Staff member Jason Diffendal of WDWCelebrations.com has provided us with some very interesting pictures from around WDW during his latest trip. Let’s take a look at a few newsworthy items:
Starting at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, the new Night of Joy event logo has taken over the entrance billboard. I really like the new logo, something about those colors…
The stage in front of the Sorcerer’s Hat is almost ready for the Night(s) of Joy.
While the temporary stage is set, High School Musical 2: School’s Out will be performing on the Streets of America. This shows final performance is going to be September 13th, with the updated High School Musical 3: Right Here! Right Now! show to debut on October 24th.
Work on something continues at the end of Sunset Blvd.
Mouse About Town, Once Upon a Time, and Sunset Club Couture (Sunset Blvd. Shops) have all closed to be refurbished and change over to selling just clothing. This is a horrible decision, which moves the watchmaker into the Art of Disney over in the Animation Courtyard and leaves the park with more limited options when it comes to collectibles and home goods. It appears the restrooms next door are also closed at this time.
Moving over to Epcot, wait times make the off-season seem a little more off this year.
“These wait times look so good, I want one!”
Food and Wine Festival preparation outside the American Adventure
The Morocco gallery is closed while a new exhibit is added. The new exhibit will open on September 25.
Epcot rushing together the International Food & Wine Festival, which begins September 26.
Exterior work continues on the United Kingdom pavilion.
Moving over to the Magic Kingdom, work continues on the Liberty Bell in Liberty Square
Work on the Fantasyland facades continues, now expanded onto Tinker Bell’s Treasures
Even though the new Liberty Square bridge is complete, work continues in the waters below it.
More columns around Main Street U.S.A. are being painted. Wonder how many average guests even noticed this one…
Even the napkins are getting into the Halloween spirit this year.
We end this special report with a Halloween cup you could get next time you buy a Coke at WDW. Thanks for the report Jason!