Moonlight Magic Is Back in 2022

Member Benefits and Perks

The signature Disney Vacaton Club member perk is back in 2022  with eight dates across three parks, beginning with EPCOT in March. 

Epcot Moonlight Magic

Moonlight Magic returns in March 2022 with two exclusive nights at EPCOT, followed later in the year by three nights at Disney's Hollywood Studios and two at Disney's Animal Kingdom

The EPCOT nights are scheduled for Thursday, March 17 and Thursday, March 31, 2022. Moonlight Magic offers Disney Vacation Club members and up to 4 guests exclusive time in the Disney theme parks free of charge. Registration for the EPCOT events begins on February 23 with members who have confirmed reservations at a Walt Disney World resort or Disney's Vero Beach Resort. Those with a registration on file by February 20 will receive an email containing the registration link. 

Disney has not revealed the exact registration time. Members accessing the registration site will be placed in a virtual queue in order to sign up for the event. Moonlight Magic is known to fill to capacity within hours, if not minutes, of the registration opening. 

Any remaining availability for the events will be offered to members without hotel reservations beginning on March 8, 2022. 

Admission to the event is free. Guests wishing to enter the park prior to the event must have valid theme park admission. A deeded Disney Vacation Club member must be present in order to attend. Modifications are not permitted after reservations are made. See the DVC members-only website for additional details. 

Other dates announced for 2022 include May 24, June 16 and July 14 at Disney's Hollywood Studios and July 26, August 31 and September 28 at Disney's Animal Kingdom. Registration dates will be announced in the coming months. 

DVC did not reveal if additional dates were being planned for later in 2022. Moonlight Magic was introduced in 2016 and returned as an annual event, expanding to a projected 13 dates throughout 2020. Most of the 2020 dates were cancelled due to the rise of COVID-19.