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Rising prices, Goofy's Sky School details, Cars Land progess, Summer crowds +MORE!

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by , 06-12-2011 at 09:09 PM
Summer is officially underway at the Disneyland Resort as guests flock to the Resort to experience a variety of new offerings both inside and outside the theme parks. At Disney California Adventure, wait times for the new Little Mermaid ~ Ariel's Undersea Adventure ride are very manageable for a brand new attraction as the attraction's Omnimover ride system efficiently eats up the crowds. Nearby, work continues on the re-themed Goofy's Sky School roller coaster and Paradise Pier's enhanced dining courtyard as these projects near their July 1st opening date. Meanwhile, at Disneyland's new Star Tours thrill ride is drawing huge crowds as the park enters its typical summer routine of minimal refurbishments and a lack of new projects due to the heavy seasonal traffic. Yet, guests wanting to see all of Disneyland's new attractions this year won't be getting them for cheap with significant new admission price increases across the board went into effect Sunday.

More information on the construction projects featured in today's column can be found in the MiceChat Project Tracker threads — just look for a Project Tracker watermark and click that photo for more information and to join the on-going discussion.

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Crowd Calendar Prediction
Actual Crowd Levels
DISNEYLAND RESORT
DISNEYLAND PARK
CALIFORNIA ADVENTURE
DISNEYLAND RESORT
DISNEYLAND PARK
CALIFORNIA ADVENTURE
Sun. June 5
5/10
3.8/10
6.1/10
5/10
4.3/10
6.4/10
Mon. June 6
6/10
5.5/10
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6/10
5.6/10
5.3/10
Tue. June 7
6/10
4.5/10
5.6/10
7/10
7.1/10
6.8/10
Wed. June 8
4/10
3.3/10
3.5/10
5/10
4.3/10
4.9/10
Thu. June 9
4/10
3.1/10
3.8/10
3/10
3.0/10
2.6/10
Fri. June 10
6/10
5.5/10
5.6/10
7/10
6.7/10
4.2/10
Sat. June 11
7/10
6.9/10
6.1/10
5/10
6.0/10
4.5/10
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SUMMER STICKER SHOCK
On Sunday Disney raised prices at its U.S. theme parks. Disneyland saw significant increases for its Annual Passports with the Premium Pass jumping $50 in price. One-day, one-park tickets for adults hit the $80 mark, rising $4 in price.






Disneyland Resort Theme Park Admission Prices
Effective June 2011
New Price
Adult / Child
Previous Price
Adult / Child
Increase
Adult / Child
One Day
One Park
$80 / $74
$76 / $68
Up $4 / $6
One Day
Park Hopper
$105 / $99
$101 / $91
Up $4 / $8
Two-Day
One Park Per Day
$158 / $146
$151 / $136
Up $7 / $10
Two-Day,
Park Hopper
$173 / $161
$161 / $146
Up $12 / $15
Three-Day,
One Park Per Day
NEW OPTION
$209 / $193
N/A
N/A
Three-Day
Park Hopper
$224 / $208
$206 / $185
Up $18 / $23
So. Cal Select
Annual Passport
$199
$184
Up $15
So. Cal
Annual Passport
$269
$239
Up $30
Deluxe
Annual Passport
$379
$329
Up $50
Premium
Annual Passport
$499
$459
Up $40
Premier
Annual Passport
$749
$700
Up $49
For a complete list of new Disneyland ticket prices, click here.


The OC Register had more on the price hike:
Disneyland raises ticket prices
Disneyland Resort is raising prices for park tickets and annual passes beginning Sunday.
Visitors will pay $80 for an adult one-day ticket to either Disneyland or Disney California Adventure. That is an increase of $4 from the current price.

Disneyland raised single-day ticket prices, annual pass and parking fees in August 2010.
Starting Sunday, visitors will pay $14 more than they did four years ago and $39 more than a decade ago, when there was only the Disneyland park. California Adventure opened in 2001.

This year’s $4 hike is on par with annual changes over the past decade: Disney has boosted prices between $2 and $7 annually over that time.

“We regularly evaluate and adjust our pricing and continue to focus on providing one-of-a-kind entertainment experiences at a great value,” said Suzi Brown, a Disneyland Resort spokeswoman, in a prepared statement. “Our research tells us that nearly all our guests agree that a Disney theme park experience is a strong value.”

