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Update for June 3 – 9, 2013

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Disneyland raises admission and parking prices | Disneyland employee arrested in Toontown scare | DCA to host world premiere of The Lone Ranger | Cutting lines at Disneyland | This and that...

Disneyland raises admission and parking prices

The Disneyland Resort raised prices on all forms of admission tickets this weekend, with significant increases in the price of annual passports. The new prices were announced Saturday morning, and went into effect less than 24 hours later, on Sunday morning.


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The increase brings the price of a one-day, one-park adult admission ticket to $92, a 6 percent increase, but lower than the 9 percent jump in 2012. A one-day park hopper ticket, which includes admission to both Disneyland and Disney California Adventure on the same day, jumped 10 percent to $137 for ages 10 and up, compared to 19 percent in 2012. The price for ages 3 to 9 went up 10 percent to $131.

Multi-day, one-park and park hopper tickets went up between 2 and 5 percent. A complete chart of the new prices and an analysis of the price change is available here.

Annual passports also jumped in price, though the increases were also much less than the 2012 price change.

The most expensive pass, the Premier pass—which offers admission to both the two Disneyland Resort parks and the four Walt Disney World parks in Florida—jumped from $849 to $979. The Premier pass was introduced in 2010 for $700, and has since increased 40 percent.

Disneyland's Premium pass, which has no blockout days and includes free parking, went from $649 to $669 per year, a $20 increase that is offset for existing passholders by an increase (now $40) in the discount offered to passholders who renew within 60 days of the expiration date of their current passes. Deluxe passholders still receive a $20 renewal incentive, with $10 renewal discounts offered to SoCal and SoCal Select passholders. The passholder blockout day ticket (which provides park admission on a day that is blocked out of a passholder's non-Premium pass) went to $84.

The Resort's daily parking fee increased by $1 to $16, and the monthly parking add-on for annual passholders went up 8 percent to $139. With the parking add-on, the difference between a Deluxe and Premium annual pass is now just $31, a difference that most passholders will easily recoup via the greater food and merchandise discounts offered to Premium passholders.

Annual price increases are the norm for Disneyland, and have typically taken place in May or June in recent years. The increases used to come with no warning—guests would just arrive at the ticket booths to find that prices had changed overnight—but in recent years, Disney has given a few days advanced warning of price jumps. The 2012 increase, one of the largest in memory, prompted budget-minded Disney to race to purchase tickets and renew passes on Saturday before the change took effect. Readers who went to the resort this weekend to do the same reported much smaller lines, likely due to the more moderate increase this year.

Still, if you missed the news and are now facing sticker shock when planning your next vacation, MousePlanet has assembled a list of ways you can save on Disneyland tickets by taking advantage of current specials or purchasing tickets from resellers with remaining inventory at the old prices. Since these offers usually dry up quickly after a price change takes effect, act quickly to take advantage of the savings.

How has the price increase impacted your Disney vacation plans? Were you able to purchase tickets or renew a pass at the old price, or are you letting your AP expire? Join the conversation on our MousePad discussion forum.

Disneyland employee arrested in Toontown scare

The first report to come across the police scanner last Tuesday night was typically light on details: "Explosion in garbage can at Toontown, PD evacuating the area." An update a few minutes later provided more information and raised more questions: "Anaheim PD says dry ice in plastic bottle exploded inside trash can, no injury." By then, social media was buzzing with reports of an explosion at Disneyland, and local television stations had helicopters over the park broadcasting live footage from the scene.

As is common with situations like this, those at home or monitoring social media were much more aware of the situation than people actually at Disneyland—even those just yards from the scene. MousePlanet reader MidwayManiac was watching the new Mickey and the Magical Map show inside the Fantasyland Theater, just a stone's throw from the Toontown gates, when what Disneyland would describe via its official Twitter account as a "small bang" took place. He noted that Toontown was open when he entered the theater, and that "40 or 50 happy smiling [cast members were] waving and forming a human wall way out in front of the gate" as he left after the performance. "Still no mention of it here in park," he noted, almost two hours after the incident. Following an investigation by local authorities, Disneyland reopened Toontown later Tuesday evening, and confirmed that there had been no injuries or damage from the blast.

