Celebrate Familia and Oogie Boogie Bash at Disneyland Resort

Amigos, who’s excited about Oogie Boogie Bash and Dia De Los Muertos at Disneyland?

There is just SOOO much to celebrate at Disneyland Resort this fall. Our favorite park has transformed and celebrates “Dia De Los Muertos” now through November 2nd. Also, Oogie Boogie Bash has returned for select days during the month of September and October.

I took a sneak peek at this year’s seasonal merchandise and food and beverage offerings. The park has brought culture, super cool Halloween park transformations, and new spooky treats, and we are loving it

As I walked into the Plaza De Familia, I began to choke up because I could feel the essence of our rich Mexican culture. Disneyland has embraced our authentic traditions of “Dia De Los Muertos,” (Day Of the Dead) to bring our community together. Gracias!

Thank you Disneyland Resort for inviting me to your fall preview. All opinions are my own.

At Disney California Adventure Park, Plaza de la Familia comes to life with folklórico dancers, Mariachi, delicious food, interactive experiences and ‘A Musical Celebration of Coco.’ A special tribute to Día de los Muertos presents atraditional ‘ofrenda’ near Rancho del Zócalo Restaurante

Mariachi Espactular is performing daily ya’ll!

Don’t forget to say hello to Miguelito at Plaza De La Familia!

When you visit, Plaza De La Familia. You can taste, feel, and enjoy the sounds of Mexico. This SPECTACULAR Tree of Life is breathtaking and a must see when you visit the park.

The Treats are Spooktacular!

Disneyland Resort, has wowed us again! This year’s clever and colorful treats include the Poison Skull Apple, the Minnie Witch Apple, the Vampire Mickey Bat Cookie, the Oogie Boogie Crispy and the Cozy Cone Macaron, and so much more!

Click here for the full foodie guide!

Check Out the Haunted Mansion Transformation!

Come say hi to Jack and Sally! They are waiting for you…

This year is the 20th time that Haunted Mansion is transformed into Haunted Mansion Holiday at Disneyland Park! Jack Skellington, Sally and ghost dog Zero from “Tim Burton’s the Nightmare Before Christmas.”

Inside the halls, the latest Haunted Mansion gingerbread creation stands nearly 10-feet-tall! Not only is it creepy, it looks yummy enough to eat!

There are so many Instagram photo-ops in and around the park. Don’t forget to take quick pic and share with your friends!

Wicked and Spooky Must-Haves. I want it all!

This season’s hottest new items including pumpkin glow-in-the-dark spirit jerseys, glow
necklaces, Mickey and Minnie plush, two new collectible headbands featuring a Mickey
pumpkin and a Halloween plaid Minnie design, as well as new Halloween art.

And yes, I could not resist these adorable Nightmare Before Christmas Loungefly ears. The merch is AMAZING this season friends.

Thank you Disneyland for this incredible celebration! Enjoy these spooky festivities with your entire familia and your good friends too!

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