Disney News Round Up



Disneyland® Resort


New Entertainment to Debut

Guests will enjoy new entertainment in Frontierland and at The Golden Horseshoe restaurant.


Performers include a strolling magician on the streets of Frontierland. Coming soon, The Golden Horseshoe will welcome a pair of piano players taking turns playing iconic tunes of the Old West and even take requests from the audience. \You’ll have to stop in and give it your best shot!



‘Halloween Screams’ debuting at Disneyland Park

All guests visiting Disneyland Park during the Halloween season this year will be able to see a version of the supernatural projection and special effects show called “Halloween Screams!"


Jack Skellington plays host , along with his ghostly dog Zero from the Walt Disney Pictures classic “Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas.” Guests will enjoy the spooky sights and sounds, including a new projection show featuring classic Disney villains like Maleficent and Ursula—all set to a medley of Halloween-inspired songs.



New Pedestrian Bridge Now Open

The long-awaited pedestrian bridge connecting the expanded parking decks to Downtown Disney is NOW OPEN!  The new pedestrian bridge over Magic Way is now open, marking the completion of the expanded parking project on the westside of the Resort.


Guests can either ride a resort tram from the Mickey & Friends and Pixar Pals parking structures, or they can choose to walk across bridge for a short walk to reach the Main Entrance esplanade. Digital signage on each side of the bridge will help drivers [RM1] navigate around the resort.



Walt Disney World Resort


WonderFall Flavors Begins Today at Disney Springs

Jump into Fall with WonderFall Flavors at Disney Springs. The popular, limited-time celebration begins today and runs through November 4, 2019. Over 30 locations are participating this year, with choices that include dining, beverage and shopping.

Enjoy specialty cocktails and ciders, desserts and main dishes featuring the popular flavors of the season like pumpkin, squash, apple, cinnamon, and more.


Disney Skyliner Set for Take Off

Guests have been watching the construction of the Disney Skyliner for over a year. It will finally take off on September 29, 2019. Guests aboard this complimentary transportation system will see one-of-a-kind views of woodlands, waterways and Disney’s Hollywood Studios® and Epcot® – with familiar Disney pals appearing to be along for the ride.



New Character Buses Join Disney Transportation

Earlier this summer, guests boarded new Walt Disney World® Resort buses wrapped with he sensational six: Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Goofy and Pluto.  


More buses featuring characters from some of the most beloved Disney films are joining the fleet. These new buses feature beloved characters like Simba from Disney’s “The Lion King,” and Mike and Sully from “Monsters, Inc.,” and Moana.




Mary Graham is a Vacation Specialist with Coasters & Castles Travel. She keeps up with all the latest news so her clients don't have to! Email her at mary@tripsbymary.com.

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