“The Lone Ranger” world premiere to be held at Disneyland Resort June 22, tickets to benefit American Indian College Fund

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Walt Disney Studios announced today the world premiere of “The Lone Ranger” will be held on Saturday, June 22, in the Disney California Adventure theme park at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California. A giant red carpet down the park’s iconic Hollywood Boulevard will be lined with thousands of park guests cheering for the film’s stars, filmmakers and the many Hollywood celebrities in attendance.

The Lone Ranger’s horse Silver will make an appearance and an actual train engine built for the film will be on display.

Disney California Adventure Park will be hosting the premiere and sponsors will be offering opportunities for the guests in conjunction with the event. Time Warner Cable, a title sponsor of the world premiere of Disney/Jerry Bruckheimer Films’ “The Lone Ranger,” will stream the event live from Disney California Adventure Park.

A one-of-a-kind Lone Ranger Ninja motorcycle from Kawasaki, a sponsor of the premiere, will be displayed at the event and will be available for the stars in attendance to autograph. The bike will be auctioned off at a later date, with all proceeds going to the American Indian College Fund.

Ticket sales from the premiere will benefit the American Indian College Fund, available starting today at https://community.collegefund.org/the-lone-ranger. Because Disney is also underwriting the entire cost of the premiere, 100% of the revenues received by the American Indian College Fund for the tickets will be used for scholarships and other support for Native American students.

Tickets are priced at $1000.

For that hefty price tag, ticketed attendees will have an opportunity to:

  • Walk the red carpet through Hollywood Land
  • Meet and take pictures with celebrities and filmmakers (No autographs)
  • Attend the premiere screening of the film inside the park with assigned seats
  • Receive a Subway sandwich, popcorn and a drink during the movie
  • Party in Cars Land and watch World of Color, open exclusively to premiere guests
  • Disney California Adventure park will close at 10:00pm. Cars Land and World of Color will remain open for premiere guests until 12:00 am. World of Color will have a special 11:15 p.m. show.

    For those not able or willing to pay $1,000 for a ticket, there are other options for seeing the festivities:

    Included with admission to Disney California Adventure park, all park guests can seek out a spot to witness the arrivals of premiere guests and celebrities along Buena Vista Street and Hollywood Boulevard. Park guests, however, will not attend the screening of the film or the exclusive after party.

    Disney California Adventure park hours for premiere day are 9:00 a.m.- 10:00 p.m. Guests who have ticket to the Disney California Adventure park can line up behind the barriers of the red carpet as soon as the park opens, first-come-first-served with no space saving allowed. The Mickey & Friends Parking Structure will open at 6:30 a.m. on June 22nd. Guests are asked to not not line up outside Disney California Adventure prior to 7:00 a.m.

    “We’ve had a terrific collaboration with the Native American community throughout the production of Disney’s ‘The Lone Ranger,’” said Alan Horn, Chairman of The Walt Disney Studios. “With the world premiere of this exciting film at hand, we are pleased to commemorate the occasion by supporting the American Indian College Fund.”

    Commenting on the premiere event, Tom Staggs, Chairman of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, said, “All of us at Disney Parks are thrilled to host the world premiere of ‘The Lone Ranger’ at Disney California Adventure. Disney brings unforgettable stories and characters to life in our movies and in our parks and resorts, so there’s no better place than Disney California Adventure to start this trailblazing film on its journey.”

    “The Lone Ranger” opens in theaters July 3, 2013.

    4 Comments

    1. Michelle Mixson

      Here’s to the success of The Lone Ranger….Good Luck to those supporting The American Indian College Fund.

    2. DanielTink

      $1000 and I get a subway sandwich a popcorn and soda!! well ill take 2. Humm that’s about $975 profit!! I need to host a gala I guess!

      1. Ricky Brigante

        Except it’s not profit. All of the proceeds are being donated.

    3. Paul Amundson

      I would love to to this. Mite be awkward eating a subway sandwich during the movie.

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