Photos: Get a Sneak Peak at Disneyland's Delightfully Haunted Halloween Celebrations

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Disney is rolling out the red carpet for fall festivities at the Disneyland resort, from Sept. 3 through Oct. 31, 2021 in Anaheim.
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Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion is decked out in “The Nightmare Before Christmas” decorations for "Haunted Mansion Holiday," part of the park’s Halloween celebrations.
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In 2020, the coronavirus pandemic prevented many of the typical Disney Halloween festivities.
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The Haunted Mansion is full of spooky surprises this year, said Principle Art Director Brad Kaye. “You go into the stretching room and the portions change. And instead of the beautiful artwork at the top, Jack Skellington appears.”
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Visitors to the Plaza de la Familia can celebrate with characters from Disney Pixar’s Coco. The film celebrates the long-lasting bonds families share, and takes place on Dia de los Muertos.
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The Grammy-award-winning Mariachi Divas played in Disneyland’s Plaza de la Familia on Sept. 9, 2021.
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The Plaza de la Familia is in Disneyland through November 2, 2021, complete with music, Folklorico dancers, and Miguel from the movie “Coco.”
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Other Disney Halloween events include the Main Street Pumpkin Festival and the Oogie Boogie Bash.
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