Fall is around the corner and one of my favorite Holiday is coming up, that’s right… Halloween! The big question is how will COVID-19 affect Halloween this year? So far not so good.
Walt Disney World announced on their blog that this year’s Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween has been canceled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
If you’re not familiar with Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween annual event, it set to take place starting August 13 at Magic Kingdom. This special ticket event features Halloween-themed food, character meet-and-greets, trick-or-treating, and a parade. This is also an opportunity for all ages to dress up for Halloween that’s abide with Disney’s policy. It’s a definite consider a hallmark event especially if you love the Disney’s villains as well the Halloween Feast.
For those who already purchase the tickets for this spectacular event, it will be assisted with refunded.
Walt Disney World is already looking ahead on Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party and the EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays. “We are monitoring our new environment closely, and will make a decision on these events as we continue to learn more from government and health officials. As always, our goal is to explore every option and look at ways in which we can still host events and festivals full of Disney magic, while still operating responsibly with the health and safety of our guests and cast members in mind” said Laurel Slater from Walt Disney World Public Affairs.
Walt Disney World is set to reopen its theme parks in July. Starting July 11, Magic Kingdom and Disney’s Animal Kingdom will reopen. Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios will reopen on July 15.