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Get Ready to Play Big with the Green Army Patrol in Toy Story Land

Shawn Slater

by , Senior Communications Manager, Disney Live Entertainment

It’s almost time to Play Big, with the opening of Toy Story Land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios just a few days away! When you visit this fully-immersive new world, you’ll suddenly find yourself the size of a toy, wandering through Andy’s backyard and engaging with some of his favorite toys. Buzz, Woody and Jessie are there, along with a Green Army of toy soldiers to get everybody involved in the fun!

The Green Army Drum Corps marches through the backyard several times a day, playing lively percussion sets filled with awe-inspiring drum sequences. You’ll definitely want to be on the lookout for their high-energy, one-of-a-kind performance, and you may even find yourself drumming with the corps!

Elsewhere, Sarge and his Green Army Patrol are looking for recruits to enlist in a fun and interactive boot camp for all ages. You could get caught up in a game of “Sarge Says,” playing with giant Pixar balls, oversized crayons and other fun props to see if you have what it takes to become an official Green Army cadet.

The fun begins when Toy Story Land opens June 30!


  • Any chance that Photopass photographers will be on hand to capture moments from the recruits’ boot camp?

    • Susan – Our Disney Photopass photographers will definitely be out and about in Toy Story Land. Specific shots and locations are still being determined, so look for more information from Emily here on Disney Parks Blog, and be on the lookout for the photographers when you visit!

  • I am so excited to read that there will be a live music group!

    • Susan – The Green Army Drum Corps is fantastic! You’ll often find them around the Slinky Dog Dash area.

  • I see you playing the pronoun game here. Any truth to the rumor that we will see female members of the Green Army Patrol?

    • Tim – Yes, the Green Army Patrol includes both men and women in their ranks.

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