For the first time since 2019, the 4th of July fireworks are coming BACK to Magic Kingdom, and park reservations are filling up FAST. If you were hoping to catch these patriotic fireworks this year, we have news for you.
The Park Pass theme park reservation system has been in place in Disney World and Disneyland since the parks reopened following the COVID-19 closures.
The system helps Disney control capacity in the parks and know how many guests will be there each day. We’ve seen Disney executives comment on the park pass system in the past, how it’s being used, and how it could be here to stay, but today we got even more updates on the system and how long it could be sticking around.
It’s time for some Disney news, people! The company often shares important updates and news during its quarterly earnings calls as well as during events like Investor Days, so we monitor all of these happenings in order to keep you informed.
Today, The Walt Disney Company took part in a Q&A session at the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media and Telecom Conference, and there were some interesting comments made about capacity at the Disney Parks.
Though Disney’s theme parks around the world had to close for pretty lengthy periods of times in 2019, Disney’s theme parks have now generally been open for some time.
Over the past several months, we’ve seen days with very low crowds in the parks and days with BIG crowds. But, what does attendance look like right now in comparison to previous years? We just got an important update!
Hello from Disney World, where we’re celebrating the start of the resort’s 18-month-long 50th Anniversary Celebration 🎉!
And we’re doing EVERYTHING we can today: eating all the snacks, checking out all the new merchandise, watching the new character cavalcade, viewing the TWO new nighttime shows, and more! And we’re not alone, because we’ve got a lot of fellow Disney World fans celebrating with us!
If you’re as obsessed with Disney World as we are, then you are not only WELL aware of the upcoming 50th Anniversary Celebration this year, but you’re orienting your entire calendar around it!
But let’s get real: as momentous and once-in-a-lifetime as this experience will surely be, it’s going to be CAH-RAY-ZAY for a variety of reasons. So if you’re still debating whether or not to visit for the occasion, here’s why you probably SHOULDN’T!
Another week has gone by and more, BIG Disney news has been shared!
This week some 50th Anniversary merchandise became available for guests to purchase, Disney’s new Halloween After Hours event took place for the first time in Magic Kingdom, and Disney shared some big financial updates. Ready to dive into all the Disney news and updates you need to know? Let’s go!
We completely understand that the food is a VERY important aspect of this festival and trust us we will get to ALL of the food. However, there are some other important things you will need to know about when you visit the festival.
Disney World crowd levels have certainly changed over the past few months.
With changes to capacity limitations and the continued use of the Disney Park Pass theme park reservation system, we’ve been keeping a close eye on the number of people in the Disney World parks. Well, today we noticed a SURPRISING crowd level in Disney’s Hollywood Studios!
For the last year and a half, the Walt Disney Company has had to contend with a surprising number of challenges.
Now, as health measures start to lift and health officials begin to okay something of a return to normal, Disney executives, Disney employees, and Disney guests alike are looking to the future of the Disney parks. We are checking out a few recent quotes from Disney CEO Bob Chapek as Disney continues to work through this time of change. So, what does Chapek have to say about the future of the Disney parks?