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San Diego — By Pam Nagata on June 9, 2010 at 6:31 am
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FASTPASS To Disney’s “World of Color”

The best way to view Disney’s newest attraction, “World of Color” is by getting a FASTPASS that will be available each morning at the Grizzly River Run terminals. All you have to do is insert your park tickets into the terminal to obtain a FASTPASS ticket to see “World of Color” from the reserved viewing area in Paradise Park at Disney’s California Adventure.

Remember as with any other FASTPASS at the Disney Parks, there will be a limited number that will be distributed. Also you will not be able to select a specific show time. When all of the day’s “World of Color” FASTPASS tickets have been distributed, Grizzly River Run terminals will convert back to distributing Grizzly River Run FASTPASS tickets.

Also available are “World of Color” picnic meals. Beginning June 11, you can reserve your viewing and order a special boxed picnic meal online at disneyland.com or by walk-up purchase, subject to availability, at the Sonoma Terrace, Golden Vine Winery. Picnic meals purchased online will include reserved viewing for the first show and walk up picnics will include reserved viewing for the second show. Tickets and meals will not be available by phone.

The online picnic meals are priced at $14.99. No refunds, exchanges or other discounts. Meal options include “The All American”, “The Taste of Asia”, “The European Antipasto” and “The Mediterranean Vegetarian. The kids options are “The Junior All American), “The Lunchbox Classic” and “The Little Squirt’s Box”.

Prix Fixe “World of Color” Dinners with preferred viewing are at both the newly redesigned Wine Country Trattoria and Ariel’s Grotto restaurants. Current prices are $39.99 for adults and $18.99 for children (ages 3-9) for Wine Country Trattoria. For Ariels Grotto prices are $36.99 for adults and $20.99 for children (ages 3-9). Reservations can be made at 714-781-DINE. Seatings are at specified times and space is limited. No refunds, exchanges or other discounts.

Viewing for “World of Color” can also be seen without a reserved spot. With nearly 1,200 powerful fountains (some shooting 200 feet in the air!), famous Disney and Disney-Pixar characters, favorite Disney music, fire, lasers and storytelling that only Disney can produce, “World of Color,” is a new nighttime spectacular that will raise the bar for after-dark entertainment.

There are many options for tickets including a three-day Southern California Pass.  A one-day, one-park ticket is $62/child and $72/adult.  One day park hopper ticket is $87/child and $97/adult. View specials and ticket options at disneyland.com.

Disneyland, 1600 S. Disneyland Drive, Anaheim (map)

Photo courtesy of Disney Resorts.

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