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Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party

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Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party
Magic Kingdom
Opening date1983; 40 years ago (1983)[1]
Ride statistics
Attraction typeSeasonal Event
ThemeChristmastime, characters created by Disney
OwnerDisney Parks
WebsiteOfficial website

Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party also known as MVMCP is an event hosted at Disney's Magic Kingdom on select nights all throughout November and December in the lead-up to Christmas. It features holiday entertainment such as a parade, dance parties, character meet-and-greets, and complimentary treat stations. The event runs from 7:00 pm to midnight, but party guests can enter starting from 4:00 pm. Entrance to Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party requires a separate ticket from regular general admission.[2]


MVMCP started in 1983.[3]

In 2014, A Frozen Holiday Wish replaced another show that featured Cinderella and her Fairy Godmother.[4][5]

Celebrate the Season, the show on the stage in front of Cinderella's Castle, was replaced by Mickey's Most Merriest Celebration Stage Show in 2016.

From 2003 until November 8, 2019, a holiday edition of the Wishes fireworks show, Holiday Wishes, occurred during the party.[6] It included a medley of the original Wishes soundtrack with some Christmas season songs mixed in. The show started with Tinker Bell flying over the castle with narration by Jiminy Cricket. Along with the fireworks, there was a lighting display project onto Cinderella Castle with Santa Claus, and illuminating the castle green so it resembled a Christmas tree.

On June 23, 2022, Disney announced that Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party would return to the Magic Kingdom after being cancelled in 2020 due to COVID-19.[3]


Mickey's Once Upon A Christmastime Parade

The parade has two performance times on its given night[3][5] and its route takes it down Main Street, USA. The parade features Disney characters like Mickey and Minnie Mouse along with numerous others such as; Goofy, Chip "n" Dale, Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Marching Toy Soldiers, Dancing Reindeer, Gingerbread men, and Ole Saint Nick.[7]

Minnie's Wonderful Christmastime Fireworks

Minnie Mouse hosts an exclusive, festive firework display featuring famous Christmas carols such as Deck the Halls and We Wish You a Merry Christmas.[8]


Mickey's Most Merriest Celebration Stage Show

Shown four times during the night, Mickey's Most Merriest Celebration show can be seen on the stage in front of Cinderella's Castle. This show stars Disney characters such as Mickey and Minnie, Pluto, Donald Duck, Goofy, Snow White, Dopey, Clarabelle Cow, and Woody and Jessie dressed up in their Christmas outfits. In addition to characters, there are also live performers singing and dancing to classic Christmas carols.

A Frozen Holiday Wish

During the month of November, Cinderella Castle is covered in 200,000 LED lights to resemble being frosted in ice and snow — an effect called Castle Dream Lights on Cinderella Castle. At dusk, there is a short show featuring the characters from Frozen in which Elsa uses her ice powers to frost over the castle. This show can be viewed by all guests every night during the holiday season and is repeated again during the time of the exclusive Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party.[9][10]

A Totally Tomorrowland Christmas Show

A Totally Tomorrowland Christmas Show is a twenty-minute performance featured several times a night on the Tomorrowland stage. This show features Buzz Lightyear and Mike Wazowski teaching Stitch the meaning of Christmas before Buzz Lightyear laser blasts Santa out of the sky.[11]

Character meetups

Numerous characters appear throughout the Magic Kingdom to meet guests and take pictures. The characters are dressed in holiday themes exclusive to the Christmas season. Along with the regular characters who appear in the park, some rare characters, such as the seven dwarfs, make appearances for special events.[12]

There are also generally two character dance parties throughout the night. Dance parties provide guests with the opportunity to dance with Disney characters like Woody, Jessie, and Bullseye. In the past, dance parties have been held in the Diamond Horseshoe and Cosmic Ray's Starlight Café.[13]

Rides and Attractions

Popular attractions will be open throughout the party. In the past, some attractions that have been open are The Haunted Mansion, Space Mountain, and Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin. The rides that are open are not guaranteed to be the same every year.[14]

Jingle Cruise

While not exclusive to the party, Jingle Cruise is limited to the Christmas season after debuting in 2013. The original Jungle Cruise ride is modified to include a Christmas theme throughout the queue, the boat's names are changed, and the skippers have updated holiday jokes.[15]


There are numerous complimentary snack stations set up around the park. In addition to the traditional cookies and hot chocolate, some locations also offer snow cones, eggnog, pretzels, and chocolate milk.[16]

See also


  1. ^ This Day in Disney History – December 16
  2. ^ Sehlinger, Bob; Testa, Len (6 September 2011). The Unofficial Guide: Walt Disney World 2012. Wiley. p. 43. ISBN 9781118012338.
  3. ^ a b c "Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party – complete insider's guide". Orlando Informer. Retrieved 2023-01-13.
  4. ^ Kenny the Pirate (6 June 2013). "Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party Shows". Kenny the Pirate. Retrieved 7 June 2014.
  5. ^ a b by (2010-11-02). "A look at Walt Disney World's 2010 holiday season events". Attractions Magazine. Retrieved 2023-01-13.
  6. ^ Baker, Scott (26 November 2012). "Holiday Wishes Fireworks Show at the Magic Kingdom". Orlando Local Guide. Retrieved 8 June 2014.
  7. ^ Bricker, Tom. "Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party 2014 Tips". Disney Tourist Blog. Retrieved 6 June 2014.
  8. ^ Sara. "Minnie's Wonderful Christmastime Fireworks Returning to Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party." Chip & Company, 3 Sept. 2022,
  9. ^ Slater, Shawn, Communications Manager, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Creative Entertainment. ""A Frozen Holiday Wish" for Magic Kingdom Park". Disney Parks Blog. Retrieved 27 October 2014.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
  10. ^ WDWMAGIC.COM. "Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party guide map". WDWMAGIC.COM. Archived from the original on 10 November 2014. Retrieved 7 November 2014.
  11. ^ Kenny the Pirate (6 June 2013). "Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party Shows". Kenny the Pirate. Retrieved 7 June 2014.
  12. ^ Noyes, Heather (2020-10-10). "Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party Guide". WDW Travels.
  13. ^ "2014 Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party". Mouse for Less. Retrieved 8 June 2014.
  14. ^ "2014 Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party". Mouse for Less. Retrieved 8 June 2014.
  15. ^ Brigante, Ricky (9 November 2013). "Jingle Cruise sails into Walt Disney World with jolly new jokes, few new decorations adorn holiday overlay". Inside the Magic. Retrieved 8 June 2014.
  16. ^ "2019 Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party (map, best dates, touring plan)". WDW Prep School. 2018-11-17. Retrieved 2019-03-25.

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