Later that evening, authorities interviewed and arrested Disneyland outdoor vending cast member Christian Barnes, 22, for suspicion of possessing a destructive device. As the story unfolded, it turned out that the Toontown blast was the second dry ice bottle Barnes had created; the first exploded inside his ice cream cart prior to the Toontown incident. Dry ice is used in the outdoor vending carts to keep ice cream cold. According to a report by CBS Los Angeles, Barnes left one bottle inside his cart before leaving for a break, and dropped the second bottle in the Toontown trash can on his way to the break room behind Toontown.

Barnes was originally held in lieu of $1million bail, but that amount was reduced to $500,000 during his arraignment. Barnes pleaded not guilty to the felony charges. He faces up to seven years in prison and restitution for the police response.

DCA to host world premiere of The Lone Ranger

Disney California Adventure park is hosting the world premiere of The Lone Ranger on Saturday, June 22, with all proceeds from the $1,000-per-person tickets going to the American Indian College Fund. Donors get to walk the red carpet, attend the world premiere in the Hyperion Theater, then stay for an after-party in Cars Land and attend an event-exclusive performance of the World of Color water-and-light show. The $1,000 ticket also includes in-theater refreshments consisting of a Subway sandwich, popcorn, and soft drink.

According to the press release, "A one-of-a-kind Lone Ranger Ninja motorcycle from Kawasaki, a sponsor of the premiere, will be displayed at the event and will be available for the stars in attendance to autograph. The bike will be auctioned off at a later date, with all proceeds going to the American Indian College Fund."

If you'd rather watch from the sidelines, a red carpet viewing area opens with Disney California Adventure at 9 a.m.. The Mickey and Friends parking structure opens at 6:30 a.m. for early arrivals, and guests may begin lining up in front of DCA at 7 a.m.

A special "fan pen" along the red carpet will be offered for the first 50 Visa Signature cardholders who show their card.

Purchase tickets from the American Indian College Fund event site.

Cutting lines at Disneyland

Two weeks ago, we wrote in the Walt Disney World Update about a New York Post article that reported that wealthy families were hiring people with disabilities to act as unofficial Disney tour guides, helping them cut the lines at Walt Disney World. Now NBC's The Today Show has aired a report that claims the same abuse is taking place at the Disneyland Resort. The show sent a producer and his family to Disneyland, using Craigslist to find and hire two people who advertised their services as disabled tour guides. The first guide charged $50 per hour for her services, the second, $200 for the day.

Video from the show reveals the guides using Guest Assistance Cards (GAC), intended for guests with disabilities, to take the family through side entrances or marked exits, bypassing the stand-by lines at attractions like Star Tours, Autopia, and the Mad Tea Party. After the tours, the producers confronted both guides in the parking lot of a nearby hotel and asked them about their service. One defended her actions, saying, "We live in a capitalist country and I don't feel like it's morally wrong." The second guide said quite simply that he "couldn't care less" about the moral implications of his service.

Some MousePlanet readers and our MousePad discussion board Community Leaders familiar with Disneyland and the GAC system take exception with some of the claims made in the report. Several said that the "monster line" shown at Pirates of the Caribbean was more realistically about a 20-minute wait, and pointed out that Pirates is one of the worst rides for those who use the accessible entrance, due to the long ride time and slow boarding process. Using the GAC pass shown in the video would have provided less of an advantage than claimed on Star Tours, allowing the group to bypass only the indoor queue and not the outdoor line as indicated.

Based on the stand-by line shown, using the accessible entrance may have allowed the group to bypass one cycle on the Mad Tea Party, a five-minute advantage. Reader MickeyDogMom noted, "Anybody else notice they didn't show rides where the [GAC] pass makes it longer? Like ["it's a small world]? Matterhorn? Haunted Mansion? And did not show DCA?"

