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- Star Wars Weekends dates have been announced for 2015. This year there are 5 weekends yet again which are:
- Weekend I: May 15-17
- Weekend II: May 22-24
- Weekend III: May 29-31
- Weekend IV: June 5-7
- Weekend V: June 12-14
In addition, also announced for this year’s Star Wars Weekends – the Star Wars character meals are returning. The first one is the Jedi Mickey’s Star Wars Dine Dinner at Hollywood and Vine. Here guests will have the opportunity to meet Jedi Mickey, Princess Leia Minnie, Darth Vader Goofy, Storm Trooper Donald, and Ewoks Chip ‘n’ Dale. The cost for this meal is $57.99 per adult (ages 10 and up) and $34.99 per child (ages 3 to 9). The second character meal that will also be returning is the Star Wars Dine-In Galactic Breakfast which is taking place at Sci Fi Dine-In Theater. Guests can meet characters from the official Star Wars universe including Darth Vader, Boba Fett, Greedo, Jawas, and Stormtroopers. The cost for this breakfast is $49.99 per adult (ages 10 and up) and $31.99 per child (ages 3 to 9). These meals are available daily from May 4 through June 14.
- Two refurbishments will be taking place at the Magic Kingdom. The first will be Pirates of the Caribbean, which will be only closed for one day, December 17. The second is Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, which will be closed from March 4-8.
- The Intermission Food Court at Disney’s All-Star Music Resort has reopened from it’s lengthy refurbishment. It has a new color scheme, clean lines, and new murals involving the Disney characters. Plus, make sure to look out for all the details of the musical variety. The refurb includes four different updated sections which include the Pizza and Pasta Shop (featuring a create-your-own pasta option); the Grill Shop (featuring a create-your-own burger option, as well as other sandwiches); the Specialty Shop (featuring a create-your own salad option, plus other random delicacies); and The Gelato Shop (featuring tons of gelato options, plus smoothies and specialty coffees). There is also the bakery section, which offers many different pastries. Finally, there is a Grab and Go area, featuring easy to pick up choices.
- The advanced purchase price of Memory Maker has increased by $20, from $149 to now $169. The regular purchase price remains $199.