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Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party Is Worth Every Penny (Pictures)

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party
Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, December 16, 2022. 19FortyFive Original Image.

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party: A Photo Essay – Lately, it seems Disney has been in a bit of a rough patch. The Disney streaming service, Disney+, doesn’t make any money and is losing billions of dollars. There is CEO drama. The stock price is way down. And while the Disney theme parks are total cash machines, we can say from our review of Disney World’s Grand Floridian that their hotels leave much to be desired. 

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Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, December 16, 2022. 19FortyFive Original Image.

But we do have one big bright spot to report on. The 19FortyFive gang headed to Florida to get a sense of Disney’s much-touted Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party. Our goal was to see if it is genuinely worth the high price tag and the longlines you will undoubtedly encounter. 

Thankfully, we have good news to share. We can say that, yes, Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party is truly worth every penny and nothing less than a visual spectacular that one has to see to believe. 

Instead of the generic write-up you can read anywhere, we wanted to spend time SHOWING YOU how unique this Disney treat is and why almost all of these special ticketed events are worth your hard-earned cash.

Below we have a photo essay showing you everything we saw at Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party event on the evening of December 16: 

Mickey Mouse

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, December 16, 2022. 19FortyFive Original Image.

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Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, December 16, 2022. 19FortyFive Original Image.

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party 2022

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, December 16, 2022. 19FortyFive Original Image.

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, December 16, 2022. 19FortyFive Original Image.

Walt Disney World

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, December 16, 2022. 19FortyFive Original Image.

Space Mountain, December 16, 2022.

Space Mountain. Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, December 16, 2022. 19FortyFive Original Image.

Mickey Mouse

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, December 16, 2022. 19FortyFive Original Image.

Space Mountain. Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, December 16, 2022. 19FortyFive Original Image.

Space Mountain. Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, December 16, 2022. 19FortyFive Original Image.

Walt Disney World.

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, December 16, 2022. 19FortyFive Original Image.

Tomorrowland

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, December 16, 2022. 19FortyFive Original Image.

Disneyworld Christman Tree, December 16, 2022.

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, December 16, 2022. 19FortyFive Original Image.

Cinderella's Castle

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, December 16, 2022. 19FortyFive Original Image.

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, December 16, 2022. 19FortyFive Original Image.

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, December 16, 2022. 19FortyFive Original Image.

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, December 16, 2022. 19FortyFive Original Image.

Expert Biography: Harry J. Kazianis (@Grecianformula) serves as President and CEO of Rogue States Project, a bipartisan national security think tank. He has held senior positions at the Center for the National Interest, the Heritage Foundation, the Potomac Foundation, and Pacific Forum. Kazianis has also worked as a defense journalist, serving as Editor-In-Chief of the Diplomat and Executive Editor of The National Interest. His ideas have been published in the New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, CNN, CNBC, and many other outlets across the political spectrum. He holds a graduate degree focusing on International Relations from Harvard University and is the author of the book The Tao of A2/AD, a study of Chinese military modernization.

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Harry J. Kazianis (@Grecianformula) is a Senior Editor for 19FortyFive and serves as President and CEO of Rogue States Project, a bipartisan national security think tank. He has held senior positions at the Center for the National Interest, the Heritage Foundation, the Potomac Foundation, and many other think tanks and academic institutions focused on defense issues. He served on the Russia task force for U.S. Presidential Candidate Senator Ted Cruz, and in a similar task force in the John Hay Initiative. His ideas have been published in the New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, CNN, CNBC, and many other outlets across the political spectrum. He holds a graduate degree in International Relations from Harvard University and is the author of The Tao of A2/AD, a study of Chinese military modernization. Kazianis also has a background in defense journalism, having served as Editor-In-Chief at The Diplomat and Executive Editor for the National Interest.

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