Fall favorite celebrations return to the Disneyland Resort with seasonal offerings and festive activities for guests of all ages to enjoy. 

Halloween Time at the Disneyland Resort will cast its eerie spell Sept. 1 – Oct. 31, 2023. Featuring seasonal décor, Halloween-themed attractions, photo opportunities with favorite Disney characters and villains, plus specialty treats and more, there is something for everyone during this spook-tacular celebration.

Festivities during the Halloween celebration will include family-friendly experiences such as Haunted Mansion Holiday, Mickey Mouse pumpkin photos, fan-favorite Cars Land characters in costumes (or “car-stumes”), and much, much more. Tickets for the Oogie Boogie Bash, a Disney Halloween Party that takes place after park hours, will go on sale on June 30. 

Read below for more details!

Spirited seasonal décor and characters dressed in Halloween looks will appear in both theme parks, presenting countless photo opportunities – including the Main Street Pumpkin Festival at Disneyland park and the transformation of Cars Land at Disney California Adventure park into Radiator Screams, where the local residents and establishments are decked out in their Haul-O-Ween best.

At Disneyland, Jack Skellington and his friends from “Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas” will once again wreck the halls of Haunted Mansion Holiday. Another deliciously diabolical gingerbread house, created by the Disneyland Resort culinary team, will be displayed in the transformed attraction’s ballroom.

Each night through Oct. 31, the Halloween Screams nighttime spectacular will summon supernatural projections, special effects and music on Main Street, U.S.A., Sleeping Beauty Castle, Rivers of America and in front of “it’s a small world.” MagicBand+ adds another devious dimension to the show with ominous illuminations and shivering vibrations. On select nights, fireworks will be conjured up in the skies above.

At Disney California Adventure, three attractions will undergo seasonal transformations with Halloween spins – and drops. The family-friendly Mater’s Junkyard Jamboree in Cars Land and Luigi’s Rollickin’ Roadsters opt for happily hair-raising soundtracks to become Mater’s Graveyard JamBOOree and Luigi’s Honkin’ Haul-O-Ween. For the first time, resident “car-acter” Guido will sport a ghoulish “car-stume” as he welcomes guests to the Casa Della Tires.

As the afternoon winds down each day, the thrills go up at Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: BREAKOUT! in Avengers Campus. The attraction transforms into Guardians of the Galaxy – Monsters After Dark, a scream-worthy adventure to save Groot from creatures running amok in The Collector’s Fortress.

From Sept. 8 through Nov. 1, Disney character-themed pumpkins will be hidden around the Downtown Disney District for Pluto’s Pumpkin Pursuit; with the purchase of a map from participating locations, you can commemorate your search with a collectible keepsake.

Plaza de la Familia and Tributes to Día de los Muertos

Honoring the Mexican traditions of Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), the vibrant Plaza de la Familia cultural experience will bring brilliant marigolds, heartwarming entertainment and family crafts to Paradise Gardens in Disney California Adventure park from Sept. 1 to Nov. 2. At Paradise Garden Grill, you’ll be able to feast on menu items inspired by Mexican cuisine.

Throughout the experience, characters and music from Disney and Pixar’s Academy Award-winning “Coco” highlight eternal love and the everlasting bonds of family. Several times per day, “A Musical Celebration of Coco” will present a talented company of Folklórico dancers, plus Mariachi singers and musicians, that recount Miguel’s adventure to the Land of the Dead. You can also meet Miguel, dance along to Mariachi music, add remembrance notes to the Memory Wall, and more.

Over in Cars Land, Ramone will honor Día de los Muertos at his detailing shop with an “ofrenda” celebrating the town’s good friend, Doc Hudson.

Oogie Boogie Bash – A Disney Halloween Party

Oogie Boogie Bash – A Disney Halloween Party will take over Disney California Adventure park for more nights than ever before, bringing rare characters, villains and spellbinding experiences on 25 select evenings between Sept. 5 and Oct. 31, 2023. Kids and trick-or-treaters of all ages are invited to wear their Halloween costumes for a wickedly fun evening of attractions (some of which have shorter wait times!), themed food and beverages, and more. Admission to the after-hours event also includes entrance to Disney California Adventure park three hours before the party begins and unlimited Disney PhotoPass digital photo downloads from the party.

