Only one more date open for tickets at 2023 Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party in Walt Disney World

Nov 22, 2023 in "Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party"

Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party 2023 highlights
Posted: Wednesday November 22, 2023 3:42pm ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Only one date remains available for this year's Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom.

November 28 and December 12 reached capacity today, leaving December 14, 2023, as the only available date. The 2022 party was completely sold out by November 19, 2022.

The 2023 Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party dates are:

November: 9 (Sold out), 10 (Sold out), 13 (sold out), 14 (sold out), 16 (sold out), 17 (sold out), 19 (sold out), 21 (sold out), 22 (sold out), 26 (sold out), 28 (sold out), 30 (sold out)
December: 1 (sold out), 3 (sold out), 5 (sold out), 7 (sold out), 8 (sold out), 10 (sold out), 12 (sold out), 14, 15 (sold out), 17 (sold out), 19 (sold out), 21 (sold out), 22 (sold out)

Returning shows and entertainment include "Mickey's Most Merriest Celebration," "Minnie's Wonderful Christmastime Fireworks," and "Mickey's Once Upon a Christmastime Parade."

Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party takes place from 7:00 pm to midnight.

Ticket holders will be admitted to Magic Kingdom park as early as 4:00 pm on the valid date of their ticket. These date-specific event tickets do not require an additional day theme park ticket or theme park reservation.

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bwr8276 days ago

Sounds awesome, thanks! Now I’m just trying to figure out whether we can do this late night and then rope drop another park the next morning…

Splash4eva6 days ago

If you are ride oriented yes definitely worth it. The parks are on the lighter side to begin with and during the parties they thin out even more… if you last until the end it will feel like you own the park. Get there at 4 when they open the gates for party ticket people. You will not regret it

wdwmagic6 days ago

Yes the wait times are minimal. The party is busy, but that is mostly around entertainment on Main Street.

bwr8276 days ago

Resurrecting this thread to ask: is the party worth it if my family’s main focus is the rides? Might we expect ride lines to be short enough that we could go on most attractions twice?

larryzDec 28, 2023

I have my own name for "AccuWeather": "Inaccuweather."

JD80Dec 27, 2023

I had a great time and I think it was ultimately worth the cash for my family of 5. We went on the 19th.

pdude81Dec 26, 2023

Responding to the two posts above me as to why the parties stop before Christmas.

AylaDec 26, 2023

The last party was Dec 22nd.

pdude81Dec 26, 2023

I think if they are going to have massive crowds Christmas week, they don't need to double sell park admission. And if you didn't buy G+ to get on rides, you can at least see the holiday parade and fireworks.

rogerrabbitfan9Dec 25, 2023

Tourism travel has historically dropped off a cliff after New Years. People generally need to get back to life after Christmas.

Mikey73181Dec 25, 2023

I’m actually surprised at the shorter window that the Christmas parties have compared to Halloween. Then Halloween parties run slightly past Halloween, where the Christmas parties actually stop a few days before Christmas and they have the parade, fireworks and stage show during regular hours.

NunuDec 23, 2023

I like it more than the Halloween party, too. Glad you had a great time.

bmr1591Dec 23, 2023

My first time at the Christmas party and really enjoyed it. I liked it much more than Halloween. Can’t wait to go back next year.

jrhwdwDec 23, 2023

How is it the last night for MVMCP already?! Looks like it was a great season! Let's hope for a great rest of the year!......