I’ve been enjoying re-watching a lot of Disney Parks Halloween shows from the past few years, and I threw them into a YouTube playlist for easy viewing. Between The Haunted Mansion, Nightmare Before Christmas, and Villains (among others) there’s a lot to work with.
Disneyland: Halloween Screams Fireworks
The best Halloween fireworks. Narrated by Jack Skellington, and featuring loads of projections combined with fireworks, this is probably my favorite of the Disney Parks Halloween shows.
Disneyland: Frightfully Fun Parade
This parade starts off with Sleepy Hollow’s Headless Horseman and flows nicely from there. As a bonus, this video is edited and removes a lot of delays between parade floats.
Walt Disney World: Hocus Pocus Villain Spectacular Show
Hocus Pocus is very popular among my age group. Who doesn’t love the Sanderson sisters?
Walt Disney World: Boo-to-You Parade
This parade features a lot more regular Disney characters, but with a Halloween touch.
Walt Disney World: Happy Hallowishes Fireworks
Disney World’s fireworks, narrated by the Haunted Mansion’s Ghost Host.
Tokyo Disneyland: Halloween Celebration Street
The Halloween version of Tokyo Disneyland’s World Bazaar projection show.
Tokyo DisneySea: The Villains World Show
DisneySea’s Halloween harbor show, in which the villains (and their hundreds of dancers!) take over the park.
Tokyo Disneyland: Spooky “Boo” Parade
There’s something about Tokyo Disneyland’s interpretations of our holidays that I’m just drawn to, combined with addictive music. It does have a parade stop in the middle that gets sort of boring if you don’t know Japanese, so you might want to fast forward through that part.
Tokyo Disneyland: Happy Halloween Harvest Parade
We saw this parade the first time we went to Tokyo Disneyland. Nothing says Halloween like weird deflating pumpkins and cowboys (with multiple lassos!).
Tokyo DisneySea: Mysterious Masquerade Show
Tokyo DisneySea’s previous Halloween show. The Disney characters attend a Halloween masquerade ball and chaos ensues. Enjoyable even without knowing what they’re saying.