VIDEO Hocus Pocus Show at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party

As soon as the kids go back to school, Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom gears up for Halloween, and my favorite event of the year Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party.  There’s wonderful fall decorations and pumpkins all along Main Street U.S.A. as well trick-or-treating, the Headless Horseman, Boo To You Parade, HalloWishes fireworks spectacular, and a new Hocus Pocus show all in the separate ticketed event.

In “Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular,” the mischievous Sanderson Sisters from Disney’s Hocus Pocus return to the mortal world for one night during the Halloween season. With only a few hours to run amuck, the three sisters decide to use their magic to throw the best, evil Halloween party this side of the graveyard.

Continue for more videos from the 2015 version of Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, but let us know what you think of the new Hocus Pocus show.

A perennial favorite of Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party is the “Boo To You” Halloween Parade, led off by the Headless Horseman, Pirate float, and its Haunted Mansion float with Grim Grinning Ghosts and marching grave diggers.  Take a look at the highlights below.

The evening caps off with the Happy HalloWishes Fireworks Spectacular, hosted by Jack Skellington himself.

Do you plan on attending Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party this year, or have you gone in the past?  Leave a comment below and let us know your favorite part.  Heading to the festivities with a toddler?  Click on the image below for more tips for enjoying the party with pre-schoolers.

Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party

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About John Saccheri

John Saccheri has been rooted in the Disney culture from childhood. John only had the opportunity to visit Walt Disney World once, at the age of 5. After returning home, he never stopped talking about it, yearning to return. His parents were worried about this “obsession,” but John began working at the age of 12 with a focus on saving up for the next Disney trip. He was able to visit Disney World at least once a year from 14 years old onward. Today, a successful entrepreneur, John was able to move from his hometown of Long Island, New York, to Central Florida to be close to the Mouse. Going to the parks still seems like a fantasy to him!