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Fall is coming to Disney on September 15. We have new details on the magic coming to Magic Kingdom for the fall and spooky season.

Disney has just shortened their hours at all of their Walt Disney World theme parks. But, there is still plenty of magic into a day especially at Magic Kingdom.

Related: Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party Cancelled For 2020

With the cancelation of one of the most highly anticipated extra hours events at Walt Disney World, Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. Disney is thinking outside the box to bring the fall flair and spooky highlights to guests. Throughout the day, special and unique Halloween cavalcades will saunter along the parade route and head right down the middle of Main Street, U.S.A. You could come across Mickey Mouse and his pals, all dressed up for the occasion in festive costumes.

On select days, you may even encounter a cavalcade of Disney Villains – from Gaston and Maleficent to Queen of Hearts and Jafar – creeping down the path, or a nightmarish procession featuring the Pumpkin King himself, Jack Skellington! 

Related: VLOG! Mickey’s No So Scary Halloween Party

As another special treat for the Halloween season, Disney has announced that the iconic and beloved Dapper Dans are back! Beginning September 20, the Dapper Dans will be performing as their undead alter egos The Cadaver Dans. You’ll be enchanted by a cappella performances from the Cadaver Dans when they emerge from their tombs.

Related: Fall Treats Arrive In Walt Disney World

The magic may be different but there’s still plenty to be had all throughout Walt Disney World. Visit the Disney website for details and info on booking a trip and look into vacation packages that are available.

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