Mom And Daughter; Animal Kingdom
  • On Jul 29, 2015
    Fanny from FL Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    My family and I will be going to the Hoop Dee Doo dinner show. Which seating level do you believe is better for a group of 13 if level 1 is not available?

    Hi Fanny,

    Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel!  Hooray!  Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Review is such a blast, and with a big group all going together, I know you're going to have a memorable meal.  

    There really isn't a bad seat in the house, so no matter which category you choose, you'll have a great view.  The performers are also terrific at making their way into the crowd and involving everyone, no matter where they're seated.  To see a floor plan of the 3 seating categories to get an idea of where you might be seated, just visit the Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Review page and scroll to the bottom.  Category 1 seats are on the floor closest to the stage, front and center.  Category 2 will place you on the floor under the balcony, with some seats in the front up in the balcony section.  Category 3 seating is on either side up in the balcony.  If location and view are what you're after, I'd recommend Category 2 for your group and this would be my personal choice if Category 1 is not available.  Some families prefer Category 3 since it sometimes is less crowded (and the price is a bit lower), but still gives you the full hootenanny experience. 

    I hope that helps with your decision, Fanny!  Please say hello to Claire de Lune, Six Bits Slocum and the rest of the gang for me!

    Wishing you a Disney day!

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Meet the Panelist: Beth, Missouri

My love of Walt Disney World Resort may have started when I was a child, but I've grown to love it even more as a parent vacationing with my own kids. If you have questions about traveling with toddlers, tweens or teens, "Disney Dining" or in-park special events, ask away! Learn More About Beth

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