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Take 5: Get ‘Mad’ About Mad T Party at Disney California Adventure Park

posted on June 9th, 2012 by Thomas Smith, Social Media Director, Disney Parks


Mad T Party at Disney California Adventure Park

In just a few days you’ll finally be able to make your way down the Rabbit Hole to discover Mad T Party at Disney California Adventure park, where you’ll enter a fantastical new world featuring an assortment of joyfulutionary entertainment. To get you ready for all the fun it has to offer, we’re sharing another look at what awaits guests on June 15.

Take 5: Get ‘Mad’ About Mad T Party

  1. It’s Almost ‘T’ Time at Disney California Adventure Park! – From the Mad T Party Band to the Hatters, here’s a look at the wild and wonderful cast of characters you’ll see when the party officially begins.
  2. Classic Arcade-Style Games Get a ‘Mad’ Twist at Disney California Adventure Park – What would a party be without a place for splendiful games and celebratiousness for the whole family? Well, The Mad T Party offers the perfect place … the Mad Arcade!
  3. Down the Rabbit Hole … The Mad T Party Awaits at Disney California Adventure Park! – To get to the Mad T Party you must first make your way down the Rabbit Hole, a magical, mystical passageway unlike any other.
  4. Crashing the Mad T Party at Disney California Adventure Park – In this video sneak peek through the looking-glass at the new Mad T Party, we offered a look at the eclectic entertainment that will soon be offered nightly in Hollywood Land.
  5. The Mad T Party Has Built an Amazing House of Cards! – A house has been built just inside the Rabbit Hole and just beyond the main stage of the Mad T Party – a House of Cards, that is!
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2 Comments

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Sarah on June 11th, 2012 at 12:00 am

I am so excited to see this, but I am still disappointed that I missed ElecTRONica! I’ve heard murmurs that Flynn’s Arcade might make a more permanent comeback, even if the rest of the experience remains changed… Any truth to that? I know a lot of fans would be happy to see that theming in a Disneyland resort arcade!

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Craig on June 12th, 2012 at 12:40 am

Hi Tom, I know this is way off topic, but it would be nice if Disney/Disney Parks Blog had a Google+ page. It would be awesome to be able to read posts from there!

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