PHOTOS: Light-Up TRON Lightcycle Run Circuit Walls Become Solid Black at Magic Kingdom

Shannen Ace

PHOTOS: Light-Up TRON Lightcycle Run Circuit Walls Become Solid Black at Magic Kingdom

Shannen Ace

PHOTOS: Light-Up TRON Lightcycle Run Circuit Walls Become Solid Black at Magic Kingdom

The light-up circuit-inspired walls of the TRON Lightcycle Run queue at Magic Kingdom have been made solid black.

TRON Lightcycle Run Queue

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The walls were around guests immediately upon entering the show building, after passing the giant digitizer that transports you into The Grid, and before reaching the pre-show area.

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The lines of circuits on the walls would pulse and flash blue as guests were “digitized.”

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The above photos are what the walls used to look like. Below is what they look like now.

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They are now solid, un-themed, non-light-up black, illuminated by standard overhead lights.

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A Cast Member told us that crews were working on the light-up walls in both the standard and Lightning Lane sides of the queue to fix them, and they will return at some point. However, there is no timeframe for how long this repair will take.

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See the pulsing lights of the original walls about four minutes into our video below.

Check out the full TRON Lightcycle Run experience.

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