Disneytown to Host First Ever Halloween Carnival
Located adjacent to Shanghai Disneyland, Disneytown will hold its first Halloween Carnival after its Grand Opening, hosting a delightful holiday atmosphere through abundant free, family friendly activities. Mickey and Minnie will be dressed in brand-new Halloween costumes at Disneytown every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and Halloween day from October 14 through October 31. Guests can watch Jack-O-Lantern carving demonstrations, enjoy face painting, and revel in various other authentic Halloween traditions. There will be a nighttime Halloween Dance Party on the Lakeshore stage starting 7:30pm, with a DJ playing upbeat music and enchanting Halloween lights that guarantee a spooktacular night for young adults. On October 31, guests can also participate in the traditional Halloween activity “Trick or Treating” at selected Disneytown tenants.
With the allure of a charming village and the excitement of an international crossroads, the Disneytown shopping, dining and entertainment district is a place for guests to reconnect with family and friends, or to explore a variety of new experiences. The World of Disney store at Disneytown offers various Halloween themed merchandise as well.
There is no charge for admission. The parking fee for cars that enter the Car & Coach Park after 1pm is 30rmb per day. Metro Line 11 will also take guests directly to the front steps of Shanghai Disney Resort.
THE LION KING Special Halloween Offer
In addition to all the stuff going on with the Halloween Carnival at Disneytown, the venue is also hosting the first-ever Mandarin production of Disney’s classic musical The Lion King! From now till October 31, guests who purchase any top 3 category ticket of any show within this period can enjoy a Halloween special discount up to 30% off of The Lion King tickets. Come with your family or friends together and join the circle of life!
To order tickets, please scan QR code below or visit here.
The Lion King Mandarin Production Performance Times (schedules subject to change)
Evening Performances: 7pm, every Tuesday to Saturday; 6.30pm every Sunday
Day Performances: 1:30pm every Saturday, 1pm every Sunday
Notes: The show runs 2.5 hours with a 15-minute intermission. No show on Monday.
About The Lion King
Produced by Disney Theatrical Productions, The Lion King remains ascendant as one of the most popular stage musicals in the world since its Broadway premiere in 1997. So far, 23 global productions have been seen by more than 85 million people and, cumulatively, run a staggering 132 years. The Lion King has earned more than 70 major arts awards globally including Best Musical from the Tony Awards®. Its worldwide gross exceeds that of any film, Broadway show, or other entertainment title in box office history. With the opening of the Shanghai Disney Resort, the first-ever Mandarin production of The Lion King musical is now on stage exclusively at the Walt Disney Grand Theatre in Disneytown.