DCP Starlit Splash Party at Typhoon Lagoon

Mickey & Minnie were there!!

Mickey & Minnie were there!!

The final housing event for the Spring 2015 CPs was the Starlit Splash Typhoon Lagoon Takeover.

Disney Housing twitting about the event.

Disney Housing twitting about the event.

For this event, Disney closed Typhoon Lagoon early and invited all the CPs to come swim and dance from 8pm-12am.

No towels. :(

No towels.   BYOT.  😦

They had lots of free food and sodas. And your choice of unlimited Mickey Premium Bars and Mickey ice cream sandwiches.  🙂

Note the E Bus on fire in the background! ;)

Note the E Bus on fire in the background! 😉

Read more about it:  Celebration assumed a new name on May 7:  Starlit Splash. As the sun set on Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park, nearly 5,000 Disney Internships and Programs participants gathered together to dance, eat, swim and play.

For four hours, the water park was open exclusively for programs participants, with attractions like the Storm Slides, Shark Reef and wave pool offering unlimited access and ultimate enjoyment. Snacks and refreshments were scattered throughout the park, and frozen treat stands featuring novelties like Mickey Premium bars provided sweet sustenance all night long.

The 2015 Starlit Splash

The 2015 Starlit Splash at Typhoon Lagoon.

The 2015 CP invitation to the Starlit Splash Party:

Come make some memories at the 2015 Starlit Splash

Spread the word: Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon is open for CPs only!  No guests allowed.

Come to a programs-exclusive beach bash under the stars! But, bring your Housing IDs!!

Free food and sweet treats, water park fun, great music, and dancing in the moonlight and free t-shirt giveaways are all in store for what promises to be an unforgettable evening!

See you there!!!


Free Mickey bars at the party!  Yum!

Character Meet & Greet with Lilo & Stitch

Special Character Meet & Greet with Lilo & Stitch

We went to the Typhoon Lagoon Takeover last year:  2014 Starlit Splash  



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