The Holiday season is about to begin, so Disneyland is now preparing for its spooktacular Halloween.
The Holiday season is about to begin, so Disneyland is now preparing for its spooktacular Halloween. (Photo: Creative Commons Halloween at Disneyland by HarshLight is licensed under CC BY 2.0)

The Holiday season is about to begin, so Disneyland is now preparing for its spooktacular Halloween. Disney theme parks will once again go all-out during this season, as it already announced its plan to throw an epic Oogie Boogie Bash at Disney California Adventure Park in the celebration of the spookiest time of the year.

Fans of Tim Burton's '90s classic The Nightmare Before Christmas have the reason to celebrate and head to Disneyland for a spooktacular Halloween celebration. This year, Disney California Adventure Park will feature a dark animated musical fantasy.

DCA is about to begin a brand new after-hours event with some dreamy attractions and new entertainment experiences this September and October. It will be hosted by none other than the gambling bogeyman of Halloween Town, Oogie Boogie, per People.

Oogie Boogie Bash - A Disney Halloween Party will feature Oogie Boogie as "monster of scare-e-monies." He will unleash the signature, classic Disney villains like The Little Mermaid's Ursula, Sleeping Beauty's Maleficent, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs' the Evil Queen, and Princess and the Frog's the Shadow Man on the park.

Everything will then become apparent in the new World of Color nighttime show, called Villainous. This will feature special effects and laser lights that will light the sky.

There will also be DescenDance, based on Disney Channel's The Descendants trilogy. There will be a "pulsating dance party" located in the backlot area of Hollywood Land that the films inspired. Of course, the Isle of the Lost dance crew will be there to help the park-goers to dance along.

According to Simple Most, other party events that will be held are Mickey's Trick & Treat at the Disney Theater, Villains Grove along the Redwood Creek Challenge Trail, and the Frightfully Fun Parade, which features Sleepy Hollow's Headless Horseman, Mickey Mouse, and other Disney favorites and villains.

Disney also promised to adorn the parks with spooky decorations at every turn. There will be a swarm of bats and a headless horseman along the Buena Vista Street. Some rides will also have Halloween makeovers.

Car Land's Radiator Spring will turn to Radiator Screams as characters from the movie, Cars, will be dressed up in Halloween costumes. Guardians of the Galaxy - Monsters After Dark will also have a dark reveal this season.

Tickets for the Oogie Boogie Bash will be priced at $110 to $145, depending on the date. However, Sept. 26, 29, and Oct. 31 are already sold out. The tickets also come with admission to Disney California Adventure. Halloween Time will take place from Sept. 6 to Oct. 31.