Looking for some spooky fun that isn’t as terrifying as a haunted house? Following are three fun options across the country; the Disney shows are suitable for all ages while the New York City parade may be better suited for mature eyes. If you can’t get out to any of these venues, ordering a big batch of goodies from AllSpark Fireworks, is always a treat!
Florida: Take kids of all ages to party down at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party. Held in the Magic Kingdom, this special event (additional ticket required) includes tons of costumed characters, a parade led by the headless horseman himself, and spectacular fireworks. Called “Happy HalloWishes” and uses firework choreography set to spooky music to thrill audiences with a show where Disney Villains go trick-or-treating in the sky.
California: On the other coast, Disneyland Resort hosts Halloween Screams (A Villainous Surprise in the Skies) is an amazing show that lights up the skies over Sleeping Beauty’s castle. Featuring music and villains from many Disney animated features. The happily haunted show is “hosted” by pumpkin king, Jack Skellington from The Nightmare Before Christmas.
New York: Prepare your eyes for everything! Anything goes at the Village Halloween Parade, an annual parade and street pageant held on October 31. More than 2 million folks come out to watch the 50,000+ costumed revelers parade through the street. The parade stretches a mile and anyone is welcomed to participate. Of course, anything goes and you can expect to see plenty of fireworks set off by revelers, if not officially.