Pixar Fest returns to Disneyland Resort in 2024

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(Artist Concept/Disneyland Resort)

A rendering of the new sculpture coming to Disneyland Park for Pixar Fest, April 26-Aug. 4 shows plenty of Pixar pals.

Woody, Buzz, Turning Red Panda and Mei Lee, Dori, Wall-e, Russell, Dug, and more on this brightly colored sculpture will grace the beginning of Main Street, U.S.A for the Pixar Fest celebration from April 26-August 4, 2024.

The “Together Forever – A Pixar Nighttime Spectacular” at Disneyland Park will include Turning Red, among other Pixar favorites.




Over in Disney California Adventure, the brand new daytime parade “Better Together: A Pixar Pals Celebration!” will be a fun way for guests to see some of their favorite characters.  Plus, look out for meet and greets with Ember and Wade.


This rendering of the sculpture looks like it will be a great place for photo options and brighten up Main Street with its festive characters and plants. Of course, we’ll have to wait until April to see the real thing, but it’s definitely coming to this year’s Pixar Fest.

The 15-story Pixar Place Hotel (formerly Paradise Pier Hotel) officially opens January 30, 2024, making this another fun place to hang your hat – or your ears – while visiting Disneyland Resort. With a new dining room, Pixar-themed guest rooms, and fun areas for kids and families, this is just one more addition to the growing Pixar-themed locations throughout Disneyland.

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