Disney’s D23 Faniversary Celebrations

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Are you looking forward to Disney’s D23 Faniversary? Are you curious to find out more information about this event? Well, we have the 411 for you!


Each show will be hosted by a Disney archivist and D23 Team member and will highlight the rich behind-the-scenes stories of these magical moments through rarely or never-before-seen film footage, concept art, photography, and exclusive interviews with many of your favorite Disney Legends and luminaries.

Tickets are still available in every city and are on sale HERE.

D23 will lead guests on a journey through dozens of unforgettable Disney moments that have delighted generations of Disney fans, including beloved movies like Peter Pan, Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, and the first Pirates of the Caribbean film; classic characters like Mickey Mouse and Chip ‘n’ Dale; favorite attractions and entertainment spectaculars at Disney parks such as Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room, Horizons, and Mickey’s Toontown; the openings of Disney’s Animal Kingdom and Tokyo Disneyland, the launch of The Disney Channel; the first voyage of Disney Cruise Line; and the momentous founding of The Walt Disney Company in, of course, 1923.

Check these locations for a city near you!

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Disney’s D23 Faniversary Celebrations was last modified: September 9th, 2013 by guest blogging



  • lddcw

    Sigh, nothing at all in Texas again, as usual (and Houston is the largest city here, not Dallas). It’s sad and disappointing to be left out by the Disney powers that be. They tend to ignore Disney fans in the middle of the country.