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Tiana’s Bayou Adventure Opening Date Announced: What to Know


Walt Disney World is crafting the perfect recipe for its newest ride that’s guaranteed to be the bee’s knees! Magic Kingdom Park’s newest Frontierland attraction, Tiana’s Bayou Adventure, is set to open on June 28, 2024.  

This attraction picks up Tiana’s tale following the events of the beloved 2009 film, The Princess and the Frog. In this continuation, Tiana’s aspirations evolve far past her beloved eatery, Tiana’s Place, venturing into Tiana’s Foods – a business that has reimagined an old salt mine into an employee-owned cooperative.

This unique location has transformed into the ideal setting for brand expansion, featuring a boutique farm alongside both a working and teaching kitchen. With Tiana’s Foods, she has introduced an array of new products, including the perfect pairing to her famed gumbo: an original collection of hot sauces.

As a gesture of gratitude towards her friends, family, and the community that supported her entrepreneurial endeavors, our favorite chef turned princess is busy organizing a Mardi Gras celebration. But what’s a party without music? As you embark on this new journey to help Tiana secure a band, you will reunite with familiar faces and meet new friends. It promises to be rich with the storytelling Disney is celebrated for, infused with a dash of New Orleans flair.

The good times start rolling at Tiana’s Bayou Adventure on June 28, 2024!

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About Kelsey Bowyer

Kelsey hails from the land of chocolate, ketchup, and Mister Rogers – known to most as Pennsylvania. Her family’s annual visits to the sunshine state instilled a love of storytelling and theme parks at an early age. In 2015, she packed her bags for the Disney College Program but decided to make this move permanent and call Orlando home. When she is not roaming Orlando’s world-class Theme Parks with her husband, she can be found lost in a book, planning her next vacation, or petting dogs.