Community Leader Malcon10t said, "My real problem is The Today Show just continued the myth, and more people will try it." Though the show says Disney issued a statement saying, in part, "We have initiated a review of this abuse and will take appropriate steps to deter this type of unacceptable activity," and reports the company has sent warning letters to people who advertise these services, a quick search of Craiglist found three more offers posted since the show aired.

Reader EeyoreGirl said, "It will be interesting to see how Disney resolves this issue. I hope they don't punish those using GAC honestly to stop the dishonest individuals looking to make a quick buck." Malcon10t added, "While I truly wish they could stop cheaters, I don't want them to make it any harder for those who need it. There are so many who have invisible reasons for needing it, and they go through enough already."

This and that...

...Disneyland has added a Limited Time Magic event tied to the debut of Mickey and the Magical Map. At the end of the show in the Fantasyland theater, guests can pick up "Mickey's Compass Quest" and follow clues to locations around Disneyland. Upon completing the quests, participants will "take home a special reward." This activity is offered through Sunday, June 9.

...The next special annual passholder performance of Mickey and the Magical Map is this evening at Disneyland. Following the 5:40 p.m. performance, some of the creative team involved with the production are participating in a brief presentation about the show. Passholders may bring up to three non-passholder guests. If you miss tonight's event, the final opportunity is next Tuesday, June 11.

...We've received word that Disney California Adventure quitely ended the World of Color picnic offering this weekend. The dinner packages are still available at Ariel's Grotto, Wine Country Trattoria, and Carthay Circle.

…If you are a Disneyland annual passholder and use Twitter, consider following the new official @DisneylandAP account. The account is generally used to communicate the day's AP blockouts and promote AP discounts and resort restaurants and shops, but during the Monstrous Summer All Nighter, Disney offered APs who followed the account an opportunity to see a screening of Monsters University a month before the theatrical premiere.

Crowd Forecast

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It's June and everything is going up, the temperature, crowd levels, and Disney ticket prices! TouringPlans.com can help you navigate the crowds with our per-park Crowd Calendar, Lines App with access to current and estimated wait times, and Touring Plans detailing the best plan of attack for hitting the attractions. Now is a good time to subscribe to TouringPlans.com to plan your strategy to avoid the crowds!

Below are the predicted resort-wide crowd numbers for select days generated by the TouringPlans professional statisticians as measured for the upcoming week. For the access to the full year and per-park crowd level predictions, visit our Crowd Calendar.

Date Overall
Tuesday, June 4, 2013 6 / 10
Wednesday, June 5, 2013 5 / 10
Thursday, June 6, 2013 6 / 10
Friday, June 7, 2013 7 / 10

Here are some quick-hit notes that we hope you'll find helpful as you prepare your visits for the week:

  • Saturday resort crowd level is a 7 out of 10.
  • Grad Nights run Wednesday through Friday this week.
  • Wednesday is the best day to visit Disneyland
  • Fastpass tickets for Radiator Springs Racers usually "sell out" within the first hour of DCA's regular park hours.

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Current Refurbishments and Attraction Closures

Note: Not all of these have been officially confirmed by Disney, and are all subject to change at any time. We recommend checking for updates as you plan your visit.

Disneyland

  • Big Thunder Mountain Railroad – closed through October 30 for a major refurbishment.

Disney California Adventure

  • None at this time

Note: Refurbishment schedules are estimates only. All information is subject to change without notice. To get the most recent updates, call Disneyland at (714) 781-7290.

Resort Events

Check here to see if a large convention, competition or park event might fall during your next trip to the Disneyland Resort. If you know of any in-park events, official or unofficial, that should be listed here, please send us an e-mail (link).