Disney has four types of annual passes. The prices of the passes have increased by as much as $50 to $379 for the Deluxe pass, which allows visitors access to both parks for 315 pre-selected days or by as little as $15 to $199 for the Southern California Select pass, which is a pass specifically for Southern California residents that allows access to both parks for 160 pre-selected days.

The price of the premium pass, which allows visitors access to the park for 365 days and covers parking, will increase by $40 to $499.

Some Disney fan sites have speculated that the company is hiking prices to decrease the number of passholders, who may cause crowding in the parks. However, Disney also has made it easier for visitors to pay for passes with monthly payment plans.

A visitor can go to either park for a varying number of days, depending on the level of the pass.

News of the ticket increases did not come as a surprise to Disney fans and annual pass-holders.
“I think once you are past paying $350, another $150 isn’t really much to wince at,” said Dennis Pope, a premium annual pass-holder. “I don’t really have sticker shock when it comes to Disneyland. I’ve come to expect it.” [ FULL STORY ]


Despite the higher prices, Disney continues to strongly advertise Annual Passports.



CALIFORNIA CONSTRUCTION
Work continues on the remainder of California Adventure's $1 billion-dollar remodel and expansion...

BUENA VISTA STREET
The new Buena Vista Street main entrance turnstiles continue to edge closer to completion. The structure is just about finished and then the installation of the actual turnstiles will get underway.
























Inside the park, the new Carthay Circle Theater and plaza area continue to take shape










The new Carthay Circle pump house is starting to take shape behind walls.






Over at the entrance to Hollywood Land, the new Red Car Trolley tracks and newly paved extension of Hollywood Boulevard are out from behind construction walls.


The trolley tracks and asphalt on the Disney Junior-side of the road is not yet complete. This is likely to avoid walls going up too close to the show's queue and stroller parking area, which would result in some crowd control nightmares while work continued into the busy summer season. So, for now, the area has gotten a quick fix until it can be properly finished.








GOOFY'S SKY SCHOOL
& PARADISE GARDEN DINING AREA

Over on Paradise Pier, work continues readying Goofy's Sky School and the newly re-themed Paradise Garden dining area for their July 1st opening. More walls were pushed back around the Sky School entrance last week, revealing a bit more of the signage and queue.












New posters and "themed" elements are up on the walls of the queue































The new Bayside Brews beer stand is looking like it's just about complete. It looks good and is sure to be a popular stop for adult park guests.


String lights on the underside of the awning. A simple, but nice touch.












CARS LAND
A look at Cars Land construction































DISNEYLAND HOTEL REMODEL
Over at the Disneyland Hotel, demolition on the Never Land Pool area is progressing quickly. The pool stairs are being removed and the pool will be re-plastered as it becomes the new "E-Ticket"-themed pool.










Work progresses on the Fantasy Tower





THIS & THAT
Back in California Adventure, Disney has announced that the ElecTRONica after-dark dance party will remain open through spring 2012. If the dance party must say in the park, it's too bad it couldn't adopt a new look instead of clinging on to the tired TRON: Legacy theme.


From the Disney Parks Blog:
The Grid Remains Open at ElecTRONica Through Spring 2012
Grab your identity discs, Programs, because ElecTRONica will continue to power up at Disney California Adventure park through Spring 2012! Also, guests still have the chance to test their light cycle skills as the TRON: Evolution tournament continues as well. And don’t forget – now through June 14, tournament Grand Champions can take home “TRON: Legacy” on Blu-ray.

ElecTRONica features many unique experiences – guests can experience the stunning performance of Laserman, dance to electronic mixes spun by live DJs, enjoy unique food and beverages, play classic 80s arcade games at Flynn’s Arcade and immerse themselves in the world of “TRON: Legacy.”

So come step into the Grid at ElecTRONica now through Spring 2012! [ LINK ]


Over on Paradise Pier, new ads have replaced the old and outdated Sun Wheel and Avalon Cove Restaurant ads on the side of the Ariel's Grotto restaurant. New pieces for Mickey's Fun Wheel and the Little Mermaid are now up. They look fine, but noticing these ads on the side of the Ariel's Grotto only calls to attention the need to re-theme this building which is currently hidden behind a series of caricature stations.







