Galactic Gateway Stage Gets New Color Scheme as Refurbishment Continues in Magic Kingdom

Toni Ferrigno

The Galactic Gateway Stage with a large blank screen, surrounded by lights and speakers. Tall green shrubs in planters are positioned in front of the stage.

Galactic Gateway Stage Gets New Color Scheme as Refurbishment Continues in Magic Kingdom

The Galactic Gateway stage is undergoing a refurbishment, with a new color scheme beginning to take over.

Galactic Gateway Stage Refurbishment

The Galactic Gateway Stage with a large screen and lighting equipment stands under a partly cloudy sky, surrounded by bushes and benches.

Rolling planters remain around the Galactic Gateway stage, also called the Rockettower Plaza Stage, as refurbishment on the structure continues. Over the past three month, we’ve seen new paint going up on both the main stage and the tech booth that faces the stage. So far, the change marks a shift in color scheme, with the former mint green that was paired with futuristic silvers and grays changed to shades of blue.

The Galactic Gateway Stage with a large blank screen, surrounded by lights and speakers. Tall green shrubs in planters are positioned in front of the stage.

In the latest update, the four shutters at the front of the stage have been repainted. They were formerly dark blue, with a lighter shade of blue in the slats, but are now a shade of gold.

A vertical blue and yellow striped panel is partially obscured by green plants, set against a background with blue and white geometric elements.

This is likely not the final product, as the paint on the shutters is still patchy.

A large blank rectangular screen is mounted on a white and blue building. To the right of the screen, there are three black industrial lamps attached to the structure.

The rest of the front of the building has been stripped of its former paint job, which was white, with a dark blue stripe going up from the exterior shutters on each side.

A blue and white stage structure with large speakers, a central digital screen, and green plants in the foreground.

The sides of exterior of the stage have been painted two different shades of blue. The area that is now light blue used to be white, while the dark blue sections were two different shades of green.

View of a modern building with a blue and white color scheme, featuring geometric shapes and circular windows. The foreground includes trees and foliage, with a clear sky above.

The color scheme continues on the back, with white and two different shades of blue paint. The stage has been home to meet and greets, dance parties, and stage shows in the past. It is located in between the Tomorrowland Joffrey’s Revive stand and Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress.

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