Disneyland has canceled an upcoming event called Star Wars Nite, which would have happened at Tomorrowland and Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge in August.
- Disneyland canceled the event after Lucasfilm announced it was canceling the Star Wars Celebration event.
What’s going on:
- Disneyland planned to host a separate admission event called Star Wars Nite as a part of Disneyland After Dark on Aug. 27.
- Here’s the update released on the Disney Parks blog:
UPDATE 6/15/20: In light of the recent cancelation of Star Wars Celebration, we are making the decision to postpone Disneyland After Dark: Star Wars Nite event to a later date. Please visit Disneyland.com/starwarsnite for details. For more information on Star Wars Celebration, please visit starwarscelebration.com.
- The event was tied to Star Wars Celebration, an annual fan event where Lucasfilm often shares trailers, news and release dates for upcoming Star Wars project. The 2020 event was supposed to take place at the Anaheim Convention Center before it was canceled on Monday, which I wrote about for the Deseret News.
- Disney announced Tuesday it canceled the event.
- Disneyland did not set a new date.
- Refund information was not distributed, either.
What is Star Wars Nite?
- Star Wars Nite is an after-hours event where people have access to Disneyland after 6 p.m.
- According to Disney Parks blog, the event boasts “special entertainment, including a special Star Wars-themed fireworks spectacular, galactic dance parties, character encounters and more!”
- The event includes photo opportunities, new attractions for guests and unlimited digital downloads from the PhotoPass feature.