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New Disneyland Princess Character Breakfast & Other Disney News This Week

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Last Updated on February 25, 2019 by Allyson

Every week I gather the latest news from Walt Disney World, Disneyland Resort, and other Disney parks to help you keep up with all of the changes. Here is the most recent Disney news for the week of Jan. 28-Feb. 3, 2019:

1. New Disney Princess Breakfast Adventures At Disneyland

Beginning this spring on March 30 at Napa Rose restaurant in Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa, you’ll be able to enjoy a brand new princess character dining experience. The Disney Princess Breakfast Adventures offers a three-course breakfast with activities, story time, princess portrait moments with the likes of Belle, Ariel, Jasmine, and Tiana and a goodie bag to take home. It costs $125 for both adult and children (ages 3-9) minus tax and gratuity. Reservations are now available for booking.

2. New After Hours Events For WDW AP’s

Two new V.I.PASSHOLDER Nights after hours events (thanks to EarToEarMagic.com for sharing!) were announced this week for Disney World Annual Platinum Plus Passholders. I’m not sure if both events have filled up yet, but just in case, here’s the information if you want to attend. Take note: you must register and AP’s can only attend one of the following events due to limited capacity.

Magic Kingdom Park:
-Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2019 from 10 p.m. to 12. a.m.
-Enjoy access to more than 25 attractions, in addition to character greetings.

-Thursday, March 21, 2019 from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m.
-Access to select Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival marketplaces, in addition to attractions and character greetings.

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Walt Disney World Annual Passholders! Quick! Check your inbox for an email from Disney Destinations for info and registration tow upcoming V.I.Passholder Events. Registration is limited and spots will fill quickly so go look and register now! Tag and share with your Disney World AP Friends so they can register as well! If you are able to register for one of the two events (only one allowed per AP), let us know in the comments which one you registered for! Special shoutout to @disneylover219 for the heads up to check our own inbox! ❤️✨ #wdwap #annualpassholder #vipassholder #vipassholdernights #vipassholderevents #passholderlife #passholderlifestyle #waltdisneyworld #disneyworld #disneyparks #epcot #magickingdom #instadisney #disneygram #igdisney #disneyig #eartoearmagic #nowmorethanever

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3. Don’t Miss These Fun Magic Shots At Hollywood Studios

Disney’s Hollywood Studios has some new Magic Shots you don’t want to miss at The Incredibles Celebration at Pixar Place (through Sept. 30, 2019) and with Mike & Sulley at Walt Disney Presents. Click here to see what kind of fun photos you can take!

4. The Lion King & Jungle Festival Coming To Disneyland Paris

This summer at Disneyland Paris, guests can enjoy The Lion King & Jungle Festival from June 30 to Sept. 22. The festival will feature exclusive and interactive experiences themed to the African savanna and the Indian jungle, including:

The Lion King Rhythms of the Pride Lands: Enjoy renditions of “Circle of Life,” “I Just Can’t Wait to be King,” “Can You Feel the Love Tonight,” and “Hakuna Matata.” The show also includes singers, dancers, acrobats, and original choreography and costumes. Themed-merchandise will also be available throughout the park. During the weekend, the show will even be interpreted in French sign language.

The Jungle Book Jive: Featuring Baloo, King Louie, Mickey Mouse, and friends, the show invites guests on a trip through the Indian jungle.  It will proceed from every side of Disneyland Park and will include classic songs, like “The Bare Necessities” and “I Wan’na Be Like You.”

New “Djembe Joy” Village: The village will be dedicated to both The Lion King and The Jungle Book, where park goers can meet and hang with Rafiki, King Louie, Timon, and Pumbaa, in addition to other surprises.

Click here to check out the festival in more detail.

5. White Water Snacks Reopens With New Menu

White Water Snacks at Disneyland’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa is officially reopened with a brand new menu — and mobile ordering! Head on over to Disney Parks Blog to check out photos and descriptions of all the new dishes.

6. Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto-Inspired Merchandise

As you can see below, a new Trader’s Sam Grog Grotto-themed dress and bag is now available for purchase at the Dress Shop at Marketplace Co-Op in Disney Springs. Who’s going to buy both of these, stat?

7. D-Lish Donut Ears Have Arrived At WDW

If you haven’t heard, the D-Lish Donut ears have finally arrived at Disney World resort. Now you can wear some cute donut ears while eating one of Joffrey’s famous massive and delicious donuts!

8. Don’t Miss Out On These Pandora Charms 

Here is even more Disney merchandise. New Pandora Rose Headband and Coach charms are now available for purchase at Ever After Jewelry Co. & Accessories at Disney Springs.

9. Mobile Ordering Gets A Fresh Update

Mobile ordering will look different the next time you log onto the Disneyland App. The feature has an enhanced look that is said to make mobile ordering easier with updated navigation and improved design. Plus, researching and ordering food will be easier for anyone with  allergies or dietary restrictions. The update is currently only available in the Disneyland App, but is coming soon to Disney World’s My Disney Experience App.

That’s it for Disney news from this past week. I’ll continue to collect park updates, so be sure to keep your eyes open for my weekly news post!


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