Hoop De Doo Revue

dato63

DIS Veteran
Joined
May 7, 2008
Do we know what the pricing is for this venue? Haven’t been in years!

It can certainly change. . .but this is from WDW's website:

Ages 10 and OlderAges 3 to 9Dining Plan Eligibility
Category 1$74$44Not eligible for use with Disney Dining Plans
Category 2$69$40Eligible: Use 2 meals per person from a pre-purchased Disney Dining Plan, Disney Dining Plan Plus or Deluxe Disney Dining Plan
Category 3$66$39Eligible: Use 2 meals per person from a pre-purchased Disney Dining Plan, Disney Dining Plan Plus or Deluxe Disney Dining Plan
Price includes tax and gratuity. Prices and show times are subject to change without notice. This show may be cancelled due to severe or inclement weather.
Location
https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/dining/map/#/id=hoop-dee-doo-musical-revue/
 

NickC

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Joined
Mar 15, 2018
I had a discussion with my wife that I wouldn't be fully ready to return to WDW until HDDR re-opened. We aren't ready to book for a number of other reasons, but if I could at least walk down Main Street, see HDDR and ride Splash Moutain, I would be satisfied with the trip.
 

wildling99

Earning My Ears
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Aug 3, 2020
I spoke to a cast member today from Resort Reservations and she said it was scheduled to open before our trip, but did not give a date. She said to read the Disney Blog for updates. We're going at the end of November.

Ahhhh!!! Best 2021 sorta-news yet! Can't wait to see that show again.
 

quandrea

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Jun 24, 2010
Do you think this is too cheesy a choice for a large group, many first timers? It’s my fiftieth next year and we want y do a whole group meal. I spent my fiftieth at HDDR and loved it. It was just me, dh and our three small kids at the time.
 

dato63

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May 7, 2008
I spoke to a cast member today from Resort Reservations and she said it was scheduled to open before our trip, but did not give a date. She said to read the Disney Blog for updates. We're going at the end of November.

I do hope so. We are going Christmas week, and it is high on my daughters' lists.
 

extreme8

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Oct 3, 2003
Do you think this is too cheesy a choice for a large group, many first timers? It’s my fiftieth next year and we want y do a whole group meal. I spent my fiftieth at HDDR and loved it. It was just me, dh and our three small kids at the time.
Nope, not too cheesy at all.
Years ago I brought a group of 18 people ranging from ages 5 to grandparents. Today those 5 year olds have graduated college and everyone still talks about it. They loved the interaction, the silly comedy, and the food.
 

quandrea

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Joined
Jun 24, 2010
Nope, not too cheesy at all.
Years ago I brought a group of 18 people ranging from ages 5 to grandparents. Today those 5 year olds have graduated college and everyone still talks about it. They loved the interaction, the silly comedy, and the food.
It is really just a fun night out. I admit to being a card carrying, Disney nerd though.
 

CarolynFH

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Jan 5, 2000
Do you think this is too cheesy a choice for a large group, many first timers? It’s my fiftieth next year and we want y do a whole group meal. I spent my fiftieth at HDDR and loved it. It was just me, dh and our three small kids at the time.
I agree with above - it’s a great choice for a large group, as long as they like to be entertained and have fun at dinner.
 

TexanMojo

Earning My Ears
Joined
Nov 13, 2013
Has there been any additional news/rumors as to when this dinner show might be back? Hoping it will be back soon.
 

AvidDisReader

DIS Veteran
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Mar 24, 2019
When Ya ha Bob came back, at one of his first performances he mentioned this is scheduled to return. I have gone to this 3 times and loved it every time, just good old fashion fun.
 

DVCKev

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Aug 23, 2010
We have always gone to HDDR every trip (7+), I could not imagine not doing it now after all these years. I hope they get it squared away before next August when we return. :yay:
 

TiggerBouncy

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Mar 4, 2013
Going in Feb as well.

It has been a tradition of mine to go almost every year once a year usually at the end of my trip (end with a bang) for 20 years. I have missed it the past 2..... and I do not want to go a 3rd. BRING IT BACK!
 

Teamubr

From somewhere outside StL
Joined
Nov 7, 2010
Looking at some of the recent restaurant reopenings, it seems like the announcements are coming out a week or so in advance, so still lots of time for "January". We are at Fort Wilderness from January 9th-22. I'm hoping there will be something in that window.

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