With treat trails and characters throughout the park, you may encounter new and familiar friends! Partygoers of all ages can also delight in special offerings just for Oogie Boogie Bash, such as “Mickey’s Trick and Treat” show, the “Frightfully Fun Parade” led by the Headless Horseman of Sleepy Hollow, and the immersive Villains Grove.

Tickets will go on sale to the general public on June 29 (no earlier than 9 a.m. PT). On June 27 (no earlier than 9 a.m. PT), a limited amount of Oogie Boogie Bash tickets go on pre-sale for Magic Key holders at Disneyland.com/OogieBoogieBash. Tickets are limited and guests may check out the website for important details and availability for the 25 nights.

Splash Mountain in Disneyland permanently closes on Tuesday, May 30, 2023 – with long lines on the attraction’s last day, as guests waited to ride it one last time.

Wait times as high as 200 minutes were seen throughout the attraction’s final day.

The line also went as far as New Orleans Square’s Pirates of the Caribbean attraction.

The ride is closing to begin renovations and rebranding of the ride as Tiana’s Bayou Adventure.

The new concept for the ride is based on the animated film by Disney called The Princess and the Frog, released in 2009.

The rebranding will be at both Disneyland and Walt Disney World in Florida; it closed at Disney World on January 23, 2023.

The attraction is set to re-open at both parks in late 2024.

Splash Mountain first opened in 1989 in Disneyland.

In June 2020, Disney announced they would re-theme Splash Mountain to The Princess and The Frog.

The announcement came during the George Floyd protests; however, it was revealed via the New York Times that the removal of the Song of the South theme was discussed by Disney executives for a least five years prior to the announcement.

A brand new roller coaster is officially open for guests at SeaWorld Orlando! Pipeline: The Surf Coaster is a totally unique roller coaster for thrill-seekers who visit Orlando’s theme parks.

SeaWorld is also proud to partner with the Fish and Wildlife Foundation of Florida to leverage the new thrill to raise awareness of marine life conservation and the need to protect the Florida coral reef.

Pipeline, the first-of-its-kind surf coaster, brings the rush of launching up and feeling every bank and curve as though you’re really riding the waves, thanks to innovative dynamic seats that gives you unparalleled freedom of movement. Experience the ultimate thrill with the addition of this seventh coaster to the Coaster Capital of Orlando.

The surfing-themed ride is 110 feet high and reaches speeds of up to 60 mph. The coaster takes guests on an incredible journey with five different airtime moments as it races along its 2,950 feet of track. The new coaster is located at the front of the park between Flamecraft Bar and Bayside Stadium.

The new attraction celebrates the iconic surfing cultures found around the world with a unique surfboard ride vehicle that gives riders an immersive experience when their seats rise and fall to mimic the sensation of riding on a wave. 

There are no seats on the new Pipeline roller coaster, but there are height restrictions. Riders must be at least 54 inches tall to ride. The maximum height is 78 inches.

The grand opening of Pipeline: The Surf Coaster kicks off on the same day that the theme park begins its Summer Spectacular, which includes new entertainment and nighttime shows.

Stay late all summer to immerse yourself in exotic worlds of light and music and experience your favorite SeaWorld attractions in a whole new way. Dance the night away with world-class DJs for a family-friendly party beneath the waves. Then end the night with Ignite, a fireworks spectacular that brings the brilliance of the sea to the sky above. Put a charge in your summer at SeaWorld’s vibrant Summer Spectacular.

“Welcome to Jurassic Park!”

The Jurassic Park Tribute Store officially opened May 26th at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida.

The “immersive retail location” will allow guests to venture through a series of themed rooms from pre-production elements like storyboards and blueprints, to photo ops recreating memorable scenes from the movie.

Special anniversary merchandise including apparel, hats, keychains, plush toys, collectibles and more will also be sold there.

The immersive experience starts on the outside of the store where guests will see a replica of a Triceratops.

Following that experience, guests will step inside the store’s first room that details how filmmakers were able to bring the film to life.

The room features original storyboards, blueprints and replicas of props and models used in the movie.

