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  • Stepped onto Main Street and the Halloween festivities were in full swing and the street was alive with activity.  There was a Halloween inspired band and several Main Street vehicles were out making the rounds and all were decked out for the season.  It was great to see and a really brought a sense of energy to the street. 
  • I thought the costumes on the Scarecrow inspired band were great.  The selection of music was a bit odd to me and not very Halloween themed to me.  Also having to use sheet music was a bit of bad show but they sounded ok and did bring energy to the area.
  • Jack Skellington had a photo op in Le Cimetiere de Jack (Jack’s Cemetery) in Frontierland at the Thunder Mesa Riverboat Landing.   The backdrop worked and had both a covered/protected area and you could stand in front too.   Jack was really into it and interacting with both the guests he was taking pictures with as well as those in the queue and even those in the area walking around.   After you met Jack cast members were on hand to give you a candy treat (they called them bonbons but were basically marshmallows) and a Halloween activity handout.  This was a great plus!
  • Found a spot in the hub for Mickey’s Halloween Celebration with the goal of having Sleeping Beauty Castle in the background.  Lighting was a bit of a challenge but better than the Disney Magic on Parade the other day.   I had avoided learning about the parade and wanted to just experience it.  I was very impressed with the seasonal offering.  It had a handful of floats and large number of characters and other performers.  They ran this three times a day and still ran the regular parade once.  So this is a great plus for the season! 
  • It’s Good to Be Bad with the Disney Villains! Took over the castle stage.  This brief show ran a handful of times per day and was how the Villains made their appearance for photos with guests.   I thought this was a fun little show and great way to make an entrance and allow for photos of them.   Also interesting they changed up which Villain was the lead/spotlight.   Afterward most went to photo spots and were available.  This process was a little more chaotic with the guests standing around and the Villain choosing who to come forward for a picture.  It worked but looked a bit crazy.
  • There was a pumpkin carver out in Frontierland today.  It was great to see the creations and the cast member was really into it taking pictures and interacting with guests.  I really missed the carvers at Disneyland in Anaheim this year.. I hope they return in the future.
  • I found several villains out in Town Square after dark/before Disney Dreams.  It was great to see them and they had good crowds around them.  It was a nice touch to wrap up many guests Halloween day at the park.

Geek's Pictures & Video

I visited Disneyland Paris in the Fall of 2015. Visit my 2015 Disneyland Paris trip summary page for links to all the picture & video sets.

Day 1: Part IV: Main Street Pumpkins September 27, 2015 - Main Street Pumpkins

A look at the pumpkins that line Main Street USA. This is a comprehensive look at those on the right side when facing the castle.


Day 1: Part III: Disneyland Paris Walk Around

September 29, 2015 - Main Street Pumpkins

More Main Street pumpkins. today a look at the Frontierland/Adventureland side of the street.

Day 6 Part I: Disneyland Park Halloween October 2, 2015 - Disneyland Park Halloween

A quick trip through the Disney Village and then we spent the rest of the morning enjoying the Halloween festivities on Main Street USA and in Frontierland.
Day 6 Part II: Mickey's Halloween Celebration October 2, 2015 - Mickey's Halloween Celebration

A look at La Celebration Halloween de Mickey, the daily Halloween Parade from the hub.
Day 6 Part V: Villains

October 2, 2015 - Villains

It's Good to Be Bad with the Disney Villains! show.

Day 8 - Part II: Halloween Parade & Pumpkin Carving October 4, 2015 - Halloween Parade & Pumpkin Carving

A closer look at La Celebration Halloween de Mickey, the daily Halloween Parade and then off to Frontierland for pumpkin carving.
Day 8 - Part II: Halloween Parade & Pumpkin Carving

October 5, 2015 - Mickey's Halloween Celebration

The Halloween Parade from the hub looking down Main Street USA toward Town Square.


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