We’ve seen a few changes to the Virtual Queue process for this ride over the recent months. As it stands, you can snag a spot at 7AM as long as you have a Disney Park Pass reservation for Disney’s Hollywood Studios and at 1PM as long as you have been admitted to the park that day. The process is similar in Disneyland. Now, there’s been ANOTHER change to make snagging a Boarding Group a little easier.
Disneyland’s big reopening day is coming SOON!
We’ve already taken a look at what rides and restaurants will be available, what characters you could see in the parks, and so much more. But if you’re a Star Wars fan, you may be wondering about a popular ride in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge — Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance. We recently shared some details about the virtual queue that will be used for Rise of the Resistance, but now, we’ve got more updates! [Read more…]
April 30th is getting closer!
We’re looking forward to Disneyland’s big reopening, and we’re bringing you ALL the details. A few days ago, we confirmed the list of all the rides that would be reopening with the parks — and Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance was included! Now, we have even more details on what your journey to Galaxy’s Edge will look like.
We’ve been hard at work scoping out all the latest news for you this week. Today we have all the details on the latest in the Disney World theme parks and MORE!
See all of our coverage on Disney park closures and reopenings HERE. We still have a LOT to share with you this week, so let’s jump right in… .
You can bet that we spent our morning trying to nab a boarding group for Rise of the Resistance.
Rise of the Resistance is the super high-demand ride in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge — even in the limited capacity reopening days of Hollywood Studios! If there’s one thing that’s no fun, it’s running into a glitch when boarding groups are loading. Today, when we were trying to grab our spot in the Virtual Queue, we ran into a glitch that’s pretty tiny — but it could mean the difference between you getting a boarding group or not!