Moving into the second room of the store, guests will step into Stage 28, one of the former film stages used by Universal Pictures to create the movie.

The final room takes you through the gates of Jurassic Park and into a museum of sorts that showcases some of the film’s original merchandise that was released back in 1993. From board games and toys to children’s shoes – this area has something for everyone.

You’ll also find some delightful treats like the Dr. Ian Malcom Brownie!

Universal is also adding “Jurassic Park”-themed food items to the menu at Thunder Falls at Islands of Adventure, including a coconut caveat churro, Prehistoric Raptor Wings and the Wild Refresherrrr — a new Fanta flavor tied to the anniversary.

Universal Cinemark in Citywalk will also show the original film June 9th through 11th.

Be sure to head over to Islands of Adventure to see the attractions based off the iconic film franchise, such as the Jurassic Park River Adventure and Jurassic World VelociCoaster.

Photo Credit: Universal Orlando Resort

Photo credit: Disney Parks

In honor of The Little Mermaid live action film dropping into theaters on Friday, May 26, Disneyland and Walt Disney World is celebrating the release with treats and experiences for guests to enjoy.

Disneyland Parks

Guests can meet Ariel in Fantasyland near the attraction it’s a small world.

There are two treats inspired by the beloved character: the Purple Pineapple Shell Macaron and the Mermaid Strawberry Cake at the Cappuccino Cart. They are only available until May 29.

The Purple Pineapple Shell Macaron is available at Edelweiss Snacks inside Disneyland. The treat consists of a purple macaron filled with blue pineapple buttercream and a chocolate pearl.

The Mermaid Strawberry Cake at the Cappuccino Cart is available at Cappuccino Cart inside Disney California Adventure Park.

The Mermaid Classic Shake: A strawberry and blueberry shake topped with whipped cream and mermaid sprinkles, available at Black Tap Craft Burgers and Shakes inside Downtown Disney.

There is a Magic Key Photo Pass opportunity at DCA near Silly Symphony Swings through May 31. The photo features Ariel’s grotto with all her gadgets and gizmos.

Photo credit: Disney Parks

Walt Disney World

Guests can meet Ariel inside Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

There are a number of treats available at WDW:

Bubbles at Sea: A Gold Peak sweet green tea, lemon juice, pineapple and guava topped with boba pearls. A splash of shimmer is available at multiple locations.

Divinely Diabolical Shake: A fun twist on a classic cookies and cream shake, available at The Friar’s Nook inside Magic Kingdom Park.

Part Of Your World Dole Whip: A dole whip strawberry swirled with purple cheesecake soft serve, available at Storybook Treats inside Magic Kingdom Park.

The Little Mermaid Donut Milk Shake: A mango-guava-ginger milkshake topped with whipped cream and a pineapple-mango seashell donut, available at Hollywood Scoops inside Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

The Little Mermaid Sea Salt, Caramel and Chocolate Pop: A caramel sea salt pop with ocean fondant decor, available at The Ganachery at Disney Springs.

The Magic Key Photo Pass location featuring Ariel’s grotto is at Magic Kingdom Park.

Photo credit: Disney Parks
Photo credit: Disney Parks
Photo credit: Disney Parks

A new Annual Passholder magnet featuring Figment will be released next week at Walt Disney World.

Passholders—get ready to dream big and head to EPCOT to pick up a Figment Passholder magnet.

These Annual Passholder-exclusive magnets will be available at:

  • Location: Creations Shop
  • Dates: May 31 to June 30, 2023
  • Times: 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM

There will be no virtual queue for pickup. Each Passholder must be present and show their valid Annual Pass card, linked MagicBand or Disney MagicMobile pass, and government-issued photo ID to receive a magnet.

We can’t wait to get our magnet next week when we visit EPCOT!

Temporary Increases to Select Passholder Discounts

But wait, there’s more! Annual Passholders can enjoy special increases to select discounts from May 31 to June 30, 2023.

During this time, the Passholder merchandise discount at select Disney-owned and -operated merchandise locations across Walt Disney World Resort will temporarily increase from 20% to 30%.*

Use the App for Speedy Checkout
Save time at select shops when you scan and pay for merchandise right on your phone using Merchandise Mobile Checkout—a convenient feature of the My Disney Experience app.

