House of Blues is offering 20 percent discount for Central Florida residents

Jul 06, 2020 in "House of Blues"

Posted: Monday July 6, 2020 1:32pm ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

House of Blues at Disney Springs has reopened following the COVID-19 shutdown in mid-March and is now offering a 20% discount for Central Florida Residents.

This offer is not valid at The Smokehouse or in the Gear Shop and will be open to all residents of Brevard, Hillsborough, Lake, Orange, Osceola, Citrus, Hernando, Pasco, Seminole, Sumter, Volusia and Polk County. Guests must present the offer and proof of residency. This offer is valid through August 31st and reservations are recommended.

House of Blues is open daily from 12pm to 10pm, with happy hour daily from 12pm to 5pm. Live music takes place Monday through Friday 5pm to 10pm, and Saturday - Sunday 12pm to 10pm.

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zann285Jun 14, 2021

Are there certain times when they do security at Disney Springs or something? We were dropped off via bus there from our resort a few weeks back and did not have to go through any security other than a guy with a dog (they were off to the side of the entrance, not explicitly stopping guests). I remember going through the security there when arriving via bus before on past trips, but that was later in the day I suppose.

techgeekJun 14, 2021

The footprint has shrunk a little and there’s much less extended queue space, but it still knocks out a few rows of parking. Not sure what they can do about that really, especially in Lime there’s just no space for a checkpoint otherwise.

MisterPenguinJun 14, 2021

FTFY!

TrojanUSCJun 14, 2021

With temp checks gone, have they found a better way to streamline the security in the garages yet? It was taking up far too many spaces with the layout before.

Bullseye1967Jun 14, 2021

The "front porch" live music is back, but not inside yet.

Nick_AJun 14, 2021

Has live entertainment returned to the performance space inside of House of Blues yet? That and Cirque dumping large groups of people outside who were likely hungry and thirsty was a big driver of places staying open later.

TikibirdLandJun 14, 2021

Guessing so... No one standing outside of Enzo's saying, "I demand to be served" at 2am... :)

Little Green MenJun 13, 2021

More like demand is down at this time

UNCgolfJun 13, 2021

I'm usually only there at night. I've eaten QS dinner and then had gelato or something for dessert sometime between 9-10 several times. It's better food than eating anywhere in the parks.

MansionButler84Jun 13, 2021

Still coming.

GimpYancIentJun 13, 2021

What's up with Cirque Du Soleil? It was an item now the silence is defining.

MansionButler84Jun 13, 2021

Covid only spreads between 11:30 pm and dawn? Interesting.

Disstevefan1Jun 13, 2021

Whatever time DS closes is purely a business decision made by Disney. Closing DS early reduces costs for Disney, like so many other cost cutting decisions Disney made in the name of COVID. You do have to wonder, DS is a glorified mall with tenants. I have to imagine in the lease DS must agree to be open some minimum hours, but who knows, perhaps the lease contracts are heavily one sided to Disney because location, location, location..