After five years of construction, changes and growing pains, the Disneyland Resort finally celebrated the grand re-opening of Disney California Adventure. The park’s tortured beginnings faded away Friday as Disney CEO Bob Iger officially welcomed the first guests to the newly re-imagined park. With the stunning new Buena Vista Street as its opening act and the spectacular new Cars Land as its grand finale, the park can finally stand alone as a worthy counterpart to Disneyland next door. Today, we bring you a recap of the various media preview events, grand openings and first crowds that came to Disney California Adventure last week. We’ll also look at the new offerings at Disneyland as the Resort enters what is sure to be one of its busiest and most successful summers ever.

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The construction walls are down and the crowds have arrived for Cars Land at the new Disney California Adventure. Are you ready for long wait times? Our friends at Touring Plans can help you avoid some of the wait.

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  • Full block outs on Saturday.
  • This is the final week of Grad Nites.
  • Be sure to start your day by grabbing a FastPass to Radiator Springs Racers, as they have been selling out very early.
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Last week Disneyland’s Main Street Opera House welcomed the debut of the Voices of Liberty. The a cappella group has been a long-standing tradition at EPCOT’s American Adventure at Walt Disney World, and has now been duplicaed here at Disneyland.

It’s a great little pre-show to the very patriotic “Mr. Lincoln” show.

Below, a video clip of the new Voices of Liberty:

Also on Wednesday, Disneyland reopened the popular Carnation Cafe on Main Street following its remodel and expansion project. The Cafe once again has an indoor dining room after reclaiming the space that was vacated by the Blue Ribbon Bakery when it closed earlier this year as the Jolly Holiday Bakery Cafe opened at the end of Main Street. We gave you a first look at the newly reopened cafe Wednesday in our special edition of Dateline Disneyland.

A look at the new lunch and dinner menu:

A look inside:

The interior is gorgeous, with dark woods and rich burgandy wallpaper and beautiful new lighting fixutres. Framed photos of Walt Disney at Disneyland and Main Street concept art are scattered throughout the waiting area and dining room.

The gorgeous new indoor dining room:

For a closer look at the new Voices of Liberty and the newly reopened Carnation Cafe, please see our special June 13th edition of Dateline Disneyland:

Thursday evening, Disneyland finally soft opened the iconic Matterhorn Bobsleds attraction after a refurbishment project that spanned the first half of this year.

No more walls!

With only Disneyland open to guests on Thursday and Grad Nite crowds in the parks, demand for the Matterhorn was high and the line grew quickly.

The attraction now features single rider queues, available on both tracks.

The signs now reflect the new seating arrangement. No more “smaller riders first” here.

The new bobsleds:

Larger guests should be prepared to ride in considerable discomfort in the new bobsleds and smaller guests will have to wait a little longer to ride: The bobsleds now offer much less legroom for taller riders and the minimum height requirement is now 42 inches, up from 35.

Below, we have a video ride-through of the refurbished attraction. Not much of the on-ride experience has changed beyond the new ride vehicles, save for upgraded lighting throughout.

[center]ADVENTUROUS NEW BEGINNINGS[/center]

The wait is over! Disney California Adventure has finally relaunched after five years of construction, remodeling and new additions. Below, Disney has put together a montage of the new Resort-wide offerings from the last five years.

[center]CARS LAND RED CARPET
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Disney brought out some of its notable stars from ABC and Disney Channel for Wednesday night’s Cars Land grand opening. Below, Nolan Gould from ABC’s “Modern Family”

Also from “Modern Family,” Ariel Winter.

Rico Rodriguez from “Modern Family”

Disney Parks and Resorts Chairman Tom Staggs

And of course the voice of Mater, Larry the Cable Guy

A live band warmed up the crowd

Disney CEO Bob Iger took the stage, discussing the challenges of fixing Disney California Adventure and the opportunity to collaborate on a larger level with Pixar following Disney’s acquisition of the animation studio.

Disney Parks and Resorts Chairman Tom Staggs followed Iger, calling Cars Land a “defining moment” in the history of Disney California Adventure.

And finally, John Lesseter came up to discuss creating Cars Land and working with the Imagineers

John and Tom went on to introduce key talents in the Cars films to the audience.

