Walt Disney World is so much more than just the four main theme parks. There are many other things that you can do around the resorts. Jellyrolls is one of those. They had not reopened since the COVID-19 pandemic closure, but we now have an opening date. This is what they recently posted on their Facebook page:
“Jellyrolls will reopen in Friday, October 15th! The cover charge will remain $15, and they will be open Thursday through Monday from 7:00pm to 1:45am. Masks must be worn inside while walking around but may be taken off once you are seated with drinks. Popcorn will still be complimentary to everyone visiting!”
Have you ever been to Jellyrolls before? If not this is how it is explained on the Walt Disney World website:
“Raise a glass as you enjoy the musical stylings of a pair of piano prodigies. No request is too obscure. These musical maestros can play anything. Well, almost anything. Go ahead—try to stump them!
Take your seat in front of a stage featuring twin baby grand pianos—and enjoy the show. The players take turns dazzling the audience with their showmanship and easy rapport. It’s a great time all around!”
If you have never been to Disney’s Boardwalk Resort you need to. Recently on Disney Parks Blog, they announced that nightly entertainment would be returning as well. Before the COVID-19 pandemic closure, from 7 to 10 street performers would use the BoardWalk as their stage every night. You would have magicians and jugglers, and in my opinion, it’s my favorite thing at Walt Disney World. All shows are free and each performer does four a night. We are very excited about the return.
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