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  • Halloween Screams this year 🎃

    So Halloween Screams this year is open to everyone and that’s good news! The other good news is that it’ll be playing on what sounds like most nights during Halloween Time, with select nights having fireworks (I’m guessing weekends & probably on Halloween? That’s my personal speculation though.)

    Lately, a lot of posts having been pointing out a lot of criticism toward the resort and company and that’s fine. However, I’d like to appreciate the fact that they are bringing this show to ALL guests this year and instead of just doing the full show with fireworks on weekends and nothing during the week, it can now be enjoyed during the week as a “lite” version, sans the fireworks.

    That’s brings me to what I’ve been wondering though. What do you think this lite version will be like? According to Disneyland’s site, it will still include Jack, Zero and from what it sounds like, the flame throwers. I’m just curious and excited to see how it holds up without the fireworks. Once again, no complaints, I’m glad they are having it as an option for all this year.

  • #2
    Sorry but there is not enough to make it worth watching if there are not fireworks. I agree it's a good move to show the Halloween screams fireworks for all guests since the Halloween party has been moved to DCA
    BGood! It's not just my motto its my name!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by mickdaddy View Post
      Sorry but there is not enough to make it worth watching if there are not fireworks. I agree it's a good move to show the Halloween screams fireworks for all guests since the Halloween party has been moved to DCA
      I’m willing to give it a chance before deciding that. Actually, it’s my only option this year as I’ll be visiting on a Monday-Wednesday.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by mickdaddy View Post
        Sorry but there is not enough to make it worth watching if there are not fireworks. I agree it's a good move to show the Halloween screams fireworks for all guests since the Halloween party has been moved to DCA
        Give it a shot once it comes back this year. Watch it from rivers of america If you can....they've done some really good work on it. You'll be impressed.

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        • #5
          new to me, is this the "not so scary"? Halloween party? we had not seen it yet and heard it was going to be in CA this year?
          curious about what is is going to be like...

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          • #6
            Originally posted by GwenRowan View Post
            new to me, is this the "not so scary"? Halloween party? we had not seen it yet and heard it was going to be in CA this year?
            curious about what is is going to be like...
            TDA decided the to host the Halloween Party this year at DCA, instead of at Disneyland. While they haven't flat out said it, it was likely to handle crowds better.

            In addition the new Halloween event is not "Mickey's Not So Scary", but rather Oogie Boogie Bash.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by nickdean707 View Post

              Give it a shot once it comes back this year. Watch it from rivers of america If you can....they've done some really good work on it. You'll be impressed.
              Explain to me what you would see of the Halloween screams without fireworks from the rivers of America. I love the Halloween screams fireworks and love the projections that go with them but those only show on main street, the castle and small world. So what am I missing?
              BGood! It's not just my motto its my name!

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              • #8
                Originally posted by mickdaddy View Post

                Explain to me what you would see of the Halloween screams without fireworks from the rivers of America. I love the Halloween screams fireworks and love the projections that go with them but those only show on main street, the castle and small world. So what am I missing?
                Not anymore, the show has been programmed to run on the rivers of america daily. Including some very cool lighting effects.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by nickdean707 View Post

                  Not anymore, the show has been programmed to run on the rivers of america daily. Including some very cool lighting effects.
                  If it’s like the lighting effects they added for Disneyland Forever with the Fantasmic equipment, it’ll be pretty impressive!

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                  • #10
                    I am glad they made this show open to everyone this year. The first year it ran was 2009 I believe and it was open that year as well. A nice 10 year anniversary. Still one of the best nighttime spectaculars in the catalog!

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                    • #11
                      ANAHEIM, Calif. (July 30, 2019) – Disneyland Resort is bringing a new event to guests of all ages this Halloween season with Oogie Boogie Bash – A Disney Halloween Party, at Disney California Adventure Park. This unforgettable night of Halloween fun is packed with exclusive new entertainment, from the new “World of Color” spectacular – “Villainous!,” to an interactive “Descendants”-inspired dance party, a stage show with Mickey Mouse, and a mysterious Disney villains walk-through experience. Oogie Boogie Bash – A Disney Halloween Party will add to the fun of Halloween time, celebrated throughout the Disneyland Resort from Sept. 6 through Oct. 31.

                      At the new Oogie Boogie Bash – A Disney Halloween Party, Oogie Boogie (from “Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas”) has cast his spell and he summons the Disney villains to scare up some thrilling surprises. All of Disney California Adventure takes on Halloween flair for the party, from special music and décor to character encounters, treat trails and new live entertainment experiences.

                      Oogie Boogie Bash, which takes the place of Mickey’s Halloween Party, begins Sept. 17, for 20 select nights. The after-hours party treats guests to multiple new experiences that are fun for the entire family, including the new “World of Color” nighttime spectacular, “Villainous!,” a walk-through experience at Redwood Creek Challenge Trail called Villains Grove, immersive treat trails featuring Disney villains, the DescenDANCE interactive dance party, and more. Adults and children are encouraged to dress in costume for the party as they trick-or-treat throughout Disney California Adventure for a scary good time. Guests may check Disneyland.com/HalloweenParty for Oogie Boogie Bash costume policy guidelines prior to their arrival.

