Many, many changes are occurring right now with the Walt Disney World Resort. From the cancellation of Disney Dining Plans, Advance Dining Reservations, and FastPass+ to the news that there will, in fact be a reservation system in place for entering the park, to the news that currently you cannot purchase tickets to enter the parks, things have been coming in fast and furious. And with that, I have another piece of news, but this time, it’s a little more positive.
According to theme park reporter extraordinaire, Carlye Wisel, Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party will be a go this year. Tickets that have already been purchased will remain valid and will not be cancelled.
CONFIRMED: Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party tickets will *remain valid* and not be canceled.
Other bookable in-park experiences are subject to cancellation. pic.twitter.com/rRfIiRtyBD
— carlye wisel (@carlyewisel) May 29, 2020
Now, with this news, that leaves many many other questions. We know there likely won’t be a parade, or fireworks, or a stage show, due to information put forth from Disney about normal park operations. (These things will be suspended during the regular park day.) But what will the parties entail? Unfortunately, at this point, we just don’t have an official answer. All we do know is that Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party will continue this year.
Stay tuned to the blog for more information regarding the parties and what Guests will be able to expect if they have tickets for the event.
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