RUMOR: Black Spire Day, Harvest Festival, and Life Day Seasonal Celebrations Coming to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland, Disney World

If you happened to snag a copy of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge – Traveler’s Guide to Batuu, you might’ve noticed that the book goes into detail about the in-park experience and what we might even see come to Batuu over time. This primarily took form in the details of three “local holidays” titled: Black Spire Day, Harvest Festival, and Life Day. It is now rumored that these events could be coming to Disneyland and Walt Disney World!

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Black Spire Day

Black Spire Day would celebrate the founding of Black Spire Outpost and take place on May 4th.

Batuuan Harvest Festival

Celebrating the natural resource that grows on Batuu, golden lichen, Black Spire Outpost would become adorned in golden decorations. It’s also known in the Star Wars lore that Oga Garra tends to hoard this resource and use it in her dishes and drinks served at her cantina.

This event would coincide with the Halloween festivities that Disney Parks are known for and provide seasonal decorations and unique food and beverage offerings.

Life Day

In the 1978 Star Wars Holiday Special, we learned how those in the Star Wars universe celebrated the season with “Life Day,” which is a traditional Wookiee holiday. This occasion would now be celebrated at the parks during our regular holiday season.

While none of these events are confirmed, it is suspicious that they would be randomly added to the book. Personally, I’d love to celebrate Life Day with Chewbacca! Which of these events sounds the most exciting to you? Make sure to follow along with us at WDWNT as continue to update this story with more details as we learn them.

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1 year ago

lol if they do this, ill have to make up more excuses to go see the family in California three times a year….