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    First Ever Disneyland After Dark: Pride Nite is Coming in June

    Disneyland Park will host the first ever Disneyland After Dark: Pride Nite during a separately ticketed evening event on Pride Month. The pride celebration will take place on Tuesday, June 13 and Thursday, June 15, 2023.

    Guests can enjoy special after-hours park access to shorter attraction wait times, special entertainment, Character experiences, photo opportunities and much more.

    Pride Nite Event Highlights include:

     Early Admission

    • Enjoy admission to Disneyland Park beginning at 6:00 PM; no theme park reservation required.
    • Rivers of America Dance Party
      Feel the beat as the DJ keeps the party rockin’ along the water’s edge.
    • Pride Cavalcade
      Join in the fun as Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse and their friends dressed in special attire dance along the parade route, working their way down to Main Street, U.S.A.!
    • Ohana Dance Party
      Enjoy this family-friendly, joyful dance party with Disney Characters.
    • Character Experiences
      Look for Mickey Mouse and friends strolling through the festivities and moving to the rhythm on the dance floor!
    • Fun Photo Ops
      Say “Pride!” as Disney PhotoPass photographers capture shots—and incredible memories—in front of Pride-themed backdrops, inspirational messages or with Disney Characters.
    • After-Hours Access to Attractions
      Enjoy some of the park’s classic attractions throughout the event, usually with shorter wait times.
    • Themed Eats
      Nibble the night away—purchase sweet and savory menu options at select Disneyland Park locations. You can even choose items via the app using mobile order!
    • Party Keepsakes
      Receive a commemorative credential and guide map as well as unlimited downloads of Disney PhotoPass digital photos taken during the party. (Credentials and maps are limited to one per ticketed Guest. Does not include separate Disney PhotoPass packages sold at Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique or other locations.)Scan the QR code on your event wristband into the Disneyland app to access Disney PhotoPass digital photos captured during the event. Photos can be downloaded from your Disney account as often as desired, up to 45 days after initial capture. Disney PhotoPass service is subject to the Disney PhotoPass terms and conditions and the Disney PhotoPass expiration policy. Online registration required. Disney PhotoPass photos must be linked to your Disney account to be downloaded.
    • Dress with Pride
      Step out in style! Proudly display your true colors and be your unique and fabulous self. (Costume Guidelines apply.)

      Event Details

      • Location: Disneyland Park
      • Dates: June 13 and 15, 2023
      • Time: 9:00 PM to 1:00 AM
      • Ticket Price Per Guest (Ages 3+): $139

      The ticket to this event also includes admission to Disneyland Park 3 hours before the party begins. Parking fees are not included in the ticket price.

      More information at disneyland.com.

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    Angry Gay Pope
    Angry Gay Pope
    10 months ago

    As a Disney animator I say this with sadness: The park is only for the rich now. What was once designed by the Disney Bros. as a middle class experience is now described by the LA Times as “visiting here is like taking out a time share!” Meanwhile park workers can’t afford to live anywhere NEAR Anaheim, live in their cars, cannot afford medical care and worse. Worse is: park employees have admitted to eating the food left by guests as Disney won’t pay them a living wage. For more see the docu “The American Dream and Other Fairy Tales”… Read more »

    10 months ago

    The city should sponsor sending some youth on a bus to this event. Seniors too. (No, I’m not young enough nor old enough yet)

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