Bard, a metallic structure with a cylindrical base and an antenna-like top is situated against a rocky, natural backdrop. Tubes and other mechanical features are visible around the structure.

PHOTOS: Bard Droid Debuts in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland Resort

Toni Ferrigno

We spotted Bard on his first day on Batuu at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.

Visitors at a theme park walk near a large starship replica and towering rock formations, set against a backdrop of blue sky with some clouds.

Bard, Tohan Lege’s droid takes his place on a platform above the Black Spire Outpost Spaceport. You can find him to the right of the Millennium Falcon.

A detailed structure resembling a space-themed outpost built into a rocky terrain, featuring various futuristic elements, Bard the droid and metallic components under a clear blue sky.

Bard has been added as part of the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge fireworks show, “Fire of the Rising Moons.” The modified R1-series droid has been included, though not physically seen, in the introduction of the show since its inception.

Bard, a metallic structure with a cylindrical base and an antenna-like top is situated against a rocky, natural backdrop. Tubes and other mechanical features are visible around the structure.

Beginning May 24, Bard will be there to help to present the show. “Fire of the Rising Moons” is an alternate viewing option of the Disneyland Parks fireworks. It began during Season of the Force, but will continue on after the event ends on June 2. It features John Williams’ iconic “Star Wars” score and can be viewed from Black Spire Spaceport and the TIE Echelon docking platform near First Order Cargo and the speeder garage near Droid Depot. You can watch the show (prior to the addition of Bard) below:

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