Let’s Take a Look at the Villains Cursed Caravan Parade From the Villains After Hours Event!

Last night, February 7, was the first night for the Villains After Hours event at the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World.

During the even they have a parade called the Villains Cursed Caravan Parade.

What I really liked about it was that they had a couple of villains we rarely see!

Like Goob (With Doris the hat) from Meet the Robinsons!

And the Big Bad Wolf from The Three Little Pigs.

I also like how Gaston rides a horse, kind of like we see with the Headless Horseman at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party.

Of course it had some of the more popular villains like Lady Tremaine (with Anastasia and Drizella ,) The Queen of Hearts (with her card soldiers,) Cruella De-Vil, Ursual, Oogie Boogie, Gaston and more.

Of course the Maleficent Dragon is there with her minions.

She is one of my absolute favorite things Disney has ever done for a parade. I’m a huge Steampunk fan (even have a steampunk comic out there) and she is stunning!

The parade happens twice nightly for this event.

If you would like to attend there are select nights through July 10th to attend.

Tickets are $145 (plus tax) for advance purchase and $155 (plus tax) on the event night.
Also DVC and AP holders get $30 off.

It is a cool event, but it’s pricey. There are lower wait times for 20 attraction, Ice cream novelties, popcorn and select bottled beverages—included, other treats and merchandise for purchase as well. Do I think it’s worth the price? Honestly, not unless you are doing it instead of an all day ticket, then it is definitely worth it. If Disney Villains are your personal favorite I say go for it!

What do you think? Comment and let us know!

Source: MouseSteps

 


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