Oh, how I love Disneyland in the fall,  The Haunted Mansion is all decorated up and there’s Huge Mickey Pumpkins everywhere. Disneyland heard our prayers and has released details on a new Halloween party for adults. and guess what  Alcohol is involved. Wow, dreams really do come true.

The new party, Oogie Boogie Bash, will debut in Disney California Adventure Park this coming  September. It’s like Micky’s Halloween Party but with some major upgrades, especially in the villain department. The Nightmare Before Christmas-inspired event is jam-packed with wild rides, Oogie Boogie, and all his villain friends.

Now, let’s get into why we’re all really here: the food and booze. Carthay Circle, the iconic movie palace and chic restaurant (with amazing drinks!), will be showcasing some serious digital enhancements. The outside of the building will be engulfed by Maleficent’s vines—but once you step inside, things get crazier. The restaurant will be transformed into an immersive, haunted experience complete with sounds and illusions. CAN’T WAIT.

Oh, and get this: Alcohol is sold openly (!!!!!), which is not the norm for Disneyland. The Oogie Boogie Bash has all the wholesome-family goodness of Disney, plus alcohol.

After dancing your heart out at the new Descendants-inspired DescenDANCE Party, you can make your way over to Oogie Boogie Bash’s hallmark treat trails. You can snag some candy from cauldrons casually lining the path as you make your way down the villain-ridden lane.

Then, armed with a pillowcase full of snacks, head over to the Villainous! “World of Color” show, Frightfully Fun Parade, or Mickey’s Trick and Treat Show. Make sure to hit the revamped and spook-tacular Redwood Creek Challenge Trail while you’re there, too.

Oogie Boogie Bash is only open for a limited time: September 17 through October 31. The party requires special admission; tickets cost between $110 and $145 per person and can be bought on Disneyland.com.

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