The World Premiere of The Lone Ranger will take place at Disneyland’s California Adventure on June 22, 2013. Tickets are on sale for $1,000 and the proceeds are being donated to the American Indian College Fund.
Because Disney is also underwriting the entire cost of the premiere, 100% of the revenues received by the American Indian College Fund for the tickets will be used for scholarships and other support for Native American students.
Here is information in a FAQ format..
(If I buy the $1,000 ticket)
Will I be permitted to walk down the red carpet?
Yes! You will be part of the grand parade of celebrities and guests walking the red carpet down the iconic Hollywood Land in Disney California Adventure park. And since this event will be covered by media from around the world, remember to flash your biggest smile for the cameras!
Will I be able to photograph celebrities or ask them for autographs?
You are welcome to take candid pictures along the carpet and in the theatres.
However, due to time constraints and for the safety, comfort and security of the stars and guests alike, you are not permitted to ask celebrities to sign autographs or pose for individual pictures.
Is there any way for me to participate in this event if I can’t afford a ticket?
Yes! If you purchase an admission ticket to Disney California Adventure park, you can come to the park and witness the exciting arrivals of premiere guests and celebrities while standing on Buena Vista Street and Hollywood Boulevard. However, you will not be able to attend the screening of the film. Park hours for premiere day are 9:00 a.m.- 10:00 p.m.
Are there any discount tickets available?
No, there are not discount tickets available as this event is a fundraiser for the American Indian College Fund. Tickets for the premiere event have been donated by Disney to the American Indian College Fund, which is offering them for sale to the public. Because Disney is also underwriting the entire cost of the premiere, 100% of the revenues received by the American Indian College Fund for the tickets will be used for scholarships and other support for Native American students.
When will I get my tickets?
Tickets will not be mailed! For security reasons, you must pick up your tickets at WILL CALL in front of the main gate on premiere day starting at 5:00 p.m. We must have all ticket holders’ names no later than 10 days prior to the event. A government-issued identification card is required in order to pick up the tickets.
Is the theatre handicapped accessible?
Yes. If you require handicapped seating, please email us with your request and let us know how many people are in your party.
If we are not purchasing Premiere tickets but want to watch the red carpet arrivals, how early can we line up at the gates of the park? What time can we find our spot behind the barriers of the red carpet?
Disney California Adventure park gates open at 9:00 a.m. on June 22. Guests who have an admission ticket to California Adventure park will be able to enter the park and line up behind the barriers of the red carpet if they wish. Space along the red carpet is first-come-first-served and guests are not permitted to save spaces along the carpet. Mickey & Friends Parking Structure will open at 6:30 a.m. on June 22nd for guests to park if they are arriving early to get in at 9:00 a.m. Guests are not encouraged to line up at the Disney California Adventure park Main Gate prior to 7:00 a.m.
What do I get with the purchase of a $1,000 ticket?
Your ticket entitles you to walk the red carpet along with stars, celebrities, filmmakers and other premiere guest. And, of course, you will then be among the first to see the World Premiere of this spectacular motion picture.
Inside the theater, you will receive concessions to enjoy during the film (A Subway sandwich, popcorn and a drink). Then, once the movie is completed, you can play in Cars Land and enjoy World of Color both open exclusively to premiere guests only.
Cars Land is an incredible 12-acre expansion inspired by the Disney·Pixar movie Cars. Get your engines running for 3 brand-new attractions: Radiator Springs Racers, Luigi’s Flying Tires and Mater’s Junkyard Jamboree. World of Color will have a special 11:15 p.m. show. World of Color is an enthralling nighttime spectacular weaving water, color, fire and light into a kaleidoscope of fantasy and imagination. Watch Disney characters come to life on a shimmering veil of mist as more than 1,000 jets of water form fanciful shapes in time to the music.
Are there any hotel rooms set aside for those who purchase tickets?
Everyone who books a ticket is responsible for making their own travel and hotel accommodations.
Are there any age restrictions?
Everyone who attends the premiere must be accompanied by an adult age 18 or older.
How late will the park be open?
Disney California Adventure park will close at 10:00pm. Cars Land and World of Color will remain open for premiere guests until 12:00 am.
Where are my seats?
Everyone will be assigned their premiere seats in the order they purchased tickets.
If you can’t buy a ticket, here’s more information for what guests can expect that day! Included with admission to Disney California Adventure park, all park guests can seek out a spot to witness the arrivals of premiere guests and celebrities along Buena Vista Street and Hollywood Boulevard. Park guests, however, will not attend the screening of the film or the exclusive after party.
Disney California Adventure park hours for premiere day are 9:00 a.m.- 10:00 p.m. Guests who have ticket to the Disney California Adventure park can line up behind the barriers of the red carpet as soon as the park opens, first-come-first-served with no space saving allowed. The Mickey & Friends Parking Structure will open at 6:30 a.m. on June 22nd. Guests are asked to not not line up outside Disney California Adventure prior to 7:00 a.m.
“We’ve had a terrific collaboration with the Native American community throughout the production of Disney’s ‘The Lone Ranger,’” said Alan Horn, Chairman of The Walt Disney Studios. “With the world premiere of this exciting film at hand, we are pleased to commemorate the occasion by supporting the American Indian College Fund.”
Commenting on the premiere event, Tom Staggs, Chairman of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, said, “All of us at Disney Parks are thrilled to host the world premiere of ‘The Lone Ranger’ at Disney California Adventure. Disney brings unforgettable stories and characters to life in our movies and in our parks and resorts, so there’s no better place than Disney California Adventure to start this trailblazing film on its journey.”