Disneyland is hosting a new 'Oogie Boogie Bash' that every 'The Nightmare Before Christmas' fan will want to attend this Halloween

Business Insider | 8/5/2019 | Travel + Leisure
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The Oogie Boogie Bash is a new Disney Halloween Party debuting at Disney California Adventure in September, and it is perfect for every "The Nightmare Before Christmas" fan.

The party offers more for teens, tweens, and adults without losing its classic touches, like costumes and candy.

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The Oogie Boogie Bash is offered on select nights between Sept. 17 and Oct. 31 and tickets cost between $110 and $145 per person.

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Oogie Boogie Bash — A Disney Halloween Party, which debuts at Disney California Adventure this September, isn't just Mickey's Halloween Party shifted over to a different theme park for the very first time. Disney has doubled down on offerings this year with enough entertainment and characters to entice fans of all ages with surprises, spooks, and more "The Nightmare Before Christmas" references than one's Halloween-loving heart can handle.

While parks like Universal Studios Hollywood and Knott's Berry Farm lean into the blood-curdling horrors of Halloween, Disney has always landed on the side of being supremely kid-friendly. (Walt Disney World's version of the event is called " Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party.") With Mickey's Halloween Party being reimagined at Disney California Adventure — a park packed with thrill rides where alcohol is sold openly — the new Oogie Boogie Bash is still meant for all ages, but offers more for teens, tweens, and adults than ever before. And, while none of the touches that made it family-friendly have disappeared, like costumes being allowed into the park, there's arguably even more for young children to do in its new inception. There will be fog but it won't be dense, sound effects are fun and familiar, and there's an even bigger emphasis on candy — consider it, as they do, "kooky spooky".

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