Back in Disneyland, work continues on the Golden Horseshoe facade refurbishment


Back in Big Thunder Ranch's Festival Arena, the Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides preview has left and the area is once again closed to normal park guests.


Closed.



In Tomorrowland, the Moonliner rocket is wrapped in tarps while it gets some TLC





In the Main Street Opera House, it looks like it's time to update one of the displays in the lobby. The case labeled "Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow" includes the section with a preview of what's next at Disneyland. It currently still gives a little sneak peek at Star Tours—The Adventures Continue, but with the attraction now open, this preview is now outdated.







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WEEKLY NEWS AND INFORMATION ROUND-UP
Weekly Theme Park Hours
June 13 — 19, 2011

Disneyland Park
Disney California Adventure
Monday-Wednesday: 8am - 12midnight
Thursday: 8am - 9pm
Friday: 9am-12midnight
Saturday-Sunday: 8am - 12midnight
Monday-Wednesday: 10am - 10pm
Thursday: 10am - 8:30pm
Friday-Sunday: 10am - 10pm
For a complete listing of theme park hours, visit the Disneyland.com Theme Park Calendar

Expected Crowd Levels presented by TouringPlans.com
Disneyland Park
Disney California Adventure
MEDIUM 2.2—5.8 out of 10
LOW/MEDIUM 1.7—6.7 out of 10
Crowd levels are based on a scale from 1 to 10,
with 1 being the least crowded conditions and 10 being most crowded.

For daily crowd predictions for the next 365 days, visit
Closures and Refurbishment Schedule
Disneyland Park

  • Matterhorn Bobsleds: Closed the following periods for refurbishment: June 13—17, June 20—24, and July 11—September 1.

Disney California Adventure

  • Goofy's Sky School: Opens July 1
  • Boardwalk Pizza and Pasta: Opens July 1
  • Paradise Garden Grill: Opens July 1
  • Red Car Trolley: Attraction set to open spring 2012.

Downtown Disney & Hotels of the Disneyland Resort

  • Never Land Pool: Area closed for remodel and re-theming.



DISNEY SAYS MISSION TORTILLA FACTORY CLOSURE WAS A "MUTUAL DECISION"
From the Around Disney blog:
Around Disney: No more free tortillas at Disney park
Fans of the Mission Tortilla Factory at Disney California Adventure will no longer get free tortillas or the tour of the working tortilla factory.

The 10-year-old attraction, in the Pacific Wharf, featured videos of the history of corn and how tortillas were made, as well as a view of machines that made real tortillas. At the end of the demonstration, park-goers were given free, freshly made tortillas.

Disney spokeswoman Betsy Sanchez said the establishment closed on May 31.

“It was a mutual decision not to renew the agreement,” Sanchez said in a prepared statement. “We look forward to providing our guests with a new experience in this location.”

On Tuesday afternoon. a sign reading “Mission Tortilla Factory is Closed,” stood in front of the entrance, much to the disappointment of Andrew and Jillian Powers of Merced.

“We had never been before, but we were going to check it out,” said Andrew Power, 25.

Jillian Powers, 23, said the couple had just come from The Bakery Tour hosted by Boudin Bakery, located directly across the walkway – where it was recommended to visit the Mission Tortilla Factory.

“The bread tour was pretty cool,” she said. “They said they made tortillas here, so we’re a little bummed.”
Rumors on the Internet report a chocolate store will replace the tortilla factory, but Sanchez said no decision has been made.

“We have many businesses interested in joining the Disneyland Resort,” Sanchez said. “However, what will replace the Mission Tortilla Factory is to be determined.”
Link: Around Disney: No more free tortillas at Disney park


SAVE UP TO 25% ON DISNEYLAND RESORT HOTELS THIS SUMMER
Some hotel savings from the Disney Parks Blog:
Even More Reasons to Stay at Disneyland Resort Hotels this Summer
If you’re traveling to the Disneyland Resort this summer, we’ve got some exciting offers and benefits at Resort hotels.

Save Up to 25 Percent: If you stay at a Disneyland Resort hotel from June 19-August 13, when booked by June 18, you could save up to 25 percent!

Two Disney’s FASTPASS Tickets: From now until September 5, your stay at a Disneyland Resort hotel will include two FASTPASS tickets for each person in your party, giving you even more time to enjoy the magic of the Disneyland theme parks. Separate theme park admission is required.

