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This event is extinct.
It last took place in 2017.

Typical Dates: Saturdays

Club Villain at Disney's Hollywood Studios is an add-on event that debuted in January 2016. It is a dinner show is hosted by Princess and the Frog bad guy Dr. Facilier (a.k.a. The Shadow Man) and promises visits from some of his fiends...uh, friends.

Where Is It?

Club Villain is held at Sunset Showcase, a new venue tucked into the Rock 'n' Roller Coaster courtyard.

How Much Does It Cost?

Here comes the downside: The price is $129 per person. Although that $129 includes includes both tax and gratuity, it does NOT include park admission (which is required). This is a notable increase from the $99 charged when the event premiered, although Annual Passholder and Disney Vacation Club discounts may be available on certain dates. Further salting the wound is that the same pricing apply to both children and adults.

What It Includes

In addition to visits by popular villains including Maleficent (Sleeping Beauty), the Queen of Hearts (Alice in Wonderland), the Evil Queen (Snow White), and Cruella De Vil (101 Dalmatians), a DJ plays some cassette tapes (we haven't been to a club in a while).

The ticketed event also includes a New Orleans-inspired dinner, as well as drinks. Yes, alcoholic drinks are included in the price. While not technically an adults-only event, the lack of child pricing and inclusion of alcohol indicate that Disney is strongly discouraging children.