Colorful New Disneyland Resort Cast Member Nametag Design Revealed

Brit Tuttle

The Cast Member nametags at Disneyland Resort are getting an upgrade, with an all-new design making its debut.

New Disneyland Cast Member Nametags

The 2024-2025 Disneyland Resort Ambassadors hold up their new Cast Member name tags.

In an update shared by Disneyland Resort President Ken Potrock on the Disney Parks Blog, the new design for the Cast Member nametags was revealed. According to him, this new design is “colorful and bright to represent [Disneyland’s] optimism for the future.”

When asked about inspiration for our new nametag, I immediately thought of our DisneylandForward initiative and the desire to bring new stories, entertainment and experiences to our fans. It’s a special time as we dream about what the next decades could bring to The Happiest Place on Earth, and the team did an amazing job representing our optimism in this new design.  

Ken Potrock, President of Disneyland Resort
Concept art of the new design for the Disneyland Resort Cast Member name tags.

The nametag uses bright colors to stand out against its white background, and includes colorful art of Sleeping Beauty Castle and the Pixar Pal-A-Round to represent both Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure. A multicolored array of sparkling stars lines the edges of the nametag, as well. The new look was crafted by the resort’s costume design & development team.


An artist conceptual rendering for the DisneylandForward project.

First introduced in 2021, DisneylandForward is Disney’s effort to collaborate with the City of Anaheim to help grow the Disneyland Resort following the COVID-19 pandemic. Disney is asking the city to consider (and approve) plans to add a mixture of theme park, retail, hotel, dining, and entertainment to the eastern and western edges of the current Disneyland Resort footprint.

The plans, while not a guarantee for the end product, are designed to get zoning approvals from the city for multiple uses — like a potential third gate, a new parking structure, or a Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover-like “Ride Crossing” system. For now, the theorized concepts are simply concepts; even if rezoning efforts are successful, these ideas may not reflect what is ultimately built.

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