Now called Mickey’s Halloween Party, 10 events are scheduled for Tuesdays and Fridays in October, as well as Halloween on Oct. 31.
But the night parties require separate park tickets, which range from $49 to $59.
As of late Wednesday, tickets were still available for all nights, although the events have sold out in the past, said Betsy Sanchez, a Disneyland Resort spokeswoman. Find out how to buy tickets on Disneyland’s website.
Advance tickets are cheaper than buying them on the day of the event. However, prices have more than doubled since the parties began
at Disney California Adventure. See a previous story about Disney Halloween prices.
The Disneyland events will include these features:
* The Halloween Screams fireworks will only be displayed for patrons of the Halloween parties. Last year — the first year of the seasonal fireworks — all general Disneyland visitors could watch the show.
Read more about the Halloween Screams fireworks change. While people can see the fireworks outside the park, they will be unable to hear the narration, see special effects and listen to the music.