Disney World Gives a First Peek at Its Dazzling 50th Anniversary Plans. Walt Disney World has a big birthday coming up in 2021. The “World’s Most Magical Celebration” will kick off across all four Walt Disney World theme parks on Oct. 1, 2021, and will run for 18 months.
With Coco’s amazing success and the EPOCT Mexico Pavilion in need of a refurb, is this a good time to blend the two? Recent changes suggest it might, We discuss that, and Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure’s upcoming opening still slated for later this year.
There has been a lot of news around Disneyland this week with new updates to the Jungle Cruise in both parks, Season passes refunded, and Covid19 Vaccination happening on the property (we hope it is in the park). Let’s chat!
An imaginative color stylist and designer, Mary Blair helped introduce modern art to Walt Disney and his Studio, and, for nearly 30 years, he touted her inspirational work for his films and theme parks alike. Animator Marc Davis, who put Mary’s exciting use of color on par with Matisse, recalled, “She brought modern art to Walt in a way that no one else did. He was so excited about her work.” Animator Frank Thomas added:
The 2021 Epcot International Festival of the Arts dates are January 8th through February 22nd, 2021. This Epcot Festival made its debut in 2017, celebrating three artistic disciplines: Culinary, Visual, and Performing Arts.
Today we are discussing Disney News for the first week of January 2021 with the announcement that Magic hours are going away permanently and being replaced. The magical express is going away at the end of 2021, Disney moving the office to Floriday, and more.
Live Life in the Fast Lane
Inside their Hollywood music studio, legendary rock band Aerosmith is wrapping up a recording session. When their manager tells them they’re late for a concert across town, the band invites you to ride along.
Hop into their gleaming limousine and speed off into the night as Aerosmith’s hard-rock harmonies fill the air. Buckle up before zooming through the city on this roller-coaster style attraction.
Rock This Way
Speed through iconic Hollywood landmarks. Maneuver past traffic jams and swoop into 3 thrilling inversions—2 rollover loops and one corkscrew—as the wind races across your face.
Will you make it to the year’s biggest concert in time?