Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge is set to open at both Disneyland and Walt Disney World in 2019.
To hype up the park, Disney has released a video teasing the score that promises a world of adventure for guests.
Another exciting announcement about the park is that John Williams, who has composed all the scores in the saga minus Rogue One: A Star Wars Story will be crafting all-new music that will be heard throughout the 14-acre park.
The site describes that "visitors will begin the experience by firing up the engines of Han Solo’s 'fastest ship in the galaxy' for a daring escape from Batuu, the remote trading world that serves as the theme park’s home base" and adds "guests can take on one of three different duties to make sure the mission is a success."
Star Wars: Disney Releases Trailers Teasing Galaxy's Edge Rides By Patrick Cavanaugh - November 17, 2018 Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge looks to be the most immersive attraction Star Wars fans can experience, with the attraction debuting a new look at upcoming experiences.
Disney World is looking to fully immerse guests in the Star Wars universe.
Chairman of Walt Disney Parks & Resorts Bob Chapek said “From the second you arrive, you will become a part of a Star Wars story.
The home video release of Solo: A Star Wars Story brought with it a featurette that shed more light on what guests could expect from the Falcon experience.
The highly anticipated theme park aims at bringing the galaxy to life for crowds of adoring fans, and will hopefully be worth the endless lines that will ensue to get on a ride or grab a drink at the cantina.
Related: Disturbing Star Wars 9 Theory Examines the Dark Fate of Rey's Parents If that wasn't enough, Disney also previewed John Williams' new score for Star Wars Galaxy's Edge.
Yesterday, Lucasfilm gave us a Thanksgiving treat in the form of new John Williams music and two ride previews from the upcoming Galaxy’s Edge, a.k.a. Star Wars Land.
In addition to the shuttle pod transportation, Disney took time to preview two new rides that are going to be at both the California and Florida theme parks.
The park, much like Wizarding World at Universal, is set in a very specific locations of the galaxy, on the planet Batuu.
Disneyland in California will open its Star Wars Galaxy's Edge this summer, but it will not have the fully immersive hotel experience that Disney World will have.
The addition of the Star Wars area of the park also brings alcohol to the main Disneyland and Disney World parks for the very first time.