Typhoon Lagoon nighttime ticketed event begins this summer

Mar 14, 2018 in "Typhoon Lagoon"

Posted: Wednesday March 14, 2018 12:33pm ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Disney's Typhoon Lagoon water park is getting in on the ticketed events with the introduction of a new Toy Story inspired H2O Glow Night event.

On select summer nights starting June 21 2018, special lighting effects will transform the water park like never before as Buzz, Woody and Jessie throw a Beach Party inspired by their friend, “Partysaurus” Rex. Come join the fun, dance on the beach, play party games, and meet up with Buzz, Woody and Jessie, plus, all attractions are open for guest enjoyment.

Disney H20 Glow Nights will take place only at Typhoon Lagoon on Thursdays and Saturdays from June 21-August 11, from 8-11pm.

Disney H20 Glow Nights are a separate ticketed event and the party is not included in daytime admission. Tickets will go sale March 19 and cost $55 for adults and $50 for children ages 3-9 (plus tax). For more information and to purchase tickets, call (407) 939-1872.

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MadamMansionJun 26, 2018

DH and I are considering the Aug 2 party for our July 30-Aug 4 trip. We're out-of-state passholders (aside: come on, Disney, you couldn't have discounted this by more than $6 for passholders?!?) but have somehow never found the time to get to TL so I'm making it a priority for August. But should we do Glow Nights, or just go during the day? Is there anything special about the park during the day that we would miss out on by doing Glow Nights? I don't think we'd spend more than 3-4 hours at TL regardless, so I'm not really fussed about the value for money difference between the party and a regular day. What intrigues me about Glow Nights is the potential for reduced wait times and a unique atmosphere. Early reviews seem to indicate that wait times are indeed minimal, but the atmosphere is also pretty minimal outside of some blacklights and inflatables. Anyone who has experienced Glow Nights and "regular" TL care to chime in?

Disney AnalystJun 25, 2018

So for 55 you had access to the park from 7pm until 11 pm. 4 hours of relatively walk on rides, dance parties, and character meet and greets. Honestly... not the worst up charge they've done. Timtracker did every slide in the park, whilst also filming everything else... you could easily just spend the 4 hours straight riding everything.

Mr Ferret 88Jun 25, 2018

There is a review by a previously moustached you toober.

DisneyFreakJun 25, 2018

Water and Woody do not mix.

RagerunnerJun 25, 2018


larryzJun 23, 2018

Does the $55 ticket include any food or drinks?

asianwayJun 22, 2018

No doubt a fun experience but I think $50 might be easier to swallow for 5 hours.

RagerunnerJun 22, 2018

Here is some pics of Typhoons Lagoons H2O Glow Nights

Myth MakerMar 15, 2018

Agreed Toy Story seem so out of place. Getting tired of these up-charge experiences.. Would be great to extend the day for more guests and get a second wave of guests to come mid day into evening.

PleakleyMar 15, 2018

This actually sounds pretty cool as a night owl who easily sunburns, I agree however that the price is steep for three hours. Last time I tried to get there by bus it took so long, now that you have to transfer at DS instead of it taking you directly there. Just logistically it's going to be hard to maximize your time unless you arrive by car, or they allow early entry like at MNSSHP.

BairstowMar 15, 2018

Because unlike other Disney characters, the Toy Story crew literally are merchandise.

Figment82Mar 15, 2018

I miss the Beach Bash they used to have in the 1990s. I think it was held on Friday nights? Maybe more frequently... DJ with fun dance music and beach games, and the park stayed open late - all just part of the normal operating day. Just low key family fun that fit the tropical vibe. I think I still have my button that I won during a tug of war contest.

EricsBiscuitMar 15, 2018

I hope you knocked vigorously on wood after saying that!!!!!

daringstoicMar 15, 2018

It sounds kind of cool, but the Toy Story characters seem out of place. I'm assuming that's related to the Toy Story area opening this summer, but characters like Lilo and Stitch or Moana would be much better suited if they have to tie IPs in. They already do after-hours events at Typhoon and include some pretty cool stuff, though I've only seen them through photos from my event planner friends on facebook. There's definitely some potential there, but the price is a bit steep for my tastes.