Disney announces return of first Christmas parade since pandemic began

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party will return to Disney for the first time since the pandemic began.

This week, the company posted information on showtimes and tickets for the new show, which will take place on select nights between November 8 and December 22.

The tickets for the event are separate from general admission to the park, and range in price depending on the night. Ticket prices for adults are between $149 and $199, and between $139 and $189 for children.

Each show takes place between 7 p.m. and midnight, with ticket holders being admitted to Magic Kingdom as early as 4 p.m. on the valid date of their ticket.

Annual Passholders and Disney Vacation Club Members can save $10 per ticket for select nights.

The company says guests of select hotels at the Walt Disney World Resort may purchase Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party tickets as early as June 30, while all other guests may purchase tickets beginning on July 7.

The advance purchase window is available to guests of the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Hotels, as well as Shades of Green at Walt Disney World Resort.

For more information on tickets and showtimes, visit the Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party webpage.

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