This week at Walt Disney World, new entertainment options pop up at Disney's Animal Kingdom and the Magic Kingdom, Toy Story Land inches closer to opening, plus Epcot expands its holiday offerings! 

Outside Walt Disney World, free beer comes back to Busch Gardens, a new game show taping is announced for the summer at Universal, plus SeaWorld Orlando brings back a popular event! 

1. Donald's Dino-Bash opens at Disney's Animal Kingdom

2. Incredible Tomorrowland Expo kicks off at Magic Kingdom

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This week the Magic Kingdom also kicked off its Incredible Tomorrowland Expo, which will bring several limited-time activities to this area of the park, inlcuding a dance party at the Rockettower Plaza Stage featuring characters like Mr. Incredible, Elastigirl, Frozone and Edna Mode dancing along to popular songs and performing variety acts. In addition, little ones can participate in the Jack-Jack Diaper Dash at noon daily which is a crawling race just for infants. Guests who visit Tomorrowland this summer will also find special Incredibles-themed photo backdrops near the Carousel of Progress, Space Mountain and Cool Ship.

This limited-time event is happening now at the Magic Kingdom but will only be sticking around through September 3rd. 

3. Fall 2019 confirmed as opening date for Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge 

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Though it had been rumored for awhile, it was confirmed this week that Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge will be entering its final phases of construction soon, and is on track to open in late 2019, which means we are just over a year away form the debut of what could be the biggest opening of all time at Walt Disney World!


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