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Max Guggenheim’s 01/20/13 DLR photo report

Max Guggenheim went to the Disneyland Resort on the 20th of January and captured some in progress magic! He was able to capture construction on Main Street Railroad station, Big Thunder Mountain, Mark Twain and Fantasy Faire. In this report is photo’s of Blue Bayou Bash and Blue Sky Cellar. Enjoy!

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Artwork being done at the parks.
 
Facade is covered with a tarp with a neat graphic of the train station while construction continues.
 

Fantasy Faire slowly being built up.
 

Royal Theater to the left and Royal Hall in the middle being constructed.
 

The purple tent is Royal Theater.
 

 

The Sailing Ship Columbia is operating while Mark Twain is under refurb.
 

Work being done on the center Fantasmic fountain platform.
 

 

Part of Limited Time Magic.
 

 

 

 

The stage where Tiana’s Mardi Gras Celebration
 

 

Decorations for Bayou Bash
 

More Mardi Gras decorations.
 

 

Additional Bayou Bash decorations.
 

Princess and the Frog meet and greet location.
 

Limited Time Magic special beverage and food selections.
 

Blue Bayou Bash Face Painting.
Check out Blue Sky Cellar at Disney’s California Adventure for details of Fantasy Faire.

























PHOTOS & VIDEO: Blue Sky Cellar Exhibit Opens Featuring Fantasy Faire & Mickey and the Magical Map

Jan 20, 2013 by     No Comments    Posted under: Disney California Adventure, Disneyland

The latest Blue Sky Cellar exhibit opened yesterday and features the new land coming to Disneyland this spring, Fantasy Faire. Photos courtesy of Tim Alcoser.

Starting out with the film show in the exhibit

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On to the photos 



Starting out with the large model of Fantasy Faire 




Royal Hall

Royal Theater 



Tangled Tower 





The show building 




On to some of the concept art, the exhibits were broken down into several different “steps” of the design process. 

First step is research. For Fantasy Faire, WDI researched the original fantasyland as well as the many expansions the land












Second step is “Blue Sky.” This steps shows some of the first drawings of what eventually became Fantasy Faire 









Third step is “concept” 








Fourth step is “feasibility,” turing the concept into something that can fit into the park and make it work 




Our first look at Maurice’s Treats which is a food cart for the area selling specialty baked items and possibly dole whips. 

A look inside Royal Hall 


An Owl Newl Post 





The Royal Hall logo 
The final step is Implementation



Poster for the Meet and Greet, Royal Hall 


Here is the sign for Fairytale Treasures, the merchandise location for Fantasy Faire. 

Neat tribute to Carnation Gardens 

Cool CGI concept of the area 


Neat art for Royal Hall 

Imagineers talked a lot about a neat music box in the land featuring Clopin from Hunchback of Notre Dame 



We are really excited about this. An outdoor Figaro animatronic will be placed on a window sill in fantasyland and every so often will wake up and try to grab a nearby animatronic bird. 




A new exhibit featured some concept art of Mickey and The Magical Map as well

The art on display of the show are concepts we have already seen 




Though one new piece of art shown was an overhead look at The Fantasyland Theater. According to this art, a pond we be constructed in front of the theater


The giant interactive map of DCA was removed and replaced with a piece of wall from Fantasy Faire. 




Stay tuned to DLNT as we continue our coverage of Princess Fantasy Faire opening this Spring inside Disneyland Park

“The Radiator Springs Historical Society’s Museum of the History of Radiator Springs” Coming To The Blue Sky Cellar

Jun 4, 2012 by     No Comments    Posted under: Disney California Adventure

From Erin Glover on the Disney Parks Blog:

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On June 8, the Blue Sky Cellar at Disney California Adventure park will host a brand-new exhibit: The Radiator Springs Historical Society’s Museum of the History of Radiator Springs. This is your chance to learn all about the history of Radiator Springs as we get ready for the arrival of its famous residents in Cars Land on June 15!

According to Sally Carerra, president of the Radiator Springs Historical Society, “The items in this museum have been kindly donated by dear friends and neighbors, the residents of Radiator Springs.” So be sure to stop by Blue Sky Cellar for your Radiator Springs history lesson before you motor around the corner to Cars Land!

Keep an eye on the Disney Parks Blog and follow @Disneyland on Twitter for the latest on the expansion of Disney California Adventure park! While you’re on Twitter, join in the conversation by using the hashtags #CarsLand, #BuenaVistaStreet, #MadTParty and #JustGotHappier.

The Blue Sky Cellar Is Here For Good

Nov 23, 2011 by     No Comments    Posted under: Disney California Adventure

From Erin Glover the Disney Parks Blog:

Many Disney Parks Blog readers already know that Blue Sky Cellar is the place to get a behind-the-scenes peek at what’s coming to Disney California Adventure park. The space is periodically updated with new photos, videos and models – the latest refresh, which was installed in September, focuses on Buena Vista Street which will be completed next year. The video below, from Walt Disney Imagineering, takes you inside Blue Sky Cellar for a look at the latest updates. If you haven’t been yet, check it out!

