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Immersive Disney interactive experience coming to San Antonio in 2023

SAN ANTONIO – An immersive Disney experience is coming to San Antonio in 2023.

Walt Disney Animation Studios is collaborating with Lighthouse Immersive Studios, the producers of the favored Immersive Van Gogh experience, to deliver a number of traditional Disney movies to life.

The immersive Disney animation experience will probably be positioned on the Lighthouse ArtSpace in San Antonio at 221 Burleson in Dignowity Hill, simply east of downtown.

Tickets begin at $39.99 per individual and are already on sale for the immersive experience, which is ready to open in San Antonio on Feb. 28, 2023. The web site reveals tickets will probably be obtainable for dates by way of May 29.

“Aladdin” from Disney Animation: Immersive Experience (Lighthouse Immersive Studios)

VIP tickets may even be obtainable for buy for a further value and embrace skip-the-line privileges, souvenirs and extra.

All kids ages 2 and older would require a ticket to attend. Children youthful than 2 can attend freed from cost.

View a preview of the immersive experience in the media participant on the prime of this text.

Currently, San Antonio is the one Texas metropolis on the listing of North American venues. Other cities, which have varied opening dates for the attraction, embrace Detroit, Cleveland, Denver, Boston and extra.

“The collaboration with Lighthouse Immersive is a first for Disney Animation,” stated Clark Spencer, president of Walt Disney Animation Studios and two-time Academy Award winner for “Encanto” and “Zootopia.” “It’s a dream to bring the best of animated storytelling together with the top experts in the immersive art experience. We can’t wait for audiences around the world, of all ages, to experience the great moments from our legacy of feature films in this incredible way.”

“Moana” from Disney Animation: Immersive Experience (Lighthouse Immersive Studios)

This experience could comprise shiny and flashing lights which will trigger discomfort for individuals with photosensitive epilepsy. There may be loud music and results, in accordance to the website.

“With such a wealth of material and a treasure trove of memorable characters, it will be a thrill to bring the work of all the great Disney animators and performers to life in a 360-degree immersive environment,” stated J. Miles Dale.

Dale is main the artistic group for Disney Animation: Immersive Experience. He gained an Oscar for finest image in 2018 for his work in “The Shape of Water.”

“Trailblazing in a new medium is always exciting, and this is truly going to be the most challenging and rewarding project of my career. Being entrusted with Disney’s rich archive of animation is a great honor, but also a tremendous responsibility,” Dale stated.

The whole exhibit is ADA accessible. Wheelchairs, walkers and scooters are all permitted. Patrons supporting individuals with disabilities will obtain free admission to the exhibit and don’t require a ticket for entry.

The exhibit opens quarter-hour earlier than the primary entry time of the day and closes 20 minutes after the beginning time of the final entry time of the day.

“Frozen” from Disney Animation: Immersive Experience (Lighthouse Immersive Studios)

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