The return of Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is just days away, and preparations for the hard-ticket event have already begun at the Magic Kingdom.
Over in Storybook Circus, a stage and a small sign is up for Disney Junior Jam, a dance party designed with young ones in mind, featuring characters from Disney Junior shows.
The stage is likely where a DJ will be playing music.
The sign itself directs guests to City Hall or the Liberty Square ticket office for tickets and more information.
Meanwhile, lighting rigs have gone up in several locations in Frontierland and Adventureland. On Friday, we saw them set up around Splash Mountain.
To keep them inconspicuous they’re “disguised” with gray crates that blend into the surroundings.
Another rig is located on the opposite end of the pathway.
Over at Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe, three lights are staged on the second floor.
We spotted another rig next to the churro cart. Because it’s on a guest pathway, some guests have taken to leaning on the boxes as they enjoy a snack.
Even the buccaneers of Pirates of the Caribbean are ready, with two lights located above the attraction entrance.
A more elaborate setup can be found across the way, atop Tortuga Tavern.
The stage near the Fuente de la Fortuna fountain looks ready to be lit.
Heading back into Frontierland, even more lights are set up.
These can be found across from The Diamond Horseshoe and the Frontierland Shootin’ Arcade.
Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party kicks off beginning Friday, August 12th, and runs on select nights through October 31st.
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