As the Disneyland Resort continues to adapt to changes in health and safety protocol, and this has affected the presence of live entertainment. Now, with the recent opening of the resort’s Avengers Campus, this is the most live entertainment we have seen from the Disney theme parks in over a year.
At the new Avengers Campus, Marvel fans can experience unique interactions with their favorite super heroes. Utilizing the exterior of the Avengers Headquarters, the resort has debuted a new Black Widow action show. The show features Black Panther and Black Widow villain Taskmaster.
Across from Avengers Headquarters, Okoye and the Dora Milaje host a training experience for everyone to learn what being a royal guard in Wakanda is like. Adjacent to the Dora Milaje training, Doctor Strange entertains recruits in the ways and mysteries of the Multiverse. And you can’t miss Peter Parker as Spider-Man swinging from building to building!
Tucked away in the corner of Avengers Campus, the Guardians of the Galaxy have returned in front of Taneleer Tivan’s Fortress to bring us Guardians of the Galaxy: Awesome Dance Off! Using Starlord’s boom box, he and Gamora put on an epic dance party and allow Guests to join in on the fun!
Although this entertainment experience is listed as “currently unavailable” on the Disneyland mobile app, Guests have still been enjoying a slightly modified version of the dance show since Avengers Campus opened on July 4. Star-Lord and Gamora are definitely present in the land and entertaining Guests. We saw them throughout the day in front of Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: BREAKOUT!
The return of entertainment like this could hopefully lead to more opportunities for more performances to resurface at the Disneyland Resort. There is already a demand for more character experiences. Although Disney has offered unique character experiences, the demand for more performative experiences still seems high. With more out-of-state Guests preparing to return to the Disneyland Resort, that demand will most likely grow and Disney will have a chance to respond to that. For now, only time will tell.
What forms of Disney entertainment would you like to see at the Disneyland Resort? Let us know in the comments!