Rehearsals are underway at Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue as reservations open tomorrow - details on pricing and showtimes

May 25, 2022 in "Hoop Dee Doo Musical Revue"

Posted: Wednesday May 25, 2022 9:38am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Walt Disney World's Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue returns June 23 to the Pioneer Hall in Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground.

As rehearsals got underway this week at the Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Review, tickets go on sale online and via phone May 26 for shows beginning June 23 2022.

Pricing has risen slightly ($2) since the show last performed in 2020, with Category 1 seating now at $74, Category 2 at $69, and Category 3 at $66

Showtimes are 4:20pm, 6:35pm and 8:50pm, with seating beginning 20 minutes before showtime.

According to Disney the show will return with some changes, "Since its opening day almost 50 years ago, this fan-favorite show has continued to surprise and delight our guests, and as Disney grows we look for new ways to elevate and enhance our classic experiences. Hoop-Dee-Doo will return with a few updates to its script and scenery, while staying true to the treasured experience the whole family can enjoy – with the hilarious, high-spirited entertainment that it's been known for all these years."

The dining aspect of the experience remains the same as before, including the all-you-care-to-enjoy fried chicken and smoked BBQ pork ribs, as well as a tossed green salad, cowboy beans, fresh-baked cornbread, macaroni-and-cheese and creamy coleslaw - followed by strawberry shortcake.

Unlimited draft beer, wine and sangria are available for Guests 21 years of age and up. Soft drinks are also included.

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JoeCamel8 days ago

The push for content is real, without it they wither and die.

ABQ9 days ago

" Also, lots of vloggers/bloggers/and other well-known Disney folks." If all that was taking place in Pioneer Hall was a Mac and Cheese dinner, they'd have shown up. Disney vloggers cannot pass up even the most mundane new food offering, never mind the return of such a classic dinner show.

floydbeatle9 days ago

I attended the show last night at 6:15. It was FANTASTIC. What a fun show and for opening night it was soooo electric. Also, lots of vloggers/bloggers/and other well-known Disney folks. Lots of fun and well worth the price. It was my family's first time and it was wonderful. Highly, recommend. 👍

Nick_A9 days ago

It’s on top.

SaucyBoy9 days ago

Sounds like a fantastic show. Believe it or not in all our years of going WDW, we’ve never made time for this. Unfortunately, there isn’t enough time for us in two weeks, but it’s a must do next time.

SteveAZee9 days ago

Is it in the mac and cheese or on it? When I make M&C I put seasoned panko (mixed with some melted butter) on top before baking... makes a nice tasty crunch.

LittleBuford9 days ago

This is great. I’m glad they recognised there was a problem with food wastage and have taken effective steps to address it without spoiling the dining experience.

networkpro9 days ago

All of the interior routes go to the outpost (eventually), Orange is the only one that will take you to Wilderness Lodge.

Nick_A9 days ago

There are buses that go to the parking lot, but they’re separate from the Magic Kingdom buses. If you’re looking to get to the parking lot, don’t get on a Magic Kingdom bus or you’ll be in for quite the surprise. Any of the busses labeled with a color (Orange, Yellow, and Purple) will get you to the parking lot. I always drive, so I’m always looking for one of those busses. They’re usually quite plentiful when a show gets out.

Swissmiss9 days ago

Just so I am sure to understand you: those busses would stop at the front parking lot, correct? (It is possible that we will drive).

networkpro10 days ago

Maybe they can staff it now, it was a pretty lonely place with little traffic for the poor DCP cast member who got stuck there.

Thumper 3210 days ago

There is a sidewalk the whole way between Hoop and the Meadows area / Campfire. But agreed that it’s only a pleasant or recommended walk in daylight, and probably only between the months of November to February. :) days ago

Thanks for the reply. Son and I can just pick it off then lol

zakattack9910 days ago

The resort is walkable yes. Do you want to walk from the front of the Fort to the back where Hoop is... probably not! Take it from experience if you get dropped off at the front of the Fort take the internal shuttle to your reservation, or take the boats from the MK. Walking (or running when your late) from the front to the back in the Florida Sun is no fun and unless your a marathon runner not possible, it is a LONG way. Like I said learn from my mistakes lol.