Jasmine TomlinsonAugust 29th

Trick or treat! Yep, it's almost that season, and what Disneyland has prepared for us is certainly a treat.

That's right, with actual alcohol on sale, immersive spooky events, and haunted parades, Disneyland are hosting their very own 'grown-ups-only' Halloween event this year.

The fancy Carthay Circle Restaurant, situated in a replica of an iconic theatre from Hollywood's golden age, is where trays of booze and food will be rushing out of. The outside of the building will be decorated head-to-toe in Maleficent's magical vines, and filled with spooky sounds and illusions this palace-like building is the best place to be this Halloween.


The whole thing is inspired by the much-loved 'The Nightmare Before Christmas', and you'll be able to boogie on down to the Oogie Boogie Bash party, follow treat trails to stash as much candy from cauldrons as possible, and enjoy crazy rides all as part of the experience.

Why not meet Oogie Boogie himself? He will be accompanied by all his fellow villainous friends dotted about the park - so watch out!

Someone else you might want to look out for is The Headless Horseman of Sleepy Hollow, who has previously lead the Frightfully Fun Parades that crowds love, gathering round for a fantastic array of colours and characters.

Need even more colour this Halloween? Disney's 'World of Colour' hydrotechnic show will be making a bright return to paint the streets and skies in rainbow waters, on top of all the haunting decorations staff will have spent hard hours propping up.


If you're a fan of the classic characters, Mickey’s Trick and Treat Show will be on offer exclusively for guests attending the Oogie Boogie Bash.

Giant forest-themed play area, Redwood Creek Challenge Trail, has also been revamped to provide you with great exercising opportunity and a chance to face your fear of heights.

The list just keeps on going, as a new Descendants inspired dance party will be rocking its way towards the park, otherwise known as the exciting 'DescenDANCE'.

Disney is loved by many, and at this point the whole population will be wanting to go, so it's important to get a head start on buying tickets due to the limited time on the event.

The parties occur from September 17th all the way to October 31st and tickets cost between $110 and $145 per person, they can be bought at Disneyland.com.

I'm sure Oogie Boogie-ing my way down there!

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