2017 D23 Expo tickets go on sale next week

Mickey Mouse D23 Expo

It’s not too early to make plans to be at the 2017 D23 Expo which takes place July 14-16 at the Anaheim Convention Center across the street from Disneyland. Tickets will officially go on sale on July 14th, one year in advance of the largest Disney fan event in the world, D23 Expo celebrates all the wonderful worlds of Disney entertainment, uniting all parts of The Walt Disney Company under one roof, including The Walt Disney Studios (including Marvel, Pixar, and Lucasfilm); Walt Disney Parks and Resorts; Disney Consumer Products and Interactive Media; and Media Networks (including ABC, Disney Channel, and Radio Disney). D23 Expo 2017 marks the fifth biennial event held in Anaheim.

Once again the Expo will celebrate the past, present, and future of Disney with live events, celebrity appearances, panels, presentations, sneak peeks, and immersive experiences. D23 Expo 2017 marks the return of fan favorites, including the Disney Legends Awards Ceremony, honoring the talented men and women who have made indelible contributions to the Disney legacy; an exhibit from the Walt Disney Archives, which spotlights costumes, props, and set pieces from Disney’s rich history; and the Mousequerade costume contest.

Tickets for D23 Expo 2017 will be available at a discounted price for a limited time. From July 14–December 31, 2016, tickets are $67 for a one-day adult admission and $46 for children 3–12. Tickets for members of D23: The Official Disney Fan Club are $57 for a one-day adult admission and $41 for children. Multi-day money-saving tickets are also available. D23 Members can save as much as $296 off the price of admission, based on the purchase of four three-day tickets at the D23 Member rate. For more information on tickets and the ticket pricing structure for members and general admission, visit D23Expo.com.

To celebrate the launch of ticket sales, D23 will be streaming select presentations from D23 Expo 2015 at D23Expo.com from Wednesday, July 13, through Sunday, July 17. Presentations include “Once Upon a Time: An Evening with Snow White & the Evil Queen” (featuring Ginnifer Goodwin and Lana Parilla), “A Goofy Movie 20th Anniversary Celebration!” (including stars Bill Farmer, Jason Marsden, and Jim Cummings), “Disneyland: Fond Memories of the Past” (with Walt Disney Archives Director Becky Cline), and “In Conversation with the Filmmakers and the Emotions Behind Inside Out” (featuring Pete Docter, Jonas Rivera, and a special appearance by Sadness herself, Phyllis Smith).

D23 Expo 2017 will showcase all of the latest stars in the Disney universe. In 2015, celebrity appearances included Johnny Depp, Harrison Ford, Ellen DeGeneres, Chris Evans, Lupita Nyong’o, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, and Dwayne Johnson. The event also featured performances by Ne-Yo, Sabrina Carpenter, the cast of Teen Beach 2, and stars of Disney’s shows on Broadway. Additionally, Disney executives and creative talent came together to deliver special presentations, announcements, and experiences to Disney fans throughout the three-day extravaganza.

If you’ve attended in the past, what changes would you like to see to make the event more guest friendly?

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5 thoughts on “2017 D23 Expo tickets go on sale next week

  1. Tony C

    For $30 more, you can just go across the street and spend the day at the Real Disneyland!

  2. Christy Zemler

    Would love to see a dedicated Mothers Room/pumping and nursing room. Last Expo this was supposedly the nurses station, but I was turned away and was told this happened to multiple mothers who were left scrambling to find somewhere to pump. A private room with plugs and couches or chairs is all you need!

  3. Molly

    The main issue has always been crowd control. Somehow this is done well in the park, but horribly in the expo. Just pass out wristbands and let it be first come, first served. Way too many times I see 1-2 people holding spots for 10 and the people that have been waiting hours then don’t get in. People cut the lines and staff sees but doesn’t say anything.

  4. Barbara

    Year after year this is held in Calif. leaving those of us on the east coast with nothing. And then they wonder why I refuse to join D23????? And pay big bucks for what exactly????I have asked…for years…for one to be held at the Javits Center or Madison Square Garden in NYC…..but I guess we don’t count????

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