Plus, during this same time, Annual Passholders can enjoy an increase from 10% to 20% on discounts for food and nonalcoholic beverages at select locations throughout Walt Disney World Resort.

20% discount applies to the regular price of food and nonalcoholic beverages (excluding applicable tax and gratuity) from May 31 to June 30, 2023. May not be combined with any other offers or discounts. Operating hours, menu items and locations subject to closure or change without notice.

Limited-Time EPCOT Exclusives

Discover delightful Passholder-exclusive discounts in bloom at EPCOT.

From May 31 through June 30, 2023, Annual Passholders receive 20% off at select Outdoor Kitchens when using a cashless form of payment

Participating Locations:

  • Bauernmarkt: Farmer’s Market
  • EPCOT Farmers Feast
  • Florida Fresh
  • La Isla Fresca
  • Magnolia Terrace
  • Northern Bloom
  • Pineapple Promenade
  • Refreshment Outpost
  • Refreshment Port
  • Tangierine Café: Flavors of the Medina
  • The Citrus Blossom
  • The Honey Bee-stro hosted by National Honey Board
  • The Land Cart hosted by AdventHealth
  • Trowel & Trellis hosted by Impossible™

Passholder Offerings at Sunshine Seasons
Cool off and take a break at this reserved space just for Passholders––available for a limited-time.

Where and When

  • Location: The Land Pavilion
  • Dates: May 31 through June 30, 2023
  • Times: Park open to Park close

Delight in refreshing treats, available for purchase during Sunshine Seasons operating hours, such as:

  • A Spark of Grape Shake
    Grape, guava, passionfruit, orange and lime
  • Raspberry “Lemonade” Tart
    Shortbread tart filled with lemon mousse, raspberry jam and raspberry mousse

Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Orlando Resort are celebrating the 30th anniversary of the movie Jurassic Park for a limited time with #JurassicJune.

In honor of it, guests at Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Studios Orlando Resort with specialty food and beverages, as well as exclusive merchandise. In addition, guests can enjoy screening of the 1993 movie.

Universal Studios Hollywood

At Universal Studios Hollywood’s Jurassic Cafe, guests can enjoy a new selection of Latin American inspired food and beverages, including: Grilled Veggie and Beef Skewers, Brazilian Cheese Bread and Raptor Hummus.

Desserts include Coconut Flan, and Dino Chocolate Tres Leche Cake. There is also a Family Feast , which consists half chickens and two skewers, hummus, chips, cheese balls, mojo pork and vegetables.

There is also Jurassic World-themed Boxed Water, which is an exclusive Jurassic Park 30th Anniversary ‘Wild Refresherrr’ Fanta Flavor or an Amber Mojito.

At Isla Nu-Bar, the menu will include Jurassic Water cocktails and dinosaur-themed wines – Pterrior Dactyl Rose and Blanco-Osaurus. There is also a souvenir Volcano Tiki Cup.

For merchandise, guests can purchase apparel, plush, collectibles and more. Items will be available at Universal Studio Store and Jurassic Outfitters.

Guests can ride the attraction Jurassic World- The Ride inside Universal Studios Hollywood.

At Universal Cinema AMC in CityWalk, you can also watch a screening of Jurassic Park during the weekend of June 9.

Universal Orlando Resort

Guests can enjoy Jurassic Themed menu items at Thunder Falls at Island of Adventure include: Coconut Cajeta Churro, which is a caramel infused churro drizzled with coconut flakes and caramel sauce. Prehistoric Raptor Wings, which is chargrilled chicken wings marinated with olive and spices then tossed in a sweet chili sauce and served with cilantro lime rice, black beans and plantain chip. There is also exclusive Jurassic Park 30th Anniversary Fanta flavor called the Wild Refresherrr, begining June 1.

On May 26, the Tribute Store at Universal Studios Florida will become an immersive retail location, with a number of series of themed rooms that show pre-production elements, blueprints, photo ops and more from the film. Merchandise items also include key chains, hats, apparel, plush, collectibles and more.

Jurassic Park: River Adventure at Universal Islands of Adventure and Jurassic World VelociCoaster are located at Universal Orlando Resort.

