Disneyland Resort President Ken Potrock announced the plan Monday in a letter to workers sent in honor of California Adventure’s 20th anniversary.
“With limited capacity and enhanced health and safety measures in place, Guests once again will get to step into a magical Disney environment — an environment that will provide memorable and fun experiences our guests are craving,” Potrock said.
The ticketed events are expected to take place multiple days a week beginning in mid-March.
Potrock called the California Adventure Park limited reopening a “very special opportunity … that speaks to our top priorities: getting more Cast Members back to work and engaging with our guests in different and relevant ways.”
Disney stock closed at $190 per share, up roughly 5% Monday.