We're over halfway to Spooky Season, know what that means? Disney World Orlando's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is right around the corner, and this year is slated for some seriously eerie-sistible tricks and treats.
In a post shared by the Official Disney Parks Blog, the park announces the return of their spellbinding spooky celebration. Kicking off on August 11 and stretching through the beginning of November, the parks will transform into a Halloween Haven at night. The limited-capacity event will start at 7 pm, giving visitors a chance to enjoy shorter wait times at their favorite attractions, themed-foodie spots, and more.
Making a return this year is the Ghastly Promenade featuring Disney Villains prancing down Main Street USA alongside a few new faces, Disney heroes, iconic Haunted Mansion grave diggers, and other fan-favorites. Also making a return is Jack Skellington hosting Disney's Not-So-Spooky Spectacular, a display showcasing larger-than-life projects, special effects, and lighting, paired with fireworks, music, and everyone's favorite characters.
Super-fans of the Sanderson Sisters will want to catch the Hocus Pocus Villain Spectacular, where the sisters will unite too summon their Ultimate Party Potion during their Cinderella Castle showcase.
The newly opened TRON Lightcycle will also use a virtual queue during this year's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, allowing guests to peruse the park while they wait for their turn in the grid. More details will be released by Disney Parks regarding TRON virtual queue soon.
Oh, and don't forget to don your best villain costume to hit all the trick-or-treating spots scattered throughout the park! Because who doesn't love all the M&Ms, Skittles, and Snickers they can eat, after all?
Tickets are already on sale as of May 2 to all visitors and are currently running for anywhere between $109 and $149, depending on the day you select. Those hoping to get their spook on can snag tix here.
Article by Rachael Volpe