Taking the attendance of MK out of the equation, Adventureland needs an expansion more than any other land in Orlando.Considering it's been 45 years since Adventureland got a legitimate new ride, I wasn't holding my breath.
This wasn't really a big capacity attraction, just decent capacity per show. There's a difference between per show and per hour.Wow. If this is true this is stupid as heck.
Magic Kingdom needs MORE capacity. They decide to build a lower capacity coaster for the 50th...the park needed a big capacity attraction like this.
WDW making dumb moves yet again...
You also have the option of staying at a hotel to get that FP+ 60 days out.Low capacity is Disney's new game.
Can't get in there, buy a dinner package, buy an extra fastpass, buy an after hour ticket and have a guaranteed seat unlike the rest who "only" paid a regular park entrance fee.
They are doing it on purpose. Create demand and shortages and have extra income with no effort whatsoever.
Even with the 60 day window, it's tough to get a fastpass for the newer rides, which most just happen to be low capacity. Not like Disney doesn't know how to build high capacity rides. Most of their older, highly loved attractions, are high capacity. I think Tielo is on to something with his theory.You also have the option of staying at a hotel to get that FP+ 60 days out.
Which then pushes guests to pay $50 for 90 day FP window ... which around time SWL opens will no doubt be widened to other certain onsite guests (premium hotels or SW hotel?) ... imagine the $ if X% of guests paid to get onto each SWL rideEven with the 60 day window, it's tough to get a fastpass for the newer rides, which most just happen to be low capacity. Not like Disney doesn't know how to build high capacity rides. Most of their older, highly loved attractions, are high capacity. I think Tielo is on to something with his theory.
That mindset isn't exactly true. MK will always be #1, no question. There's never going to be a time where guests go to WDW but skip out on MK. If anything, expansions to the other parks cause even higher crowds at MK. When WDW gets a huge attendance boost from Galaxy's Edge, not only is that millions of more people visiting DHS, that's millions of more people visiting MK on the side. And MK needs expansions to properly deal with that and adjust crowd flow.MK doesn't need more rides and expansions.
There are 3 other parks that need to be as desirable for the guests as MK is so the load is better divided over 4 parks.
So like a Mickey and the Magical Map type deal? I quite enjoy that while in Disneyland.2 different people have told me that my info is wrong and it's not a Moana show but a variety type show with multiple IPs including Moana. And that the facility is "temporary".
Both have comparable capacity and you can easily put a very good show on in a theater like the Fantasyland Theater. It all comes down to what they do. It could be an updated clone of Magical Map (since you mentioned clone). With the humidity of Orlando, the parks really do need enclosed theater venues, but the addition of any theater-specific venue is also a win as long as it's of quality.The first person to tell me about it compared it directly to The Fantasyland Theater and the shows it presents.
More like Fantasyland Theater, less like Hyperion Theater.
This guy literally just scours message boards and puts up videos on YouTube. He knows nothing more than this thread will tell you.