Disney Villains After Hours entertainment schedule and attractions line-up

Jun 05, 2019 in "Disney Villains After Hours"

Posted: Wednesday June 5, 2019 9:51am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Disney Villains After hours begins this week at the Magic Kingdom, which brings a new Villains Unite the Night stage show and Maleficent appearance to the ticketed event.

Here is a rundown of the operating attractions and entertainment times. Guests with tickets can enter the park at 7pm and will receive a wristband to remain in the park for 3 hours after regular park close. More details on Disney Villains After Hours pricing and dates.

Entertainment at Disney Villains After Hours

Villains Unite the Night - Cinderella Castle stage - 11pm, 12am, 1am.

Maleficent at Night - Frontierland to Hub to Frontierland - 10:40pm, 11:45pm. Froniterland to Main Street U.S.A. 1:20am.

Attractions operating during Disney Villains After Hours


  • Barnstormer
  • Dumbo the Flying Elephant
  • “it’s a small world”
  • Mad Tea Party
  • Mickey’s PhilharMagic
  • The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
  • Peter Pan’s Flight
  • Prince Charming Regal Carrousel
  • Seven Dwarfs Mine Train
  • Under the Sea ~ Journey of the Little Mermaid

Liberty Square

  • Haunted Mansion


  • Jungle Cruise
  • Pirates of the Caribbean
  • The Magic Carpets of Aladdin
  • Swiss Family Treehouse
  • Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room


  • Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
  • Country Bear Jamboree
  • Splash Mountain


  • Astro Orbiter
  • Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin
  • Space Mountain
  • Tomorrowland Speedway
  • Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover
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SirwalterraleighJan 25, 2022

Why wouldn’t they? People round here seem to be begging for it already 😎

Magicart87Jan 24, 2022

Genie+ rollout. It's services work well for seasonal offerings. I could see the party returning. Although I expect a price bump in addition to the "pay to play" character experiences.

mattpetoJan 24, 2022

Going on a hunch. I think this party returns this year and we get an announcement soon. It was announced in April 2019 (for June-August dates) and December of 2019 (for Feb-July 2020 dates).

trainplane3Feb 23, 2020

There's one thing I didn't expect to see in this thread. That's it. That's the thing.

Benjamin_NicholasFeb 22, 2020

How do we feel about Mickey in a ball-gag?

Magenta PantherFeb 22, 2020

As long as it was shown that he woke up in the end and was okay, I could go along with this idea.

ImperfectPixieFeb 22, 2020

Play dates where mommies bring the kiddos together to play while they sip wine and chit-chat has been a thing for quite a while, so I don't think mom is too worried about little Jimmy or Jenny seeing her drink. (Side note: I may have a old friend who's nickname is Silly Sally Sippy Cup because she likes to take neighborhood walks with a sippy cup full of vodka...and her kids are grown and out of the house.)

Benjamin_NicholasFeb 22, 2020

Exactly. Let's be realistic. The baby and the bathwater are long gone on this one.

DisneysonFeb 22, 2020

Walt Disney once thought of the children, but I think the age of "we can't let the children see Mommy drink while in line for Jasmine" has come and gone, now that you can get tipsy in Beast's ballroom. People forget that the children have been to Epcot festivals with their parents after a long day at MK.

Benjamin_NicholasFeb 22, 2020


brb1006Feb 22, 2020

You mean Chapek

DisneysonFeb 22, 2020

Still, it would not be on-brand. Even in the darkest shorts, like Runaway Brain, he ends up winning the day. A fully unique show would likely fit the bill better - I’d love for a finale show showcasing various live-action hero-villain battles, ending with a big Night on Bald Mountain or Firebird sequence. Anyways. Let’s stay on topic. Alcohol in the Magic Kingdom, no lines, and Hercules characters. I have a lot of non-bloggy people that would pay out the butt for that, especially those that don’t live near Disney or frequent the park, but enjoy Disney by wearing gear from Hot Topic or play Kingdom Hearts. That’s the segment the parks really haven’t tapped.

TouchdownFeb 22, 2020

Mickey doesn’t have to be killed, he can be imprisoned in his mind. Remember, you always eventually wake up from nightmares.

DisneysonFeb 22, 2020

I’m almost all in, except there is a 0 percent chance they would show Mickey being killed by the Disney Villains. I think they’d more quickly set up themed mazes throughout the park (Jedi Temple where you face your greatest fears, HalloweenTown, Villains of Pixar). But that park has no issues with popularity for the time being.