 

Most of the info in this post we already knew being that this exhibit has been open for close to two months now. Though at the end of the movie, show producer Sarah Farmer Earll mentions that WDI does intend to keep the Blue Sky Cellar open after the DCA expansion is competed next year. Stay tuned to Disneyland News Today as we will report any changes in the Blue Sky Cellar.

Blue Sky Cellar Featuring Buena Vista Street Opened Today

Sep 23, 2011 by     No Comments    Posted under: Disney California Adventure

From Erin Glover on the Disney Parks Blog:

Red Car Trolley Poster

After a short closure, Blue Sky Cellar opened again today with new sneak peeks and behind-the-scenes looks at the continuing transformation of Disney California Adventure park. Guests will be able to view new videos, models and renderings to learn even more about the exciting changes coming to the park. Among the new artwork, you’ll also find three new attraction posters, including the one above featuring the new Red Car Trolley, coming to Buena Vista Street when it opens next year.

The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror Poster

Also featured in Blue Sky Cellar are posters for current guest favorites – The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror and Soarin’ Over California.

Soarin’ Over California Poster

Be sure to stop by Blue Sky Cellar and keep an eye on the Disney Parks Blog for updates on Cars Land, Buena Vista Street and more.

If you would like to see more photos, our good friends over at SoCal Thrills have a detailed photo report covering the new exhibits.

 

Blue Sky Cellar Updates On The Way

Sep 15, 2011 by     1 Comment     Posted under: Disney California Adventure

From Erin Glover on the Disney Parks Blog:

Throughout the Disney California Adventure park transformation, Walt Disney Imagineering has kept guests updated on the expansion at Blue Sky Cellar – a space dedicated to special sneak peeks of the new experiences coming to the park. Beginning Monday, September 19, Blue Sky Cellar will close in order to be updated once again. When it reopens on September 23, guests will find new videos, models and renderings of the latest additions coming to Buena Vista Street, Cars Land and more.

Last week, we showed you the topping off of the Carthay Circle Theatre with the arrival of its 17-foot, 5,000-pound cupola. I know that many of you have commented on how much you enjoy the time lapse construction videos we show from time to time on the Disney Parks Blog. Below is a peek at one of the items to be featured in the updated Blue Sky Cellar – a time lapse video of Carthay Circle Theatre construction through last week.

 

 

Blue Sky Cellar Updates Coming May 18th

May 16, 2011 by     1 Comment     Posted under: Disney California Adventure

From the Disney Parks Blog:

On Friday, we gave you a look at the progress of the expansion at Disney California Adventure park, and this week there are even more updates coming to the Walt Disney Imagineering Blue Sky Cellar.

Aerial Image of Disney California Adventure Park

Starting May 18, additions will include a new aerial view of the park, above. In this photo, you can see the incredible progress being made in Cars Land (bottom right) as well as the soon-to-be complete Paradise Pier (bottom left). At the top, you can also see the park’s new entrance taking shape.

Goofy’s Sky School
The Little Mermaid – Ariel’s UnderSea Adventure Grizzly River Run

Also set to debut this week at Blue Sky Cellar are new attraction posters for The Little Mermaid ~ Ariel’s Undersea Adventure, Goofy’s Sky School and Grizzly River Run. Designed in the style of the traditional Disney theme park attraction posters, these three are sure to become instant classics.

I’m sure many of you are anxious to add these to your attraction poster collection, along with previously released images for California Screamin’, Mickey’s Fun Wheel and Silly Symphony Swings, so look for many of these attraction posters and much more when they become available in Spring 2012.

There is so much to see at Blue Sky Cellar, from models and artist renderings to concept drawings and more, all crafted by Walt Disney Imagineers.

Which changes at Disney California Adventure park are you most excited about?

Blue Sky Cellar Featuring The Little Mermaid: Ariel’s Undersea Adventure

Jan 31, 2011 by     No Comments    Posted under: Disney California Adventure

The Blue Sky Cellar recently reopened with a new exhibit featuring the new upcoming Little Mermaid Attraction. I was able to grab a short video last Friday of the new exhibit. More video and photo’s will be posted later this week.

Jamie Nakagiri's 6/9/10-6/11/10 DLR Photo Report

Jun 14, 2010 by     No Comments    Posted under: Disney California Adventure

Jamie Nakagiri also attended opening week for World of Color and has some photos to share which include World of Color, Blue Sky Cellar, and much more…

Atlanta Braves Mickey on display in the West Esplanade

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Chris Lastrapes 6/11/10 What's Next Photo Report

Jun 12, 2010 by     No Comments    Posted under: Disney California Adventure, Disneyland

Chris Lastrapes and Tom Corless both attended the What’s Next Presentation where not much was announced. The new Blue Sky Cellar exhibit however has a lot of new information, concepts, and renderings of the Little Mermaid Attraction, Cars Land, Buena Vista Street, and much more.

Stay Tuned to DLNT for a video of the What’s Next Presentation

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