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Third “Terrorific Night” Halloween party at the Studios sees zombies multiply – over two nights!

Friday, 8th July 2011 at 16:55

Tickets won’t be available for a few days yet, but Disneyland Paris has just confirmed the return of the popular Terrorific Night Halloween party to Walt Disney Studios Park, sending over the first advertising visual above (click for the full image). The event was launched in 2009 by French entertainment retailer FNAC as a more “adult” antidote to the Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at the original gate, but moved to full Disney control last year with a hugely well-received night that saw several Studios attractions given “Terrorific” overlays. Zombies, for example, patrolled a spookily-lit forest route of Studio Tram Tour: Behind the Magic (where during the day, the only zombies are the bored guests on-board) while Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster and Crush’s Coaster featured special soundtracks.

Now in its third year, the event has become popular enough that 2011 will see not one but TWO nights of frights in the second gate, multiplying to cover both the 29th and 30th October 2011. This is in addition to the returning Not-So-Scary Halloween Party nights at Disneyland Park on 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th October and the main event itself, Disney’s Halloween Party on 31st October, giving a grand total of seven Halloween party nights. Scary!

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  • this looks horrible not really for children more of an adult thing i think. any one been before, i have been to the other party in magic kingdom which was good halloween night a few years back the decorations in paris are much better than america with the pumpkin men/ladies but was disapointed with the halloween parade it should all of been halloween themed maybe it has changed since we went? florida’s halloween parade was great with the headless horse man trick or treating around the park etc

  • Does this event then prove that Disney’s changing its parks to suit the wrong crowd? This even alone clearly shows that adults appreciate Disney too and that they should be building things more adult orientated. I’d LOVE to go to these events. How do I book them? Through the main dlp site?

  • Will there be any Mazes like in the UK Theme Parks.

  • This makes me so happy, even though I’m not attending. It’s a shame dlp can only market halloween parties, I love hard-ticketed events in the parks. I feel this is a great start and in the future I’d like to see Christmas parties and maybe even a second attempt at the Pirate and Princess parties?

  • Oh, wow! This looks terrifying lol.
    I really wish I could go, even though I’m petrified of the idea of zombies! It’s great that Disney have realized that Disneyland isn’t just for the kiddies :D

  • We went last year.
    Our pictures are on our website’s page here:

    Check out my DLP Halloween 2010 Trip Report here – it has a huge section about Terrorific from last year!


  • Natalie  10 days ago

    Where and when can i get my tickets!

  • Crucified  7 days ago

    Not available yet, will keep you updated with new info

  • Natalie  3 days ago

    great thank you!

  • Would be great to know how to get tickets, as I am there!!!

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