One of the popular after-hours events at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is one of the latest events to be canceled due to COVID-19.
The event usually begins in August and runs on select nights through early November. It gives families the chance to go trick-or-treating in the park, plus a parade, special character meet-and-greets and Halloween-themed fireworks. Kids and families get to dress up in costumes as they enjoy the park.
Not only did Disney announce ‘Halloween Party’ news, but also on the massively popular Epcot Food & Wine Festival.
The food-centric event go on, but with some changes. This year, it will be “A Taste of Epcot International Food and Wine Festival’ and will have a big change. The ‘Eat to the Beat Concert Series’ has been canceled in an effort to accommodate proper physical distancing. The event will kick off July 15th and run through the fall.
Here are some changes coming to Walt Disney World when it reopens in July.