Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show Closing Permanently on April 2nd

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We have some bad news this to share this morning. The Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show will be closing permanently on April 2nd 2016 to make way for the Star Wars Expansion. Several other attractions and restaurants have already closed in Hollywood Studios like Pizza Planet, and 2 Character Meet & Greets.

According to Disney many of the nearby locations around Streets of America will be closing on April 2, 2016 as well. Does this mean Honey, I Shrunk the Kids Movie Set Adventure & Muppets Vision 3D are next?

Only time will tell…

With all these closures does it even warrant a full day at Hollywood Studios? Should Disney lower the cost of Hollywood Studios till all this construction is finished? Let me know in the comment box below.

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4 thoughts on “Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show Closing Permanently on April 2nd

  1. It hasn’t been a full day park in years…If you have early AM extra Magic hours, you can finish the major attractions in a couple of hours

  2. I never got to see this show when I went in 2007, so I won’t be able to miss it. However, this didn’t feel like a “full day” park to me when we went then. Considering Disney’s property, I don’t see why they would need to shut down shows in order to build more, when they have plenty of land around them. Closures should be minimal. I think the question I have would be “how has attendance been for this show?” I do understand that things change and even popular things sometimes have to “wrap up their run”.

  3. Not very likely that you could find enough to do for a full day after the closures you mention. And While it would be a nice gesture to lower the gate prices, I don’t see Bob Iger and staff approving that one.

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