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    Re: Mickey's not so scary Halloween party

    Quote Originally Posted by Hannahbell1000 View Post
    Uh oh, so that means there's definitely no entrance into Disneyland wearing your costume? Just DCA?! Dressing up in Disneyland was what I was excited about.
    That is correct.
    Year round children aged 9 and under may wear costumes in the parks. The only time persons over the age of 9 can wear costumes are at special events like Mickey's Trick-Or-Treat Party this Halloween at DCA.

    Halloween Time at the Disneyland Resort
    Note: there are Australian, Spanish language and other versions of the Disneyland and WDW sites. DLR is down on the lower left hand corner.

    Mickey's Trick-Or-Treat Party at Disney's California Adventure Park
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    All event attendees including adults may dress in their favorite Halloween costume and must follow these and other guidelines as determined solely by Disney:
    • Costumes should be child-friendly and may not be obstructive, offensive or violent.
    • Guests may wear masks. However, masks must not obstruct vision and eyes must be visible at all times.
    • Guests who dress like Disney Characters may not pose for pictures or sign autographs for other Guests.
    • Costumes should not drag on the ground.
    • Costumes should not contain sharp objects, pointed objects or materials that may accidentally strike another Guest.
    • Costumes should not contain any weapons which resemble or could easily be mistaken for an actual weapon.
    • Guests of all ages may only wear costumes to the Disneyland Resort Halloween event to which they have valid tickets. During normal Park operating hours, costumes are permitted only for Guests ages 9 and younger.

    Guests who do not adhere to these guidelines may be refused entry into the event unless his or her costume can be modified to meet the above standards.
    They would let you into Disneyland with a costume on if it did not look much like a costume such as Indy style clothes and hat. Sorry to spoil your dream of dancing down Main Street in costume. Prices for AP start at $26 per person and up to 8 tickets per AP plus free parking for one vehicle. It last four hours and ends at 10:30 or 11:30 PM.

    I am not sure what I will wear if anything but would love to go as a race car driver or the little old lady from Pasadena. A song from long ago that few will remember.

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    Re: Mickey's not so scary Halloween party

    Thanks for the info guys! I'm getting more and more excited about going.

    Oh, and Hannah at first I thought it was in Disneyland too! I thought it would be so cute to dress up as alice, and go take pictures by the teacups, and ride them and stuff like that. But then I found out it was in DCA. I still wanna go! But it would be even cooler in Disneyland.

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    Re: Mickey's not so scary Halloween party

    Will it be at DCA this year due to the construction they have planned for around then?
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    Re: Mickey's not so scary Halloween party

    Wear the blue dress and white socks with the cute Alice shoes but leave your hair normal. When you get to the tea cups there is one out in front as I remember. Whip out the pinafore and headband, get dressed and take the pictures. Worst security will do is glue your feet to the floor of the show building of Small World. If security catches you they will tell you to change or leave the park. No big problem in theory if you have a group with you.

    Note that you should not do what I just said as that would be condoning rule breaking and condoning rule breaking is frowned on at this board.

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    Re: Mickey's not so scary Halloween party

    Quote Originally Posted by Wren View Post
    Will it be at DCA this year due to the construction they have planned for around then?
    There's construction going on then? Wouldn't it be awesome if since CA adventures was under construction so they moved it over to Disneyland :P

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    Re: Mickey's not so scary Halloween party

    Quote Originally Posted by mechurchlady View Post
    Wear the blue dress and white socks with the cute Alice shoes but leave your hair normal. When you get to the tea cups there is one out in front as I remember. Whip out the pinafore and headband, get dressed and take the pictures. Worst security will do is glue your feet to the floor of the show building of Small World. If security catches you they will tell you to change or leave the park. No big problem in theory if you have a group with you.

    Note that you should not do what I just said as that would be condoning rule breaking and condoning rule breaking is frowned on at this board.
    I'm not brave enough to do that! Haha, and I don't wanna risk getting kicked from the park. I'll just have to deal with the fact it's just at DCA. it's fine though =P
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    Re: Mickey's not so scary Halloween party

    They are not moving it to Disneyland. Check out the Micechat trackers for DCA and DL. January is the worst time to come as that will be the start of the front entrance work. After September is the Paradise Pier work and the Cocina Cucaracha/whatever change to Asian food and theming.

