All Soul's Day may still be months away, but Disney Parks are now preparing for a spooktacular Halloween.
All Soul's Day may still be months away, but Disney Parks are now preparing for a spooktacular Halloween. (Photo: Disneyland/Facebook)

All Soul's Day may still be months away, but Disney Parks are now preparing for a spooktacular Halloween. Disney has now revealed its lineup of events for the spookiest holiday at its both parks - Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure - starting on Sept. 6 until Oct. 31.

Expect to see a lot of Halloween decorations starting at the Main Street, U.S.A. at Disneyland Park. This place will make you feel the Halloween spirit with its overlays and designs. It will even host the Pumpkin Festival, featuring a huge Mickey Mouse jack-o'-lantern, per WDW News Today.

Disneyland Park will also bring Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas to life at the Haunted Mansion as it celebrates its 50th anniversary. There will also be a brand new projection and special effects show called Halloween Screams to add some spooky fun to complete your Halloween experience. It also comes with a firework display on select nights.

Of course, Disney California Adventure will also be filled with spooky designs. Parkgoers will be welcomed by a 10-foot statue of the Headless Horseman and flying bats at the Carthay Circle at Buena Vista Street.

They can also celebrate Halloween at Radiator Springs at Cars Land. Visitors will witness the transformation of Mater's Graveyard JamBOOree and Luigi's Honkin' Haul-O-Ween. Also, Guardians of the Galaxy - Mission: BREAKOUT! will become Guardians of the Galaxy - Monsters After Dark for this special event.

Día de Los Muertos will also be brought at Paradise Gardens Park, so visitors can have fun with Miguel, from the movie Coco, and join the storytellers of Plaza de la Familia. They will take you to the wonderful moment when Miguel starts to honor and celebrate Halloween in their culture.

A brand new attraction is about to be introduced at Disney California Adventure Park in time for the Halloween. Starting on Sept. 17, parkgoers can experience the Oogie Boogie Bash - A Disney Halloween Party that will last for 20 select nights.

Tickets for this party will be separated as it will treat guests to several new experiences that the entire family will surely love. There will be World of Color spectacular - Villainous!, an interactive dance party inspired by Descendants, a Mickey Mouse stage show, and a mysterious walk-through experience with the Disney villains.

The Disneyland will bring the magic of Halloween at Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park with its transformed settings and attractions. Of course, food and beverages will also be in line with the Halloween concept. So, start planning your holiday activities and have a spooktacular Halloween experience with your family at Disneyland parks.