From the music of Main Street, U.S.A., at Disneyland Park to the soundtrack of Future World at Epcot, Disney Parks are filled with amazing music that guests can enjoy by listening to Apple Music®* playlists in the Play Disney Parks mobile app – available on Apple devices and now available for AndroidTM devices. With playlists specially curated by Disney on Apple Music and featured in the Play Disney Parks app, guests can listen to fan favorite songs from beloved lands, attractions, characters and more whether at home, on the way to or in the middle of their visit.
With more than 35 unique playlists available, there is something for everyone. Users can download the Play Disney Parks app through either the App Store or Google Play to enjoy on Apple or Android devices. New Apple Music users are able to sign up for a free three-month trial, while current Apple Music subscribers can add their favorite Play Disney Parks playlists to their library today.
“We know that Disney music holds a special place in the hearts of our guests and love being able to offer access to fan favorite songs from our parks and beyond,” said Paul Oppedisano, Vice President of Premium Services at Walt Disney World Resort.
Play Disney Parks launched in 2018 to bring to life unique interactive experiences for guests of all ages through a range of activities including themed games, Disney trivia, digital achievements, music and more – whether they are playing on Main Street, U.S.A. or in line at beloved attractions. Developed as a partnership between Walt Disney Imagineering and Disney Parks, Experiences and Products Technology & Digital, Play Disney Parks was designed for families and guests to enjoy together, with group play options that enable everyone to join in on the fun while staying fully engaged in the immersive environments of Disney parks.
The Play Disney Parks app is continuing to grow and evolve with new experiences and offerings at Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort, including the eagerly anticipated Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, opening at Disneyland Resort in California on May 31, and at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida on August 29. For the latest updates, follow the dedicated Play Disney Parks app pages – Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort – as well as the #PlayDisneyParks hashtag on social media.
Available for iPhone® and smartphones for Android™.
Message, data and roaming rates may apply. Availability subject to handset limitations, and features may vary by handset, service provider or otherwise. Coverage and app stores not available everywhere. Music streaming feature requires an Apple Music subscription. Separate Apple Music terms and conditions apply. Subscription plan renews automatically after trial. If you’re under 18, get your parents’ permission first.
Some features require separate theme park admission.
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