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News Disney After Hours Events expands to Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney's Animal Kingdom

TJ Vazquez

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On my after hours Slinky was 10-15 minutes, TSM walk-on.
2 weeks ago it was walk into car and sit down for both. So literally a walk on.
Appreciate the feedback. I think I am going to give this a try on Friday. 6 hours in the park with walk on's seems like a winner to me.
 

monothingie

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Appreciate the feedback. I think I am going to give this a try on Friday. 6 hours in the park with walk on's seems like a winner to me.
Only the last 2 hours are walk ons for popular attractions. Slinkly dog may be the last hour. Keep in mind you have to wait for the queue to clear of day guests.
 

The Pho

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Appreciate the feedback. I think I am going to give this a try on Friday. 6 hours in the park with walk on's seems like a winner to me.
They’re really awesome. I got on 21 rides in 3 hours for Studios 2 weeks ago, so a ride every 8.5 minutes including ride, travel, and ice cream time.

It’s only walk on for the party itself only. The park shuts at 9, and cycles out the non party people. Party starts at 9:30 and ends at 12:30. There may be slight lines early on, but people spread out quickly. People tend to gravitate to the big ride first (FoP and Slinky) then spread to the others, so I’d suggest starting with others and ending with Toy Story to maximize time. Star Tours was walk on for an hour before the party started.
 

TJ Vazquez

Well-Known Member
They’re really awesome. I got on 21 rides in 3 hours for Studios 2 weeks ago, so a ride every 8.5 minutes including ride, travel, and ice cream time.

It’s only walk on for the party itself only. The park shuts at 9, and cycles out the non party people. Party starts at 9:30 and ends at 12:30. There may be slight lines early on, but people spread out quickly. People tend to gravitate to the big ride first (FoP and Slinky) then spread to the others, so I’d suggest starting with others and ending with Toy Story to maximize time. Star Tours was walk on for an hour before the party started.
Awesome advice as well! Thanks! Do you know if Baseline Tap is open through the event or is it just open until official park closing?
 

The Pho

Well-Known Member
Awesome advice as well! Thanks! Do you know if Baseline Tap is open through the event or is it just open until official park closing?
Pretty certain it was closed. Nobody was on that side of the park, they wouldn’t sell much. Most the food places close for after hours.
 

iowamomof4

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They’re really awesome. I got on 21 rides in 3 hours for Studios 2 weeks ago, so a ride every 8.5 minutes including ride, travel, and ice cream time.

It’s only walk on for the party itself only. The park shuts at 9, and cycles out the non party people. Party starts at 9:30 and ends at 12:30. There may be slight lines early on, but people spread out quickly. People tend to gravitate to the big ride first (FoP and Slinky) then spread to the others, so I’d suggest starting with others and ending with Toy Story to maximize time. Star Tours was walk on for an hour before the party started.
We were there on the 17th as well (if that's what you mean by 2 weeks ago! Fantastic night and very low crowds. Other than a brief downtime for ToT, everything seemed to be running quite smoothly.
 
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