OMG I was wondering why ralph wasn't going to be there (based on the original schedule) and now he's on it! We saw him two weeks ago and it was GREAT although dd was scared of snap crackle and pop. We are there one day that he is there, so I will have to see if it fits into our schedule.
Remember that the tickets for this can very easily sell out right away for the shows as they were very popular last year. So get there early! I hope those of you with little kids have a blast when you go! :cgrin:
We are going to WDW Sept 12-20 with our almost 3 year old.
She is beyond in love with Mickey Mouse Clubhouse.
How exactly does one go about getting tickets for this? They are part of the admission, right? I assume it's a first come first serve sort of thing..Does anyone have any experience with this?
Welcome Ryan! :cgrin:
I don't personally have experience, but I was there during part of the Concer Series last year. The tickets are first come, first serve. It's at the ABC-TV Theater and they had some tables set up right across from it, by Echo Lake. I wasn't there for the start, but I would believe there was a line up. I heard the tickets went quick - that was for Doodlebops! So I'm sure it depends upon the act/dates as well since that was Sunday.
I'm sure if you call Disney they'll be able to give you more information now that it's been officially announced. But I'll see what other information I can pull up for you.
The concert tickets are kind of like fast pass. When you go to the park there are two places to get the tickets=In front of the ABC Theater and in front of Lights, Motorcars, Action. You go up to the table and tell the person which show you want tickets for and if they are available, she will give them to you.
We saw Johnny and the Sprites last year on Labor Day. We got to the park about 9:30 and had no problem getting tickets for the first show of the day (10:15). I have heard it was much different on the days that the Doodlebops and Wiggles (last year) were there.