2013

Summer

  • Grad Nite events – This party for high school seniors graduating in 2013 will be held on these dates in 2013: June 5, 6, 7, 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, 21. The 2013 event includes admission to Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park during regular operating hours, and a private party in Disneyland Park after the park closes to the public for the night.
  • D23 Expo – August 9–11. Tickets for the three-day convention are now on sale.
  • Disneyland Half Marathon Weekend (sold out) – August 30 through September 1 at the Disneyland Resort.

Fall

  • Halloween Time – September 13 to October 31.
  • 23rd Annual CHOC Walk in the Park – October 13. Team MousePlanet registration details coming soon.

Winter

  • Holidays at the Disneyland Resort – November 12 through the first week of 2014.

2013

  • Tinker Bell Half Marathon Weekend – January 17–19. Registration for all weekend activities opens to the general public on July 9; limited registration opens June 11 for those also registering for the Disney Princess Half Marathon.

We also recommend checking the convention calendar at the Anaheim/Orange County Visitor and Convention Bureau website. When looking at that site, remember to note both the number of people and the number of rooms resulting from each convention. A gathering of 25,000 people booking few room nights (indicating most will be driving in to the area for their meeting) can impact traffic around the resort much more than a crowd of 25,000 staying in area hotels. Of course, that second group is going to make finding a hotel room more difficult (and possibly more expensive), so it's best to book your own room as early as possible if you see that a big convention is in town during your trip.

Current Discounts & Promotions

Disneyland prices as of June 2, 2013.

Note: MousePlanet does not edit past Updates to reflect price increases; for up-to-date prices, check the most recent Disneyland Resort Update. Several current promotions offer discounted admission to the Disneyland Resort. For your convenience, we have grouped the discount offers based on the number of days the tickets are valid. Check out the category that best matches the amount of time you plan to spend at the resort, and pick the offer that works best for you. And keep those tips coming—let us know if you find a better or different offer, so we can share it with other readers!

This first section is a list of discounts on ticket-only purchases. Though it has become more common in recent years, Disneyland tickets are rarely offered at deep discounts unless you are a resident of Southern California or Northern Mexico. For residents outside that area, the best discounts available tend to be simple advance purchase discounts. If you know of any additional discounts, offers, promotions, or contests that should be listed in this section, drop us a line. Note, we are no longer listing offers from the Anaheim-Orange County Visitor & Convention Bureau, as their convenience fee negates any savings.

Don't get scammed! Never buy tickets from an unofficial or secondary outlet, such as through eBay or Craigslist. Never rent or purchase tickets from people approaching you outside the gates stating they have remaining days or leftover tickets. This practice is against the terms of use for Disneyland admission, and may result in denial of entry. It is also common for criminals to shoplift inactivated Disney theme park tickets from supermarkets to resell them. There is no way to determine if these tickets are valid until you try to use them to enter the parks. Only purchase Disney theme park tickets directly from Disney, and authorized seller, or travel agency. 

One Day, One Park Ticket – Regularly $92/$86

One Day Park Hopper – Regularly $137/$131
No discounts currently available to the general public. Check with your employer, school or credit union to see if any discounts are available through them.
Two Day, One Park per Day Ticket – Regularly $175/$162

Two Day Park Hopper – Regularly $210/$197

Get Away Today Vacations – MousePlanet sponsor Get Away Today Vacations sells two-day tickets at a slight discount over the Disneyland main gate price. 2-day Park Hoppers are $197 for adults ($185 for children); 2-day 1/park/day tickets are $168 for adults ($156 for children).

Check with your employer, school or credit union to see if any other discounts are available through them.

Three Day, One Park per Day Ticket – Regularly $225/$209

Three Day Park Hopper – Regularly $260/$244

Get Away Today Vacations – MousePlanet sponsor Get Away Today Vacations sells three-day tickets at a slight discount over the Disneyland main gate price. 3-day Park Hoppers are $245 for adults ($230 for children); 3-day 1/park/day tickets are $217 for adults ($202 for children).

2012–2013 Disney Military Promotional 3–Day Park Hopper Ticket ($125) – a discounted price offered to Eligible Service Members or their spouses.

