Join WDWNT as we celebrate 30 years of Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Pleasure Island, Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon, Delta Dreamflight, Wonders of Life, and more! “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.
Tickets are also now on sale for “The Hollywood That Was – Stories from the Making of the Studios”, a private lunch, exhibition, and presentation event at Stage 89, on Sunday, April 28th.
Enjoy stories from the creation of favorite attractions and shows at the Disney-MGM Studios and Pleasure Island from those who created the magic! This event includes the following panels and presentations:
- “Backstage Pass” with former Imagineer Brian Collins
- “Special Effects Workshop” with former Imagineers Jack Gillett and James Mulder
- “Star Conversation” with former executive vice president of Walt Disney Entertainment Ron Logan
The event also includes:
- Special catered lunch with iconic Studios treats!
- NEW – Disney character appearances!
- Displays filled with rare park props, merchandise, and more from the past!
Now, we’re giving you guys the opportunity to win a pair of tickets to this amazing event! That’s right, two lucky winners from each of these two social media channels (and their plus ones) will get to attend for free.
Here’s how to enter:
1.) Follow Walt Disney World News Today on Instagram (@wdwnt) and Twitter (@WDWNT)
2.) On Twitter, like and retweet the post about the giveaway (linked below)
3.) On Instagram, like the giveaway post and tag a friend in a comment
Hurry to enter! The giveaway contest ends at 7:00 PM (yeah, 7:00 PM EST) this Saturday, April 20th!
Win tickets to “The Hollywood That Was” at #Stage89! Just follow, retweet and like this tweet for a chance to win 2 tickets!
-Panels w/former Imagineers
-30th Anniversary Exhibit
More info can be found here:https://t.co/n19k64SXez pic.twitter.com/7x5LAcfIKD
— WDW News Today (@WDWNT) April 18, 2019
Good luck… and we’ll see you at the movies!