PHOTOS: Rad NEW Vintage Pleasure Island T-Shirt Released at Disney Springs

It’s time to party like it’s 1989, because we’re headed back to the days of the Neon Armadillo, Mannequin’s, and the Adventurer’s Club at Disney Springs.

Disney certainly loves to close things and then sell merchandise to us after ripping our hearts out, and this new tee is no different. The 1989 logo for Pleasure Island is featured on this vintage graphic t-shirt, even including the beloved Funmeister!

The shirt retails for $24.99 and comes in a variety of sizes. We found it at the World of Disney store.

You can reminisce about the fun had the clubs of of PI, or if you were too young to experience the craziness of the extinct Downtown Disney district, you can just wear it ironically I guess. Of course, we relived the magic of Pleasure Island at our Pleasure Beach event back in May, which you can see highlights of below:

Happy New Year and KUNGALOOSH!

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dreamitdoit
dreamitdoit
1 year ago

I would have believed they found these in a back room somewhere and decided to put them on the floor, but they are tagless, so I guess they are brand new. What a time to be alive.

Ken G
Ken G
1 year ago

I remember Pleasure Island very well and still have several items from there. I loved the “Yesterears” shop that had vintage-style Mickey shirts and more. I think folks would be surprised though just how “adult” PI was at night. Scantily dressed hostesses walking around selling Jello-shots as just one example. It was fun though!

Yearning for yesterears
Yearning for yesterears
1 year ago
Reply to  Ken G

…and it was awesome! Loved PI. That’s when WDW had something for everyone. Plenty for families, but at least some options for others and older kids. Now, not so much. It’s gotten tough for anyone without pre adolescent kids to visit any longer.