If you’re planning a vacation to Walt Disney World Resort or Disneyland Resort, the very first thing you should do is check the Disney calendar for special events which may limit your time spent in the Park.
But, let’s say you either didn’t know about the Disney special ticketed event or hope to stay for as long as possible in the Disney Park. Well, you will eventually get kicked out by a Disney Cast Member. How long can you hold out before getting the boot to the exit?
Disney Parks are big on special ticketed events! These are events that occur after the Park closes to the general public. Typically this means reduced hours for regular Park ticket holders.
A Guest visiting one of these special events would need to purchase a party ticket to enjoy the perks of the event, such as unique food, decorations, Disney characters, ride enhancements, holiday fireworks, a special parade, and more.
When the party begins, however, regular Park Guests are slowly pushed to the exit by Cast Members looking for those without party wristbands.
At Disneyland Resort, the extremely popular Oogie Boogie Bash – A Disney Halloween Party at Disney California Adventure is a fan favorite. Tickets to Oogie Boogie Bash allow Guests to enter the Park 3 hours before the party starts at 6:00 pm.
Inside the Park with Mark shared his experience of entering Disney California Adventure on the night of an Oogie Boogie Bash Party. Since he didn’t have a Halloween party ticket, he waited around to see how long he could stay in the Park before being asked to leave.
As you’ll see in the video, Mark didn’t hide to keep away from Cast Members. Check out his experience and his final kick-out time in the video below:
Wow! It’s impressive that he got to see as much as he did of the Oogie Boogie Bash… all without a ticket for the event.
It looks like, in total, the official kick-out time based on his experience was a full 1 hour.
To get the full benefit of one of Disney’s special ticketed events, we recommend purchasing a ticket as the best way to enjoy the excitement without the fear of being kicked out of the theme park.