Disney World hosts two Christmas parties this year: Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party and Jollywood Nights. Here is the latest on what to expect with these two events and ticket availability.
Jollywood Night is a new holiday event for 2023. The overall aesthetic is old Hollywood glitzy glam. There’s a live swing band outside the Hollywood Tower Hotel, the Brown Derby turns into a jazzy speak-easy, and you can watch a variety-style live stage show.
Not only will you find exclusive entertainment, but there are also characters, shorter wait times for attractions, and themed snacks and beverages. While the first night was not too great, Disney did add more characters and make some changes.
Hopefully the rest of the events go smoothly!
Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party
The other party, Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, is a Disney World mainstay. On select evenings throughout the holiday season, Magic Kingdom transforms into a winter wonderland with ride overlays, special parade and fireworks show, character meets, and free treats!
This is one of my (Monica) favorite events to attend every year. I’ve put together a list of my 15 best tips to help you have a productive and fun evening. You can read about that in this post.
MVCMP is a Guest-favorite event every year.
Just yesterday, we shared that a previously sold-out date for Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party was available once again. This left two dates that had ticket availability.
Now, MVMCP is completely sold out for the year. Overnight, both events sold out. If you still need ticket, you may have a little luck checking the day of.
As for Jollywood Nights, several events sold out overnight. November 29, December 4, and December 6 are now sold out. This only leaves two dates available: December 16 and 20.
We knew this would happen. Potential party-goers were waiting for reviews to come in for the event before purchasing tickets. With the last few events going smoothly, we expect this event to completely sell out as well.
Are you attending Jollywood Nights or MVCMP in 2023? Let us know in the comments below.