The wonderful worlds Walt conjured continue to influence pop culture in new and exciting ways, too. It's no surprise that creative types with a passion for fashion, film, cosplay, music and alternative forms of self-expression would want to gather at the happiest place on earth. Dapper Day The best-dressed day at Disneyland gloved hands down, Dapper Day sees the park spiff it up and style it out to the nines. While no particular era reference is required, the organizers encourage all looks sophisticated and fashion-forward … or -backward.
Disney World's 'Gay Days' Protested By One Million Moms
Disneyland Paris takes over its gay pride event. Will U.S. parks do the same? - Los Angeles Times
Sure, many people have heard of unofficial Disney events like Dapper Day, the annual gathering of thousands of Disney fans wearing their most stylish retro outfits, and Gay Days, which was organized by fans in and continues to grow. These also may not be "official" Disney events, but they draw lots of like-minded fans to the parks! Here's a list of 8 unofficial days that you might not have heard of before but are worth experiencing at least once. The organizers advise people not to dress up like they belong on a float on Disneyland's new Paint the Night parade, because they could violate the park's rules on attire, but most anything else goes, and attendees can either buy their glow-in-the-dark headbands and other gear at stores before they come to the parks or they can buy it from park vendors. More information is available here. If you're a fan of Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room and all other things tiki, you'll want to make sure you're free this October.
'Magical Pride': Disney to host its first official LGBTQ pride event this year
While you're there, our team of ambassadors are eager to assist you in answering any questions you may have. Gay Days Pool Parties start on Thursday! Come for the day.
Gay Days at Walt Disney World is a loosely organized event where lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender LGBT individuals, their families, friends and supporters go to Walt Disney World on a single day each year. It is held on the first Saturday in June with numerous other events in the area during the preceding week. The first documented event, in June , had 3, gays and lesbians from central Florida going to area theme parks on one day wearing red shirts to make their presence more visible.