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Celebrate the magic of Disney this August with the D23 Expo. Since 2009, the bi-annual D23 Expo has celebrated all the magic, wonder, and adventure of Disney at this remarkable gathering created especially for fans. Below, we have all the details you need to know about D23.
What is D23?
D23 Expo gives attendees three full days of “inside-the-magic” experiences. Attendees will see exclusive sneak peeks of upcoming Disney films, celebrity appearances, unforgettable presentations given by Disney luminaries, a look at what’s coming to Disney Parks and Resorts. Those who attend will also see the Disney Legends ceremony, and the Treasures of the Walt Disney Archives exhibition, which spotlights crown jewels from Disney’s timeless legacy.
When and Where is D23?
D23 takes place at the Anaheim Convention Center on August 23-25, 2019.
Where can you find tickets?
General admission tickets are $89 for a one-day adult admission and $69 for children. If you are a D23 Gold Member though, you can receive discounted single-day and multi-day tickets for the expo. D23 Gold and Gold Family Members can save up to $ 10 per day off the price of admission to D23 Expo 2019, based on the purchase of tickets at the D23 Gold Member rate.
Three day tickets are known to sell out fast, but daily tickets have been known to be available until week of!
D23 Pro Tips
— Get to the convention center early! The good panels and events fill up fast, so either plan to get to the convention center really early, or plan to spend the night in line — a tip that D23 insiders sometimes recommend.
— If you want to stay in a Disneyland Good Neighbor Hotel then book early! Disneyland Good Neighbor Hotels are hotels that are located close to Disneyland, many with family packages, shuttles to the park, and early admission.
— Feel free to dress up! Whether you prefer superheroes or princesses, don't be afraid to let your Disney love be known!
— Bring your kids to the park, not the expo. Unlike Disney parks, D23 is not stroller friendly, it is extremely crowded, and the days are long. So though the event is child appropriate, it’s not exactly kid-friendly.
— You can’t bring in food or drinks inside, so make sure you bring enough money to purchase food and beverages throughout the day.
— Grab an Expo Stagepass if it’s being offered. It’s free of charge and you’ll be thankful when you can actually take time to sit down to eat lunch because you can fastpass the next line.