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Enter for a Chance to win Disney•Pixar’s Ultimate Lightning McQueen Racer to Celebrate ‘The Music of Pixar LIVE!’

Thomas Smith

by , Editorial Content Director, Disney Experiences

Update: This contest is now closed.

As you just heard during tonight’s #DisneyParksLIVE coverage of “The Music of Pixar LIVE! A Symphony of Characters” blog event at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, we’re offering readers a chance to win a special Disney•Pixar Ultimate Lightning McQueen line racer during our celebration of the show.

Ultimate Lightning McQueen is a top of the line racer packed with personality and exceptional innovations in robotic technology – from bumper to bumper. With animated eyes, an
animatronic mouth, and emotive suspension, the racer allows you to experience Lightning like never before.

You can enter for a chance to win one Ultimate Lightning McQueen racer signed by John Lasseter, chief creative officer, Pixar and Disney, film director Brian Fee and film producer Keven Reher here and follow the entry instructions to complete an official entry form. Your entry must state your valid email address and full name.

“The Music of Pixar LIVE! A Symphony of Characters” at Disney’s Hollywood Studios features memorable music from Pixar Animation Studios films, complete with a live orchestra and appearances by beloved Disney•Pixar characters. The show feature highlights from some of Pixar’s greatest scores, from films like “Toy Story” and “Cars 3.”

Also, don’t forget, Disney·Pixar’s “Cars 3” film is currently showing in theaters.

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Sweepstakes starts 6/29/17 at 8:15 p.m. ET and ends 6/29/17 at 9:15 p.m. ET. Open only to persons who, upon entering, are not deemed minors in their jurisdiction of primary residence and are legal residents of, and physically located within, the 50 U.S. or D.C. Limit 1 entry per person/per email address. For complete details, including full eligibility requirements, odds of winning and limitations, see Official Rules. Void where prohibited by law.


  • Sad that Canada is excluded 🙁

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