More Villains added to Mickey’s Not So Scary-It’s good to be bad!


It’s never been so good to be bad! Villains are becoming all the rage these days with more and more people celebrating how good it is to be so bad. Walt Disney World is already celebrating villains with a very special Villains Unleashed party at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Now, they’re going to get even more attention when the Villains come out to play for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party!





Mickey’s Not So  Scary Halloween Party kicks off on September 1st and runs all the way through Halloween, only this year, it will run with more bad guys than you can shake a hero at! There will be all new villain meet and greets all over the park, as well as the return of the “Villains Mix&Mingle-Live on Stage” show in front of Cinderella Castle.

There will also be an all new Villain Dance Party in the Diamond Horseshoe as Dr. Facilier, Cruella De Vil, Lady Tremaine and more take over for Club Villain.

If that wasn’t enough, guests visiting Princess Fairy Tale Hall will have a chance to visit with The Evil Queen from Snow White and Maleficent. There will also be an extended Phineas and Furb pre-parade party as well as the first appearance of Wreck-It-Ralph and Venelope.

The Party already celebrates a few villains, especially during the parade, but with the new additions there will be villains absolutely everywhere.

Of course everyone’s favorite villain starts the parade-The Headless Horseman


A new villain soirée, hosted by Lady Tremaine has shown up on the official website (click here), which gives guests a chance to join some Villainous friends for a fiendish dessert party. Guests will join Lady Tremaine and others at Cinderella’s Royal Table. There will be eerie music, wicked desserts, and a souvenir Maleficent dragon cup. There will also be specialty nonalcoholic drinks, special viewing for the Boo To You Parade, and Hallowishes. The all new party is an add on for this year’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. Space is limited, and tickets start at around $99 dollars per person.
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For more about mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, including tickets, visit the official website by clicking here!