I’m just going to say it, Disneyland gets all the cool and new characters or experiences first. There are exceptions, but on the whole, I find this to be wholeheartedly true. I’m looking at you overlays for Haunted Mansion Holiday and It’s a Small World along with the newest addition of a Buzz Lightyear face character.
Disney’s smash hit, Encanto, hit theaters last year and since then guests have be clambering to meet Mirabel while visiting a Disney park. This has only been a reality at the Disneyland Resort where guests could first meet Mirabel in Disney’s California Adventure. She is now being moved into Disneyland Park to meet and greet with guests. However, here on the east coast at Walt Disney World, guests still haven’t had the chance to meet and greet with Mirabel Madrigal. The fact that she has yet to show up at the Walt Disney World Resort in light of the popularity of the film is puzzling.
This changes soon with a small step welcoming Mirabel to Walt Disney World. Mirabel will make her debut at the Walt Disney World Resort on June 26 in the “Disney Adventure Friends Cavalcade” alongside Miguel from Coco, Judy and Nick from Zootopia, Moana among others. This cavalcade commences several times a day throughout Magic Kingdom Park. Times are subject to change, so please check the my Disney Experience App on the day of your visit for show times.
Walt Disney World is finally getting Mirabel Madrigal in the cavalcade. No word on a meet and greet just yet. Disney Parks Blog announced this among other new and returning character experiences throughout the Walt Disney World Resort.
I still stand by my initial statement that the Disneyland Resort gets all the new, cool stuff first. But, this is a step in the right direction for guests of the Walt Disney World Resort.
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