This special ticketed event will begin at the AMC Disney Springs 24 Theatres between 7:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m., when event Guests will get a confirmed seat at the first few public showings of the new film and then enjoy a private, after-hours party at Disney’s Hollywood Studios that will last until 2:00 a.m.
- Any time after purchasing a ticket online and up to one hour prior to the event, participants will need to bring their online confirmation number to the theatre box office or Automated Box Office kiosks during normal operating hours to print an AMC Disney Springs 24 theatres ticket.
- On Thursday, December 17, Disney Springs will open at 8:00 a.m. for Guests to begin checking in for the event. Plan to arrive at least 1 hour prior to the show time to allow ample time to check in. Guests should bring their printed AMC Disney Spring theaters Box Office Ticket (with Auditorium Number) to the check-in location that will be communicated prior to the event. Please be aware that Guests are not able to enter Disney Spring prior to 8:00 a.m.
- Costumes should be child-friendly and adhere to any guidelines determined by AMC and Disney.
- Costumes should not be obstructive, offensive or violent; drag on the ground; contain sharp objects, pointed objects or materials that may accidentally strike another Guest; contain any weapons or objects which resemble or could easily be mistaken for an actual weapon.
- At AMC Disney Springs 24 theatres, masks must be carried and can be worn for photos. At
- Disney’s Hollywood Studios, for this event, masks may be worn but they must not obstruct vision, and eyes must be visible at all times.
- Guests who dress like Disney characters may not pose for pictures or sign autographs.
Also was announced today that theater tickets - meaning for your local showing - will go on sale next week as well.
ADR 6 months out. FP 3 months out. Now I have to plan movie night 2 months out!
So $100.00 to see the movie and go on Star Tours. Not much value there!
"So $100.00 to see the movie and go on Star Tours. Not much value there!"
Try again. This event also includes characters, a DJ, and fireworks. It sounds like it will be a bit of a costume party, also. And, it will last 6-7 hours.
Tickets to a 2-3 hour Broadway show routinely cost $150+. Tickets to an NBA game can easily hit $200 each. Although this event doesn't appeal to me, I don't think that $100 is outrageous.
$100 is ridiculous. Even if the movie tickets are $15, you are left with an $85 event that will last 4 hours. the movie is over 2 hours. Even if you see it at 7 it will start at 7:20 after the trailers, not finishing till 9:40 or so. By the time you get to your car and drive it to the studios and park it will be at least 10pm. This is insane.
Where supply meets demand, the price will be set. -Econ 101