Rock this way over to Disney’s Hollywood Studios to take a ride on the Rock ‘N’ Roller Coaster. This indoor coaster has been propelling guests from 0-60 mph in just over 2.8 seconds. A stretch limo has chauffeured guests through Los Angeles for 20 years now. During this ride, you will rock out to none other than the famous rock band Aerosmith as you twist and turn through the streets on this high-speed ride.
To celebrate the 20-year long run, Disney has come out with new exclusive anniversary merchandise to commemorate the occasion. Here is a look at the merchandise fit for all of you Rock Stars at heart.
Rock out in these ride inspired tanks and tees that have Mickey playing his heart out. The all-access date, July 29, 1999, adds a nice touch for the date this tour began. These black tees showcase the 2oth Anniversary in all its glory in rockstar style.
In addition, there is a collection of guitar picks perfect for all your guitar strumming needs. Last but not least a new limited edition commemorative pin to honor the rides 20-year success. It will remind you of the entrance of Rock ‘N’ Roller Coaster as you walk under the suspended blue stretch limo above your head.
You can find this merchandise at the Rock around the Shop at the exit of Rock ‘N’ Roller Coaster, or at Once Upon a Time both in Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Get them while they last this stuff is the hottest ticket in town!
What’s your favorite new rockin’ item? Comment below and share your best memories with @ChipandCo of Rock ‘N’ Roller Coaster over the years!
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