It’s Halloween Time at Disneyland and Disney World resorts. Beginning September 3 – October 31, 2021, Disney will cast a Halloween spell over their parks and attractions. Here are over twenty of the cutest Halloween ears for Disney. Updated for 2021.
Disneyland turned over the park from summer to Halloween last weekend and I was excited to visit after being away for so long. It’s just so festive and full of yummy seasonal treats. We saw (socially distanced, of course) Mickey and Minnie, Jack and Sally, and even Pooh dressed up for Halloween during our visit. It was so much fun.
Disney parks don’t allow adults to dress in costumes unless it is during an official Halloween Party event (like the Oogie-Boogie bash, see below). So, Halloween ears (and even matching face masks) is what it will have to be. Here is a round up of my favorite Halloween ears for Disney.
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Official Disney Ear Headbands
Browsing Disneyland merchandise is one of my favorite things to do. Megan and I spent the morning at Disneyland back in 2019. We rode one ride, ate and shopped. It was a perfect morning for two moms without kids at the park. We definitely need to find a day to visit together again soon – maybe Christmas!
New Disney Halloween Ears for 2021
Disney-Inspired Halloween Headbands from Etsy
The makers on Etsy have some incredible Disney-inspired headbands for Halloween. Ear headbands range in prices at the parks but you can find some downright affordable ones (and not so affordable ones too, check out that Oogie-Boogie one for over $50) on Etsy.
Props to the Etsy makers who created matching ears and face masks. Great idea as all indoor spaces at the parks require face masks indoors – why not make them match?
Here’s a collection of our favorites.
Is the Oogie Boogie Bash Worth It?
Returning after being closed in 2020, Disneyland will hold their annual Halloween party event called the Oogie-Boogie Bash at California Adventure. If you aren’t familiar, the Halloween Party is a special ticketed event held within one of the Disney parks. The night includes trick-or-treating, tons of themed treats at Trolley Treats, and a parade. This year’s theme is Oogie Boogie Bash featuring Oogie himself and his band of baddies.
It’s been several years since I’ve attended Disneyland’s Halloween Party. In fact, the last one I went to was at California Adventure and it was a lot of fun. Jack and Sally roamed Buena Vista Street and the headless horseman rode through the park. Music played, we danced with my then 2 year old dressed as Tigger. It’s definitely a memorable event!
Will you be visiting Disneyland during the Halloween season? Check out this post to see what treats will appear at each Disney park this Halloween!