Screenings of Jurassic Park will take place at Universal Cinemark in CityWalk on June 9, 10, and 11 at Universal Cinemark.

Universal Orlando Resort shares new details about all the ways theme park guests can eat, laugh and make mischief with the Minions in the highly anticipated Minion Land on Illumination Ave.

Opening this summer at Universal Studios Florida, the immersive new land expands upon the wildly popular Despicable Me Minion Mayhem attraction and will debut a new collection of experiences for guests of all ages inspired by the beloved Minions franchise.

As soon as guests enter the land, they’ll be greeted by a fun, photo-worthy “Minion Land” marquee featuring 22 Minions before embarking on the mischief that awaits along Illumination Ave. From blasting their way to supervillain stardom in Illumination’s Villain-Con Minion Blast to savoring tasty dishes at the Minion Cafe to snacking on banana-flavored popcorn at Pop-a-Nana and meeting fan-favorite characters along the way, here are details about the exciting new experiences that await in Minion Land:

Guests can put their villainous skills to the test in Illumination’s Villain-Con Minion Blast – an all-new attraction where guests compete against each other in a fully interactive gaming experience that’s so much fun, it’s a crime. Afterward, guests exit through Evil Stuff, an all-new retail location where they can stock up on Villain-Con and Minions merchandise. More details about Villain-Con Minion Blast will be revealed soon.

It’s Minions in the kitchen, mischief in the dining room, and tons of tasty food at the new Illumination’s Minion Cafe – the marquee dining location within Minion Land. This immersive new eatery offers something for every palate in a highly-entertaining dining experience that features three themed areas designed after beloved Minions Kevin, Stuart, Bob and Otto: the Kitchen – where guests will get a glimpse of the equipment and gear the Minions have used to whip up the cafe’s menu; the Breakroom – where guests can dine in the Minions’ break space that includes everything from “Office Safety Tips” to a vending machine stocked with mischievous items; and the Dining Room – a vibrant space adorned with colorful artwork courtesy of the Minions and more. Guests can also enjoy their meal on an outdoor patio that overlooks the fun of Minion Land. 

Just as eye-catching as Minion Cafe’s incredibly-themed surroundings is its delicious menu – the latest example of how Universal Orlando’s award-winning culinary team continues to raise the bar when it comes to theme park dining. Guests of all ages can enjoy inventive, family-friendly fare featuring nearly 20 items inspired by memorable characters and staples from the Minions franchise, including eclectic “despica-bowls” such as Otto’s Noodle Bowl, Agnes’s Honeymoon Soup and Carl’s Crispy Cauliflower (vegan offering); delectable handhelds such as the Steak & “Cheese Ray” Sandwich; adorable desserts such as Bob’s Teddy Bear Chocolate Cream Puff; a kids’ menu for the “mini Minions” in the family that includes items like the Mini Boss’ Mega Melt; and so much more. 

The Minion Cafe will also feature an express window with a limited menu for those looking to satisfy their mischievous cravings quickly and return to the mayhem in Minion Land.  

Topped with a massive pink cupcake that’s visible from anywhere in the land, Bake My Day is a whimsical retail location and bakery featuring a selection of Minion-themed sweet treats, including cupcakes, macarons, s’mores and more, along with exclusive Minion-inspired merchandise like apparel, plush, drinkware, accessories, keychains and more. 

Banana-flavored popcorn, anyone? This walkup location features sweet and savory popcorn inspired by the Minions’ love for bananas. Here, guests may also find an assortment of cute popcorn buckets, including the Minion Selfie bucket. 

Guests can cool off with a visit to Freeze Ray Pops, featuring a variety of colorful popsicles inspired by Gru, the Minions and Vector – along with beverages.

Guests can meet, greet and interact with beloved characters like the Minions, Gru, Margo, Edith and Agnes, plus new additions from the hit film “Sing” – Rosita, Gunter and Johnny – at an outdoor Illumination Theater facade.

Guests can also discover murals, photo ops and more throughout Minion Land that celebrate additional characters from popular Illumination films.

Image Credit: Universal Orlando Resort

The Pumbaa popcorn bucket with a 25th anniversary lanyard is now available at Disney’s Animal Kingdom in Walt Disney World.

