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    Halloween at DCA

    I want to buy tickets for my friends to DCA for the halloween event on the weekends. My question is, will they be able to go on the rides there during the event times? they will not be going to the park before, they just want to go to the event.

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    Re: Halloween at DCA

    DCA has rides?
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    Re: Halloween at DCA

    The park rides should be open. It's more of a "private" party idea

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    Re: Halloween at DCA

    I'm curious to know if both Disneyland and DCA will have more of the villians out during the month of October. Especially the ones we don't get to see all that often. Wouldn't that be cool?

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    Re: Halloween at DCA

    October 31 usually brings the more rare villains.
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    Re: Halloween at DCA

    I'm glad someone started a thread about Halloween at the resort because I'm confused about Mickey's Halloween party in DCA. Nothing I have read about this event tells anything about what's offered. What exactly are we paying $20 for? Has anyone heard of events, goody stations, photo opportunties...etc? I think it's odd Disney hasn't released any details.

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    Re: Halloween at DCA

    I wouldn't expect too much. And I have reasons:
    1. It's DCA.
    2. It's only $20 ($15 for APs).
    3. If it turns out that you get more than you expect, then you might be satisfied.

    Of course, this means parting with your $20 with little expectation of satisfaction. It's a risk, and a choice.
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    Re: Halloween at DCA

    $15 for a fun dress up nighttime party with some friends at DCA is well worth it to me.

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    Re: Halloween at DCA

    It's said "trick or treat with your favorite Disney characters." So I'm guessing the fab five will be dressed up for Halloween and I'm guessing a smattering of villains and it also said live entertainment and other fun treats so I'm guessing a little ceremony and maybe Tower open ::shrugs:: It is indeed a big surprise.

    Also, last year and for the years prior the villains are out in full force usually all together at once in Town Square the last two weeks of October.

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    Re: Halloween at DCA

    When I went to Disneyland last Halloween I saw a ton of villains I'd never seen before. Including Jafar who was made of weird latex, he was creepy just because of that!

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    Re: Halloween at DCA

    I wouldn't expect all of the rides to be open...keep in mind the similar event at the Magic Kingdom costs more than twice as much as the DCA event (and it has its own parade and premiering this year will be special fireworks--Happy HalloWishes). Maybe we can hope for something like that in upcoming years. The Tower of Terror would be the obvious pick, though. Monsters, Inc., if it were open...
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    Re: Halloween at DCA

    Wow this sounds cool where are you guys getting your info from?

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    Re: Halloween at DCA

    Quote Originally Posted by pyrateslife4me84
    I wouldn't expect all of the rides to be open...keep in mind the similar event at the Magic Kingdom costs more than twice as much as the DCA event (and it has its own parade and premiering this year will be special fireworks--Happy HalloWishes). Maybe we can hope for something like that in upcoming years. The Tower of Terror would be the obvious pick, though. Monsters, Inc., if it were open...
    it'll deffinatly be interesting to see how this event does change over the years

    I do wonder what they'll have open and what kind of things they'll do special for the event


    a Halloween parade would be great but obviously there isn't time for that at this point

    don't they do a shadow projection thing down Mainstreet as well? that seems like a nifty effect they could put up in DCA


    with ToT and eventualy Monsters Inc I think the Hollywood Backlot is going to be the place to be for this Halloween event (though a Haunted Pier would also be really cool)

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    Re: Halloween at DCA

    I hope they keep the decorations up all of October...DCA could look pretty neat with a Halloween theme...and not just a grim reaper walking around with sun glasses and surf board shorts.....
    -Kyle, Member of the DCA Lovers Alliance
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    Re: Halloween at DCA

    I personally think they should turn it into an event like Knotts Scary Farm for the teens. That place would be packed if they could do that.

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