Randy Newman, composer for “Cars”

Brad Paisley, who wrote songs for the films

Edie McClurg, voice of Minny in Cars 2

Jennifer Lewis, voice of Flo

Cheech Marin, voice of Ramone

Bonnie Hunt, voice of Sally Carrera

Finally, Larry the Cable Guy took the stage, saying that we couldn’t open Cars Land without Lightning McQueen and Mater who were still on their way

The stage pulled apart and Lightning and Mater drove up Cars Land’s Route 66

An EZ Charge battery was brought out to power the Cars Land neon…

John Lasseter flipped the switch, the neon flickered on and the fireworks lit up the Cadillac Range

Dancing in the street to celebrate the Cars Land grand opening!

Below, Disney released a video of the complete web broadcast of the Cars Land opening ceremony.

For our complete coverage of the Cars Land grand opening, visit:

Cars Land is a great addition to the California Adventure landscape. It brings together rich detail, great attractions and unique dining options to create a truly immersive environment.

Mater’s Junkyard Jamboree is surprsingly fun and tends to get modest waits early in the morning as big crowds head directly to Radiator Springs Racers. We’d recommend getting a FASTPASS for Racers and then check out Mater. It’s a lot more fun than photos and video may let on.

The expected popularity of Cars Land has Disney ready for the worst, according to the LA Times:

Disney park braces for ‘carmageddon’ as Cars Land opens
An onslaught of visitors eager to see the new Cars Land area could force periodic closures of Disney California Adventure over the next two weekends.

The next two Sundays, June 17 and 24, appear to be the most worrisome dates on the calendar for park officials when up to a million annual passholders — in addition to regular park visitors — could inundate the Anaheim theme park.

“We know many guests have been waiting to experience the newly expanded resort,” Disneyland spokeswoman Melissa Britt said. “We expect this to be a popular time.”

With up to 100,000 visitors expected at the two-park resort on those days, Disney California Adventure could be forced to shut its gates and direct fans to Disneyland, according to David Koenig, “Mouse Tales” author.

The next two Sundays stand out because they are the last weekend dates when most annual passholders can visit the park following the Friday grand opening of Cars Land. Fans with the Southern California annual passes will only have eight days to see the new themed land before a seven-week blackout period kicks in for most of the summer. Those days — June 17-19 and June 24-28 — would be particularly good times to avoid DCA.

In anticipation of the crowds, Disney theme park employees will be required to park at Anaheim Stadium, Honda Center and GardenWalk on June 17 and 24 to open up additional parking spaces for visitors in employee lots on Katella Avenue and Ball Road. [ FULL STORY ]

Luigi’s Flying Tires is a rather fun ride, not being as hard to maneuver as early reports led on. Still, the attraction is an insanely slow-loader and wait times climb high for this short ride. It’s enjoyable, but we’d recommend waiting until the initial hype dies down.

The new Radiator Springs Racers is the big draw for Cars Land. During opening weekend, the new E-Ticket drew wait times of over six hours and sold out of FASTPASS tickets within one to two hours.

Radiator Springs Racers is a stellar addition to Disneyland Resort’s impressive E-Ticket line-up. The attraction combines the classic Disney dark ride, truly impressive Audio-Animatronics, and a thrilling finale against the backdrop of the stunning Ornament Valley to create the first truly remarkable experience at Disneyland since the Indiana Jones Adventure. Despite being a bit short, the experience is solid and the hype isn’t lying — this is one you’ve got to see.

Below, see some of the sights and sounds from the Radiator Springs Racers queue and surrounding area

Take a complete ride-through of Radiator Springs Racers:

Or, a night ride:

For more on Cars Land, including its attractions and restaurants, please visit

[center]CARTHAY CIRCLE WORLD PREMIERE
AND GLOW WITH THE SHOW DEBUT
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Thursday night, the Carthay Circle Theatre hosted its world premire and introduced invited guests and media to the new Buena Vista Street.

The party featured dancing infront of Carthay Circle Theatre to the tunes of a 1920s big band.

Meanwhile, the new Mad T Party nighttime dance party in Hollywood Land also held its world premiere for invited guests and media.

