Oogie Boogie Bash – A Disney Halloween Party Now Sold Out for 2019 at Disney California Adventure

According to the Disney website, Oogie Boogie Bash is now sold out for 2019. The after-hours Halloween party at Disney California Adventure replaces the hard-ticket Halloween Party at Disneyland. The bash takes place on select nights, starting tomorrow, September 17th. There are 20 parties this year, ranging in price from $110 to $145, and Annual Passholder discounts apply.

Highlights of the new separate-ticket event include:

  • “Villainous!” – The new “World of Color” show weaves a Halloween tale about a young girl named Shelley Marie. 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 that, deep down, there’s a little villain in all of us.
  • Redwood Creek Challenge Trail – Transformed into a wondrous and ethereal world of Disney villains unlike anything seen before, Redwood Creek will be tricked out in a dreamlike environment. This new experience unfolds in a series of scenes, each creating a hauntingly beautiful dream-space of color, sound, light and shadows, as stories emerge from the darkest night to create an enchanting world.
  • Immersive Treat Trails – Enjoy trick-or-treating at the new, wonderfully wicked treat trails throughout the park. Iconic characters such as Mad Hatter from Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland,” or even Oogie Boogie himself will surprise and delight. Additional treat trails will feature oversized cauldrons full of treats for all guests to enjoy.
  • DescenDance – A new pulsing party in the Backlot area of Hollywood Land is inspired by the popular “Descendants” franchise from Disney Channel. As the DescenDance 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.
  • “Frightfully Fun Parade” – The guest-favorite parade is coming to Disney California Adventure park for the first time! The Headless Horseman of Sleepy Hollow starts the procession, followed by Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse who lead the cavalcade of characters and many mischievous Disney villains who are ready to stir up some trouble along the parade route.
  • Mickey’s Trick and Treat show – Perfect for young guests, this new, interactive stage production invites kids of all ages to join Mickey Mouse and his pals as they throw a one-of-a-kind Halloween party! Enjoy dancing, not-so-frightening scary-tales, and candy at the Disney Theater in Hollywood Land.
  • Character encounters – Meet beloved Disney characters ­– and villains, too. You may be surprised at who you discover at this Halloween party, ready for photos and greetings!
Mike
Mike is the owner and writer for BlogMickey.com. Visiting the parks daily allows him to keep up with the latest Disney news, reviews, and photos from around the Disney Parks. You can reach him at [email protected]

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  1. I went to the first night of this event. I cannot tell you how dissatisfied we were. If they do not move it back to Disneyland Park next year, I will not be attending. What a rip off, and I’m not complaining just to complain. Here’s why; Not only are there fewer rides in California adventure and Disneyland itself, radiator Springs and incredicoaster were both broken down throughout most of the night. Being that the event is from 6-11, unless you really are there with little ones for all the kiddie rides, you were left feeling cheated. Not to mention less trick or treat stations, with most giving only one or 2 pieces per pass. This is not how it has been years prior. With the separate ticket price being 110.00 or more, I would say don’t waste the money. We left at 10 since the faster rides remained closed. Huge disappointment. I’m going to assume they moved it because of Star Wars land opening this year and wanting crowd control. Even the shows and parades were just meh. It’s smaller with less to do, on a nutshell. Terrible.

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