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Plaza de la Familia

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PLAZA DE LA FAMILIA (ANAHEIM, Calif.) — As park guests anticipate the premiere of the new Disney•Pixar film “Coco,” they will discover Plaza de la Familia, A Celebration of “Coco” and the Everlasting Bonds of Family. The immersive celebration includes enchanting storytelling, live entertainment with folklórico dancers and mariachi musicians, as well as interactive experiences and a delicious new menu of Mexican dishes. (Joshua Sudock/ Disneyland Resort) PLAZA DE LA FAMILIA (ANAHEIM, Calif.) — As park guests anticipate the premiere of the new Disney•Pixar film “Coco,” they will discover Plaza de la Familia, A Celebration of “Coco” and the Everlasting Bonds of Family. The immersive celebration includes enchanting storytelling, live entertainment with folklórico dancers and mariachi musicians, as well as interactive experiences and a delicious new menu of Mexican dishes. (Joshua Sudock/ Disneyland Resort) PLAZA DE LA FAMILIA (ANAHEIM, Calif.) — This fall and winter, guests at Disney California Adventure Park will discover Plaza de la Familia, A Celebration of “Coco” and the Everlasting Bonds of Family, a new seasonal experience that celebrates family bonds and the upcoming Disney•Pixar film “Coco.” As a part of the celebration, Guests are invited to take commemorative photos in front of the iconic Mexican Tree of Life, or “Árbol de la Vida.” The Tree of Life at Plaza de la Familia celebrates the everlasting bonds of family and friends. (Joshua Sudock/ Disneyland Resort) PLAZA DE LA FAMILIA (ANAHEIM, Calif.) — Guests will be introduced to the story of “Coco” with a festive show, A Musical Celebration of Coco, featuring dance and musical performances by the Storytellers of Plaza de la Familia. The musical gathering features a charming storyteller and a lively group of singers and folklórico dancers dressed in beautiful costumes accompanied by the Grammy® Award-winning Mariachi Divas. (Joshua Sudock/ Disneyland Resort) PLAZA DE LA FAMILIA (ANAHEIM, Calif.) — As park guests anticipate the premiere of the new Disney•Pixar film “Coco,” they will discover Plaza de la Familia, A Celebration of “Coco” and the Everlasting Bonds of Family. The World of Coco exhibit introduces guests to the characters and locations of the Disney•Pixar film “Coco.” The immersive exhibition features framed animation images that reveal the Land of the Living and Land of the Dead. Guests also will encounter a three-dimensional “ofrenda” inspired by the remembrance altar seen in “Coco.” (Joshua Sudock/ Disneyland Resort) PLAZA DE LA FAMILIA (ANAHEIM, Calif.) — As park guests anticipate the premiere of the new Disney•Pixar film “Coco,” they will discover Plaza de la Familia, A Celebration of “Coco” and the Everlasting Bonds of Family. The World of Coco exhibit introduces guests to the characters and locations of the Disney•Pixar film “Coco.” The immersive exhibition features framed animation images that reveal the Land of the Living and Land of the Dead. Guests also will encounter a three-dimensional “ofrenda” inspired by the remembrance altar seen in “Coco.” (Joshua Sudock/ Disneyland Resort) PLAZA DE LA FAMILIA (ANAHEIM, Calif.) — As park guests anticipate the premiere of the new Disney•Pixar film “Coco,” they will discover Plaza de la Familia, A Celebration of “Coco” and the Everlasting Bonds of Family. The World of Coco exhibit introduces guests to the characters and locations of the Disney•Pixar film “Coco.” The immersive exhibition features framed animation images that reveal the Land of the Living and Land of the Dead. Guests also will encounter a three-dimensional “ofrenda” inspired by the remembrance altar seen in “Coco.” (Joshua Sudock/ Disneyland Resort) PLAZA DE LA FAMILIA (ANAHEIM, Calif.) — As park guests anticipate the premiere of the new Disney•Pixar film “Coco,” they will discover Plaza de la Familia, A Celebration of “Coco” and the Everlasting Bonds of Family. The World of Coco exhibit introduces guests to the characters and locations of the Disney•Pixar film “Coco.” The immersive exhibition features framed animation images that reveal the Land of the Living and Land of the Dead. Guests also will encounter a three-dimensional “ofrenda” inspired by the remembrance altar seen in “Coco.” (Joshua Sudock/ Disneyland Resort)

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