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    Ugh, that is so unfortunate. Of course I still wanna go but I thought that the Halloween party was the only exception to the 9 and under costume rule at DLR. Lo, my dream of dancing down main street as Alice IS crushed. =P
    Ahh I could never break the rules at Disneyland. Getting in trouble by Disneyland police would be the worst crime IMAGINABLE to me =P
    But agh this is so upsetting! I was so excited Oh well. Just gives me even more reason to work there when I'm old enough. Then we can run around as all the character's we'd like on Halloween, right, Olivia?

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    Re: Mickey's not so scary Halloween party

    Quote Originally Posted by Hannahbell1000 View Post
    Ugh, that is so unfortunate. Of course I still wanna go but I thought that the Halloween party was the only exception to the 9 and under costume rule at DLR. Lo, my dream of dancing down main street as Alice IS crushed. =P
    Ahh I could never break the rules at Disneyland. Getting in trouble by Disneyland police would be the worst crime IMAGINABLE to me =P
    But agh this is so upsetting! I was so excited Oh well. Just gives me even more reason to work there when I'm old enough. Then we can run around as all the character's we'd like on Halloween, right, Olivia?
    Hahaha! Right.
    But I hope you're still going to go! Let's go on the same day.

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    Re: Mickey's not so scary Halloween party

    Quote Originally Posted by AliceinWonderland. View Post
    Hahaha! Right.
    But I hope you're still going to go! Let's go on the same day.
    Of course I'll go! Wouldn't miss it Yes, we should meet up!

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    Re: Mickey's not so scary Halloween party

    Quote Originally Posted by Hannahbell1000 View Post
    Of course I'll go! Wouldn't miss it Yes, we should meet up!
    Yes! We definitely should When do tickets go on sale?
    (P.s. check out my new trip report haha)

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    Re: Mickey's not so scary Halloween party

    Tickets went on sale like two monthes ago. My mom just bought ours for October 2nd. It's pretty fun and most everyone is in costumes. My mom always dresses up as Winnie the Pooh! Then she starts complaining about how hot it is...haha
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    Re: Mickey's not so scary Halloween party

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    Tickets went on sale like two monthes ago. My mom just bought ours for October 2nd. It's pretty fun and most everyone is in costumes. My mom always dresses up as Winnie the Pooh! Then she starts complaining about how hot it is...haha
    Oh really? I didn't know!
    How funnny

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    Re: Mickey's not so scary Halloween party

    Quote Originally Posted by mechurchlady View Post
    Wear the blue dress and white socks with the cute Alice shoes but leave your hair normal. When you get to the tea cups there is one out in front as I remember. Whip out the pinafore and headband, get dressed and take the pictures. Worst security will do is glue your feet to the floor of the show building of Small World. If security catches you they will tell you to change or leave the park. No big problem in theory if you have a group with you.

    Note that you should not do what I just said as that would be condoning rule breaking and condoning rule breaking is frowned on at this board.
    Actually the park WILL escort you out if you are in costume. They don't condone it at all. They take it extremely seriously.
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    Re: Mickey's not so scary Halloween party

    As to Mickey's Halloween Trick or Treat party...been there for the past three years and going again this year. (Actually on Halloween). My friends and I have gone as Jedi for the three years (except last year I went in my X-Wing Pilot garb). This has now become an annual tradition for us. It's a blast..and we've always had to say "Trick or Treat" to get the candy. (Makes you feel like a little kid all over again). It just has a great overall feel to it. You see all ages dressed up, entire families, and some of the costumes are amazing.

    So, no, it's not Disneyland in costume (even though they did do that one Halloween YEARS ago), but you WILL have a GREAT time.

    So, if your there on Halloween and see four Jedi (or an X-Wing or TIE Pilot) come over and say "Hi!"
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