Scaffolding Up Around Guitar at Rock ‘N’ Roller Coaster
MickeyBlog is coming to you LIVE! from Disney’s Hollywood Studios today where we popped by Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster and noticed some construction happening.
Normally the exterior of the attraction looks like the image above with a giant guitar extending across the front entrance.
However, today we noticed that the entire area is now behind scaffolding with scrims covering the guitar.
There’s no word yet on the nature of the work being carried out.
We assume that the work being done is strictly cosmetic and won’t effect the ride itself.
Disney World is doing minor repairs across all four theme parks to get the property in tip top shape for Disney World’s 50th Anniversary which kicks off on October 1st.
At the moment the entire guitar display at the front of the building is shielded from view.
With crowds slightly lower during the month of September, now is a great time for Disney to make changes and updates before the traffic picks up around Disney World’s Anniversary.
The queue was relatively empty when we dropped by this afternoon.
Above you can see that the guitar is still intact, just merely covered.
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