Disney Military Promotional 3-Day Park Hopper Tickets may be purchased through September 26, 2013, and are valid through September 28, 2013. Disney defines "Eligible Service Members" as active or retired members of the U.S. military, including the National Guard, Reservists, and the U.S. Coast Guard. Valid military identification will be required for purchase. This discount is available at MWR/ITT offices at your military base or other at participating U.S. military sales outlets. The tickets are not available for sale at the Disneyland Resort ticket booths. The price is the same for adults and children, and total of six tickets may be purchased per military member, regardless of who purchases the tickets (the member or their spouse).

Tickets are blocked out through July 4. As far as we can tell, there is no "fuse" on this ticket, so you may have more than the standard 13 days from first use to use the remaining two admissions, but we highly recommend you contact your base MWR/ITT office for more details before making travel plans. Please note that this ticket is not a "bonus" ticket, and so does not include an early admission day.

Check with your employer, school or credit union to see if any other discounts are available through them.

Four Day, One Park per Day Ticket – Regularly $250/$230

Four Day Park Hopper – Regularly $285/$265

Get Away Today Vacations – MousePlanet sponsor Get Away Today Vacations sells four-day tickets at a slight discount over the Disneyland main gate price. 4-day Park Hoppers are $270 for adults ($250 for children); 4-day 1/park/day tickets are $240 for adults ($220 for children).

Check with your employer, school or credit union to see if any other discounts are available through them.

Five Day, One Park per Day Ticket – Regularly $265/$244

Five Day Park Hopper – Regularly $300/$279

Get Away Today Vacations – MousePlanet sponsor Get Away Today Vacations sells five-day tickets at a slight discount over the Disneyland main gate price. 5-day Park Hoppers are $285 for adults ($265 for children); 5-day 1/park/day tickets are $255 for adults ($235 for children).

Check with your employer, school or credit union to see if any other discounts are available through them.

Six Day, One Park per Day Ticket Six Day Park Hopper No longer offered by Disneyland – some travel providers may offer tickets for 6 days or longer as part of a package to international customers; residents of Canada, Australia, or the U.K. should check with local travel agencies to see what options may be available.
Disneyland Resort Annual Passports

No discounts currently available for new purchases. California residents can take advantage of the monthly payment plan when purchasing any but the Premier Annual Passport.

  • Premier Annual Passport ($979) – valid at both Disneyland Resort and Florida's Walt Disney World Resort; includes parking.
  • Premium Annual Passport ($669) – includes parking.
  • Deluxe Annual Passport ($499)
  • Southern California Annual Passport ($359)
  • SoCal Select Annual Passport ($279)
  • Parking Add On ($139) – add-on to Deluxe, SoCal and SoCal Select passes; has same blockout days as corresponding pass.
  • Blockout Day Ticket ($84) – grants one-day park-hopper admission to an annual passholder on a blockout day.

Check with your employer, school or credit union to see if any other discounts are available through them.

Southern California CityPASS $319/$279

Southern California CityPASS PLUS $353/$304

2013 Southern California CityPASS ($319/$279) – includes a 3-Day Disneyland Resort Park Hopper Bonus Ticket (including one early-entry day), a one-day admission to Sea World San Diego and a one-day admission to Universal Studios Hollywood. The CityPASS expires 14 days after first use at any location, and the first use must occur by January 2, 2014. Purchase CityPASS through the Disneyland website or on-site at the ticket booths of Disneyland Resort or the other theme parks included in the pass. You can also purchase directly from the CityPASS website, though a shipping charge may apply depending on how quickly you need the ticket.

2013 Southern California CityPASS PLUS ($353/$304) – includes a 3-Day Disneyland Resort Park Hopper Bonus Ticket (including one early-entry day), a one-day admission to Sea World San Diego and a one-day admission to Universal Studios Hollywood, plus one-day admission to either San Diego Zoo or San Diego Safari Park. The CityPASS expires 14 days after first use at any location, and the first use must occur by January 2, 2014. This upgraded pass is only available for purchase directly from the CityPASS website.

