Disney World Announces Dates for Tiana's Bayou Adventure Passholder Previews

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Tiana's Bayou Adventure preview
Posted: Tuesday May 14, 2024 8:51am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Disney has announced the early Annual Passholder preview dates for Tiana's Bayou Adventure at Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World.

The previews will take place on June 13, 14, 16, 17, 18, and 20, 2024. To participate, Passholders must make a park reservation and join a virtual queue on the day of the preview via the My Disney Experience app, with opportunities to join at 7:00 am and 1:00 pm each day.

Tiana's Bayou Adventure Annual Passholder Preview Dates

Passholder previews will take place at Magic Kingdom park on June 13, 14, 16, 17, 18 and 20.

Park Reservations & Virtual Queue Required

A virtual queue will be in place for Annual Passholder previews of Tiana's Bayou Adventure. Here's how it works.

First, make a park reservation to Magic Kingdom park on a preview date to have the opportunity to join the 7:00 am virtual queue for that day. Or, you can make a park reservation to any theme park on a preview date to have the opportunity to join the 1:00 pm virtual queue.

On the date of your reservation, request to join the virtual queue by using the My Disney Experience app. There will be 2 opportunities to join each day of previews.

The 7:00 am virtual queue will be available to Passholders with a park reservation to Magic Kingdom park for that day.

The 1:00 pm virtual queue will be available to Passholders with a park reservation to any theme park for that day. As a reminder, Passholders must enter the theme park where they have a reservation prior to visiting Magic Kingdom park. Or, on June 13, 14, 17, 18 or 20, they can enter Magic Kingdom park without a reservation after 2:00 PM.

Passholders do not need to have entered a theme park when they request to join the virtual queue.

Important Information

Passholders must have a Walt Disney World Resort Annual Pass with valid admission on the preview date. Applicable pass blockout dates apply. Park reservations are limited and subject to availability.

Each Passholder can request to join a virtual queue no more than once per day.

Passholders may hold boarding groups for the preview virtual queue and an attraction virtual queue at the same time, when available.

Joining the virtual queue does not guarantee the ability to participate in the preview. Boarding groups for a virtual queue are limited, subject to availability and are not guaranteed. Not all boarding groups may be called to return, based on availability of the attraction. Learn more about virtual queues.

Offering, dates and hours are subject to change or cancellation without notice or liability

Tiana's Bayou Adventure officially opens to all guests at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom on June 28, 2024.

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Brer Oswald33 minutes ago

The trees are the best part of the new image. I don’t think it’s bad that they’re reused.

wishesnighttimespec2 hours ago

The art here looks amazing in golden book style

Dan Deesnee2 hours ago

Wow those pics from the article look absolutely terrible. Hoping the ride turns out better than what was shown.

George2 hours ago

Well, if the bayou was 5 miles across and the frog had a torso diameter of 7 miles, the frog would overhang the bayou by a full mile on two sides! This seems unlikely. However, if the volume of the of the bayou was 1e12 cubic feet (used Bartholomew Bayou and assumed an average depth of 2 feet) and the volume of the average bull frog was ~ 0.02 cubic feet (calculated in two ways, 0.5 feet *0.2 feet * 0.2 feet or 17 oz (typical bull frog weight) to cubic feet, these are both rough approximations that don't take into account specifics of the bullfrog shape or the bullfrog's specific density). Anyway, that would imply that the maximum number of bullfrogs in the bayou would be 5e13 and that no more would fit. That's a LOT of frogs. However. it does assume that the frogs are packed in the tightest formation possible. A closest froggy packing structure if you will. So, I would say something like 1e13 would be the actual max number of frogs in this particular bayou and no more would fit. So, the implication is that unfortunately there will be a maximum number of that would fit in Tiana's bayou. Another thing that is not taken into account, is that an attraction actually used the maximum number of frogs (sculptures and animatronics in this case) would probably alienate people who had frog phobias or people who wanted to see main characters from the movie. However, the characters could appear many times in frog form, but this would be weird for all but one character. Even then, you'd have to be at the correct point on the story timeline.

Disstevefan13 hours ago

Iger would never do that, but I heard he green lit a project theming a ride to Xi Jinping , his favorite leader. ;)

Incomudro3 hours ago

I didn't, and haven't been. Did you read my last line?

pigglewiggle3 hours ago

Majority of people who will eventually go on this ride (after it calms down) aren't Disney Parks super fans, let alone Splash Mountain superfans, such as those on this site. They will not notice or care that the trees have been reused from Splash Mountain. The two pictures side by side, Tiana's ride is actually more visually appealing. Can't comment on animatronic emptiness as we really haven't seen anything yet.

ToTBellHop4 hours ago

Oooh lucky page number

Starship8244 hours ago

Oh no

Brer Panther5 hours ago

D'oh. Sorry about that.

SilentWindODoom10 hours ago

Fishing is allowed in Louisiana bayous. They sound too blue to fly.

MisterPenguin10 hours ago

Damn Whip-poor-wills!!

Brer Oswald12 hours ago

So they replaced the no fishing sign with a hidden static armadillo? Personally I’d take the sign. It stood out more, and the armadillo is much uglier.

bwr82712 hours ago

Oh this is it! Love it, well done.