Celebrate Star Wars May the 4th with new merch from Disney Parks
May the 4th be with you! For Star Wars Day this year, Disney has shared a huge lineup of new merchandise available now on shopDisney, at Star Wars Galactic Outpost at Disney Springs, and across select locations at Disney’s Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World Resort.
First up, no Star Wars Day would be complete without the traditional May the 4th logo, and this year’s design features a TIE-Fighter pilot and X-wing pilot. This design is available as a shirt and pin.
The newest addition to the Legacy Lightsaber series has arrived, and it’s one that I have personally been waiting to see. Wrapped in an orange cloth and bundled with the Reforged Skywalker lightsaber hilt, General Leia Organa’s lightsaber hilt is available in a limited edition box set of 3,000 — inspired by the final scene of “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.” The box even plays “The Force Theme” when opened.
Two more Spirit Jerseys are calling to you… This time, with one featuring the Star Wars logo with letter designs inspired by fan-favorite characters, and another inspired by R2-D2.
Give in to the Dark Side with a brand-new Mickey Mouse Ear headband designed by Ashley Eckstein and themed to Darth Vader. This accessory is available to pre-order now on shopDisney, and will arrive later this month to Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort.
Collect the latest Disney Parks Wishables series inspired by everyone’s favorite intergalactic way to travel… Star Tours! Each blind bag includes one of four plush that pays homage to the attraction, or you might get lucky and find the “chase” variant.
To celebrate the premiere of “Star Wars: The Bad Batch” on Disney+, Star Wars fans can pick up a new tee and baseball hat inspired by the show.
Those visiting Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland and Walt Disney World can find new cloth plush at Toydarian Toymaker inspired by Dok-Ondar, Darth Maul, and Jar-Jar Binks, as well as a new Loth Cat and Lava Meerkat plush at Creature Stall.
For even more intergalactic fun, guests at Disneyland park can now make reservations for Savi’s Workshop in Galaxy’s Edge to build their own lightsaber.
How are you celebrating May the 4th? Are you spending the day at the parks or at home? Share your plans with us down in the comments!