On April 4, Disney will open the gates for the general public to experience TRON Lightcycle / Run for the first time. Disney fans have been waiting years to experience this thrilling attraction, and the time is almost here to enter the Grid.
As announced today by Disney, there are a few things Guests must keep in mind when trying to ride this attraction. As a standby queue will not be available, riders will need to access the My Disney Experience App to register for a place in the virtual queue.
Here is the full announcement on what Guests can expect from the virtual queue experience:
Each Guest can request to enter the virtual queue no more than once per day during regular park hours.
Guests must have valid admission and a theme park reservation to join the virtual queue. There will be 2 daily opportunities to request to join the virtual queue for TRON Lightcycle / Run:
- 7:00 AM (Guests do not need to be in the park when they join, but must have a theme park reservation for Magic Kingdom park)
- 1:00 PM (Guests must be in Magic Kingdom park to join the virtual queue)
Extended Evening Theme Park Hours
An additional opportunity to request to join the virtual queue will be available at 6:00 PM on select dates during extended evening theme park hours––a benefit for registered Guests staying at a Disney Deluxe Resort, Disney Deluxe Villa Resort or other select hotels. Guests with this benefit do not need to be in Magic Kingdom park to request to join at that time.
These Guests will need valid admission and a theme park reservation for the same park on the same day to experience extended evening hours—or they may experience extended evening hours if they have a ticket or Annual Pass with the Park Hopper option and first enter the park for which they made their reservation.
TRON Lightcycle / Run can also be accessed with the purchase of an Individual Lightning Lane pass. Lightning Lane entry purchases are limited in availability, are subject to change or closure, may vary by date and are not guaranteed.