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Update for September 19-24, 2006

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News and Views

50th coming down

Though technically we still have two more weeks of the 50th Anniversary celebration, many of the temporary decorations put in for the celebration are quickly coming down. While all of the 50th logos on Main Street are still in place, the giant Steamboat Mickey photomosaic in Town Square has been taken out with a construction wall hiding the hole left behind.


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Elsewhere in the park almost every 50th logo, golden ride vehicle, and photomosaic that can easily be removed is already gone. However, the photo opportunity ride vehicles in Fantasyland are still in present (for Peter Pan, King Arthur's Carousel, and Mad Tea Party).

While it is somewhat sad to see some of these go, it is definitely time to move on. Boarding the tram yesterday another visitor was heard commenting on the 50th Anniversary billboard and saying "I guess they can celebrate the 50th anniversary for as many years as they want to."


A photo of bushes significant for the 50th Anniversary totem that is no longer there. Photo by David Michael.


The most complex of the photo mosaics is now part of history. The construction wall and curtain suggest the spot will see some further revisions, probably for the Halloweentime promotion. Photo by David Michael.


The figurehead on Sailing Ship Columbia has lost her bling. Photo by David Michael.

Price increase

It caught us by surprise since we only heard about it about 36 hours before it became official but prices for parking and certain park admission tickets went up last week.

Multi-day park hopper prices remain unchanged (until January) but one-day tickets and annual passes all saw increases.

A one-day one-park ticket went up $4 to $53 for children and $63 for adults. The one-day parkhopper also rose $4 to $83/$73. The Southern California resident annual passes both increased $5 to $124 for the SoCal Select pass and $154 for the SoCal pass. The Deluxe and Premium annual passes are up $10 to $239 and $359 respectively. If you renew a Deluxe or Premium annual pass before it expires you will get a $20 discount. If you want to add unlimited parking to any non-Premium annual pass that now costs $59, up from $49.

Parking at the resort was also affected, though just for regular cars. Cars and motorcycle parking is up $1 to $11 while RVs and limousines remain at $13 and busses or trucks get in for $18.

Disneyland Half Marathon

The big event of this last weekend was the inaugural running of the Disneyland Half Marathon.

Setting a new course record on his way to winning (a benefit of winning the first event) was Ken Broady of Brea, California, with a very good time of 1:11:31 (my time of 3:25 means I would have just beaten him if he had to run it three times). Adding a nice touch to it, Broady, 44, is a former Disneyland cast member. Second place went to Benjamin Gutierrez of Jalostotitlan, Mexico, with a time of 1:13:04. On the female side, Kim Jones (48) of Fort Collins, Colorado, set the women's course record at 1:25:03 and second place by Edith Martinez (38), also of Brea, California, was two minutes behind at 1:27:05.

Troy Davis, of Queen Creek, Arizona, won the wheelchair division with a time of 1:08:56.

But kudos to everybody who got up at 4:00 in the morning and found the determination to finish the race. Just to pick out one group, congratulations to Frank Ota (Los Angeles), Kathleen Callaway (Redlands, CA), Hugh Massey (Sacramento), William Cattoi (Santa Barbera), Patti Kennedy (Rowland Heights, CA), Rao Paladugo (Bradbury, CA), Kathleen Stovall (Los Angeles), Mary Ehrlich (Alta Loma, CA). They are the eight men and women over the age of 75 who completed the race.

Lani Teshima has been our columnist on all things related to the Walt Disney endurance events and here is her quick recap of the event:

The Inaugural Disneyland Half-Marathon seemed to go off without a hitch, and kudos go to the Disney endurance sports organizers (many of whom flew out from Florida) to coordinate the event. Disney seemed to be able to add a touch of marathon magic to the resort for the weekend without inconveniencing nonparticipants more than necessary.

For those who have participated in the Walt Disney World marathon events, there were some notable differences:

The expo seemed to be noticeably smaller than the one in Florida, with fewer vendors and fewer booths promoting other events. Without the gymnasium feel of the Milk House, this version of the expo seemed much quieter and less chaotic. Packet pick-ups were smooth and identical to the Florida version.

