A giant, smiling Mickey Mouse pumpkin in the center of Disneyland Park’s Main Street U.S.A. sits on smaller pumpkins, surrounded by yellow flowers. Black bollards connected with chains encircle the display. In the background, shops and restaurants line the street with signs reading “Gift Emporium,” “Main Street,” and “Magic.”

Festive Fun Coming to Disneyland Resort This Fall!

By Cecilia Sarantopoulos

As summer officially begins, Disneyland Resort is already casting a spell and turning its gaze toward the fall! The resort has just released exciting details about its upcoming fall celebrations—ensuring guests can look forward to a magical Halloween Time, running from August 23 through October 31, 2024. The festivities of Plaza de la Familia will extend through November 2, 2024, providing ample opportunities to revel in the autumnal enchantment.

Guests will be delighted by the return of the Haunted Mansion Holiday, which will be accessible via a virtual queue system upon its reopening. Inspired by Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas, the attraction features a Jack Skellington takeover with spirited surprises and thrilling twists.

From left to right: Donald Duck, Mickey Mouse, a cast member dressed as a scientist, Minnie Mouse, and Pluto are performing on stage during the Mickey’s Trick and Treat daytime show. Donald is wearing a hairy brown headpiece and a cropped plaid top; Mickey is wearing a tuxedo with a bat-shaped bowtie; Minnie is wearing a blue wizard hat and dress; and Pluto is dressed as a mummy. The stage is filled with neon lights and Halloween decorations, such as candy corn.

A new highlight this year is the debut of Mickey’s Trick and Treat, a daily daytime offering in Disney California Adventure Park, perfect for younger guests and families. This interactive show features Mickey Mouse and friends celebrating a not-so-scary Halloween, complete with spooky tales and the creation of a magical potion.

In an image from Halloween Time at Disneyland Resort, on the left is a tree decorated with purple Christmas lights. On the right, a castle displays Halloween-themed blue, green, and pink projections—including a skeleton and the words “Mister Oogie Boogie.” Lit signs at the bottom of the castle indicate: “All Hallows’ Eve Celebration” and “Carthay Circle Restaurant.”

Mark your calendars and prepare to visit Disneyland.com on June 25 to secure your tickets for the highly-anticipated Oogie Boogie Bash – A Disney Halloween Party. At this fun-filled event, guests are invited to wear their Halloween costumes!

A life-size statue of Miguel from Disney and Pixar’s Coco holds a white guitar adorned with blue patterns in his left hand, while extending his right hand toward the camera. He wears a red zip-up jacket with white stripes and blue jeans. Behind him, decorations feature memorabilia of items from the film, such as a photo of Miguel with his grandmother and Aztec marigolds in yellow, orange, and red.

A beloved fall tradition, Plaza de la Familia returns to celebrate Día de los Muertos with refreshed entertainment offerings, Mexican cuisine, and more—all in the spirit of Disney and Pixar’s Coco. Guests can participate in activities such as the Árbol de la Vida (Tree of Life) photo location and the memory wall, honoring the rich cultural heritage of the holiday.

To make the most of the season, guests can take advantage of the limited-time 2024 summer ticket offer, valid for visits through September 26, 2024. This offer allows visitors to enjoy not only the start of fall festivities but also the remaining summer events, including Pixar Fest (through August 4, 2024) and D32 Day at Disneyland Resort on August 8.