The Little Mermaid ~ Ariel’s Undersea Adventure Early Access: When you stay at a Disneyland Resort from now until September 5, you will have the chance for early access to The Little Mermaid ~ Ariel’s Undersea Adventure 30 minutes before Disney California Adventure park opens for guests! Separate theme park admission is required.

These great offers, along with the summer ticket deal for Southern California residents and all the new attractions and experiences, make this summer a great time to visit the Disneyland Resort!
Link: Even More Reasons to Stay at Disneyland Resort Hotels this Summer


TOUR DISNEYLAND VIRTUALLY WITH THE XBOX 360
A cool new XBox 360 Kinect game out this Christmas will let you tour Disneyland virtually and play fun mini games at your favorite attractions!
Kinect Disneyland Adventures gets its first trailer
We first brought you news of Kinect Disneyland Adventures just before gaming's largest expo, E3, properly kicked off. Revealed by a French TV show, the game lets players stroll around an accurately modelled, virtual Disneyland California. Rather than actually going on the rides, Disneyland Adventures instead turns each ride into a minigame based on the attraction. As you'll see below, you'll be able to sail through Pirates of the Caribbean dodging attacks from the dastardly pirates, snowball Yetis on the Matterhorn, and swordfight with Hook on Peter Pan's flight.

Put quite simply, the possibilites for Disneyland Adventures seem immense. Letting you explore the park at your own free will, there'll be collectibles to find, characters to greet, and even parades and firework displays to watch.

What's more, certain characters you meet will give you "quests" and challenges to complete, which in turn will unlock new minigames around the park. More than just a single player experience, at any time, another player will be able to drop-in in order to help out, whether you're exploring the park, or getting stumped on a particularly difficult minigame, and, somewhat brilliantly, the game will adjust its difficulty to suit. If you're a gamplaying wizard, you won't just blaze a path through this, as the game will adjust its difficulty accordingly to always provide a challenge, while newcomers to Kinect, or games as a whole will be able to enjoy a much calmer experience.
Full story: Kinect Disneyland Adventures gets its first trailer



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  1. Emmanuel_4's Avatar
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    Great Update!! Price hiking sux.
  2. Barbossa's Avatar
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    Great update! Go Canucks go!
  3. eicarr's Avatar
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    Glad they're keeping Tron!!!! haven't seen elecTRONica yet. I hope they add hints about the next Tron movie over the next year!
  4. jpg391's Avatar
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    Another great update. I do not like the raise in ticket prices!
  5. SanDiegoAl's Avatar
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    I cry foul on the TouringPlans Disney Resort Crowd Actuals.
    I was there Thursday and both parks were quite packed. At least a 6 or higher.
  6. bamato's Avatar
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    Is that a normal sized jump in AP pricing? Seems like $50 is quite the hike...

    Great update though
  7. adoborocks's Avatar
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    I don't understand the TRON hate. I haven't had the chance to experience elecTRONica yet either. Is having any of the other movie properties represented in the park considered a tired theme? Maybe just to AP's who visit the park frequently but not to guests like me whom only get to visit the park once a year or in a lot of cases even less than that.
  8. aduecey's Avatar
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    Glad to know Flynn's will be around for a bit longer. It would be nice if they moved all those great vintage games to the top level of Starcade (not like they are doing anything with that space) once they do decide to end Electronica's run.
  9. DOMINGUESS's Avatar
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    FANTASTIC UPDATE, ONCE AGAIN!

    as for the annual pass price hike, i get why they do it but what i still dont understand is why i have to pay $500 (for premium pass) for each of my kids when they dont need the parking pass or discounts. i really wish they would decrease their premium annual passes by $70 or whatever it is they would charge to add the parking pass to a deluxe pass.
  10. WheresMickey's Avatar
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    Great update!
  11. rubalcava's Avatar
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    Good update! Can't wait to see California Adventures new enterence.
  12. PEZZ Lightyear's Avatar
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    Tour Disneyland virtually? Wow, what a novel concept. Almost like a Virtual Magic Kingdom!
  13. Disneykin Kid's Avatar
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    Ticket prices - Actually, I always thought they should raise them at the beginning of summer, they used to raise them in August. But I hope it doesn't mean they're going to raise them again in the latter part of 2011.

