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Costume Guidelines for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party

Charles Stovall

by , Public Relations Manager

So … You’re going to Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party.

The next question is … What to Wear?

Are you going to be the super hero you were last year or are you going to mix it up this year and go for the full “princess” or “pirate” you’ve always wanted?

Well, whatever you choose, we at the Disney Parks Blog want to help!

Last year, we created this cute video to help guide visitors to the party with some best practices for their Halloween costumes.

So many of you liked it, we thought we would play it again this year.

As a reminder, Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party requires a separate ticket (a party specific ticket). This year, Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Parties will be held on select nights throughout the fall season and will feature all kinds of fun frights. Many guests favorites are returning, including the Mickey’s “Boo-to-You” Halloween Parade, the “Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular,” and Happy HalloWishes Fireworks Spectacular.

  • September 19, 22, 24, 26, 29
  • October 1, 3, 5, 6, 9, 10, 12, 13, 15, 17, 19, 20, 22, 24, 26, 27, 29, 31
  • November 1

For more information or to purchase tickets, check out or call 407-W-DISNEY.


  • can a adult have full face of make up then attend halloween party ?

  • Hi!, we will be attending Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party next November the 1st. Can we attend (party of 6; 2 little girls and 4 adults) using make up as Dia del Muerto? (like Coco movie)

  • Are we able to wear costumes as a family durning the day on October 31st in Disneyland?

  • My son wants to wear his awesome Kylo Ren costume, which we purchased at the Disney Store. The mask is awesome, but as you should know, it covers his whole face. Will they let him in with it?

  • I respect the changes to the costume rules, but we haven’t been back since the changes went into effect. And it makes me sad to think of all the fun costumes our family (of three generations of women) has worn over the years that would now be prohibited. The floor length prohibition seems to disproportionately affect female visitors, especially when you consider that almost all the adult princess costumes are now banned. Like I said, I respect the rule, and wouldn’t break it, but it just seems to have sucked a little of the magic out of the event.

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