The corrals for the waiting area at Disneyland made far better use of the existing streets to cordone people off. An aerial view would have shown the different corrals waiting in arteries that then fed into the main course towards the starting line. In comparison, the WDW version uses artificial plastic barricades that are lowered before the race starts, creating a natural compression of adjoining corral sections.

Since the corrals didn't compress into each other in Disneyland, the start was much more orderly. However for this reason, it seemed to take longer for everyone to get to the starting line. One major difference at the starting line, however, and one that occurred numerous times during the course, was its narrowing. Where the Florida version cuts a wide swath across a highway, everyone jogged on a narrow two-lane street through many of the portions of the course, including the beginning.

Mickey and Minnie waved and clapped at all the participants as they crossed the finish line, which also happens in Florida. However the Califorinia participants got to see an awesome sight—organizers brought a monorail out to park right above the starting line. The monorail windows were opened, and waving and cheering from the windows were even more characters, including Goofy, Pinocchio, and Alice. The monorail was particularly appreciated by people who realized that organizers actually brought the monorail out while it was closed for a rehab.

Because the Disneyland half-marathon happens in the summer, it was starting to get light within the first few miles of the course. As you can expect, it was much warmer at the start than it usually is for the WDW version, although the heat didn't really kick up until well after the event was over.

Overall, the course is still pretty slow, mostly because the Disneyland course still has to contend with narrow walkways and changing surfaces. Tight turns make it a challenge for the competitive racers, while the narrow spots created some bottlenecks for the masses. I suspect that the narrow areas may cause enough of an issue that they will create a natural cap in capacity in the future.

The best part of the course is over in the first four miles, when runners get to go through both Disney's California Adventure park and Disneyland. However organizers did a good job of providing entertainment throughout the course (in the form of mariachi bands, high school bands and cheerleaders). And just when the scenery started to get really boring, the course made its way through Angels Stadium, where participants got to run "around the bases"—entering a backstage gate onto the field by first base, running the perimeter near home plate, and heading out another gate beyond third base. Although the gates were quite narrow (especially the one after third base), the experience was a rare one, and a particularly terrific one for any baseball fan.

Mile markers were consistent and included digital timers, although the Disneyland course did not include the motivational signs and trivia boards that sprinkle the Florida version. One thing they can improve on next year are the water stations. Although signage was good, pointing out the tables for water and Powerade, most of the Powerade stations were actually short on Powerade for the slower joggers (beware: bring your own energy bars and gels next year in case the Powerade gets hard to find again).

The event sold out with 12,000 participants signing up. There were only 9,000 finishers, and word is that they had a higher-than-anticipated rate of people simply failing to show up. I suspect this is due to a large number of local people registering, and deciding late in the year not to actually participate.

Next year, however, will be interesting, as organizers are holding the 2007 half-marathon over Labor Day weekend. In my opinion, this will make the race highly undesirable to most out-of-state travelers, since Labor Day weekend is traditionally the last weekend in summer, and one of the busiest travel holidays in the year. There are many other really good long-distance events to sign up for that will involve fewer travel headaches and also avoid having to travel for Labor Day, beginning with Disney's very own Walt Disney World marathon events held in January. My prediction is that the organizers will end up forcing the Disneyland half-marathon to become much more locally focused on Southern Californians, as it might be a better deal for anyone east of Nevada to head out east for the January events instead. Only time will tell.

Note: Unlike the Florida races, registration for the 2007 Disneyland half-marathon is not opening until well into October.

Mickey's Halloween Treat details

Some details have come in on the Mickey's Halloween Treat events at Disney's California Adventure in October. Keep in mind that all these things are subject to change at the last moment and for practically any reason at all.

Each night the event is held, up to 8,000 people may be in attendance (currently several dates have not yet sold out). With this number of people the park itself should never feel crowded, though specific activities might bunch people up.

As for the "treating" part of trick-or-treating, there will be 21 treat locations around the park and projections are that everybody should be going home with at least a pound of candy. We don't know what all candy will be given away but Snickers has contributed a fair amount of it.

Though we still expect that the midway games in Paradise Pier will close permanently soon, they are expected to be open for these events and instead of the regular prizes candy will be won by game players. For photo opportunities various Disney villains will be in Hollywood Pictures Backlot while Mickey and Minnie will be in Golden State and the Princesses will be on the bridge near Ariel's Grotto.

