Comments for ‘Monstrous Summer All Nighter’ 24-hour day announced for Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort to take place on May 24

17 Comments

  1. Coby

    I don’t know… holding it on Memorial Day Weekend seems like a decision that could end really poorly.

  2. susy

    I disagree maybe people that didn’t get to go last year will go this yearabd it might be less crowded
    We don’t know how big the crowds are going to be until it happens

  3. Al D

    To say the WDW One Magic Day celebration went off without a hitch might be an exgaration. I saw pictures and read reports of waits of over an hour to get out of the Magic Kingson do to a drastic miscaculation (or miscommunication) with transportation.

  4. mitchjs

    I booked immediately after reading this post (thanks Ricky) to do Disneyland this time… I know it will be nuts… but you only go around once…. im flying into LAX on 23rd in the afternoon, then back home(PA) on Sunday (26th), so… I figure at 6am sat I go back to hotel, for a few hr sleep(6hrs), then back to park for a more….

  5. Justine

    This is gonna be bad. I’m pretty sure it’ll be really crowded. We’re having our grad night along with other schools on that date so I’m honestly upset.

    1. Teri

      I know what you mean. My school is having grad nite that day too. I’m upset about it. Apparently, we get special things that the other grad nite nights don’t get.

      1. Sarah

        I thought disney gradnites were cancelled after 2011? You both have gradnite on may 24th for the all nighter in disney world magic kingdom florida? And what hours will your school be there for? Thats not very fair to the seniors

        1. Jill

          Grad nite is cancelled its at Universal now .

  6. SedonaBnd

    You couldn’t get me NEAR Disneyland on this weekend, let alone a 24-hour day (you should have been here for their Leap Year fiasco LOL)!!! Good luck to all of you brave enough to traverse the maddening “guests” and have a MAGICAL time! =)

  7. Toni

    My daughter’s class is going on the 24th, sounds like this day could be as busy as new years eve…. We went a few weeks ago and with all the rides down in was not a good trip…. They picked a bad weekend and with the end of the year events for schools in the area… Staying home

  8. Suha

    OMG WHAT THE HECK IT’S GONNA BE SO PACKED, GRAD NIGHT IS THIS FRIDAY AT DISNEYLAND CALIFORNIA. 24 HOURS WTFF?!?@? -____-

  9. christy

    Went to leap year…..got to the land the evening before at 9pm slept on the sidewalk…at 4:30 am the line began to move…2000 mickey ears were given out…I got one….entered the land at 6am with 2000 others and 1000 others behind us…..the day was a regular one until 6pm every college kid in the area must have been there…..the entire area between parks was full the tickets lines full….i know this because after seeing gobs of groups of people coming in I decided to leave…the freeways and streets around the resort….two hour waits to get in….one hour to get out…..whew! no I will not do that again

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