First Halloween Merchandise Arrives at Walt Disney World & More: Daily Recap (7/4/24)

Katie Francis

Collage: Top left, Disney-themed "My Boo" T-shirt; top right, a castle with turrets; bottom left, three characters dressed as pirates; bottom right, a fireworks display—your daily recap.

First Halloween Merchandise Arrives at Walt Disney World & More: Daily Recap (7/4/24)

4th of July celebrations took place across the U.S. Disney Parks, Halloween merchandise moved in, and Tokyo Disney Resort announced a drone show coming to various locations across Japan — all this and more in today’s daily recap for Thursday, July 4, 2024.

Walt Disney World


A large crowd watches a vibrant Fourth of July fireworks display in the night sky over EPCOT. Bright red and yellow fireworks light up the area, with some palm trees visible on the right side.

Walt Disney World Resort Hotels

A golf cart parade features a cart adorned with American flags, Mickey Mouse, and patriotic items driving down the street. Several people are seated on the cart, as delighted spectators watch along the route.

New Merchandise

A gray t-shirt featuring a ghost-shaped mouse character holding a pumpkin, flying bats, and a moon. The text reads "My Boo Walt Disney World," adding a spooky touch to the Halloween merchandise displayed on the shelf with other folded clothes.

Other Walt Disney World News

Disneyland Resort

Two Disneyland-themed Halloween t-shirts on display: a gray one with a ghost Mickey and "My Boo" text, and an orange one with Lightning McQueen in a spooky Halloween scene under a full moon.

Tokyo Disney Resort

A night sky display features “Fantasy Springs” spelled out in lights with small decorative elements. City lights are visible in the distance below.

The Walt Disney Company

A man is shown holding several Mickey Mouse plush toys. The text on the image reads "Walt Disney Treasures: Personal Art and Artifacts from the Walt Disney Family Museum." This exhibit highlights iconic memorabilia curated by the renowned museum.

Universal Studios

Universal Orlando Resort

Display of Woody Woodpecker-themed sports apparel including red, black, and blue jerseys, shorts, and shirts, arranged on shelves and hangers in a retail store.

Universal Studios Japan

That’s it for today; we hope you enjoyed this Daily Recap. Thanks for stopping by, and we’ll see you tomorrow!

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