If you want to eat something other than candy, you'll be able to do so at Award Wieners, Burger Invasion, Pizza Oom Mow Mow, Taste Pilot's Grill, Baker's Field Bakery, and Cucina Cucamonga Mexican Grill.

Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, California Soarin', all the attractions in A Bug's Land, California Screamin', King Triton's Carousel, Sun Wheel, Orange Stinger, Jumpin' Jellyfish, Mulholland Madness, and Golden Zephyr will be the attractions to guests. It appears that Redwood Creek Challenge Trail will be open to some extent but individual areas may be closed.

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Current Refurbishments and Attraction Closures

Disneyland

  • Disneyland Monorail closed August 21 - December 14 for station remodel and queue construction for Submarine Voyage. Will likely close again in January.
  • Snow White - An Enchanted Musical ended September 4. Show will not return.
  • Matterhorn Bobsleds closed September 5 - December 14 for complete refurbishment.
  • Golden Horseshoe closed September 5 - September 28 for refurbishment, kitchen update, and menu change.
  • Billy Hill and the Hillbillies dark September 5 - September 28 while Golden Horseshoe is closed for refurbishment.
  • Fantasyland Theater closed September 5 - September 30 for removal of Snow White - An Enchanted Musical stage and remodel to accommodate princess interactive experience.
  • Haunted Mansion closed September 11 - 28 for installation of Haunted Mansion Overlay.
  • The First 50 Magical Years closed September 18 - 21. Carpet replacement.
  • Disneyland Railroad closed September 18 - 22. There appears to be no scheduled refurbishment work scheduled and the closure may be to allow for unimpeded work in the submarine lagoon.
  • it's a small world closed October 23 - November 9 for installation of Christmas overlay.
  • Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage is currently under construction and will open sometime in 2007.

Disney's California Adventure

  • Francis' Lady Bug Boogie closed until at least January 2007. One-month refurbishment in June/July 2006 was unexpectedly extended indicating major repair work is needed.
  • Disney's Aladdin - A Musical Spectacular dark September 11 - September 28. Rehearsal of new cast and general rehab of stage and sets.
  • Golden Dreams Theater dark September 24 - September 28. Installation of Golden Screams Halloween overlay.
  • Golden Dreams closed September 24 - October 31? For the Halloween season the film show is being replaced by a Halloween themed-production. Exact return date is not yet known.
  • California Screamin' closed October 2 - 5. Everybody was expecting a long maintenance closure so this information is suspect at this time and will most likely eventually be changed to show a multi-month closure.

Downtown Disney

  • Disney's Vault 28 under construction and expected to open October 3.

Paradise Pier Hotel

  • Yamabuki closed July 31 - September 28 for complete refurbishment.
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.

Events

If you know of any events, official or unofficial, that should be listed here, let us know.

September

  • Disneyland Half Marathon Weekend. September 15-17. For more information and registration see the official Web site (link, warning: horribly annoying embedded music)
  • Olszewski Main Street Pieces release. September 23 from 9:00 a.m. to noon (link).
  • Little Mermaid at El Capitan Theater. September 7-17. Restored edition in conjunction with DVD re-release. First screening will be accompanied by panel discussion (link).

October

  • Gay Days. October 6 - 8. Unofficial event (link).
  • Precious Moments "A World of My Own event and product release. October 7. Hard ticketed merchandise event with open sale to follow (link).
  • CHOC Walk. October 8. An annual charity walk at Disneyland to raise money for Children's Hospital Orange County (link).
  • Mickey's Halloween Treat. October 13, 20, 22, 26, 27, 29, 30, and 31 at DCA. (See Disneyland AP page for details)
  • Pirates of the Caribbean Sculpture Series. On sale October 14. Series by Walt Disney Classic Collection goes on sale at Disneyland Resort (link).
  • Nightmare Before Christmas at El Capitan Theater. October 19-31 (link).

