The change marks the next step in the ongoing transformation of Disney World's (currently) least-attended theme park. Disney's Hollywood Studios has been a bit of a mess in recent years, as multiple attractions and entire lands have closed to make space for two major new developments: Toy Story Land, which opens this summer, and Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, which opens next year. (Wow, 2019 is next year now!)
From the park's press release:
At the park’s Main Entrance, big band arrangements of familiar Disney tunes get your day started off right. As you enter the park, the music transitions to popular songs from the 30s and 40s, also in the big band style that comes to a crescendo as you approach the Chinese Theater. Throughout the park, the music complements each area’s setting and timeframe perfectly. From brassy horns near Echo Lake and jazz at the BaseLine Tap House, to the sounds of live performances outside Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith, it’s music to your ears!
In addition to the two upcoming new lands, the park's iconic Chinese Theater is getting a new ride —: Mickey and Minnie's Runaway Railway, which is replacing The Great Movie Ride. (Disney has not announced an opening date for that yet.) Late last year, Star Tours: The Adventures Continue got a new film, which concludes with guests landing in Galaxy's Edge, and the park also opened that BaseLine Tap House bar near the Star Wars land construction site.
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