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Disneyland Paris announces closing date for Rock ’n’ Roller Coaster

by Brittani Tuttle

Disneyland Paris has announced the closing date for Rock ’n’ Roller Coaster starring Aerosmith, which is set to become a high-speed, hyper-kinetic Iron Man attraction.

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This coaster will take its last bow this September at Walt Disney Studios park.

The last day for guests to experience this classic coaster will be Sept. 1, 2019. On Sept. 2, the ride will officially be closed to begin the refurbishment process. The coaster originally opened at Walt Disney Studios Park in 2002.

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The attraction’s re-imagining was originally announced at D23 Expo Japan 2018, and it will be a part of an all-new Marvel-themed land – part of a multi-year development that will be completed in phases starting in 2021.

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Not many other details have been shared on the reimagining of Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster, other than that it will take riders on a high-speed adventure with Iron Man and his fellow Avengers.

You can check out the refurbishment schedule for Disneyland Paris here. Stay tuned to our website for more updates on this upcoming attraction.

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3 comments

Alice January 22, 2020 - 3:37 am

I’m absolutely appalled by this news. I have waited for MONTHS to be seated on the rock and roll rollercoaster, then just to suddenly find out it’s CLOSED. I tear was dragged from my eye in disgrace. I am not a Karen but would like to speak to the manager…

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Zac May 30, 2020 - 6:00 pm

Come on just leave if you need to get over some things I’m sorry but I love Ironman and I can’t wait for it to come. So just don’t worry about it

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Steve September 6, 2021 - 1:47 pm

Oh look, another Marvel land! Cause the one in California is lame as hell, I’m sure this one will Totally be better! Come on Disney, enough with the marvel garbage!!! Leave the comic book crap to Universal.

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