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    Exclamation Disney's Animal Kingdom Announces 'Harambe at Night" Hard Ticket Event

    Disney's Animal Kingdom has announced a new hard ticket event:

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    Circle of Flavors: Harambe at Night offers a unique way to dine at Disney’s Animal Kingdom with a family-friendly progressive dining experience drawing inspiration from the many facets of African cultures and animals.

    Your journey begins with a welcome reception at the Wildlife Express Train Station and takes you on a fun-filled adventure to the train station at Rafiki’s Planet Watch, then continues on to Harambe Market. Throughout the night, you’ll take in sights, sounds, and scrumptious flavors in celebration of “The Lion King” and the Big Five game animals: the African elephant, the rhinoceros, the Cape buffalo, the leopard, and our host animal, the lion. Along the way, you’ll have the opportunity to learn more about the importance of the Big Five and the challenges they face around the world as well as how Disney is working to protect them.

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    Starting at the train station, you’ll receive light hors d’oeuvres, snacks, and beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) while enjoying acoustic music before hopping on the train to ride over to Rafiki’s Planet Watch. Upon arrival, you’ll be greeted with more light bites and sips. And hanging out in the train station, familiar friends Timon and Rafiki will be available for character greetings and fun interactive activities for all ages. Once you’ve finished up at Rafiki’s Planet Watch, hop back on the train and get ready to venture over to Harambe Market for the main event. Throughout the marketplace, you’ll enjoy an array of sweet and savory dishes paired with unique beverages.

    Circle of Flavors: Harambe at Night begins on July 24, 2019, at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Pricing is $125 plus tax for adults and $99 plus tax for children ages 3-9 and separate park admission is required. Reservations can be made starting April 3 by calling 407 WDW-DINE (407 939-3463) or by visiting the Walt Disney World Resort Dining Page.

    Annual Passholders and Disney Vacation Club Members can receive early access to reservations starting on April 2 by calling 407 WDW-DINE (407 939-3463).
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    $99 for a three year old is insane.
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    At the rate these 'After Dark' hard ticket events are popping up, it will soon be that you have to buy a 'regular' MYW ticket for daylight hours and a second 'hard ticket' if you want to be in ANY of the parks after dark. So, instead of $125 (based on single day, single park ticket) to get you 12 - 15 hours in a park, it will be $125 for 8 - 10 hours of daylight and another $140 for 3- 5 hours 'after dark'....

    AND, for every park that does a hard ticket "After Dark" event, the people who would normally be in that park (or those parks) will be funneled into one of the parks that do not have an event going on, making that park (or those parks) even more packed.

    It is getting truly sad how money hungry Disney is getting (Yes, I know this is not new and Disney is a corporation out for profit,) but as long as people fork out the $$$ they will just keep doing more and more of this.
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