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Halloween

Tuesday, 9th October 2007

Woody’s Roundup right here, today!

ImageWoody’s Roundup has pulled on its cowboy boots and opened for business already, this past weekend! Greeting guests months earlier than expected, the area now functions as both a Halloween makeover workshop and meet ‘n’ greet with the “Roundup Gang” — Woody and Jessie — themselves.

Tuesday, 11th September 2007

Halloween festival launches to the power of 15

ImageThe official website and advertising materials have now officially launched for the 2007 Halloween season at Disneyland Resort Paris, with the tagline “Halloween to the power of 15″ and a style which suggests the festival may return more to its Frontierland roots following several slightly confused years. The launch also includes the new festival logo and some photos to advertise the Disney Villains’ Halloween Showtime

Tuesday, 31st July 2007

‘Spooktacular’ Halloween for the 25th Anniversary

ImageA new press release has just been published confirming the main events for the 2007 Disney’s Halloween Festival. As expected, it’s a Halloween with a twist - the Pumpkinmen, Pink Witches, Stitch and the Disney Villains all return, but they’re going to be vying for attention against the regular 15th events, apparently continuing as normal. So no Maleficent dancing to “Tous en train!” then, sorry.

Friday, 1st June 2007

Once Upon a Dream for Christmas and Halloween

ImageThe latest issue of the Shareholders Club newsletter has just been published, with countless features and updates from the 25th Anniversary events. As a primary source of communication to shareholders, the resort must always push their new investments to the full - as well as providing updates for the Disney fans amongst the investors. The latest issue features one very important update - just what will happen to Disney’s Once Upon a Dream Parade during Christmas and Halloween?

Wednesday, 8th November 2006

Disney’s Halloween Party Night 2006

Pink Witches… Pirates… Disney Villains… Fantastical creatures… Ghost ships… and not a single Pumpkinman in sight! Disney’s Halloween Party Night 2006 promised an evening of entertainment based on ghostly pirates and rampaging Pink Witches, with meet ‘n’ greets, a Black Pearl Fireworks show and a strong blast of fire!

Thursday, 26th October 2006

When Main Street moves to Orange County

Since we’ve already taken a look at this year’s Disney Villain Parade and the new La Cavalcade de Stitch mini-parade, it’s probably about time to look at more horrors from Halloween 2006, such as the decorations. Four years ago, the Creative Entertainment department lived up to their name with the creation of the Pumpkinmen - a bizarre, unique being that would run amock across Disneyland Park during the season.

Tuesday, 10th October 2006

Ghoulish figures start to wake!

Disney Villain Parade 2006
Saturday 7th October saw the start of the 2006 Disney’s Halloween festival and the return of the popular Disney Villain Parade to Disneyland Park’s parade route (after the traditional rehearsal performance on Friday). It’s the fourth season of the park’s main Halloween entertainment offering, so if you’re young or if you’re old - don’t be left out in the cold! Find out what’s different in 2006…

Friday, 22nd September 2006

It’s Halloween-lo-ween already?

This year’s Halloween Festival at Disneyland Park begins around one week later than usual, kicking off on the 7th October 2006. Despite the late start, the Seasons & Entertainment department isn’t wasting any time in returning the horrors of previous Halloween seasons to the park…

Thursday, 21st September 2006

Disney unveils its MagicHalloween.com

Recap article: News from 15th September 2006.
The official website for the 2006 Halloween Festival at Disneyland Resort Paris is now open and ready to scare you silly at magichalloween.com. Along with a very professional Flash presentation style, the new mini-site also divulges a few new details about this year’s season and the controversial Stitch invasion…