Star Wars Weekends — Part 1

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Star Wars Weekends

Star Wars Weekends

 

Star Wars Weekends – you will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy. We must be cautious…

Oh, wait. That’s Mos Eisley Spaceport. Sorry.

Not everyone is a Star Wars fan, and you don’t have to be a Star Wars fan in order to enjoy spending time at Disney’s Hollywood Studios during this special event! If you want, you can ignore all the special character meet-n-greets. You can ignore all the special Star Wars presentations. You don’t have to visit the special Star Wars merchandise tent. In fact, Star Wars Weekend won’t interfere with your enjoyment of the theme park at all.  However, if you are a Star Wars fan, you need to be prepared for what things are going to be like.

First, expect to see Guests dressed up as Star Wars characters.

From kids in simple costumes…

Star Wars Weekends Little Leia

 

To kids who go all out…

Star Wars Weekends Darth Maul

 

From old…

Star Wars Weekends Character Greeting 1

 

To young…

Star Wars Weekends Ahsoka Tano Fan

 

From solo…

SWW Mandalore

 

To group…

SWW  Jedi

 

From light side…

Star Wars Weekends Jedi Mickey Mouse

 

To dark side…

Star Wars Weekends Boba Fett Meet and Greet

In Part 2 of this series, I’ll tell you about the special character meet-n-greet opportunities at Star Wars Weekends.

 

 

 

 

 

4 Comments

  1. Comment by Roger:

    awesome blog post! I was so sad to miss this weekend.

  2. Comment by Scarlett | Disney Wknderland:

    love the pics!! especially the first two – too adorable x

    • Comment by MousePlanning.com:

      Thanks! The kid dressed as Darth Maul was really the best, ever! I asked his mother if I could take a picture of him for the blog. She gestured to him, and he gets out of line — completely in character — activates his lightsaber, and does a variety of poses. He never so much as cracked a smile. I saw him a few times throughout the park that day and he was always fully costumed and always playing the part. He even got to meet Ray Park (the actor who portrayed Darth Maul)onstage during the “Visit to the Maul” show where Ray Park told his story and taught a group of kids to use a lightsaber.

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