November

  • MouseAdventure. November 5. The next edition of MousePlanet's popular in-park game. Registration to open shortly.
  • Believe Holiday Fireworks show. Beginning November 9 for daily holiday fireworks show that will run through the end of the year.
  • Lion King returns to Pantages Theater. Beginning November 16 for eight week run. Call 323-463-4367 for details and tickets. Perusal tickets are available to Annual Passholders and Disney Visa members through June 10.
  • A Christmas Fantasy parade. Beginning November 17 for daily parade that will run through the end of the year.

December

  • Candlelight Processional. December 2 and 3. Two performances each day. No other details are known at this time.

  • Current Discounts & Promotions

    Several current promotions offer discounted admission to the Disneyland Resort. For convenience sake, 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 which works best for you. And keep those tips coming ? let us know if you find a better / 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 still rarely see 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.

    Unless otherwise states, all tickets currently available for purchase must be first used by January 2, 2007. All multi-day tickets expire 13 days after first use.

    This information is pulled from many sources but much thanks must go to MousePlanet sponsor MouseSavers.com for providing the bulk of the information. If you know of any additional discounts, offers, promotions, or contests that should be listed in this section, drop us a line (link).

    One Day Park Hoper
    Regularly $79/$69

    Southern California 1?Day Park Hopper ($64/$74) ? Residents of Southern California (zip codes 90000?93599) and and northern Baja California, Mexico (Zip codes 21000?22999), can buy discounted one-day park hoppers. You can purchase up to eight tickets at a time, one order per day, and two orders in any seven-day period. Valid ID showing Zip code will be required with ticket for admission. Southern California AAA offices and Vons Supermarkets may also sell these tickets, but call ahead to confirm. Proof of residency will be required when redeeming them at Disneyland (Vons will happily sell you the ticket voucher regardless of where you are from but you still need to be an appropriate resident to use it.

    Two Day Park Hopper
    Regularly $116/$96

    AOCVCB 2-Day Bonus Ticket ($115/$95) ? The discount (from the Anaheim-Orange County Visitor & Convention Bureau) is only $1 and shipping on all orders is at least $10. Therefore you only come ahead on orders made more than 10 days in advance if you are buying more than 10 tickets (link).

    Three Day Park Hooper
    Regularly $169/$139

    Advance Purchase 3-day Park Hopper Bonus Ticket ($149/$119) ? A discounted price for advance purchase through the Internet or select dealers. Available at the Disneyland Web site (link) where shipping is included if you order more than 10 days prior to your travel date. Also available from AAA offices in Northern California, Nevada, and Utah (link). Disney Stores (California), Safeway grocery stores (California and Arizona), and certain travel agents may also sell these tickets. It is best to call and confirm before visiting a location, however. "Bonus Tickets" include one early admission day (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday).

    Southern California CityPass($199/$159) ? This pass includes a 3-Day Disneyland Resort park ticket (including one early-entry day). It also includes one day admissions to SeaWorld San Diego, Universal Studios Hollywood, and either the San Diego Zoo or San Diego Wild Animal Park. The CityPass expires 14 days after first use at any location. Purchase CityPass through the Disneyland Web site (link) or onsite at the ticket booths of Disneyland Resort or the other theme parks included in the pass. You can also purchase directly from the CityPass Web site (link) though this has a minimum $7.50 shipping charge (no shipping charge from the Disney Web site if purchased more than 10 days in advance).

    The Southern California City Pass can also be purchased online from Costco at a cost of $174.99/$139.99 (adults/child), 5% surcharge if not a Costco member and shipping fees apply. Booklets may be available for sale in some stores but varies widely. If you want to buy in person it would be best to call ahead and confirm availability. If you do buy at a Costco, you will initially purchase a large plastic container which you must trade for ticket books prior to leaving Costco!

    AOCVCB 3-Day Bonus Ticket ($146/$117) ? The discount (from the Anaheim-Orange County Visitor & Convention Bureau) is only $3 (adult) and $2 (child) and shipping on all orders is at least $10. Therefore, compared to the Disneyland Web site price, you only come about ahead on orders made more than 10 days in advance if you are buying more than 3 tickets. "Bonus Tickets" include one early admission day (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday) (link).

