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Disneyland's HalloweenTime Returns!

Posted by on Jul. 25, 2007 at 10:19 PM
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Hi Everyone!

Just got this info today!
Halloween Dreams Come True at Disneyland Resort

Following up on the success of its inaugural season last year, Disney’s HalloweenTime will return to the Disneyland® Resort this fall with a lively mix of Disney characters in seasonal costumes, whimsical décor, decked-out attractions, themed shows and tasty treats designed with the whole family in mind.

This interactive Halloween experience at the Disneyland® Park and Disney’s California Adventure® Park will begin a week earlier this year starting Friday, Sept. 21, and continuing through Wednesday, Oct. 31.

All new this year, the Sunshine Plaza in Disney’s California Adventure Park will become the site of “Candy Corn Acres,” where Mickey Mouse’s pal Goofy will set out to grow the West’s biggest and most unusual candy corn: candy corn coconuts, candy corn carrots and candy corn pumpkins, among other delicious produce offerings.

Also expanded will be Mickey’s HalloweenTreat, a separate-ticket nighttime event which gives your Clients the opportunity to dress in their Halloween costumes and trick-or-treat throughout Disney’s California Adventure Park after it has closed to day guests. Tricksters of all ages will experience more treat locations along with fun character encounters (including an all-new nightly cavalcade), interactive games, and spirited music with DJ Mickey. Older kids and parents will want to experience the heart-dropping Twilight Zone Tower of Terror® and meet the hotel’s ghostly staff members who materialize only during the Halloween season.

Additional nights have been scheduled for Mickey’s HalloweenTreat: Thursdays and Fridays beginning October 4 plus Monday-Wednesday, October 29-31. Tickets go on sale August 1.

During regular park hours at Disneyland Park and Disney’s California Adventure Park, Disney’s HalloweenTime will offer your Clients lots of not-so-scary fun including Halloween shows, meet-and-greets with Disney characters in their Halloween costumes and spooky-silly holiday themed decorations which guests begin to spot as soon as they reach the entrances to the parks.

Disney’s HalloweenTime will be presented throughout the Disneyland Resort as part of the Year of a Million Dreams celebration.

Bonnie Clark
Disney Travel Agent

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