Is autocorrect on the loose? I'm glad they don't charge for barley in DL.
Indeed. This is the first I've heard anyone mention tickets would be sold separately for shows at the theatre. The fact everyone seemed to just go along with it had me wondering if I'd missed something...?Would the MK theatre have been so much bigger than the Hyperion theatre in DCA? The Frozen show there is performed during the day and multiple times per day. Would the MK theatre have been so much different? I don’t remember reading that this was supposed to be a night time only show.
No kidding, none of it makes sense. Replacing HEA, an incredibly popular and well-received show, after barely two years? WhenWishes ran for like 15 years? That alone doesn't make any sense, nevermind the rest.This entire thread is a farce, it's filled with false information, there has never been a report on anyone's desk about crowd levels for Spectro versus MSEP, there was no 2016 decision to bring MSEP to TDO, bringing parades cross country doesn't damage them irreparably, etc, etc. I knew the language didn't reveal someone who had any experience within the company, but had to wait to verify all of this is bunk. Furthermore, the idea there is a clearance process for posting on forums is laughable.
Furthermore, the idea there is a clearance process for posting on forums is laughable.
OP did mention that he/she has posted some false information to cover tracks. This could be part of it. I’m skeptical as well, but excited if true.Of the many red flags, this one is the most obvious.
Honestly I like the music more than any one particular float in the parade, I first saw it as a little kid in the late 70's, and a lot of the floats are different now. All the original WDW Electric Parade Floats got shipped to one of the overseas parks, but the music is the thing I remember most vividly, sitting on the steps of the old Frontierland Railroad Station back in the day.MSEP was good but it's already showing it's age.
I'm giving it the benefit of the doubt, only because Disney has had some massive blunders this year... Disappointment23 like you said, Galaxy's Edge being kind of under whelming, Runaway Railway being delayed, The dust up with ***** over Tiki Room and Country Bears, Epcot Forever annoying the people it's supposed to appeal to, and then the Skyliner crashes 6 day in?I don’t know whether to believe anything on this thread or not but at least its interesting and getting some discussion going. Rumors have been dead since Disappointment23
The answer to this is pretty straightforward. By 2008 Orlando nightlife market was not what it once was in the 90s. As Disney started catering more towards families, there just wasn't enough guest demand to justify operating that many nightclubs 7 nights a week. Even Church Street Station, which was the genesis for PI, suffered a similar decline was no longer a "multiple club destination."@Disnerd2003 all I really wanna know is what REALLY went down to cause them to close Pleasure Island? Who ultimately made that decision? Was the island as a whole still profitable? Was it REALLY due to guest feedback? And why didn't they build the bypass, parking garages, and pedestrian bridge and still keep the concept? Lastly, is there any plan at all for bringing back a night time district only for adults?
I have extensively researched this since its closure. Curious to hear your thoughts and insight. Thank you!