The evening concluded with a first look at the new “Glow with the Show” version of World of Color and the first performance of the new “Brave” segment. For $25 a pair, Guests this summer can buy a pair of light-up Mickey Mouse ears that interact with the World of Color show as well as the Mad T Party in Hollywood Land. The Glow with the Show ears were given to all guests in attendance at the media event, which proved to create a surprisingly impressive experience for those in the audience. With everybody wearing the Glow with the Show ears, the entire audience became part of the show and the effect was staggering. It’s too bad that this effect will be lost on regular audiences that won’t be wearing the Glow with the Show ears en masse, as it is really quite impressive.

Video below shows the World of Color intro with the “Glow with the Show” ears in effect as well as the new segment based on Pixar’s upcoming “Brave” film.

[center]A GRAND RE-OPENING[/center]

Friday was the big day as Disney California Adventure officially re-opened to the public as a new park. No more walls were up and for the first time all guests got to see the results of the last five years of construction. Thousands camped out overnight for the big day, filling Disneyland’s main entrance plaza.

Disney California Adventure held it’s grand reopening ceremony at 8:00 a.m. The Red Car News Boys took the stage before introducing Disney CEO Bob Iger for the official rededication.

The News Boys welcomed Disney CEO Bob Iger on stage

Iger welcomed Mickey Mouse on stage to help with the grand re-opening

Mickey led the Red Car News Boys in a rousing rendition of “California, Here I Come,” in which a huge group of California Adventure Cast Members joined the celebration in the streets

The streets around Carthay Circle were flooded with California Adventure Cast Members dancing and singing along, celebrating the grand reopening of their park

And with a burst of fireworks, Bob Iger announced “Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to the new Disney California Adventure!”

Disney Parks Chariman Tom Staggs shared his thoughts on the grand reopening on the Disney Parks Blog:

Celebrating the Culmination of a Five-Year Journey with the Grand Reopening of Disney California Adventure Park

Today, we celebrate a defining moment in the history of the Disneyland Resort: the Grand Reopening of Disney California Adventure park.

Cars Land and Buena Vista Street are the culmination of a five-year journey that has infused the park with more of our guests’ favorite characters and stories, more attractions and entertainment and more of the creative touches that make a Disney Parks experience truly unique.

These new areas are examples of what we do best — transporting guests to magical times and places where our characters and stories truly come to life. From the rockwork of the Ornament Valley Mountain Range to the hand-laid tile mosaics of the Carthay Circle Theatre, the level of artistry, craftsmanship and attention to detail is spectacular.

As you have seen here on the Disney Parks Blog over the last three days, the Disneyland Resort has hosted tons of media, celebrities and invited guests from around the world to give them an in-depth look at the transformation.

Today also marks the completion of an extraordinary period of expansion across the entire Disneyland Resort. Since 2007, we’ve completed major projects at both the Disneyland Hotel and Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa, and have added more than 20 new attractions and shows.

At Disney California Adventure park alone, “World of Color,” Toy Story Mania!, The Little Mermaid ~ Ariel’s Undersea Adventure and Silly Symphony Swings have already proven to be extremely popular, and now Radiator Springs Racers, Luigi’s Flying Tires and Mater’s Junkyard Jamboree are exciting additions that give guests even more entertainment options.

I’d like to thank all of the Imagineers, cast members, artists, designers, builders and craftspeople who worked so tirelessly and collaboratively to make this remarkable transformation possible. I’d also like to thank all of you — our loyal guests — who have believed in our dream for Disney California Adventure park and supported us every step of the way. [ LINK ]

Following the reopening, guests were allowed to enjoy the park and everybody was ready to head into Cars Land. Cast Members waited to pace thousands of anxious guests into Cars Land

The first guests enter Cars Land

Disney released a video recap of the opening day festivities here:

For complete coverage of Disney California Adventure’s grand re-opening, visit:

Buena Vista Street is the first act that this park has always needed. It’s beautiful and entrancing — a mesmerising escape into a bygone era.

The new wait time board and park braille map

The great new “Storytellers” statue of a young Walt Disney and Mickey Mouse arriving in California

The new dedication plaque at the base of the Buena Vista Street flag pole at the entrance of Disney California Adventure

For more on Buena Vista Street, see our in-depth looks at the new land:

[center]BUENA VISTA STREET ENTERTAINMENT[/center]

Last week we gave you a first look at the Red Car Trolley Boys and Citizens of Buena Vista Street…

…today we take a look at the wonderful new Five & Dime live band that performs on Buena Vista Street.

