Disney’s Guest Halloween Tradition Has Cast Members Screaming

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TikToker Makingmainstreet posted another viral video this week, this time sharing the moment his family’s Disney Halloween tradition stopped Cast Members in their tracks.

When we first reported on the popular Disney lifestyle account, it was to share a video in which the Makingmainstreet girl sang “Happily Ever After” in hopes of reaching singer and Disney star Jordan Fisher. . The viral video reached Fisher in less than a week.

Jordan Fisher happily ever after
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“Oh my god,” Jordan Fisher commented on the original video from his verified TikTok account. “I love it.”

Now, the Makingmainstreet family has caught the attention of Disney cast members in a completely different but equally heartwarming way.

The family recently visited Walt Disney World‘s Magic Kingdom in costume to celebrate the Halloween season at Disney Parks. While costumes are generally banned in parks for safety reasons for visitors 14 or older, Halloween is the only time of year when costumes are not only allowed for all ages, but celebrated.

In a TikTok video that has nearly a million views in 3 days, the kids of Makingmainstreet approached unsuspecting Cast Members dressed like them.

Disney's Halloween Magic Kingdom
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“My favorite Disney Halloween moment so far!” Makingmainstreet captioned the video. “We dress like the real magic makers, y’all!”

When the “real magic makers” spotted the costumes, one of the cast members cried out in excitement.

“Oh! That’s the cutest thing I’ve ever seen!” the cast member said, clutching his chest and motioning for his co-workers to show them their Halloween tribute. of Disney stickers as more than a dozen Cast Members surrounded them to pose for a photo.

“This is the reaction of a person who loves doing magic,” commenter Holly Gladfelter wrote in response to the interaction.

Halloween Cast Member
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A former Disneyland cast member also weighed in on the clip in the comments section, sharing his thoughts on why cast members were so excited to see guests dressed in their outfits.

“Because you and your family viewed the cast members not only as humans, but as something to be emulated and admired,” Katie Scarlett Hendr wrote. “The fact that you and your wonderful family not only see and appreciate the cast members, but want to honor them in this way, is incredible.”

Makingmainstreet shared that it’s a tradition his family practices every year to recognize those responsible for creating “real magic” at the Disney parks.

The full video of the sweet swap can be viewed below, or by clicking here.

My favorite Disney Halloween moment so far! 🥹🥹🥹 We dress like the real magic makers, y’all! #disneyparks #disneyhalloween #disneycastmembers #disneycastlife #waltdisneyworld #mickeysnotsoscaryhalloweenparty #mnsshp #notsoscary #letsboothis @disneyparks

@makingmainstreet

My favorite Disney Halloween moment so far! 🥹🥹🥹 We dress like the real magic makers, y’all! #disneyparks #disneyhalloween #disneycastmembers #disneycastlife #waltdisneyworld #mickeysnotsoscaryhalloweenparty #mnsshp #notsoscary #letsboothis @disneyparks

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Learn more about dressing up for Disney Halloween events

mickey minnie halloween
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The costume guidelines according to Disney’s official site read as follows.

We suggest you dress comfortably, wear good walking shoes, and check the local weather before heading to the Walt Disney World Resort parks.

Please note the specific costume guidelines for these 2 events:

Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party
Disney After Hours Villains
While we encourage creativity, we also value safety and good judgment. If you plan to attend these special events, take a moment to read our latest rules and regulations:

For visitors 13 and under:

Costumes and some costume masks may be worn; masks should provide unobstructed peripheral vision at all times with openings to allow full view of the eyes.

For customers 14 years or older:
Costumes may be worn in accordance with these guidelines. Guests who fail to adhere to these guidelines may be denied entry and/or expelled from Disney Parks unless their costume can be altered to meet the above standards:
All guests may dress as their favorite character, but may not pose for photos or sign autographs for other guests.
Costumes should be family-friendly and should not be embarrassing, offensive, objectionable or violent.
Costumes must not contain props or accessories that resemble or could easily be mistaken for an actual weapon.
Costumes must not contain sharp objects, pointed objects, or materials that could accidentally strike another guest.
Layered costumes or costume accessories that enclose the entire body are strongly discouraged and may be subject to additional security screening.
Costumes cannot reach or drag on the floor. (eg full length princess dresses)
Cloaks can be worn if the length does not fall below the waist.
Themed t-shirts, blouses, sweatshirts and hats are acceptable.
Acceptable props include: translucent wings, plastic lightsabers, toy swords, and tutus. Costume headgear can be worn as long as it does not cover the face.
Costume masks of any kind may not be worn.

boo to you halloween parade
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Do you have a favorite Disney Parks Halloween costume? Share yours in the comments below!

Herman C. Harkins