Dress Code Guidelines
Dress code guidelines have always been a part of Grad Nite at the Disneyland Resort. Ties, jackets, skirts and dressy shoes were once a regular part of the Grad Nite experience; however, over the years the dress code has evolved to keep up with the current fashion and trends to make everyone more comfortable to enjoy this great celebration.
The Disneyland Resort dress code guidelines and prohibited items have been established to ensure a safe event for all our Guests. It is ultimately the school’s responsibility to ensure that all Students and Chaperones adhere to the Disneyland Dress Code Guidelines upon arrival.
Please note some individual schools’ dress code policies may be stricter than that of the Disneyland Resort. We highly suggest that all schools should conduct their own Security and Dress Code screening prior to departure and arrival at the Disneyland Resort for faster and smoother processing once at the Main Entrance.
Things to remember:
It is ultimately the school’s responsibility to ensure that all Students and Chaperones adhere to the Disneyland Resort Grad Nite Dress Code Guidelines.
Failure to follow the Dress Code Guidelines may result in delayed admission and / or denial of admission to the Disneyland Resort or Grad Nite event.
Disneyland Resort Security has the right to refuse admission to anyone they deem inappropriately dressed.
All apparel must be in good condition (excessively ripped or torn jeans, shirts, etc. are prohibited) and extremely revealing clothing is not allowed.
Disneyland Resort Prohibited Items:
Pets (Service Animals are permitted and must be wearing an identifying assistive companion vest)
Wagons, Skateboards, Scooters (motorized and non-motorized), Inline Skates, Shoes with built in wheels
Bicycles, Motorcycles, Tricycles, Unicycles or Pogo Sticks
2-wheeled vehicles including Segways
Strollers larger than 36” x 52”
Suitcases, backpacks or similar bags with wheels
Suitcases, backpacks or similar bags larger than 18” wide x 25” high x 37” deep
Any trailer-like object that is pushed or towed by an ECV, wheelchair or stroller
Coolers larger than 6 pack sized are not permitted into the theme parks
Any illegal substances
Glass containers with the exception of baby food containers or medicine
Water pistols, toy guns and replica weapons, with the exception of those sold in the Disneyland Resort
Sporting goods or equipment
Weapons of any kind
Self defense equipment such as pepper spray, mace and stun guns
Restraining devices such as handcuffs or zip ties or any suspicious items such as box cutters, razors or duct tape.
Items that may be disruptive such as laser pointers, slingshots, stink bombs, air horns, etc.
Cremated remains such as urns, vases, boxes
Miscellaneous other items including tools, fire extinguishers, musical instruments, megaphones, pots and pans.