    DCA Entrance - I like it

    Goofy - I like the 'down home' touches

    Paradise Dining - The color scheme seems to reflect the PP Hotel behind it, this probably means we're stuck with the hotel for a while

    DL Hotel Pool becoming E Ticket themed? What does that mean? Right now there's nothing E Ticket about the Monorail theme.
  14. okerry's Avatar
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    Aw, guys, please stop with the hate for Tron:Legacy! I absolutely loved the movie and sure wish I could see Electronica - but MiceChat is as close as I will get. The film was stunningly beautiful, especially in IMAX, and it had a heart as well. I sure hope they do another.
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    Quote Originally Posted by adoborocks
    I don't understand the TRON hate. I haven't had the chance to experience elecTRONica yet either. Is having any of the other movie properties represented in the park considered a tired theme? Maybe just to AP's who visit the park frequently but not to guests like me whom only get to visit the park once a year or in a lot of cases even less than that.
    I was a fan of ElecTRONica when it first opened. It was a great Disney experience. I think the problem now is that the after-dark dance party was created as a temporary offering. So, unlike other permanent movie-themed attractions, ElecTRONica is starting to overstay its welcome and is starting to show its age. I'd welcome a fully-themed, permanent TRON attraction in Tomorrowland, but I think the temporary nighttime dance party is overstaying its welcome.

    Thanks for reading!

    - Andy
    Dateline Disneyland
  16. pvcoasterguy's Avatar
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    "If the dance party must stay..."

    Man, talk about a bunch of party poopers! Having a night party at DCA is a great idea and it's a huge hit!

    It has such a great ambiance and gets guests genuinely excited and happy.
  17. Tiny Mermaid's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by adoborocks
    I don't understand the TRON hate. I haven't had the chance to experience elecTRONica yet either. Is having any of the other movie properties represented in the park considered a tired theme? Maybe just to AP's who visit the park frequently but not to guests like me whom only get to visit the park once a year or in a lot of cases even less than that.
    I don't understand the TRON slight, either. I've seen ElecTRONica just once, but I enjoyed it, and look forward to seeing it again next time I'm fortunate enough to visit the parks.

    I guess I can see how, if you're at the parks so frequently a string of lights in a beer cart is exciting news, things can look "tired."

    ETA: I appreciate the hard work Andy does in relaying updates, etc. for those of us who aren't able to get to Disneyland and DCA as frequently as we'd like.
    Updated 06-13-2011 at 11:15 AM by Tiny Mermaid
  18. StevenSokulski's Avatar
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    If I had to guess, I'd say ElecTRONica is sticking around largely due to the construction that will continue to hamper that part of the park through 2012. Putting a new nighttime event in only to have its performance hampered by construction walls and greatly impeded traffic flow doesn't seem like the idea choice.

    Plus, as others have noted, there are still quite a few folks that haven't had the chance to take in a night on the grid. I certainly think they could do worse. Wouldn't mind seeing GlowFest return instead, though.
  19. stitch1085's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterGracey
    I was a fan of ElecTRONica when it first opened. It was a great Disney experience. I think the problem now is that the after-dark dance party was created as a temporary offering. So, unlike other permanent movie-themed attractions, ElecTRONica is starting to overstay its welcome and is starting to show its age. I'd welcome a fully-themed, permanent TRON attraction in Tomorrowland, but I think the temporary nighttime dance party is overstaying its welcome.

    Thanks for reading!

    - Andy
    Dateline Disneyland
    I couldn't agree with you more about elecTRONica! I liked it when it first started, Glow Fest came and went but elecTRONica is like the house guest that just will not leave! I think I would feel the same if Glow Fest was still around. Let's move on! I feel like Disney is milking this cash cow for all its worth, in my eyes they are simply beating a dead horse. I say keep Flynn's arcade (or move it to Tomorrowland like someone suggested previously) and lets have a new dance party theme! Let's call it Club Disney and actually have characters dancing around on raised podiums that would be amazing to see Mickey Mouse dancing to Lady Gaga!!!!
  20. Tragic's Avatar
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    I had saved for 8 months to take my kids to disneyland and buy a passport for all of them, and now I will not have enough money in august to take them, this is going to break their hearts when I tell them
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