ALL The Ways to Celebrate Halloween at Shanghai Disney Resort This Year!

Halloween may already be in full swing at Disney World and Disneyland, but soon another Disney park will be celebrating the holiday season!

Halloween at Magic Kingdom

Shanghai Disney was the first Disney Resort to reopen last year after temporarily closing for the COVID-19 global pandemic and since we’ve been bringing you the latest on new fireworks shows and other big projects coming to the park. And, now Shanghai Disney Resort is set to get decked out for the Halloween season with new merchandise, treats, characters, ticket deals, and more — let’s check it out!

Halloween Celebrations

Halloween will officially kick off in Shanghai Disney on October 4th and run all the way through November 7th. During this time, guests can dress up in their Halloween costume and encounter new and old Halloween celebrations in the parks like decorations, entertainment, shows, activities (like trick-or-treating), and, of course, food.


Spooky-themed entertainment will include a specialty Halloween cavalcade, a “This is Halloween” Dance Party,” and Ghost Pirates will take over Treasure Cove to “delight guests around every corner.” And, if you’re looking to take something home with you, there will be plenty of new Halloween Merchandise collections featuring Mickey and Friends, Duffy and Friends, and The Nightmare Before Christmas to choose from.


Disneytown will also be getting a makeover with a Halloween Fun Carnival that will include a Magical Mirror “around every corner, trick-or-treat parades, dance parties, a chance to meet The Lost Souls, and a Ghost Band.


Plus, the ticketed event, Halloween Spook-tacular is BACK with more dates between October 28th to 31st. During this nighttime party, guests can encounter Disney characters, DJs, and live musicians throughout the resort and the evening will cap off with the Halloween Villains Fireworks Show.

Ticket Offers

Guests hoping to head to Shanghai Disney to celebrate the Halloween season can even secure a discount on select tickets! A new afternoon ticket will be available beginning September 28th (through November 7th) that will enable guests to enter the park after 3PM between October 4th and November 7th.

©Disney | Shanghai Disney Enchanted Storybook Castle

And, to celebrate the Double Ninth Festival, Shanghai Disney is offering a discounted one-day dated ticket for guests ages 65+.

Shanghai Disney Hotels

The Halloween celebrations are also headed to the Shanghai Disney hotels, where guests can experience a “one-of-a-kind Halloween night” with themed staycation packages at the Toy Story Hotel and Shanghai Disneyland Hotel.

Toy Story Hotel ©Disney

During this time, guests staying will be able to participate in Halloween-themed DIY activities and take advantage of Halloween Dining offers or even have their room decorated for the season.

Meet LinaBell

But, Halloween isn’t the only new thing coming to Shanghai Disney Resort this fall! Disney will also be celebrating the global debut of Duffy’s newest fox friend, LinaBell!


Beginning September 29th, 2021, guests can expect to find a brand new merchandise collection featuring LinaBell including a plush, cross-body bag, tote bag, blanket, souvenir cup, and more. Plus, there will even be some new treats themed after the new character launching in October like a Pineapple Flavored Frozen Treat and the LinaBell’s Strawberry Jelly Cheese Mousse Cake


So, be sure to keep these in mind if you’re planning your next visit to Shanghai Disney! And, stay tuned to AllEars for more of the latest Disney news and updates!

Check out all of the Halloween festivities in Disneyland Resort This Year!

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