                      Tickets for the new Oogie Boogie Bash – A Disney Halloween Party* may be purchased online at Disneyland.com/HalloweenParty, as well as at the Disneyland Resort main gate and by phone at 714-781-4636.

                      Highlights of the new separate-ticket event, Oogie Boogie Bash—A Disney Halloween Party, include:
                      • The new “World of Color” show, “Villainous!,” exclusive to Oogie Boogie Bash. In this nighttime spectacular, Oogie Boogie weaves a Halloween tale about a young girl (and all-new character created by Disney animator Eric Goldberg) named Shelley Marie. In “Villainous!,” Shelley has a decision to make about her Halloween costume for this year, and finds herself wondering if she could really be as strong and unique as some of her favorite Disney characters. This twisted tale carries Shelley on an unforgettable journey, exploring the villainous side of Disney characters through fountains, lights, lasers, projections and special effects. “Villainous!” shows guests that, deep down, there’s a little villain in all of us.
                      • Redwood Creek Challenge Trail becomes Villains Grove, a wondrous and ethereal world of Disney villains unlike anything seen before. Redwood Creek will be completely transformed with lighting, projections, sounds and special effects, creating a dreamlike environment. This new experience unfolds in a series of scenes, each creating a hauntingly beautiful dream-space of color, sound, light and shadow, as stories emerge from the darkest night to create an enchanting world.
                      • New and wonderfully wicked, fully immersive treat trails throughout Disney California Adventure, where guests may enjoy trick-or-treating under the watchful eyes of iconic characters such as Mad Hatter from Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland,” or even Oogie Boogie himself. Additional treat trails will feature oversized cauldrons full of treats for all guests at Oogie Boogie Bash.
                      • The new DescenDANCE, a pulsing party in the Backlot area of Hollywood Land, inspired by the popular “Descendants” franchise from Disney Channel. Here, guests will find so many ways to be wicked. As the DescenDANCE show begins, a spell is cast, summoning the greatest dance crew from the Isle of the Lost to throw down and lead everyone in moves that are set to the biggest hit songs from the “Descendants” movies. Once the DescenDANCE crew returns to their realm, the Backlot DJ continues to spin tunes that will make any “villain kid” proud, inviting everyone to step onto the dance floor into the night.
                      • The guest-favorite “Frightfully Fun Parade,” which will come to Disney California Adventure park for the first time. The Headless Horseman of Sleepy Hollow arrives on his ghostly black steed just ahead of the parade itself, carrying his flickering jack-o-lantern. He heralds the arrival of Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse who lead the cavalcade of characters, including Jack Skellington and many mischievous Disney villains who are ready to stir up some trouble along the parade route. New this year, the ever-curious and whimsical Cheshire Cat joins the parade, mischievously smiling at all the magical mayhem.
                      • The new “Mickey’s Trick and Treat” show, perfect for young guests, at the Disney Theater in Hollywood Land. This new, interactive stage production invites guests of all ages to join Mickey Mouse and his pals as they throw a one-of-a-kind Halloween party that include dancing, not-so-frightening scary-tales, and candy.
                      • Character encounters with beloved Disney characters ­– and villains, too. Guests may be surprised at who they discover at this Halloween party, ready for photos and greetings.
                      • New Halloween magic, which appears on the façade of Carthay Circle on Buena Vista Street. Carthay Circle will be enchanted throughout the night as bats swarm, green energy pulses from within and spellbinding moments transform the iconic tower structure.
                      • Entry to Disney California Adventure Park before the party is included with an Oogie Boogie Bash ticket. The party begins at 6 p.m. PST and guests have the opportunity to play in Disney California Adventure for three hours before the party starts on Tuesday and Thursday nights (excluding Oct. 29 and Oct. 31) or four hours on Sunday nights, plus Oct. 29 and Oct. 31.

                      Tickets for the new Oogie Boogie Bash – A Disney Halloween Party* may be purchased online at Disneyland.com/HalloweenParty, as well as at the Disneyland Resort main gate and by phone at 714-781-4636. Guests may check the website for availability for the 20 nights: Tuesday, Sept. 17; Thursday, Sept. 19, Sunday, Sept. 22, Tuesday, Sept. 24; Thursday, Sept. 26; Sunday, Sept. 29, Tuesday, Oct. 1; Thursday, Oct. 3; Sunday, Oct. 6; Tuesday, Oct. 8; Thursday, Oct. 10; Sunday, Oct. 13; Tuesday, Oct. 15; Thursday, Oct. 17; Sunday, Oct. 20; Tuesday, Oct. 22; Thursday, Oct. 24; Sunday, Oct. 27; Tuesday, Oct. 29; and Thursday, Oct. 31, Halloween night. Online and mobile purchases are not available the day of the event. Parking is not included in the ticket price, and parking fees will apply.

                      For more information and tickets to Oogie Boogie Bash – A Disney Halloween Party at the Disneyland Resort, visit Disneyland.com/HalloweenParty. Entertainment and attractions are subject to change without notice. Guests may visit the site for additional details.

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                      • #12
                        Hmm, it’s not on the entertainment schedule yet 🤔🤔🤔

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                        • #13
                          what fascinated me was the Haunted Mansion anniversary party, WOW
                          saw a youtube of that event...

                          I'd pass on the Halloween to see that.. but, probably don't know the right people or have the right bank balance...

                          note to self, buy lottery ticket...

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