Disneyland is a place where dreams come true, and influencers have perfected the art of capturing those magical moments.
Disneyland Resort is known as “The Happiest Place on Earth.” However, Guests fighting, cutting in lines, recording or talking during attractions, yelling at Cast Members, and much more can ruin “Disney Magic” for others around them.
Disneyland Resort is home to two theme parks: Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park. Each Disney Park includes different attractions and shows and lands Guests can explore and experience.
With all these exciting attractions and shows, Disneyland influencers head to Disney to show their followers about the wonders of Disney. Influencers at Disneyland not only showcase the Park’s attractions but also inspire their followers to embark on their own magical adventures. By sharing travel tips, recommendations for accommodations, dining experiences, and lesser-known gems within the Park, influencers become trusted guides, helping their audience make the most of their Disneyland experience. From families planning their first visit to Disney enthusiasts looking for hidden secrets, influencers provide valuable insights and recommendations that enhance the overall experience. However, some Guests feel like influencers ruin the Disney Magic.
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In a social media post, A Disneyland Guest saw their first live-streamer at Disneyland. This streamer was filming Alice in Wonderland with a blank expression coming from his face and he wasn’t looking at anything just blankly at his phone. This Guest said since seeing him was strange since he was completely numb to the Park that is bringing Guests in beaming with joy. This Guests added that is was sad watching him.
“I saw my first live streamer a few months ago when I went with my parents and girlfriend. This dude was in his 30’s or 40’s getting on Alice in Wonderland alone with the most blank expression on his face, cords going from his phone into his backpack. He wasn’t looking at anything, just blankly at his phone responding to people.
Seeing this dude running on autopilot, filling in a weird niche crack left in the pavement of Capitalism, completely numb to this park that is bringing joy to everybody around him, sitting motionless in a small yellow caterpillar by himself, staring at his device emotionless while typing in emojis that he doesn’t feel to boost his viewers’ archetypal happiness of his surroundings – it was one of the saddest things I’ve ever seen.”
Social media influencers are often considered modern-day ambassadors, and Disneyland is no exception. These individuals use their online platforms to showcase the enchantment and wonder of the Parks, sharing their experiences with their followers. From magical meet-and-greets with beloved characters to thrilling rides and awe-inspiring shows, influencers bring Disneyland to life, creating a sense of longing and excitement for their audience.
Do you think Disney influencers are causing trouble at Disney Parks?