Disney’s D23 arrives in Anaheim in September – here’s how to get tickets – San Bernardino Sun

Tickets go on sale next week for the huge Disney fan convention called D23, which is scheduled to be held in Anaheim from September 9 to September 11. Highlights of this year will include the launch of the company’s 100th anniversary and also the opportunity to see the Walt Disney company plane, which will be flown to Southern California from Florida for the occasion.

This year, everyone must be a member of D23 to buy tickets, however Basic membership level is free above D23.com. The three-day event is scheduled to take place at the Anaheim Convention Center, across from Disneyland Resort. Held every two years, the event attracts tens of thousands of fans from all over, some of whom stand in line all night to view the exhibits and buy specials. The event has been postponed from 2021 due to concerns about COVID-19.

Dubbed “Mickey Mouse One,” the Walt Disney company’s plane, a Grumman Gulfstream, will be on display at D23 in Anaheim in September. It’s currently located in Florida. (Courtesy of Disney)

“At this point, this will be a live event,” D23 Director Michael Vargo said Thursday, adding that there will also be a live stream on the site. Organizers will continue to assess health and safety issues as the year progresses, he said.

Here are the details about this year’s conference:

  • Get tickets: Fans with a gold membership can purchase tickets starting at noon Pacific Time on Wednesday, January 19, and other members can start purchasing on January 20. Due to a partnership with Visa, any D23 member can purchase a limited number of tickets starting at 10 a.m. Wednesday, if they use a Visa card. Limited. Adult day tickets will cost $89 for Gold members, $99 for regular members. A 3-day pass will cost $229 or $279. (A single Gold membership costs $99.99 annually, $129.99 for both). A 3-day pass with priority seating for special events costs $899.99.
  • What’s up: The exhibit is expected to contain more than 50 special events, including shows, presentations, and panels, as well as a Disney Archives exhibit that gives a taste of the historic show’s 100th anniversary. The company’s major establishment, slated to launch next year.
  • What is happening: The convention will include a mix of Disney acquisitions including Pixar, Marvel and Star Wars, showcasing new and upcoming projects from parks, television, film, music and more.
  • Walt’s Plane: A highlight will certainly be the chance to see Walt Disney’s Grumman Gulfstream company plane, which is stowed backstage in Florida. In partnership with Amazon, Disney plans to restore the plane and have it ready for viewing in September, but it will be shipped to California instead of flying, officials said.
  • Competition: The costume contest, Mousequerade, will have a top prize of $2,300 this year. Those wishing to participate in the contest need to submit their online application by April 1. The finalists for the live contest will be notified by April 29.
  • Stages: There are plans for five performance venues, from the main hall live stage, the 1,200-seat Backlot stage, the 700-seat Walt Disney Archives presentation stage, the 3,000-seat Premiere stage, and the 7,000-seat D23 Hall. .

For more information, visit D23.com

Houma Atsushi dressed as a Partner statue stands in front of Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland during Expo D23 in Anaheim in 2019. (Photo by Jeff Gritchen, Orange County Register/SCNG)

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