Thu 1/3/2013 8:53a
|This topic is for Discussion of Latest: Limited Time Magic Golden Horseshoe Annual Passholder Dinner Show|
Last week Disneyland announced a Limited Time Magic event bring the Golden Horseshoe back to Disneyland January 10 through February 4th (Thursdays through Mondays). Now they've annouced specal Annual Passholder Golden Horseshoe Dinner Show performances as well. Here are some of the details...
Event Schedule for Annual Passholders
- January 10 through February 4, 2013
- Thursdays through Mondays
- 6:30 p.m. is the special Passholder performance
- $35 per Passholder (ages 3 and older) per show
- Separate Theme Park admission required
- Includes tax
Book Dining Package
- Please call (714) 781-PASS (7277)
- Space is limited!
- Once a dining package is purchased, the purchasing Annual Passholder will receive a confirmation email
- Please print and bring your confirmation email to the Disneyland Park check-in location as identified in the email; With a valid confirmation email, each Passholder on the reservation will receive an event wristband upon presentation of their valid Passports
- Separate theme park admission required.
- For admission to the show, each Annual Passholder must have a valid Disneyland Resort Annual Passport and event wristband. Valid photo ID may be required.
- If needed, please also present a Blockout Day Ticket or valid ticket media. Blockout Day Tickets can be purchased at the Disneyland Resort Main Entrance on the day of the event.
- The Passholder performance of the Golden Horseshoe Revue will begin promptly at 6:30 p.m. Guests will not be allowed entry to the show after 6:30 p.m. and show tickets will be forfeited.
- The Golden Horseshoe in Disneyland Park
- Starter: Corn chips in a souvenir Golden Horseshoe boot mug
- Entrees: Black forest ham and roast beef sandwiches
- Sides: Golden raisin and carrot salad, Yukon golden potato salad, Very Berry fruit salad
- Children's Menu (available upon request): 2 PB&J sandwiches with sides
- Vegetarian Option (available upon request): Vegetable and cheese sandwiches with sides
- Beverages: Mint Julep, water, coffee
- Dessert: Walt & Lilly's 30th Anniversary Celebration Cake
Thu 1/3/2013 9:22a
|Wow - $35 for a sandwich and some sides? DLR must be expecting this to be a huge hit.|
It does bug me that kids are the same price for these events. I always thought that the pricing should mirror the admission criteria. Paying full price for a 3 year old isn't particularly fair.
Thu 1/3/2013 10:45a
|"Wow - $35 for a sandwich and some sides? DLR must be expecting this to be a huge hit."|
I bet the food is better than the Hoop De Doo Review food. Although the HDDR does include all you an drink beer (well, Bud Light, not sure that counts).
I bet it is a huge hit. I'm hoping I don't have to arrive hours before the park opens just to be able to see it.
Thu 1/3/2013 11:03a
|I called this morning to reserve my spot. True $35 is a little steep, but then, I've been socking a little dough aside for AP events for this year.|
Plus, I get Fritos in a souvenir boot mug. Hello.
Thu 1/3/2013 11:33a
|<<I bet the food is better than the Hoop De Doo Review food. Although the HDDR does include all you an drink beer (well, Bud Light, not sure that counts).>>|
The Hoop-Dee-Doo is cheaper for kids than this event!
I like Hoop - enjoyable entertainment but I'd agree the food isn't the best. However with a top ticket price for adults at $70 it looks like better value than this event.
Thu 1/3/2013 7:26p
|I want Fritos in a souvenir boot mug. :-(|
Thu 1/3/2013 8:45p
|I am jealous...I want fritos in a boot... but, alas, I don't have an AP...we will get them again in June. |
Fri 1/4/2013 10:21a
|I overheard that there were 70 reservations within minutes of opening the bookings for this. As far as the price goes, I understand that there will likely be at least one other amenity, which I am not at liberty to discuss. But if you missed out on getting the soundtrack recording of the original Revue when it was available at 20th Century Music on Main Street on CD, you may want to consider this.|
Fri 1/4/2013 10:22a
|Frankly, I don't think the dinner version of this would be a wise place to bring very young children. Some cranky Apers (yes, they do exist) are probably just as happy that kids are being somewhat priced out.|
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Sun 1/20/2013 3:43p
|We totally enjoyed the AP show & one member of our group got Ms. Lily's "surprise". Pictures may be available....|
Anyway, as for the pricing - think of Disney prices. $4 for the boot, $12 for the meal, $14 for the parting gift (won't spoil it for those who haven't been yet). That's $30 without any trouble, plus you have tax & you get to see a show. This is very fairly priced in my opinion.
Also, besides the chips & there's alot of them, you get 2 sliders, 3 salads & cake. It's a very full meal.