It’s official. In California, May the Fourth is now Star Wars Day. All of this coincides with the opening of the new Galaxy’s Edge area in Disneyland Park at Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California.
According to the resolution text, the city of Anaheim (where Disneyland is located) will enjoy an added $14 million in tax revenue per year as a result of the upcoming theme park, which also created over 5,000 temporary jobs and over 1,000 permanent ones. The Disneyland location of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opens its doors May 31; the Disney World location in Orlando, meanwhile, goes live on Aug. 29.
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