Pumbaa is a beloved character from Disney’s animated film The Lion King.

The bucket is in the shape of Pumbaa with a lanyard that has the 25th anniversary logo for Animal Kingdom on it and also the phrase used in The Lion King – Hakuna Matata.

Guests can purchase the item at Trek Snacks and also a number of popcorn carts within the park.

The bucket comes with one serving of popcorn for $22.

Disney’s Animal Kingdom celebrated its 25th anniversary on Earth Day – April 22.

The park opened on April 22,1998.

It’s a great time to be a Star Wars fan! The third season of The Mandalorian just had its season finale and more content is coming soon to the Disney+ streaming service. We can’t wait to watch Ahsoka later this year!

In the meantime, we plan on celebrating May the 4th by visiting the Disney theme parks. You can follow our adventures as we visit Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.

If you plan on heading to the Disney Parks in May, then read our guide below for a full list of special Star Wars treats!

Disneyland Resort
Disneyland Park 
Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo
  • (New) Temple Rootleaf and Moss Salad with Seasoned Gwayo Egg: Sweet-savory salad greens, brined vegetables, roasted mushrooms, fried potato noodles, and soy-marinated soft-boiled egg (Available beginning May 2; mobile order available)
  • (New) Temple Rootleaf and Moss Salad: Sweet-savory salad greens, brined vegetables, roasted mushrooms, and fried potato noodles (Plant-based) (Available beginning May 2; mobile order available) 
  • (New) Light Up! Acid Spitter Orb Sipper with Lanyard includes choice of fountain beverage at time of purchase (Limit five per person, per transaction; no discounts apply) (Available while supplies last beginning May 3)
Galactic Grill (Mobile order available) 
  • Darth by Chocolate Parfait (Available May 2 through 6)
  • (New) Grogu Sipper includes choice of fountain beverage at time of purchase (Limit two per person, per transaction; no discounts apply) (Available while supplies last beginning May 2)
Kat Saka’s Kettle 
  • (New) Surabat Valley Mix: Sweet kettle corn (Also available with furikake) (Available starting May 2)
  • (New) Niamos Mix: Savory sour cream and chive popcorn (Also available with furikake) (Available starting May 2) 
  • (New) Jellyfruit Muffin: Passion fruit buttermilk muffin with pineapple and blackberry jam (Available starting May 2)
Milk Stand (Available starting May 2; mobile order available) 
  • Tenoo Swirl Crunchies Cereal: Blue milk topped with strawberry and grape candy pebbles
Oga’s Cantina (Available May 2 through August 31) 
  • Five Blossom Bread with Mustard Cream: Warm pretzel knot with a new creamy honey mustard dip 
  • (New) Ginger Lime Tea Lemonade with Soju: Soju, Minute Maid Lemonade, Gold Peak Unsweetened Iced Tea, habanero lime and ginger flavors topped with matcha foam 
Ronto Roasters
  • (New) Light Up! Acid Spitter Orb Sipper with Lanyard includes choice of fountain beverage at time of purchase (Limit five per person, per transaction; no discounts apply) (Available while supplies last beginning May 2)
Beverage Carts in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge
  • Galma Garlic Puffs: Puffed cheese chips (Available starting May 2) 
Fruit Cart, Churro Cart, and Lemonade Cart in Tomorrowland 
  • (New) Grogu Sipper includes choice of fountain beverage at time of purchase (Limit two per person, per transaction; no discounts apply) (Available while supplies last beginning May 3)
Downtown Disney District 
Marceline’s Confectionery (Mobile order available)
  • Grogu Candy Apple: Granny Smith apple dipped in caramel with marshmallow ears enrobed in colored white chocolate with gold sanding sugar for the belt
Hotels of Disneyland Resort 
Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa 
Hearthstone Lounge (Available May 2 through 31) 
  • (New) Ginger Daiquiri: El Dorado Rum, Sherry, Velvet Falernum, ginger syrup and lime juice, garnished with mint 
Grand Californian Hotel Lobby Cart (Available April 28 through May 30)
  • Star Wars Sugar Cookie
  • Wookiee Cookie
  • Pretzel Lightsabers
  • Falcon Lollipop
  • Stormtrooper Crisped Rice Treat
  • Tropical Whoopie Pie
  • Galaxy Macaron Box

