Disneyland Forever fireworks, Paint the Night parade, and World of Color: Celebrate! end on September 5
Fucking sucks. I always love the night parades, and this one is awesome. I won't have the chance to see it before it leaves.
The Electrical Light Parade at Magic Kingdom is closing on the same date. Speculation is that ELP and Paint The Night are switching places for a while.
Makes sense for them to do this since the 60th Anniversary was only supposed to last for one month and they extended it to a whole year.
Electrical Parade coming back to Disneyland early next year and Paint the Night to return select days during the holidays. So happy to see the Main street electrical coming back to California.
Good thing I did all those when I was there. Didn't realise they were mainly for the 60th Anniversary stuff.
Since this is basically a Disneyland thread might as well post news about the new parking structure.
It's going to be 7 stories tall and built where the Carousel Inn currently is. Also it will have a walkway accross the streets connecting the parking lot to the area near where the trams drop visitors off.
After nearly 17 years of Steven Tyler low key giving guests the shocker at the Aerosmith Rockin' Roller Coaster, I guess somebody finally noticed and complained about it. Disney has digitally altered Steven's hands into an open palm.
Disneyland will be selling a Disneyland California Adventure Annual passes through Costco for around $329. This pass will only give access to DCA and will be subject to blackout dates (most likely similar to the Deluxe pass with 315 days of admission). Theory is that Disneyland will be testing this pass out in order to see if they can spread the crowds out between the two parks and if it is successful they will restructure AP's by completely removing SoCal Select (you can't buy it, but there are ways to obtain it by downgrading your pass, or renewing it if you are already grandfathered in) and replace it with the new Disneyland California Adventure Fun Pass.
Also when Fantasmic comes back next year, the Peter Pan Segment will be replaced (due to the whole crocodile situation).
The pass has been confirmed (seen costco pictures of it) but yeah, appears to be a socal thing, nothing confirmed for other areas. And if the whole reason Pan is going away due to the fact an Alligator avenged Harambe, I'm going to be mad. Hook has always been one of my favorite villians.
So apparently if you go to the Main Street city hall at Disneyland you can ask for the recipes to any dish in the park. Can anyone confirm?
And if so, next time someone from BG is there, could you check/get the recipes for the two beef kabobs (Bengal/Banyan) from Bengal Barbecue?
I've checked online, and there are conflicts/multiple versions, so I'd like it from the source if possible.
Where did you hear this? They typically keep those guarded under lock and key.
They give out certain recipes during AP days but I'll confirm next time I go on Saturday.
Yesterday at Epcot I did Soarin', which I understand is a direct copy of the California Adventure ride. I really liked it except for the Taj Mahal scene. Apparently Disney was not allowed to film the actual Taj Mahal for the ride and so they used computer animation to make it...and you can tell. It's not good. Wish they would have just picked a different location instead of half-assing an animated scene.
$329 with 60 blockout days mostly on Saturdays and certain holidays during the summer. Of course the last two weeks of December are blocked out. This isn't terrible since SoCal Select had more blockout dates (almost all weekends) for roughly the same price.