This thread is mainly informative to D23 members since these events are limited to them only, but everyone is invited to participate in the discussion
So here goes:
October 7: Lion King on Stage (Alaska)
October 7: Mary Poppins (Dallas)
November 17: Studio Tour
November 18: Mary Poppins (Los Angeles)
November 20: Lion King (Washington)
November 25: Princess and the Frog screening (Studios)
Coming soon events:
October 18: Sip & Stroll event at Epcot
December 10: Disney and Dickens event at El Capitan
December 12 & 13: Magic & Merriment @ Walt Disney World
For full detail, visit: http://d23.disney.go.com/expo.html
Now for my discussion part.
I plan on attending the Princess & the Frog screening, but need clarification on ticket pricing. I called in for my tickets and they gave me a different set of info than what d23 listed. They don't mention anything about pricing on their site (yet) and when taking my tickets, they're asking $50 per ticket.
The mary poppins event is also a tempting thing to do, but at $135, I need to think about it.
Also, Disney and Dickens on 12/10 sounds like fun for me to attend.
I would LOVE to do the studio tour this time around but its a shame as to how the tickets are beign distributed at a time where I will be in class. I don't know if i can handle a lecture while d23 refreshing through class!
So tell us, what events are you guys and gals interested on attending.
To avoid confusion, I missed to add this info which I posted later on:
I should probably share this link also: http://d23.disney.go.com/articles/09...%20Events.html
It's the "press release' Disney posted for these events.
ADDITIONAL EVENTS: SAVE THE DATES
Complementing the above spectacular experiences are three extraordinary events.
Sip & Stroll will offer a host of exclusive, delicious opportunities during the Epcot ® International Food & Wine Festival on Sunday, October 18.
D23 will celebrate the season with Disney and Dickens on Thursday, December 10, featuring VIP seating for Disney's A Christmas Carol at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood, followed by a private dinner at the legendary Tam O'Shanter restaurant in Los Angeles — a frequent hangout of Walt Disney and his animators.
On December 12 and 13, D23 will bring Magic & Merriment to Walt Disney World with out-of-this-world holiday magic.