Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance is now open at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
Before this first-of-its-kind attraction debuted today, we hosted a special #DisneyParksLIVE stream of Wednesday night’s dedication ceremony right here on the Disney Parks Blog. You can still watch the entire intergalactic celebration in the video below.
On each adventure, guests join the Resistance and depart from Batuu in a transport ship to meet General Leia Organa at a secret rendezvous point. However, on their way to the hidden base, guests are intercepted and taken prisoner by the First Order as their ship is drawn into the hangar bay of a Star Destroyer. The action then ramps up as guests seek to escape the clutches of Kylo Ren and the First Order.
Before the dedication ceremony, some of the Disney cast members who helped bring this incredible new adventure to life united inside Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance to celebrate the groundbreaking attraction. Some cast members shed tears of joy and cheered after experiencing the attraction.
Now, it’s your turn! You’re invited to experience Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance and live your own Star Wars adventure at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
As a reminder, guests at Disneyland park in California can begin enjoying Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance when the attraction opens there on January 17, 2020.
I am from Jersey. The family went October for 3 days. What a blast Smuggler Run 3 times. Disneyland was perfect.
Watching from Northport, NY with DH! Can’t wait to get to Galaxy’s Edge in March 2020!
According to disneyworld.com Galaxy’s Edge will be open from 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM as usual on the 4th of December.
I will be out tonight hoping to get a special look at the ride. I can not wait to go on the ride. From all of the images and videos it looks AMAZING.
Hey. This is Brandon. I will be watching from Los Angeles California.
Hi I also want to know if on the 4th galaxys edge will be open to guests since the park doesn’t close until 9pm and there aren’t any other postings indicating it will be closed as far as I’m concerned. Please and thank you
Hello! If we are in the park that day, will the ceremony be open to park guests? Thank you.