'H2O Glow After Hours' event returns to Walt Disney World's Typhoon Lagoon water park for summer 2022

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Posted: Wednesday March 23, 2022 11:41am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Disney H20 Glow After Hours returns to Disney's Typhoon Lagoon during Memorial Day Weekend 2022, starting May 28 every Saturday through August 27 2022.

Guests of Disney Resort hotels, Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Hotels as well as Shades of Green at Walt Disney World Resort can purchase tickets to H2O Glow After Hours on the Walt Disney World Resort website beginning March 29, with tickets on sale for the general public April 1.

The event takes place from 8pm to 11pm, but the H2O Glow tickets gets you into the park from 6pm.

Disney H20 Glow After Hour Prices

Adult (ages 10 and up): $75 plus tax
Child (ages 3 to 9): $70 plus tax

Passholders and Disney Vacation Club Members can purchase specially priced tickets:
Passholder or Disney Vacation Club Member – Adult (ages 10 and up): $59 plus tax
Passholder or Disney Vacation Club Member – Child (ages 3 to 9): $54 plus tax

2020 pricing was $65 for adults (plus tax) and $60 for children ages 3-9 (plus tax). The 2018 inaugural season pricing was $55 for adults and $50 for children.

Perks of Disney H20 Glow After Hours include:

  • Favorite attractions open after hours, including the wave pool, Miss Adventure Falls, Crush n' Gusher and Humunga Cowabunga.
  • New glow lighting effects and décor
  • High-energy DJ dance parties
  • Exclusive adult-only area
  • Complimentary glow wristbands
  • Complimentary ice cream treats, popcorn and selected beverages
  • Exclusive glow-themed food and beverage
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Virtual Toad3 days ago

Would love to enjoy the atmosphere of TL at night, but without the tacky DJ nonsense. Too bad they don’t extend the operating hours in the summer to 10p or so. Of course that would cost Disney more so it’ll most likely never happen.😕 ETA: Bringing back water park APs would be nice too. In the meantime we’ll be enjoying Volcano Bay.

The Colonel3 days ago

its not even the music as much as the endless DJ chatter; TYPHOON LAGOON ARE WE GONNA PARTY, LET ME HEAR YOOOOUUUUUU We did it a couple of years ago, before the plague obviously. It was OK at best. Empty wave pool and no wait for slides.

Rteetz4 days ago

It doesn't sound toy story themed anymore.

WorldExplorer4 days ago

A DJ near the wave pool kills my enthusiasm faster than I thought possible. Nothing, to me, ever seems to be made better by the addition of random, super loud music. Which is good, I guess. The price raise when there's inevitably going to be less there to do (either no or distanced characters) also dampens the mood pretty badly.

Disneydad10124 days ago

Might want to update the article to reflect 8/27 not 8/2

WDWFanDave4 days ago

We did this in 2018. No lines for anything. Kids loved it, we enjoyed the light crowd. Not sure how it was after that, but something we’d definitely do again.

tanc4 days ago

$75 to look at a giant fiberglass Dino with disco lights, black lights, and music.

rockpiece084 days ago

Can we get a return of Villains Afters Hours at MK?

tanc4 days ago

Feel bad for anyone staying at OKW since you can hear the music from this event.

moles.family.disney4 days ago

I think we are going to give this a try in August as I think it sounds pretty cool. I’m guessing the DVC discount will extend to Blue card members only and not resale? Is it normal they include free soda and popcorn? I’ve not heard it mentioned before at the previous events they held?

wdwfan224 days ago

Lighting effects a DJ popcorn soda and a character or two for $75 dollars. I’ll pass.

Prince-14 days ago

I doubt it. My guess is this is a separate ticketed event like the ones they have at MK.

Dave B4 days ago

If I have park hopper plus tickets with the waterpark option does that get me into this event?