Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Now Closed Until Summer at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

    Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster is now closed for routine maintenance at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. According to Disney World, the refurbishment will be a lengthy one, with the attraction reopening sometime this summer.

    Starting on January 8, 2024, Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith will be closed for routine refurbishment. This attraction is planned to reopen in summer 2024.
    Disney World website

    Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster went through a lengthy refurbishment last year too, closing on February 21st and reopening May 26th for a soft opening, and officially reopening on May 30th. During the nearly 100-day refurbishment, crews reportedly worked on the ride system and repainted many of the sets. The work in 2023 was reportedly focused on the launch system, while work this year may focus on the end of the ride and brake runs.

    While there were rumors about a retheme of the attraction during last year’s refurbishment, the rumor mill is quiet this year. When we asked Disney about a possible retheme, a spokesperson said that the work is for a “routine refurbishment”.

    A summer 2024 reopening date has not yet been announced.

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