The group is led by Dime, a sultry singer that brings great energy to the show and interacts with the crowd to great effect.

The band is great as well and the music is a perfect addition to the Buena Vista Street experience.

Below is a video sample of the show:

Even the audio tech for the show is costumed well for Buena Vista Street.

[center]THIS AND THAT[/center]

The old Tower of Terror mural in the back of Hollywood Land has been replaced with a great new ad for the Red Car Trolley.

Fantastic!

Back on Buena Vista Street, Trolley Treats offers a lot of great new sweet treats, unique to the new shop. Below, Mickey Ear Har brownies

Lightning McQueen candied apples and candy ice cream cones

Red Car Trolley cupcakes

Fresh taffy in unique flavors including lemon lime and cherry limeade.

Specialty marshmallows

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[center]WEEKLY NEWS & INFORMATION ROUND-UP[/center]
[center]Weekly Theme Park Hours
June 18 – 24, 2012
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[CENTER][B]HIGH[/B]
[B]6.3—9.1[/B] out of 10[/CENTER]
[CENTER][B]HIGH[/B]
[B]9.7—9.8[/B] out of 10[/CENTER]
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  • [B]Compass Books and Cafe:[/B] Book store and cafe closed permanently March 31. Earl of Sandwich dining location to open in space late-spring 2012.
Okay, that wraps up our recap of last week’s grand openings and big debuts. Be sure to check in with us next week as we take a look at additional new entertainment that debuted last week thorughout Disney California Adventure as well as updates on construction projects in Disneyland and Downtown Disney.

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  • mratigan

    Thanks

  • Norman Gidney

    Thanks for the update Andy! It was a whirlwind week and you covered it like a pro.

  • TacAlert

    Those new bobsleds look VERY uncomfortable. I am 6′ 3″ and not looking forward to it. Was this another oversight by DL or could they have made them larger?

    • brem

      I agree! I can’t wait to have my knees next to my chin next time I ride the Matterhorn.

      Any word on why this oversight occured?

    • dland_lover

      I’m 6’3.5″ and although it takes a second longer than everyone else to sit down and get up, it’s pretty much fine. My knees bumped the seat in front of me, sitting in the back seats (which wasn’t that great), but in the front seats there’s no legroom issues for me whatsoever. Of course, I’m fairly evenly proportioned, so it may be different if you have longer legs. Overall, though- they’re ok. With the exception that I could only seem to sit square on my tailbone, due to the angle of the seat back.

  • WheresMickey

    Great article!

  • Irving

    Fantastic!!…simply a fantastic update of all the events of this past week! Great job Andy an all the miceage team!

  • DisneyLanders

    This was a long wait! Our family is so looking forward to experiencing the new DCA first hand. At the Carsland opening, why wasn’t Owen Wilson there?

  • scarymouse

    Nice job Andy,Can’t wait to enjoy everything ! Agree with everyone about the tighter space on the Matterhorn, not good! They must of had Drawf imagineers on the project,no disrespect intended.

    • dland_lover

      Well…. dwarf is a perfectly acceptable term. It’s scientific, actually. It’s the “M” word that does not garner any favor.

      But on the subject of leg room- it was ok for me. Definitely less than before, but still manageable.

  • TodAZ1

    Favorite line from the L.A. Times article:
    “With up to 100,000 visitors expected at the two-park resort on those days, Disney California Adventure could be forced to shut its gates and direct fans to Disneyland.” Disneyland? An over flow for DCA?? LOL!! My, how times have changed! Great to see, though! Well done, Disney! And welcome back, DCA!! Bigger and better than ever!!

