Disney scoured the galaxy for fans whose lives have been touched by Star Wars. From the enterprising Christina Cato, a self-taught droid builder and philanthropist, to the cosplaying Perales family, to little Cora and her family, who gained Internet fame with their “Happiest Star Wars Reaction” video.
These guests were invited by Disney to be the first to explore Batuu—a planet found not so far away at the Disneyland Resort. They got to be the first to build their own droids, craft their own lightsabers, meet Chewbacca and fly the most legendary ship in the galaxy at Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run.
Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge invites all guests across this earth (and others) to come live their adventure at the new land. With even more to taste, see and experience like Oga’s Cantina, where you can see Star Tours-famous DJ-R3X spinning, to Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities, and the infamous Blue and Green Bantha Milk stand, fans will truly feel like they’re in a galaxy far, far away.