When Guests visit Disneyland, oftentimes, they plan to ride certain major attractions. Now that Disneyland Resort is open again, there are some E-ticket attractions that Guests have been looking forward to riding for over a year.
Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Disneyland is an incredibly popular land and new addition to the theme park, especially considering it has one of the most technologically advanced attractions. Rise of the Resistance has remained just as popular as the day it debuted, with Guests waking up extra early to ensure that they can secure a boarding pass to ride the attraction.
Unfortunately, attractions may go down for a temporary closure that can last from a few hours to a few days or longer. Today, Rise of the Resistance will not be running. When Guests join a boarding group on the Disneyland App, they will be greeted with an important update.
Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance is unavailable today and we will not be able to board any recruits. We apologize for this inconvenience. We encourage our Guests to explore other areas of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge or other offering at Disneyland Park.
ORLANDO, Fla. – Walt Disney World shared new details Wednesday about its new Halloween event coming to Magic Kingdom theme park, “Disney After Hours BOO BASH.”
The event begins Aug. 10 and will run through Halloween night. Disney said tickets for the three-hour event will go on sale June 15 and can be purchased online.
Tickets start at $129, plus tax for August and September nights and $159, plus tax for October nights, and $199, plus tax for Halloween night. Disney annual passholders and Disney Vacation Club members can take advantage of a $10 discount for event nights in August and September.
Disney announced details about some of the entertainment for the event.
Guests will see Halloween-themed cavalcades which include Mickey’s Happy Halloween Cavalcade, the Disney Villains Halloween Cavalcade, Jack’s Nightmare Cavalcade and the Maleficent fire-breathing dragon.
Fireworks will soon be returning to Disney Parks, Halloween Horror Nights tickets on sale, Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge announces a reopening date, and more in this week's Disney News video!
In the months since Disneyland announced it is sunsetting its annual pass program, frequent park guests have fretted about the loss. Now we know what’s next: a membership program.
Deadline confirmed the news Friday after Josh D’Amaro, chairman of Disney Parks, Experiences and Products told the Los Angeles Times a replacement membership program was coming “relatively soon.”
More specifically, in regard to replacing the annual pass program, Disneyland President Ken Potrock recently told the official D23 Inside Disney podcast that the park would “clearly be launching something by the end of the year.”
Potrock indicated that the new membership program will be heavily informed by guest demand and experience. To that end, he said park officials were parsing results from research conducted earlier this year.
As California Reopens, Disneyland Sees Massive, Mostly Maskless And Non-Socially Distanced Crowds That jives with D’Amaro’s comment to the L.A. Times that the new program “will reflect the behavior of our superfans.”
Another Disney World parkgoer is getting attention on TikTok after saying she broke Disney World's dress code and got a free shirt.
Alyssa Schueller posted a TikTok video on Friday that was filmed in Epcot and has been viewed more than 3 million times.
She first showed herself with the caption "getting escorted to a free shirt bc mine 'isn't appropriate.'" She showed her bikini-style top, which was black with thin straps, and a Disney World employee.
The video then appeared to show an employee filling out a voucher at a gift-shop register with a yellow T-shirt on the counter. Schueller ended the video with a clip of herself wearing the shirt and making a peace sign.
"It's true guys," Schueller wrote across the video, seeming to refer to another popular TikTok video in which someone said Disney World sometimes gives free shirts to people who wear tops that it deems inappropriate.