The opening of TRON Lightcycle / Run is fast approaching!
We’ve been seeing updates on construction almost daily and we recently even saw the entrance sign installed. Today we got even BIGGER news if you can believe it!
The time we have all been waiting for has finally arrived!
After years — and we mean actual YEARS — of waiting, TRON Lightcycle / Run is finally opening in Disney World! The new coaster will open to guests on April 4th, 2023, and we’ve been keeping up with the latest progress and details. Now, we have more information on the virtual queue TRON Lightcycle / Run!
Here at DFB, we love keeping up with the progress of new attractions at Disney World. It’s so exciting to watch the magic slowly come to life!
Out of all the new attractions and restaurants coming soon to Disney World, TRON Lightcycle/Run is among the most highly anticipated. After all, it’s a high-speed coaster with unique ride vehicles, cool lighting effects, and a thrilling storyline. Now, there’s an exciting update at this ride’s construction site!
A lot of changes are happening at Disneyland Resort!
Splash Mountain will soon be getting a makeover, a new restaurant is coming, and Mickey’s Toontown is being reimagined. While the reimagined land needs a little more time to be fully completed, a new attraction is opening soon in the land — Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway! And, we just found out more about what you can expect from the ride when it opens.
Never has a Disney popcorn bucket caused so much drama and scandal as the Figment popcorn bucket in EPCOT. We should have known how popular it would be based on the hype it got on social media once it was announced, but no one was prepared for the 6-hour-long wait times or eBay re-sales going for hundreds of dollars.
The bucket was released at the 2022 EPCOT Festival of the Arts, and Disney has announced that it’ll return for this year’s festival as well (that festival begins on January 13th)! So how will Disney avoid the chaos of last year’s Figment bucket distribution? Don’t worry — this year, they’ve got a plan. [Read more…]
We’ve already gotten a peek inside the ride, shared up-close looks at its construction, and heard some of the music that could be used in the area. But are you fully prepared for the ride’s opening day? How can you make sure you get on the attraction when it opens? We’ve got our complete list of tips here.
The one thing that is inevitable at Disney World is change, but we’ve seen a LOT of change over the past few years.
From the massive EPCOT transformation to the park pass reservation system to Genie+, we’re sure that these changes have left many of you reeling. So we asked our readers which changes at Disney World gave you the most anxiety. Here’s what you told us!
Believe it or not, The Walt Disney Company is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year!
Disney knows how to celebrate, and we’ve already seen some sneak peeks about what we can expect in terms of decor, merchandise, food, and more. Disney just released new details about a new nighttime spectacular coming to Disneyland, and now we know exactly how you’ll be able to view it!
We probably aren’t the first ones to mention that Disney World can get a tad bit busy around the holidays.
We’ve been keeping up with the crowds and wait times so you know how to prepare for your visit, and while some crowds have surprised us (in being shockingly low), other spots have had big crowds. High crowd levels may tempt you to pay for Genie+ or get Pay-Per-Ride access to Disney World’s most popular attractions. If you’re thinking about trying to get an Individual Lightning Lane for the parks’ most popular rides, you might want to see just how quickly they sold out on Christmas Day!
And with so much change happening throughout the parks, it’s important to keep up so you know what to expect on your next visit. We do our best to make sure you’re prepared for every possible scenario, so let’s check out the new problems you might face in Disney World in 2023 — and what you can do about them.