Boo to You Parade – Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party

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One of the highlights of Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party is the Boo to You Parade. You won’t believe how fun this silly parade really is.



The parade starts off with a spooky ride through the Magic Kingdom of the headless horseman right at the stroke of “midnight”. Then comes the “scary” parade full of zomibies, grave diggers, and lots and lots of Disney characters.


And it happens twice each night during Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party.

The Boo To You Parade

The sign for the Boo To You ParadePhoto by WDW Shutterbug

Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party

On select nights in September, October and yes, in November, Disney celebrates Halloween at the Magic Kingdom in style with a party. A really big party complete with rides, a parade, small crowds (usually), trick or treating and the biggest fireworks show you can imagine.


Happy Halloween in lightsPhoto by Disney Photo Snapper


The party starts at 7:00 and runs until or after the witching hour.


This is one party you won’t want to miss.

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The Parade

The parade kicks off with all of your favorite characters dancing through the streets. Snow White and a some of the dwarfs, Alice and her friends from Wonderland, Jasmine and Aladin, and Pinichio kick off the parade. They dance through the streets wearing masks.

Mickey and Minnie Lead the way

Mickey and Minnie leading the Boo to You ParadePhoto by WDW Shutterbug


Next Sorcer Mickey and Minnie along with knight Donald Duck and maiden Daisy Duck ride on a float. Then Winnie the Pooh, Eyeore, Tigger and Piglet come along with their trick-or-treat pumpkins for all to see.


Then Peter Pan leads Wendy and the a few lost boys through the street.Then Hook and his crew ride in on their ship. Croidilie brings up the rear. Sticking with pirates theme Captain Jack Sparrow and his crew make an apperance in the parade.

The Grave Diggers

The Grave Diggers in the Boo To You ParadePhoto by WDW Shutterbug


Next are the grave diggers. They dance along with their shovels. The talking gravestones from the Haunted Mansion ride in singing. Next the ghouls from the Haunted Mansion come along with their ladies come and dance.


The Country Bears are next. Dancing to the music. Next is the evil mirror from Snow White and a cast of skeltons dancing on their float. Cruelle Deville and the Queen of Hearts from Alice in Wonderland dance along with a few friends.

Goofy and his candy

Goofy and the candy in the Boo to You paradePhoto by WDW Shutterbug


Jafar, Maginificent and the Evil Queen from Sleeping Beauty ride in on a float. They are followed by the heyenas from Lion King. Goofy and his crew come out next and hand out candy to all the kids. This ends the wonderful parade.

The End

The end of the Boo to You ParadePhoto by WDW Shutterbug

The Headless Horseman

The Headless HorsemanPhoto by WDW Shutterbug

The Headless Horseman

Although it’s not technically part of the parade, Boo to You really gets started with the ride of the Headless Horseman throgh the Magic Kingdom. It’s tryly haunting to hear the clip, clop of the horse as he rides down Main Street. What a way to set the mood.



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The Video

Here is the video of the Boo to You Parade from our buddy Andy.


Where to watch

The Boo to You Parade starts in Frontierland and makes it’s way to Main Street USA. You can find the route on the party map. So where is a good place to watch? If you get a spot early try Main Street. (It’s always the best place to watch a parade.) But you’ll have to stake out a place about an hour before the parade starts.


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Dad’s Bottom Line

Disney’s evening parades are just pretty good and the Boo to You Parade is no exception. It’s cute. It’s funny and it’s well done. Yes, yo u have to pay extra to see it, but Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party is a pretty good deal.

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