Check with your employer, school or credit union to see if any other discounts are available through them.

Prices listed above are valid until January 2, 2014.

Hotel/Travel Packages

Costco Travel Packages – many different travel packages including visits to Disneyland and Disneyland hotels are available through Costco.

Disney's Resort Magic and Good Neighbor Magic Packages – package includes accommodations in one of the three resort hotels or at one of 40 Good Neighbor hotels; Souvenir Park Hopper ticket with voucher for admission to Mickey's Toontown Morning Madness, plus one Magic Morning (early entry) for three-day or longer Park Hoppers; preferred seating at three DCA attractions (Disney's Aladdin – A Musical Spectacular, Muppet*Vision 3D, It's Tough to be a Bug!); preferred showing of Turtle Talk With Crush (priority viewing at the first Turtle Talk With Crush show of the day, on any one day—one voucher per guest); Disney Dream coin keepsake (one per package), luggage tag and lanyard with pin; a Downtown Disney Fun Card; and a "Character Call" from Mickey, Minnie, Goofy or Crush. Contact Disney Travel or your favorite travel agent.

Contact a MousePlanet sponsor travel agency for assistance in booking your next trip

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Other Discounts

Military 3-Day Park Hopper Discount – active and retired U.S. military can now purchase up to six 3-Day Disneyland Resort Park Hoppers at the discounted price of $125 each, a 50 percent savings off the regular adult price. The tickets may be used through September 28, 2013 with block-out days from March 25 through April 5, and July 4.

Valid only for active duty or retired U.S. Military, including the National Guard, Reservists, and the U.S. Coast Guard. Valid and active U.S. Military (or Military spouse) ID required for purchase and admission. Limited to one (1) purchase of up to six (6) tickets per valid ID and Military member (or spouse) must accompany the persons using these tickets for Theme Park admission.

Annual Passholder offers – Disneyland has once again extended the 20 percent merchandise discount offered to Premium annual passholders. The discount is now valid through December 31, 2013.

Purchase with Purchase offers – Disneyland Resort shops frequently offer a reduced–price souvenir (often a tote bag, watch, or blanket) with a qualifying minimum purchase. These are offered at Disney-operated stores only, and generally can not be combined—you must choose one of the eligible offers. If you're a passholder, the minimum purchase is calculated after your discount, and your discount does not apply to the promotional item.

Character Dining Vouchers – discounted character dining vouchers are available for purchase online, in advance of your trip, through Get Away Travel.

Disney Visa – cardholders have access to a private character meet-and-greet photo opportunity at Disney California Adventure, and receive one free 5x7 photograph per visit. Cardholders also receive 10 percent off qualifying merchandise purchases of $50 or more from Disney-operated retail stores, 10 percent off at selected Disneyland Resort restaurants, (Big Thunder Ranch, River Belle Terrace, French Market, Cocina Cucamonga, Steakhouse 55, PCH Grill and Storyteller's Café), and 20 percent off the "Welcome to Disneyland," "A Walk in Walt's Footsteps," and "Discover the Magic" guided tours. See the Disney Visa website for terms and conditions.

Landry's Select Club – members of the Landry's Select Club get priority seating at the Rainforest Cafe when available (which makes a huge difference on busy days), and a 10 percent discount on retail purchases. This club replaces the former Rainforest Cafe Safari Club as of March 31, 2012. If you are already a Safari Club member, you can migrate your membership to the new Landry's Select Club at no charge, and start to earn points in the new program. The new Select Club eliminated the entree discount and free appetizer offer that was included with the Safari Club, replacing them with a point-based system that gives you a $25 gift certificate after you spend $250. If you are not yet a member of either the Safari Club or the Landry's Select Club, you can pre-purchase your membership before your trip. Membership now costs $25, but comes with a $25 reward.

