Disney Halloween Event Moments From Selling Out

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Main Street U.S.A for Boo Bash

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It may only be August, but the Halloween season is in full swing at Disney World, and if you do not act fast, you may miss out!

Main Street U.S.A for Boo Bash
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At Disney World this year, Guests may not be able to join in the festivities of Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party; however, Disney After Hours Boo Bash has come in as the replacement for a Magic Kingdom Halloween celebration. The After Hours event has already begun on select nights at Magic Kingdom and will continue to run until the end of October.

Related: BOO BASH vs. Not-So-Scary: Everything You Need to Know

Guests looking to attend the After Hours event and celebrate the spooky season alongside Mickey Mouse have purchased a separate entry ticket. A normal day ticket does not grant entrance into Boo Bash. Tickets have been selling out quite quickly, and now, there is only one night left with availability before the entire event, which has a limited capacity, is sold out completely.

donald and goofy boo bash
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Related: Boo Bash Attendees Speak Out on If Disney After Hours Event Is Worth It

At the time of this article’s publishing, if we go to purchase tickets for the event, the only date left available is September 12 for $129.00 per ticket. It seems that even though Boo Bash will only have cavalcade available, and not the classic Boo to You parade, as well as no fireworks, Guests have still found the event to be worth their money as it has quickly been selling out.

Boo Bash Maleficent Dragon
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A few days ago, we reported that there were two days available for Boo Bash, but now that number has already reduced to one. It seems that if things continue to sell as they have been, the entire event will likely be sold out in the next couple of days. As we have noted, Boo Bash is a three-hour event that begins when Magic Kingdom closes. Guests will experience special Halloween party music, boo-tiful decorations, and character cavalcades to celebrate the spooky season. Guests attending can also dress up in their favorite Halloween costumes, go trick or treating around the Park, and take home all of the delicious candy as a souvenir.

If you want to purchase tickets, visit Walt Disney World’s official website here.

Are you planning on attending Boo Bash this year? Did you purchase your ticket?

 

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