    Four Day Park Hopper
    Regularly $199/$169

    Advance Purchase 4?Day Park Hopper Bonus tickets ($169/$139) ? A discounted price for advance purchase through the Internet or select dealers. Available at the Disneyland Web site (link) where shipping is included if you order more than 10 days prior to your travel date. Also available from AAA offices in Northern California, Nevada, and Utah (link). Disney Stores (California), Safeway grocery stores (California and Arizona), and certain travel agents may also sell these tickets. It is best to call and confirm before visiting a location, however. "Bonus Tickets" include one early admission day (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday).

    AOCVCB 4-Day Bonus Ticket ($165/$136) ? The discount (from the Anaheim-Orange County Visitor & Convention Bureau) is $4 (adult) and $3 (child) and shipping on all orders is at least $10. Therefore, compared to the Disneyland Web site price, you only come about ahead on orders made more than 10 days in advance if you are buying more than 2 or 3 tickets. "Bonus Tickets" include one early admission day (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday) (link).

    Play 4 Days Southern California Ticket ($119 all ages 3 and up) ? This ticket is only for Southern California residents residing in Zip Codes 90000-93599 and is not available to Northern Mexico residents. It is important to note that while Costco will sell the voucher to anybody who wants to buy one, proof of Southern California residency will be required when exchanging it for the actual ticket at Disneyland. The ticket allows admission to either Disneyland or Disney's California Adventure on four separate days. The dates need not be consecutive and admission is allowed to only one park on any given day. Tickets must be first used by November 15, 2006, and expire on November 18, 2006. Call ahead to your Southern California Costco to confirm availability or order online (link), shipping fees apply as well as a 5% surcharge for non-members.

    Five Day Park Hopper
    Regularly $219/$189

    Advance Purchase 5?Day Park Hopper Bonus tickets ($179/$149) ? A discounted price for advance purchase through the Internet or select dealers. Available at the Disneyland Web site (link) where shipping is included if you order more than 10 days prior to your travel date. Also available from AAA offices in Northern California, Nevada, and Utah (link). Disney Stores (California), Safeway grocery stores (California and Arizona), and certain travel agents may also sell these tickets. It is best to call and confirm before visiting a location, however. "Bonus Tickets" include one early admission day (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday).

    AOCVCB 5-Day Bonus Ticket ($174/$145) ? The discount (from the Anaheim-Orange County Visitor & Convention Bureau) is $5 (adult) and $4 (child) and shipping on all orders is $10. Therefore, compared to the Disneyland Web site price, you only come about ahead on orders made more than 10 days in advance if you are buying more than 2 tickets. "Bonus Tickets" include one early admission day (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday) (link).

    All Tickets

    Disney Visa Application Credit $40 - &150; Currently, if you are not a Disney Visa credit card holder, you can receive an extra $40 discount when purchasing Disneyland tickets through the Disneyland Web site. When making your purchase an opportunity to apply for the credit card (and charge the purchase to the card) will be offered. If approved, the credit card will get a $40 credit when used for its first transaction.

    Annual Passes

    DVC Discount &150; Members of the Disney Vacation Club can get a $20 discount on a Deluxe or Premium Disneyland Annual pass. Good for first purchase only.

    Early Renewal Discount &150; If you renew your annual pass (either online or in person) before it expires, you will receive a 10% discount.

    Travel Packages

    4th Night Free (link). For packages booked between now and December 14, 2006, for travel that begins by December 17, 2006 if you book three consecutive nights at a Disneyland on-property hotel or one of the Good Neighbor resort-area hotels you will get a fourth night free. Packages start at $307 per person for stays at the Red Roof Inn Anaheim Maingate. Packages include one 5-day Park Hopper Bonus Ticket per person, one day of early entry, three Virtual Magic Kingdom computer game virtual rewards, one entry into Mickey's Toontown Morning Madness, preferred show seating at DCA, and Walt Disney Travel Company collectible pin and lanyard, luggage tag, and California fun book.

    2006 Resort Magic Package ? This official Disney travel package (link) is $452/per person for two adults per two-nights. The $452 price is for the Paradise Pier Hotel and goes up for Disneyland Hotel or Grand Californian Hotel. In addition to the hotel room, the package includes appropriate park hopper tickets, one early admission (early admission days are currently Mondays, Tuesday, Thursdays, and Saturdays), a virtual prize for the Virtual Magic Kingdom online game, admission to Mickey's Toontown Morning Madness (currently available Mondays, Wednesday, Fridays, and Saturdays), and Walt Disney Travel Company collectible pin and lanyard, luggage tag, and California Fun Book. Travel using this package must be booked by August 28, 2006, and completed by September 2, 2006.

