PHOTO REPORT: Disney California Park 9/28/19 (Halloween Character Greetings, Average Wait Times, New FuelRod Signage, and More!)

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As the weekend rolls around and the weather cools off, we see Disneyland Resort becoming quite crowded. While crowds were high at Disney California Adventure, most wait times remained relatively normal. Characters and shows seemed to draw people in more than attractions.

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Walkways were full around 6 p.m.
grizzly river run
Although temperatures are dropping, the rafts on Grizzly River Run are still full.

New Halloween Outfits for Mickey and Friends

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Mickey shows his new bat cape.

Minnie and mickey halloween

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Minnie stops by to say hello in her new Halloween dress.
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Daisy was the only other character that was out in her Halloween outfit.

Fuel Rod Update

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In our last update, you could see that some of the fuel rod stations around Disneyland Resort still showed free swapping. The station in Pixar Pier now shows “Swappable.”

Pixarmonic Band Showtimes Removed

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Showtimes removed for the Pixarmonic Orchestra.
Joy
Joy still meets with guest on the stage.

Wait Times at Disney California Adventure

radiator springs racers
55 minutes for Radiator Springs Racers, an average wait time for this attraction. Single rider line was empty.
Toy story midway
Toy Story Midway Mania also held an average time, at 45 minutes.
emotional whirlwind
The Inside-Out Emotional Whirlwind is still popular with guests since the opening almost 2 months ago. It was a 30-minute wait.

Plaza de la Familia

The Coco-themed area was full of people eating, taking pictures, and watching live entertainment today.
Mexican show
The “Love is Eternal” mariachi show played around 7:00 PM today and entertained many guests eating.

Halloween events have brought many people back into Disney California Adventure. Wait times remained normal, and there were many new things to see and do!

Stay tuned for the next Disney California Adventure photo report as we continue checking in on all the latest offerings and changes!

About the author

Katy Dunn

Katy is from Chicago, but moved to Southern California to end her long distance relationship with Disneyland. She has been visiting the Disney parks since age 1 and became involved with the Disney community over the past few years. You can contact Katy at [email protected]

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