For the longest time, Disney only had two hard ticket events: Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party. For the spring, Disney announced three new hard events:
- Villains Unleashed – August 23rd
- Harambe Nights – select nights
- EPCOT After Hours Wind Down – select night until mid-September
The question that needs to be asked is: Are there now too many hard ticket events at Disney? These events all provide special experiences to guests. However, these experiences all come with an extra cost. With single-day park tickets now approaching $100, how much extra cost is too much? I’ll take a look at all three of these events and take a look at the added value of the events.
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2nd Update – Tickets are reportedly still available. Guests have had success calling 407-WDW-PLAY.
Update – This event has already sold out. If more dates are added, I will pass them along.
I’ve been updating my previous post numerous times throughout the day and now that Disney has made Villains Unleashed 2014 official, I’ll present the information in a more “cleaned-up” blog post.
Tickets are already on sale for Annual Passholders and Disney Vacation Club members. Annual Passholders call 407-939-1933 and DVC members call 800-800-9800 to purchase tickets.
Tickets cost $71.37 (including tax) for adults and $66 .03 (including tax) for children ages 3-9.
Tickets go on sale to the general public on Monday June 9th.
Here’s a cleaner version of what to expect:
When: the night of August 23rd
Where: Hollywood Studios
Who: Over 50 Disney villains will be present
What will be available:
- Villain pre-show before that night’s Fantasmic showing
- Villainy in the Sky Fireworks Show
- Hades Hideout and Dance Party
- Star Wars Villain Zone
- Oogie Boogie’s Variety Show
- Specialty food and drink
- Event Merchandise
- Attractions will be open late including Toy Story Midway Mania, Rock n’ Roller Coaster, Tower of Terror and Star Tours
Guests will be permitted to dress up as their favorite Disney villain.
Thanks for reading and sticking with me through this exciting piece of Disney news!