  • GGGCOTS

    At 6’1″ tall and 330 lbs, I doubt I will be able to ride the Matterhorn anymore. When I visited last December after an absence of several years, I found that the new ride vehicles for Space Mountain and Splash Mountain are now much smaller, too, since their respective redesigns. Don’t the Imagineers know that Americans are getting larger, not smaller?? I think they should have at least 1 ride vehicle on these attractions that is available for larger guests…I’d be willing to wait longer for it to come around, as I’m sure many others would. Shall we get a petition going? 🙂

  • Mike2D

    I have to say, I’m 6’7” tall and 180 lbs, and I rode the Matterhorn this weekend in total comfort. The cars look cramped, but there are holes on the sides in-between the seats you can stick your legs through, and it gave me more than enough leg room. If your a tall person like me and you get the front row, a cast member told me (who was also over 6 feet) that you can cross your legs in the front and still sit in comfort. I actually felt more comfortable in these new sleds than the old ones.

    The people who will have problems riding are going to be heavier people, as it can be difficult to get in and out of the bobsleds. The new bobsleds don’t really have seats, but instead a flat cushioned bottoms and it does take a little effort to pull yourself out at the end of the ride. So there are definite pros and cons to the new bobsleds, but as someone who worried I would never be able to ride the Matterhorn again, I was pleasantly surprised and found the experience to be much improved.

    • dland_lover

      I agree whole-heartedly (and had the same experience myself). 🙂

    • Bronco21

      6’7″ 180? Feed that boy something stat! Lol jk I’m 6′ 3″ 200 and I was super worried about the Matterhorn sleds (my favorite ride) but this has eased my worries! Thanks!

      • Mike2D

        Lol Bronco, yeah I get that a lot about my weight 🙂 Glad I could ease your worries about the ride.

  • SoCalFan

    GREAT update! Beautiful pictures and wonderful coverage of all the happeings. This is the BEST Dateline Disneyland to date! Great job, thanks.

  • Susan Hughes

    Never in my wildest imagination could I have thought that I would need to go to Disneyland to take a break from the crowds. I’m so happy for the sad little theme park that everyone criticized for years. That’s no longer the case. It’s one of the premiere “second gate” Disney parks in the world now.

  • renderman7

    great to see no walls around DCA.

    cant wait to see it at the end of the year.

    Also i dont like the new micechat, the look is ok, its clean and all, but i hate that the artilces are split with no real way of linking from one to the next, and i hate that stupid grey bar on the side that says follow and promotes all those social media things.. why cant i get rid of it

  • Timekeeper

    The Quality in the new entrance plaza screams better beyond Disneysea and I like the new Trolley cartoon character on the Red Car Trolley Cupcakes! 🙂

    Timekeeper

  • Tinkbelle

    They had a 20’s band playing outside the Carthay?? I’m so JEALOUS!! I would have loved to have seen that. That is the kind of live entertainment I had hoped they would have inside the restaurant.

    I do feel awful for the men in those bobsleds – that looks miserable.

    Great update as always.

  • CrystalKnapp

    Didn’t they redo some of the inside of the Matterhorn as well? I’d like to see some of that. In all honesty, I grew up on Disney World, so I’ve never really had the emotional connection to the ride that so many others appear to have. Being under five feet tall, I don’t mind the new seating at all. 🙂

    I can’t wait to get back to DCA! I’m waiting for a slower time of year to even attempt going (I’m not patient enough for huge crowds at six hour lines!)

  • CrystalKnapp

    And just a technical issue… That darn “follow” thing in the corner of the screen makes it a nightmare to access this page on a smart phone.

  • disneyprincess

    i am fangirling SO HARD right now. can’t wait to see it!!

  • Tomorrowland4Ever

    I’d have to agree with the other posters here, I don’t like the new format. I really don’t like the “follow” bar when using my smartphone. I’ve stopped reading this website on my phone. Al, here’s something to complain about.

  • victoriaskitten

    I find the new format not as easy to navigate as it was before. Due to this I don’t check in daily anymore. I am however very greatful to everyone who works so hard to give me such a wonderful place to keep up with all things Disney. They do a fantastic job!

  • Tomorrowland4Ever

    Sorry for the rough comment. Andy, I do love your articles though.

  • Barbossa

    Harry Potter’s new day job in the Muggle world: [img]http://www.miceshots.com/usr/67/06-11-12-IMG_5161.jpg[/img]

    PS: I’m not a fan of the new layout either. Hard to navigate and the site seems more cluttered now than it was before. I come on here on Mondays to see a fresh new post, only to find stuff repeated.

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