Disneyland Resort President Ken Potrock said in a letter to employees that the event will be offered multiple days a week, though attractions and rides will not reopen due to current state guidelines that has kept the two theme parks largely shuttered since March 14.
“With limited capacity and enhanced health and safety measures in place, guests once again will get to step into a magical Disney environment,” he said in the letter.
Potrock added that Disney, once the county’s largest employer, will bring about 1,000 employees back to work for the event, which comes at the same time as California Adventure’s 20-year anniversary.
The company has yet to disclose the entry cost or other ticket details.
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