This August the D23: The Official Disney Fan Club announces the lineup of the most highly anticipated presentations at D23 EXPO 2015August 14–16. It all starts on Friday Aug 14 with the Disney legends awards ceremony hosted by CEO Bob Iger. Later that same day Disney Animation and Pixar will show off their upcoming projects Zootopia and Finding Dory.  On Saturday morning, The Walt Disney Studios will preview the coming slate of live-action films from Disney such as Alice Through the Looking Glass and The Jungle Book along with the latest from Marvel and Lucasfilm. Then on Saturday afternoon, fans will get a preview of what’s in store at Walt Disney Parks and Resorts during a presentation hosted by Parks Chairman Bob Chapek.

To showcase these Expo favorites, Disney is creating “Hall D23,” a new 7,500-seat venue located in Hall D of the Anaheim Convention Center, so that more guests than ever can see the presentations live and in person.

With Marvel Studios not having an SDCC Hall H presentation this year, D23 could be the place for their fan service moments this year. No word yet on if the publishing side of Marvel will have a presence at D23, but more details about the show are sure to roll in soon.

Tickets for D23 EXPO 2015 are available at a discounted price for a limited time. Until June 30, 2015, tickets are $67 for a one-day adult admission and $48 for children 3–12. Tickets for members of D23: The Official Disney Fan Club are $58 for a one-day adult admission and $42 for children. Multi-day money-saving tickets are also available. D23 Members can save as much as $188 off the price of admission, based on the purchase of four three-day tickets at the D23 Member rate. For more information on tickets and the ticket pricing structure for D23 Members and general admission, visit D23EXPO.com.




  1. No Marvel characters on that poster? Hmm…

    There will also be a cosplay contest!

    There’s another expo at Tokyo Disneyland in November!
    $800 for the E ticket! $30 for the A ticket.
    Looks like some sort of lottery system!
    You sign up ahead of the actual sale date. No queues, web servers, war dialing, ungodly hours…
    You place your request, the lottery takes place a few weeks later, you get your confirmation, you pay.
    There’s a registration fee, but I’m guessing most would pay that to avoid online headaches.

    (And if you think that’s amazing, most convenient stores in Japan have special ticket ATMs where you can reserve and then buy the ticket in the store!

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