It’s here! Today is the first day of performances for “A Salute to the Golden Horseshoe Revue,” part of “Limited Time Magic” here at Disneyland park. This highly anticipated show will run every Thursday-Monday through February 4, and features some of your favorite numbers from the original Frontierland show. Take a peek inside the new show in the video below – as well as a nostalgic look back at the original.
And be sure to come see “A Salute to the Golden Horseshoe Revue” yourself … “and tell ‘em Walt sent you!”
Can anyone tell me if this is similar to the “Hoop Dee Doo Revue” in Fort Wilderness??
No, this is a new show inspired by the “Golden Horseshoe Revue” which was performed at Disneyland park from 1955-1986.
One of our favorite places to go! My husband, our son, grandson and son-in-law have all been part of their show and all this year! First for all of them! So much fun and we laughed so much our cheeks hurt. Anyone who is passing the Golden Horseshoe by is missing a great place to relax, have a bite to eat or something to drink and get one of the best live shows in Disneyland’s Frontier Land! I’d be there but I have just had surgery and can’t make it =o(
I miss Fulton, Wally and Betty. Don’t forget to mention to WDW fans that Betty’s dress is on display in Walt Disney: One Man’s Dream.
Great point – thanks, Rochelle!
I was looking for this on Disney. It’s not listed in the Shows, and what I did see, said it was for Annual Pass Holders only. If this is incorrect, what times does the Review play?
Why is it only showing for a month? Seems like not many people will be able to see it. I wish it would run longer.
Sara – this is being offered as part of “Limited Time Magic” so it’s available for a limited time only!
does something special happen if you tell them “Walt sent you”?
No – I just liked that part of the video 🙂
Simply a classsic! Way to go Disney! and thanks for sharing
I saw this show Thursday and, yes, I did see the classic show back in the day. As good as that show was in my memory, thanks to the very talented Wally Boag, Betty Taylor, and Fulton Burley and the wonderful dancers and musicians, this show is even better! Anyone who has a chance to see it in this limited run will find themselves twitterpated with Miss Lily and thrilled by the high-energy show. Thank you, Disney, for bringing new life to a treasured classic.
When I attended Cal State Long Beach in the early 70’s, one of my Delta Gamma sorority sisters was the banjo player for this show!
I would really like to see something similar return to Magic Kingdom Park. As a child this was one of our top family picks during every visit. Could you please give us any insight as to if it is even being considered for WDW? Please!
What time are the shows? I haven’t been able to find the info online.
On opening day these were the following show times 11:30am, 12:45am, 2:00pm, 4:00pm & 5:15pm. there was also a 6:30 for AP which from what i was told requires the meal. The times could vary change. you still want to get there when the park opens to get your reservation though.
I have my AP reservations for tomorrow night :). I am so excited!
I really hope they do something with Meet the Robinsons. That is my favorite Disney movie and for limited time magic hope and pray that even a character meet and greet could happen.
You are killing me! I’m stuck in the middle of Texas and I grew up with this show. I was hoping for years you would bring something back. So many memories from childhood. I’m going to shed a tear for the fond memories it brings back and a selfish one for being no where near there.
I was at the show for Annual Passholders last night and I have to say, it was a lot of fun. The music and dancing were wonderful. The jokes were as corny as I remembered them from years past. The food was tasty and everyone went home with souvenirs of the event. I look forward to enjoying more of these events at Disneyland.
I saw the show twice on Friday 1/11 and really enjoyed it. I was surprised that tickets were so easily available and that there were quite a few empty tables. I never remember tickets but I do remember long lines.
I remember going to the show numerous times in 1963 through the end and once in Florida shortly after it opened (with Wally and crew).
The dancing and singing were great but I missed the comedy
We attended AP opening night and were not disappointed. The cast was obviously different but the energy and fun were the same. I was fortunate to see Wally, Betty Fulton and company many times as a youngster. The new show was very reminiscent of those times. I’m glad there was no attempt to do Wally’s performance. It was unique and better left in our memories. Wally Boag passed in 2012, but his spirit, as well as those of Betty, Fulton and all of the talented performers of that fun time live on.