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Full Details Of Season Of The Force
James Burns
Season of the Force will land at Disneyland park on April 5th and run through to June 2nd with a new nighttime experience in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, along with food, exclusive merchandise and more!

New experiences debuting during Season of the Force

On select nights starting April 5 at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, you will be able to take in “Fire of the Rising Moons,” a nighttime experience that debuts a different view of the stunning Disneyland park fireworks display, with musical accompaniment.

During this special gathering, villagers and visitors will come together to celebrate their freedom and to honor the heroes and legends of the galaxy who came before them. As the skies over Batuu light up in bursts of color, imaginations are ignited with the iconic music associated with tales from across the galaxy. It will be a powerful moment you won’t want to miss!

Including selections from composer John Williams’ Star Wars film scores, “Fire of the Rising Moons” can be experienced from multiple areas in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, including the Black Spire Spaceport, the TIE Echelon docking platform and the speeder garage. Your MagicBand+ will also add to the ceremony’s atmosphere with colorful lights and ambient vibrations.

Also beginning April 5, Star Tours – The Adventures Continue will feature new additions inspired by the Disney+ series “Ahsoka,” “Andor” and “The Mandalorian.” Earlier this month, we revealed the planet Peridea as the attraction’s newest destination. During your flight, you may also receive urgent transmissions from Ahsoka Tano, Cassian Andor or Din Djarin and Grogu.

Limited-time Star Wars attraction overlay, merch and more

Whether you choose the way of the Jedi or pledge your allegiance to the dark side, the many choices of limited-time food and beverages, new merchandise and more will make Season of the Force a must-visit!

The high-speed Space Mountain overlay, Hyperspace Mountain, will return to Tomorrowland for a limited time through June 2. You’ll once again be able to race through the galaxy, encountering a Star Destroyer and dodging TIE fighters along the way.

During Season of the Force, be on the lookout for new merchandise coming to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edgeand Star Trader in Tomorrowland at Disneyland park, plus Star Wars Trading Post in Downtown Disney District.

Among the new releases will be the Star Tours – The Adventures Continue merchandise collection, coming to Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort. Pictured above, the hoodie and tee are a great way for galactic galivants to flex their frequent flyer status! Select items will also become available at DisneyStore.com later this year.

Harnessing the power of the Force can really work up an appetite. Fuel up with specialty themed food and beverages available for a limited time, such as the Star Wars sugar cookie. Plus, you will be able to store rations in new collectible novelties, available for purchase while supplies last. Stay tuned for the full menu – the Disney Eats: Season of the Force Foodie Guide will be released soon!

New this year, aspiring bounty hunters in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge will be able to join the search for Din Djarin, Grogu and more with a holopuck Magic Shot from Disney PhotoPass Service. Returning Star Wars Magic Shots and themed Disney PhotoPass Lenses (included with the purchase of Disney Genie+ service)* create additional opportunities to commemorate your visit to a galaxy far, far away.

Star Wars experiences available throughout the year

From out-of-this-world dining at Galactic Grill to thrilling attractions like Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance, Disneyland park is home to Star Wars experiences you can enjoy all year long. My personal favorite: I could make the jump to hyperspace on Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run again and again!

At Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, you can use MagicBand+ to track down virtual bounties in the Star Wars: Batuu Bounty Hunters quest. Vibrations and lights from your band help guide you to your bounty, and the augmented reality thermal viewer in the Play Disney Parks app** reveals who is hiding in the shadows.

Aspiring builders can construct their own custom Star Wars merchandise at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. At Savi’s Workshop – Handbuilt Lightsabers, you can forge your own lightsaber under the guidance of skilled Gatherers. Droid Depot is stocked with parts, chips and more to assemble your own BB-series, C-series or R-series unit. Purchase is required for both experiences, and advanced reservations are highly encouraged.

The Force is calling! Are you ready to live your own Star Wars adventure at Disneyland Resort?

Entertainment, experiences, and offerings may be modified, limited in availability or unavailable, and are subject to restrictions, and change or cancellation without notice. Both valid Theme Park reservation and admission for the same Park on the same day are required for Park entry. Park reservations are limited, subject to availability and not guaranteed. Park admission and offerings are not guaranteed. Visit Disneyland.com/updates for important information to know before visiting the Disneyland Resort.

*With the purchase of Disney Genie+ service, Disneyland guests can access many Disney PhotoPass Lenses in the Disneyland app as soon as they enter a theme park. Select Disney PhotoPass Lenses are accessible only within designated areas of Disneyland Resort. Some Disney PhotoPass Lenses will remain accessible in the Disneyland app until 5:59 a.m. on the 45th day after the day on which the Disney Genie+ service was used; certain states and localities are excluded. Many Disney PhotoPass Lenses use technology that detects the coordinates of key points on a guest’s face and/or hands and may be used only by guests 18 years of age and older who have consented to use of this technology. Therefore, guests unable to provide such consent, as well as guests under 18 years of age, will have fewer lenses available to use. To access Disney PhotoPass Lenses, an eligible mobile device with the Disneyland app with access to the device’s camera and location is required. Use of Disney PhotoPass Lenses is subject to the Terms and Conditions. Subject to restrictions and change without notice.

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