In 2019 at Disneyland, for example, Minnie and Mickey Mouse wore magician outfits while Donald and Daisy Duck dressed like a devil and witch.But this year, Minnie will be a cat, Mickey will be a pumpkin, and Donald will be candy corn.Back in 2018, Mickey wore a pumpkin-printed robe with an orange-and-black top hat. Minnie, on the other hand, donned a bow shaped like bat wings. This year at Disneyland, parkgoers can enjoy ghost-pepper nachos, Jack Skellington cupcakes, and more.This year's bucket — sold at both Disney World and Disneyland — is shaped like Mickey Mouse dressed as a mummy.Disneyland also sells a collectible cup shaped like Donald Duck in a candy corn costume.Luckily for fans, there seem to be plenty of these items available, so you won't have to wait on a six-hour line to buy them like some fans did when Figment buckets were released.The Haunted Mansion is meant to look eerie all year long, but extra decorations are added to give the ride a The Nightmare Before Christmas theme for September and October.Halloween ride overlays can also be found on Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission - BREAKOUT! and on two attractions in the Cars Land section.The Oogie Boogie Bash party — which requires a ticket separate from theme-park admission — has been held annually at Disney's California Adventure theme park since 2019.The Frightfully Fun Parade also takes place each night during the party.The event includes a fireworks show hosted by Jack Skellington, specialty food and drinks, and Mickey's Boo-To-You Halloween Parade.Held in front of Cinderella's castle, the Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular brings the Sanderson Sisters to Orlando, Florida. The three witches host a Halloween party onstage, and bring villainous guests like Maleficent with them.The nighttime show is only available to those who purchase a Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party ticket.Disney employees provide bags to each attendee that enters the party — including small children, teenagers, and adult park-goers. Allergy-specific bags are also available.Thunderstorms and chilly days can happen at any time, but Florida's hurricane season typically lasts between August and November.Most recently, some people chose to shelter in Disney's resorts after Disney World announced in late September that its parks would close for two days as Hurricane Ian made its way across the state.The park begins celebrating in October with Donald's Halloween Treat Cavalcade – a nightly parade that features both villains and characters like Daisy Duck.There's also the This IS Halloween! dance party, where a DJ plays music alongside Jack Skellington and Sally.Mickey and friends wear costumes throughout the Hong Kong theme park, as do characters like Duffy the Bear, ShellieMay, and Winnie the Pooh.You can see many of these characters at once via Mickey's Halloween Time Street Party, a musical parade held each day during the fall season.The park's Let's Get Wicked musical, for example, is a celebration of villains that you can only see during the fall.Unlike Disney theme parks in the US, those who visit Tokyo Disney Resort can dress up in Halloween costumes during any day of the festival. The park currently has a guide regarding acceptable outfits on its website.