ESPNZone MVP Club – membership in the MVP Club does not offer any discounts on food. However, once a member you can make an online reservation for your party up to three days in advance and will get a 25 percent increase in points purchased when playing games in the Sports Arena (and 40 bonus points at activation). You must register online and your membership card will then be mailed to you within two weeks. The card must then be activated at any ESPNZone by the person who signed up for the card and ID will be required (link).

Park Schedule/Blockout Dates

  • DL: Disneyland
  • DCA: Disney California Adventure

Annual Pass blockouts:

  • SL – Southern California Select Annual Pass
  • SC – Southern California Annual Pass
  • DX – Deluxe Annual Pass
Early Admission – full description available on the Disneyland website):
  • MM – Magic Mornings for 3-plus day ticket holders, promotional "bonus" tickets, and Southern California CityPASS
  • EMH – Extra Magic Hour for Disneyland Resort Hotel Guests
  • AP – Annual Passholders Early Entry on most weekends
Disneyland Resort Special Events:
6/2 6/3 6/4 6/5 6/6 6/7 6/8
DL: 8a-12a
EMH/MM/AP

DCA: 8a-10p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
SL

Events: None
DL: 8a-12a
None

DCA: 8a-10p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
None

Events: None
DL: 8a-12a
EMH/MM

DCA: 8a-10p
None

AP Blockouts:
None

Events: None
DL: 8a-12a
None

DCA: 8a-12a
EMH

AP Blockouts:
None

Events: GN
DL: 8a-12a
EMH/MM

DCA: 8a-10p
None

AP Blockouts:
None

Events: GN
DL: 9a-12a
None

DCA: 9a-10p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
SL/SC

Events: GN
DL: 9a-12a
EMH/MM

DCA: 9a-10p
None

AP Blockouts:
SL/SC/DX

Events: None
6/9 6/10 6/11 6/12 6/13 6/14 6/15
DL: 8a-12a
None

DCA: 8a-11p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
SL

Events: 
None
DL: 8a-12a
None

DCA: 8a-10p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
SL

Events: None
DL: 8a-12a
EMH/MM

DCA: 10a-8p
None

AP Blockouts:
SL

Events: None
DL: 8a-12a
None

DCA: 8a-10p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
SL

Events: GN
DL: 8a-12a
EMH/MM

DCA: 8a-10p
None

AP Blockouts:
SL

Events: 
GN
DL: 8a-12a
None

DCA: 8a-11p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
SL/SC

Events: GN
DL: 8a-12a
EMH/MM

DCA: 8a-11p
EMH/AP

AP Blockouts:
SL/SC/DX

Events: 
None
6/16 6/17 6/18 6/19 6/20 6/21 6/22
DL: 8a-12a
None

DCA: 8a-10p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
SL

Events: None
DL: 8a-12a
None

DCA: 8a-10p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
SL

Events: None
DL: 8a-12a
EMH/MM

DCA: 8a-10p
None

AP Blockouts:
SL

Events: None
DL: 8a-12a
None

DCA: 8a-10p
EMH

AP Blockouts:
SL/SC

Events: GN
DL: 8a-12a
EMH/MM

DCA: 8a-10p
None

AP Blockouts:
SL/SC

Events: 
GN
DL: 8a-12a
None

DCA: 8a-10p 
EMH

AP Blockouts:
SL/SC

Events: GN
DL: 8a-12a
EMH/MM

DCA: 8a-10p
EMH/AP

AP Blockouts:
SL/SC/DX

Events: 
None

Visit our Annual Passholders Blockout Dates page to see more dates. You can see future calendar schedules at Disneyland. As always, specifics are subject to change without notice (or occasionally, without us noticing) so when information conflicts between what is presented here and that presented by Disney, it is best to assume Disney's information is correct. Visit the Park Hours section of our Disneyland Park guide for additional details about Magic Morning and Toontown Morning Madness, including available attractions. Entertainment schedule: Go directly to the Disneyland Resort schedule for this week at Disneyland.com here.



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