More dates sell out for 'Disney After Hours' at Disney's Hollywood Studios

Feb 02, 2023 in "Disney After Hours"

Disney After Hours at Disney's Hollywood Studios
Posted: Thursday February 2, 2023 7:00am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

'Disney After Hours' at Disney's Hollywood Studios is now completely sold out for February 2023.

Six dates remain, March 8, 22, 29; April 2, 5, 19 2023.

At Magic Kingdom, only the opening night on January 9 has sold out so far, with all other dates remaining.

'Disney After Hours' is a late-night, separately ticketed event at a Walt Disney World theme park for three additional hours after regular park hours, with treats such as ice cream, popcorn and select beverages included. The number of tickets for these events is limited, which means lower wait times for some of your favorite attractions.

At Disney's Hollywood Studios, all of the latest attractions are included - Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway, Millennium Falcon: Smuggler’s Run, Slinky Dog Dash and Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance.

Tickers are priced between $129 and $149 based on date.

'Disney After Hours' events at Disney’s Hollywood Studios are scheduled for select nights, January 4 through April 19, 2023.

'Disney After Hours' events at Magic Kingdom are scheduled for select nights, January 9 through March 27, 2023. 'Disney After Hours' takes place from 9:30pm to 12:30am at Disney's Hollywood Studios, and 10pm to 1am at Magic Kingdom. Admission begins at 7pm.

  • 'Disney After Hours' at Magic Kingdom - January 9 (sold out), 16, 23; February 16, 20, 27; March 2, 6, 13, 16, 20, 27 2023.
  • 'Disney After Hours' at Disney's Hollywood Studios - January 4 (sold out), 11 (sold out), 18 (sold out), 25 (sold out); February 15 (sold out), 22 (sold out); March 8, 22, 29; April 2, 5, 19 2023.

With 'Disney After Hours' tickets, you can enter the park where the event is taking place as early as 7 p.m. Disney After Hours admission is a separately priced ticket not included with regular daytime park admission.

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Touchdown1 day ago

They were amazing, rode Splash 3 times in the same log. We rode so many rides.

Drdcm2 days ago

I don’t, I probably wasn’t old enough to realize what was going on at that point. Sounds awesome though!

HauntedPirate2 days ago

Remember E-Ride Nights? $20. After what were normal park hours back then, meaning MK open until 10-11pm. I think I have a document somewhere we created from 2003-ish that has the hours and E-Ride night info on it.

JusticeDisney2 days ago

It’s actually the American way. Ya know, all that capitalism, supply and demand stuff.

Drdcm2 days ago

Nunu2 days ago

Good to know, thank you! :)

HauntedPirate2 days ago

"Here's where I get my money back!"

HauntedPirate2 days ago

Create a problem (parks are so crowded now thanks to little net-new capacity additions over the past 17 years), monetize the solution (After Hours events, just pay for shorter lines!). It's The Bob Way©.

DCBaker2 days ago

No limit - get all the snacks!

Nunu2 days ago

Question: Are novelty ice cream, popcorn and beverages unlimited, or is it one p/person like at Moonlight Magic? TIA.

Drdcm2 days ago

I’ve been wondering when they’ll add MK after hours events back. Would be nice if they included Tron. Good way to guarantee a night time ride to get the full canopy effects. Maybe that can entice me back to WDW.

Chi842 days ago

It would be nice if people who visit this thread looking for information on the return of Disney After Hours could find it without seeing the arguing and personal remarks. :)

JusticeDisney2 days ago

Yup, it’s everyone else who doesn’t get it. Nothing short on your end. That couldn’t possibly be. So sorry you have to suffer our inferiority. And to whine about people making things personal, when you are the one who initiated with the “sitting on your brain” comment. Might want to spend less time arguing with people here, and more time learning the meaning of the word “irony.”

Sirwalterraleigh2 days ago

I don’t mind any of what anyone says… But why start stuff personally? Because of Disney management? The economy? The politics of society? NONE of that is personal. We are consumers and not all cookie cutter. The twins can’t seem to accept that. It’s just as “cynical” on the other side than ANYTHING I’ve ever said on my worstest of days. HIT THE BUTTON