I wasn’t going to post this video because the Sound Quality is a bit poor. But with the path Limited Time Magic is taking, I think it’s time to share. The interview is with Scott Cassidy, Senior Vice President, Global Alliance Marketing at Disney Parks… Read More »Limited Time Magic – Interview with Scott Cassidy of Disney Marketing
Over at Disneyland there are two on-going Limited Time Magic events. The Salute to the Golden Horseshoe Revue continues as does Bayou Bash. I’ve been reading reviews of the Horseshoe tribute and they’re almost uniformly positive with great things to say about the performers. If anything guests want to see more, which I think is a good sign for bringing back a show like Golden Horseshoe Revue… even if it’s a twice a night show with a prix fix menu like they did for the AP dinners.
You can tell the revival is a thing of love. It also includes some direct ties to the original show:
On the east coast we’re getting our third unique limited time magic opportunity. This time it’s one of the per-announced events. For one week, January 21–27, guests will want to keep their cameras ready for the chance to meet rarely seen classic characters like Clarabelle Cow and Horace Horsecollar, Robin Hood and Friar Tuck. Also on tap for appearances are the Three Little Pigs.
If you’re in the parks watch #LimitedTimeMagic on Twitter for the latest updates.
“What are you waiting for?” “I don’t know, something amazing, I guess.” – The Incredibles. It’s week two of the 2013 Disney Parks promotion Limited Time Magic. At Disneyland the Golden Horseshoe Revue tribute continues through the 2nd week, but the third week will see… Read More »Limited Time Magic – Week 2
Disney Parks built a 25 foot tall castle out of ice and let it melt away in the middle of Times Square to drive home the point of it’s new promotion Limited Time Magic. We’ve compiled this video of the castle under construction along with… Read More »Ice Castle Appears in Times Square for Limited Time Courtesy Disney Parks
Disney Parks and Resorts is out with their next major promotion. The focus is on presenting something new, exciting, and magical each week to reinforce the idea that you must travel to a Disney park now while you can still make family memories that last a lifetime. We looked at a few of the Commercials earlier, but here is the full press release:
Guests will find an extra sprinkle of pixie dust each week when they visit Walt Disney World and Disneyland resorts next year, Disney officials announced today.
While 2013 is already a momentous year for Disney Parks –with New Fantasyland as the largest expansion in Magic Kingdom history at Walt Disney World Resort and the first full year of a reimagined Disney California Adventure at Disneyland Resort – Disney today unveiled Limited Time Magic: 52 weeks of magical experiences big and small that appear, then disappear as the next special surprise debuts.
Walt Disney World is attempting to drive up a little virtual excitement for New Fantasyland via a new micro-site. The site claims there is a curse preventing all the information about the new land from being revealed and a hero is needed to remove the… Read More »New Fantasyland Minisite Hides Mystery
Disney’s next animated feature takes place in the world of video games when Wreck-it Ralph decides to leave his game, Fix It Felix Jr., and explore other games. But did you know you can now play Fix It Felix Jr.? Yep, just head over to… Read More »Play Fix It Felix Jr Video Game from Wreck-it Ralph
There are plenty of Disneyland events that longtime Disney theme parks fans remember fondly (no, the Light Magic ‘premier’ isn’t one of them). One of the most talked about events, even today, is the 60-hour event for the 1987 opening of Star Tours at Disneyland.… Read More »Leap Year Brings Return of Fan Favorite 24-hour Day to Disneyland and Magic Kingdom