Disneyland After Dark: Star Wars Nite (SOLD OUT)

If you’ve already purchased tickets to one of the sold-out Disneyland After Dark: Star Wars Nite events, your taste buds are about to go on a galactic adventure. At Harbour Galley, the Mos Eisley Spaceport Cookies are a sweet treat you simply must try. Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlor is serving up a delight fit for royalty – the Galactic Princess Sundae. If you’re a mint fan, the Mossy Mint Churro available at the Frontierland churro cart is for you. For those wanting a more savory addition to your evening, the Harissa Tip-Yip Bowl at Red Rose Taverne or the Corned Shaak Loaded Fries at Hungry Bear Restaurant are the perfect galactic goodies. For those attending, you’ll have an opportunity to purchase both the Light Up! Acid Spitter Orb Sipper with Lanyard and the Grogu Sipper beginning May 2, while supplies last!

Walt Disney World Resort
Disney’s Hollywood Studios 
ABC Commissary, Backlot Express, PizzeRizzo, and Rosie’s All-American Café (Available May 4 through 31; mobile order available) 
  • Jettison Juice: Minute Maid Lemonade and watermelon served with a glow cube (Non-alcoholic)
Backlot Express (Available May 4 through 31; mobile order available)
  • Darth Vader Cupcake: Chocolate cupcake with chocolate-peanut butter buttercream, dipped in dark chocolate ganache, edged in chocolate flakes, and topped with a chocolate Darth Vader 
  • Wookiee Cookie: Two oatmeal cookies with vanilla cream filling garnished with a milk chocolate sash on top 
Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo (Mobile order available) 
  • Oi-Oi Puff: Raspberry cream puff with passion fruit mousse (Available May 4 and 5) 
  • (New) Light Up! Acid Spitter Orb Sipper with Lanyard includes choice of fountain beverage at time of purchase (Limit five per person, per transaction; no discounts apply) (Available while supplies last beginning May 4)
PizzeRizzo and The Trolley Car Café (Available May 4 and 5; mobile order available at PizzeRizzo)
  • Dark Side Chocolate Creation: Malted milk chocolate mousse dome with raspberry mousse filling, slivered almonds, and chocolate shortbread cookie
Churro Carts at The Market (Available May 4 and 5) and Grand Avenue and Anaheim Produce (Available May 4 through 31) 
  • Lightsaber Churro served with chocolate sauce
Ronto Roasters 
  • (New) Light Up! Acid Spitter Orb Sipper with Lanyard includes choice of fountain beverage at time of purchase (Limit five per person, per transaction; no discounts apply) (Available while supplies last beginning May 4)
Disney Resort Hotels
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort
Pineapple Lanai (Available May 4 only) 
  • Millennium Falcon Star Wars Soft-serve Sundae: Galactic gray vanilla soft-serve with mint flavor, chocolate cream cookie crumbles, chocolate drizzle, white chocolate pearl stars, brownie asteroid pieces with stardust sparkles, and a Millennium Falcon white chocolate piece 
Disney Springs 
The Ganachery
  • Queen Amidala Chocolate Piñata: Dark chocolate piñata filled with ruby chocolate and raspberry bark (Available May 1 through 31)
  • Ahsoka Pop: Plant-based coconut and blueberry swirl pop enrobed in dark chocolate (Available May 1 through 31) 
  • Millennium Falcon Pop: Milk chocolate pop with crisp pearls (Currently available) 
Swirls on the Water (Available May 4 through 31) 
  • (New) Loyal Astromech Swirl: DOLE Whip Mango swirled with habanero  soft-serve in a red velvet cone with toasted graham cracker crumbs, chocolate rocks, and a BB-8 edible garnish 
Disneyland Paris
Disneyland Park 
Cool Station (Available starting May 4) 
  • Grogu Meringue with white chocolate icing and macaron (Available while supplies last) 

Let us know if you try any of these treats! We’ll be celebrating May the 4th next week by visiting Galaxy’s Edge at both Disneyland and Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

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