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Disney, Universal Bring Back Huge Halloween Events

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Disney, Universal Bring Back Huge Halloween Events


Are you saying it’s too early to start thinking about Halloween?

Not so with Comcast (CMCSA) – Get a Comcast Corporation Class A Report – Owns Universal Studios and Walt Disney (DIS) – Get The Walt Disney Company Report theme park.

Both companies have recently unveiled plans for the Halloween season, which may, in some cases, send shivers down your spine.

Disneyland in Florida has been early to promote its “Halloween Midway” festivities, which will introduce guests to sneaky goodies and previews of Halloween-themed merchandise as the Halloween season approaches.

Are you ready for a classic horror movie?

Possibly some of the most authentic Halloween celebrations will be “Halloween Horror Nights” by Universal Studios Orlando and Universal Studios Hollywood, whose studios and locations bring the world’s classic horror monsters to the big screen.

For the first time ever, the werewolf, Dracula and the mummy have come together in the all-new Universal Monsters: Legends Clash, where the monsters invite guests to join their epic battle, according to a Universal statement.

The three iconic monsters battle it out in a haunted house in the park, with original music provided by Gun N’ Roses guitarist Slash.

Orlando’s “Halloween Horror Night” features 10 haunted houses from September 2nd to October 31st.

The Hollywood event, featuring eight haunted houses, runs from September 8 to October 31.

Universal Orlando offers tickets and vacation packages for $73.99 a night.

Ticket sales for Universal Studios Hollywood are coming soon.

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Some events are not so scary

As part of Walt Disney World’s 50th anniversary celebration, Florida’s Magic Kingdom Park is bringing back Mickey’s less scary Halloween party.

The park will start celebrating Halloween early, as the event will take place on 37 select nights after the park’s normal operating hours (7pm-midnight) from August 12th to October 31st.

Exclusive entertainment will include a visit by the Headless Horseman, who will ride down the street on his ghostly steed as a prelude to the nightly “Mickey’s Boo Halloween Parade,” according to the Disneyland Blog.

Guests can also take a special 50th anniversary reusable trick-or-treating bag for M&M, Skittles and Snickers candy trick-or-treating at various locations in the Magic Kingdom.

Additionally, the Sanderson sisters appeared in “Cinderella Castle’s Mischievous Villains Spelltacular Stage Show” and Jack Skellington hosted “Disney’s Not-So-Spooky Spectacular.”

The park will offer an exclusive walk-in photo opportunity for the event, and guests will receive prints from the Halloween-themed 50th Anniversary Celebration.

Tickets for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party go on sale online May 18, and some hotel guests can start purchasing tickets as early as May 12.

There won’t be any discounts on ticket prices for the after-hours event, as admission ranges from $109 to $199, roughly the same as regular-hour entry to the Magic Kingdom.

However, Disney World Annual Pass holders and Disney Vacation Club members can purchase discounted tickets.

Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, Calif., also got into action.

According to the Disneyland Blog, it will bring back “Oogie Boogie Bash – Disney’s Halloween Party,” a separately ticketed, limited-capacity after-hours event at California Adventure.

Disneyland will announce details, including dates, times and prices, later this summer.

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