through the beginning of November. "Hard-ticket" is a term that means it is an event that has a limited number of tickets sold, and only those holding this special ticket may partake in the event. You do NOT need a park ticket for the party in addition to the party ticket, so if you have a 4-day ticket and you want to attend a party on your 5th day, you may, although you will only be allowed to enter Magic Kingdom starting at 4 PM. Upon entering the park after 4 PM, you will receive a special wrists band to show you "belong" there. If you are already in the park prior to 4 PM, you can get a wristband at various locations throughout the park. When the party officially begins at 7 PM, those without wristbands are no longer allowed to enter ride lines and are otherwise directed out of the park.
Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party takes place on the following dates in 2017:
Tickets have not yet gone on sale but are expected to at the beginning of May. Prices should be similar to last year's, which ranged from $72 to $105 advanced purchase price. Generally, the dates closer to Halloween are the most expensive, and it is also usually a bit more to purchase tickets day-of (assuming the party isn't sold out). AP/DVC discounts are also available, as well as military discounts for a few dates, usually in early September. Once this year's prices are released, we will update this information.
In a somewhat surprising move, Disney announced on February 9th that Wishes! Nighttime Spectacular will be replaced with a new show starting May 12th, 2017. The new show, Happily Ever After Nighttime Spectacular, will feature Disney characters' adventures in Zootopia, Brave, The Princess & The Frog, Moana, and more. It will include new fireworks technology and more use of projections similar to those used in the Once Upon A Time Castle Projection Show that can usually be seen 30 minutes before the start of the fireworks. Happily Ever After will feature original animation as well as an original score, which will have a lot to live up to.
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