Disney H2O Glow Night Returning to Its Previous Schedule

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There is good news yet again for all Disney lovers. After a long wait, the Disney H2O Glow Night is finally returning. However, the schedule is yet to come out. For those who will be at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon for the first time, H2O Glow Night is an after-hours party.

The event was originally scheduled to happen in 2020. However, there was a major change in the schedule for the global health crisis or COVID-19.

With the situation eventually improving, Walt Disney World has already started reintroducing many attractions. These were all under a complete closure for over two years. Finally, through their Plan Disney podcast, Disney verified the news of launching Disney H2O Glow Night all over again.

What happens at Disney H2O Glow Night?

This is undoubtedly a paid event that includes shorter lines for the waterslides and a DJ dance party with a specific DJ Rex Dinosaur.

During the occasion, special lights will illuminate the water park, and people will be able to interact with their favorite Disney characters.

Disney has yet to announce particular dates for the celebration, but we’ll keep an eye out for further information and update you as soon as we have it.

You must note that the previous ticket prices are most likely to undergo a revision. So, if you want to be part of the gala event, you need to keep track of all the announcements.

Disney H2O Glow Night
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Facts you should know about Disney Water Parks before attending the event

The following is a summary of general information regarding Disney Water Parks that you may find useful:

  • After nearly two years of closure, Typhoon Lagoon reopened in January 2022
  • Blizzard Beach is now closed for renovations, with no estimated reopening date set
  • Crush ‘n’ Gusher, a water slide and roller coaster variety, is also located here
  • Parking is chargeable at Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom; however, it is free at the water park
  • Since the reopening of Walt Disney World following the pandemic closure, a Disney Park Pass Reservation System has been in place; the only attractions that do not require a reservation are the water parks

There have been several new attractions since Typhoon Lagoon reopened. For example, there is a 50th Anniversary style EARidescent ice cream cone with a soft serve in birthday-cake flavor. Moreover, you can make your own personalized Dole Whip dessert.

For more such updates, stay tuned to Disney Wire news!

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