WDWNT & WDWCelebrations Announce “Stage 89: An Unofficial Celebration of All Things 1989 at Walt Disney World”, April 27th-May 1st, 2019
Celebrate 30 years of Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Pleasure Island, Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon water park, Delta Dreamflight, the Wonders of Life, and more with WDWNT.com and WDWCelebrations at our biggest event yet…
“Stage 89: An Unofficial Celebration of All Things 1989 at Walt Disney World” will take you back to a time where you could take an amazing journey into the movies, fly through the history of air travel, learn to surf without an ocean in sight, or maybe even celebrate New Year’s Eve every night.
WDW News Today and WDWCelebrations have been presenting events for fans of Disney Parks for over 10 years now, but Stage 89 will mark their very first true collaboration. WDWCelebrations event favorites including a new interactive game, group rides and shows, and group meals, will be featured throughout the schedule for Stage 89, with the event culminating in a commemorative celebration of the 30th Anniversary of Disney’s Hollywood Studios on May 1st, 2019. The event will also feature a number of once-in-a-lifetime ticketed experiences that will allow you to see theme parks, nightlife venues, and more like never before.
WDWCelebrations Co-Founder Jason Diffendal explains, “After eleven years of WDWCelebrations at the Walt Disney World Resort, we’re proud to co-host what will be the largest event in our history, in partnership with our friends at WDWNT. We look forward to coordinating several exciting new offerings for this unique event that we believe will surprise and delight our guests in ways we’ve not yet explored!”
WDW News Today Founder Tom Corless formally announced Stage 89 at WDWNT’s Hollywood Studios Appreciation Day event on May 5th.
General registration for Stage 89 will open this summer, while tickets for special add-on events will go on sale this fall. All event-related information will be posted at our dedicated event website, Stage89.com. A portion of the event registration fees will go to the WDWCelebrations Charity Initiative, supporting Give Kids the World.