    2006 Good Neighbor Magic Package ? This official Disney travel package (link) starts at $277/per person for two adults per two-nights. The $227 price is for the Jolly Roger Hotel and goes up for other Good Neighbor hotels. In addition to the hotel room, the package includes appropriate park hopper tickets, one early admission (early admission days are currently Mondays, Tuesday, Thursdays, and Saturdays), a virtual prize for the Virtual Magic Kingdom online game, admission to Mickey's Toontown Morning Madness (currently available Mondays, Wednesday, Fridays, and Saturdays), and Walt Disney Travel Company collectible pin and lanyard, luggage tag, and California Fun Book. Travel using this package must be booked by August 28, 2006, and completed by September 2, 2006.

    Costco Travel Packages ? Many different travel packages including visits to Disneyland and Disneyland hotels are available through Costco.com. When purchasing a Costco Disneyland travel package extras that will be included are: Mickey's Toontown Madness admission (currently available Mondays, Wednesday, Fridays, and Saturdays), a character breakfast per person, a $20 Disneyland Resort gift card, a collectible pin and lanyard, and a Costco luggage tag.

    Other Discounts

    Disney Visa Free-Stroller Rental

    ? If you have a Disney Visa card you can rent up to two strollers for free at either Disneyland or Disney's California Adventure.

    Rainforest Cafe Safari Club ? Membership in the Rainforest Cafe gets you a 10% discount on entrees for up to four people. It also gets you priority seating if available. Additionally, after signing up, your membership card will be mailed to you and be accompanied by a $10 award good for your next visit to a Rainforest Cafe. So if you know you will be eating there while at Disneyland and have a Rainforest Cafe local to you, it may make sense to prejoin the Safari Club so that you can use the award during your trip. See the Rainforest Cafe Web site for details (link).

    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% 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 2-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)

    AAA Restaurant Discounts ? AAA (American Automobile Association) members can receive a 10% discount (excluding alcohol) at Plaza Inn, Wine Country Trattoria Ariel's Grotto, PCH Grill, and Goofy's Kitchen.


    Park Schedule/Blockout Dates

    DL: Disneyland
    DCA: Disney's California Adventure
    Annual Pass blockout dates:

    • SL ? Southern California Select Annual Pass
    • SC ? Southern California Annual Pass
    • DX ? Deluxe Annual Pass
    Sun Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat
    9/18 9/19 9/20 9/21 9/22 9/23

    DL: 10a?8p
    DCA: 10a?6p

    DL: 10a?8p
    DCA: 10a?6p

    DL: 10a?8p
    DCA: 10a?6p

    DL: 10a?8p
    DCA: 10a?6p

    DL: 9a?10p
    DCA: 10a?8p

    DL: 9a?Mid
    DCA: 10a?9p
    SL/SC

    9/24 9/25 9/26 9/27 9/28 9/29 9/30

    DL: 9a?10p
    DCA: 10a?8p
    SL

    DL: 10a?8p
    DCA: 10a?6p

    DL: 10a?8p
    DCA: 10a?6p

    DL: 10a?8p
    DCA: 10a?6p

    DL: 10a?8p
    DCA: 10a?6p

    DL: 9a?10p
    DCA: 10a?8p

    DL: 9a?Mid
    DCA: 10a?9p
    SL/SC

    10/1 10/2 10/3 10/4 10/5 10/6 10/7

    DL: 10a?Mid
    DCA: 10a?9p
    SL

    DL: 10a?8p
    DCA: 10a?6p

    DL: 10a-8p
    DCA: 10a?6p

    DL: 10a-8p
    DCA: 10a?6p

    DL: 10a-8p
    DCA: 10a?6p

    DL: 9a?10p
    DCA: 10a?8p

    DL: 10a?Mid
    DCA: 10a?9p
    SL/SC

    Visit our Annual Passholders Blockout Dates 2006 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.

    Entertainment schedule: Go directly to the Disneyland Resort schedule for this week at Disneyland.com here.




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