Disney Shared Details Of The Upcoming Food And Beverage Event Coming To California Adventure
Update, February 25, 2021: Disneyland just released tons of details about the upcoming food and drink ticket event, including the name: A Touch of Disney.
The limited-capacity ticket event begins March 18 at California Adventure. Although rides will remain closed, attendees can enjoy some of the best food and drink that Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Parks have to offer. Seriously, all of your favorites will be there from dole whips to churros to the Monte Cristo sandwich from New Orleans Square. Disney will even serve many of these in smaller portions so you can try more than usual. All of this and more can be found in selected marketplaces around the park.
In addition to the food, fans can also purchase merch and pose for photos in famous locations, some of which are brand new and will only be available during this event. The park will even have a new soundtrack! The event takes place from Thursday to Monday from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tickets are $ 75 and include entry, parking, unlimited downloads of Disney PhotoPass photos for the day, and a $ 25 A Touch of Disney meal card that you can use on food and soft drinks.
Tickets for the experience will be available from March 4th and can be reserved for days from March 18th to April 5th. For more information, see Disney's blog post on the subject.
Original, February 9, 2021: Disney California Adventure opens for a food and drink ticket event on select dates starting this spring.
In a letter to Disneyland cast members received from multiple outlets including The Orange County Register, Disneyland President Ken Potrock said the event was slated to begin in mid-March and would be a "brand new limited-time ticketing experience." Our world famous food and beverage offerings from across the resort, the latest merchandise and unique, carefully crafted entertainment experiences. "The event is expected to take place several times a week, although the dates have not yet been publicly set.
The parks will get 700 Disney cast members back to work, The Register reported. This is in addition to the 230 cast members who have already worked again on Buena Vista Street in the park. The area was opened to guests for shopping and dining in November 2020.
Disneyland's parks have been largely closed to theme park visitors since March 2020. While this event allows guests to return to the park, it is a little different from their typical Disney experience. The rides will not operate and there will be no parades or other traditional attractions. Obviously, there will also be heightened COVID-19 security measures, as was the case at the other Disney parks, CNN Business.
"With limited capacity and improved health and safety measures, guests can re-enter a magical Disney environment - one that offers the unforgettable and fun experiences our guests crave," he wrote in the letter.
More details about the event, including a name, prices, and how to get tickets (as well as what groceries will be available!) Are expected to be revealed as we near an opening date.
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