It’s almost time!
Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opened on May 31st to guests with reservations, but beginning on June 24th, all guests will be welcome to visit Batuu.
Disney has posted some helpful information in regards to your visit
Beginning on June 24th, Disneyland may use a virtual queuing system as needed to accommodate guests. Before you go to the park make sure you have downloaded the Disneyland app and check it and signage at the park to see if you will need to be part of a “boarding group” that day. The “boarding group” will save you a virtual spot in line until your time to enter. While you wait you can do other park activities until your scheduled time.
How do I create a boarding group?
Once you enter the park you an use the Disneyland app to request a boarding group spot. Link the theme park tickets of everyone in your party together on the app (this makes sure you are all in the same group) and select a boarding group for your entire party.
To keep track of which groups are currently being admitted to Galaxy’s Edge check the app or the digital signage at the park. If you have push notifications enabled you will be sent a notification when it’s your time to enter.
Once your boarding group is called you will have up to two hours to enter Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.
But I don’t Have the App?
No problem. If you are not using the Disneyland app, you can still create a boarding group with a park admission ticket at select Disney Fastpass Service locations at : The Haunted Mansion, Indiana Jones Adventure, Space Mountain, Splash Mountain or near the Matterhorn Bobsleds.
Do I still need Reservations?
From June 24th on you will no longer need reservations to enter Galaxy’s Edge, unless they are using the virtual queue. However reservations are required for Savi’s Workshop and Oga’s Cantina. You can book reservations for these on the day of your visit beginning at 7AM with a valid credit card. If you have reservations for one of these locations you will gain access to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at that time and will NOT need to have a boarding group spot.
Here’s a video that will walk you through the entire “Boarding Group” Process
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Source: Disney Parks Blog
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