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“A Touch of Disney” Tickets at Disney California Adventure Sold Out, More Might Be Released on Rolling Basis

The first batch of tickets for “A Touch of Disney”, the dining and shopping event coming to Disney California Adventure this month, is now sold out. However, more tickets will be made available on a rolling basis until the experience ends, provided the final event is not April 19th.

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Tickets went on sale Thursday, but due to overwhelming demand, there were many technical difficulties. Disney released two more weeks of tickets, which sold out within a few hours.

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Guests attempting to buy tickets for the event are now met with a message that the queue has closed. However, further dates, ticket availability, and prices for the “A Touch of Disney” experience will be released on a rolling basis until the limited-time experience ends.

The original event was scheduled to run from March 18th until April 5th, 2021. The event will now run through April 19th, 2021 thanks to the addition of two weeks from the high demand for the experience.

Did you get a ticket? Let us know in the comments.

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Claudia Perez
Claudia Perez
4 months ago

The day of the ticket sale I wanted 5 1/2 hrs so when it said 12 min seconds after it said queue has closed. WTF 😒 I was extremely upset I waited so long for nothing disappointing.

Denise Jarrett
Denise Jarrett
4 months ago

Yes, I did get a ticket

Indy
Indy
4 months ago

With the possibility that Disneyland can reopen in April I’m surprised they would sell tickets for as late as mid-April. I would not expect to see tickets for later in April released until they know they can’t reopen in April, and that would depend on case rates based on the new guidelines. As a comparison, San Diego is expected to move into Red Tier in April, allowing theme parks here to open at reduced capacity. So Orange County is likely to be only a few weeks behind that

Sunny
Sunny
4 months ago

Yes 🙌🏼 Waited 5hrs

Lambchopfever
Lambchopfever
4 months ago

We got our tickets after waiting for six hours but we had our phone app open and our laptop open and we were able to get tickets. You have to keep refreshing your laptop to get updates but you won’t lose your space in line. You also have 10 min to purchase tickets right when they let you in. If you don’t checkout within the 10 mins you will get locked out and will have to get in line again. They are featuring menu items from the park but only a few items and I believe there will be several… Read more »

Last edited 4 months ago by Lambchopfever
Maria
Maria
4 months ago

Yes! I got tickets after waiting in the queue from about 10ish to 4pm. Well worth the wait 👍🏻

Last edited 4 months ago by Maria
Uriel Morales
Uriel Morales
4 months ago

Yes!!! I got tickets! Very excited!