The Halloween theme returns to Hong Kong Disneyland Resort on September 16, the park has announced, with the reprise of a Halloween musical popular with audiences and spooky season-themed products. The news was revealed as part of the ‘Halfway to Halloween’ campaign, aimed at getting Disney enthusiasts around the world anticipating Halloween activities.

Hong Kong Disneyland Halloween activities

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‘Let’s Get Wicked’ Halloween musical stage show

Once again, villain characters from the Disney films will roam the park, inviting guests to join the dark side of the Disney universe for the night. Of course, the park will turn into a spooky town filled with Halloween delights and games.

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‘Let’s Get Musical’ sign language interpreters

The well-liked ‘Let’s Get Wicked’ musical will return, turning Maleficent, Cruella, Ursula, and Mother Gothel from supporting characters into the stars. The all-ages show will be an electric, hair-raising drama with performances of songs from the protaganists’ movies.

Limited edition Halloween merchandise

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Light-up headband and necklace
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Disney villain soft plush keychains

Guests can dress for the occasion with merch like the Maleficent light-up headband, the Disney Villains headband that you can personalise with your favourite mini plush toys, a glowing necklace, and a mystery box filled with one surprise plush keychain of four available characters, available only during the Halloween season.

Hong Kong Disneyland’s Halloween festivities will end on October 31, 2023.

Image credits: Courtesy Hong Kong Disneyland Resort

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