Disneyland Has Reveals Plans For The Oogie Boogie Bash, Halloween, And Dia De Los Muertos
Disneyland has reveals plans for the Oogie Boogie Bash, Halloween, and Dia de los Muertos. This fall, Disneyland will host the Oogie Boogie Bash for an increased number of nights compared to previous years.
At Disneyland Resort, guests do not need to purchase a separate admission ticket in order to get into the Halloween mood; however, the popular after-hours Halloween event at Disney California Adventure will only be held on 25 of the park's scheduled evenings.
Both Disneyland and Disney California Adventure go all out for Halloween Time, and guests who visit the parks during the months of September and October will have access to a variety of fan-favorite seasonal activities at no additional cost as part of their regular park entry.
Both Disney California Adventure and Disney's Hollywood Studios pay tribute to the Day of the Dead, popularly known as Dia de los Muertos. The following is information that anybody planning a trip to Disneyland during the fall season should be aware of.
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The price of the tickets ranges from $134 to $189 depending on the day, and they include with unlimited digital downloads through Disney PhotoPass. On June 29, tickets for the Oogie Boogie Bash will be made available to the general public.
Beginning on June 27th, Magic Key owners will have access to a certain number of presale tickets before they go on sale to the general public. On neither day do sales start before nine in the morning Pacific Time (PT).
The event, which has a limited capacity and is not included with ordinary entry, takes place from 6 p.m. through 11 p.m., but guests can enter Disney California Adventure as early as 3 p.m.
The guests are encouraged to come in costume and participate in trick-or-treating around the park, in addition to enjoying event-specific activities like as the "Frightfully Fun Parade," "Mickey's Trick and Treat" entertainment, and the makeover of the Redwood Creek Challenge Trail into Villains Grove.
There are also much reduced wait times than normal at a number of the attractions during the event.
The beginning of September through the end of October is when the Disneyland Resort celebrates Halloween Time.
The Main Street Pumpkin Festival, the "Nightmare Before Christmas"-themed Haunted Mansion Holiday, and the weekly Halloween Screams evening spectacular are all part of the celebrations that take place at Disneyland Park.
At Disney California Adventure, Buena Vista Street is decked up, Cars Land becomes Radiator Screams, and Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission BREAKOUT! morphs into Guardians of the Galaxy – Monsters After Dark as the day turns into night.
Guests at both parks may meet Disney characters dressed in Halloween costumes and sample seasonal snacks and beverages. throughout addition, seasonal refreshments, entertainment, and decorations will be offered throughout the Downtown Disney District.
Plaza de la Familia is Disneyland's monument to Dia de los Muertos and the "everlasting bonds of family." It runs from September 1 through November 2.
On November 1 and 2, Mexico celebrates Dia de los Muertos. A Musical Celebration of Coco, involving live mariachi music and traditional dancing, may be seen at the park's Paradise Gardens section. They may also take photographs with "Coco's" Miguel, do crafts, and eat Mexican food.
Dia de los Muertos will also be celebrated in Disneyland Park, with bright decorations and gigantic skeleton statues in Frontierland.
Disneyland continues to be a beloved destination for people of all ages, offering a magical and immersive experience that brings Disney stories and characters to life in a way that only Disney can.