Country Bear Jamboree Disney World Performance Details

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Country Bear Jamboree Disney World is a beautiful country music show featuring audio-animatronic animals. The ride showcases the lead bear, Big Al, and other popular animals. It is an entertaining show that makes you laugh spontaneously.

You will find country bears in the Grizzly Hall of the Country Bear Jamboree Disney World ride for your entertainment. The attraction is theatre style and contains audio-animatronic characters. The bear music will have you stomping your feet and clapping your hands in no down.

The ride is located in between Pecos Bill Cafe and Frontierland Shootin’ Gallery.

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AccessibilityCan remain in a wheelchair

Disney World Country Bear Jamboree

You will come across a sign just outside the Grizzly Hall. It displays the time left for the next ride. Once you move up the queue, you enter a comfortable waiting area. It supports air-conditioning to beat the heat outside.

The Grizzly Hall will offer you eleven minutes of country music and will have bears, a buffalo, a buck, a raccoon, and a moose entertaining you.

The guests will only be able to see the head of the greeters. This is because their bodies are mounted on the wall. The greeters are Max, Melvin, and Buff the buck, moose, and buffalo, respectively.

The emcee bear is Henry. The other bears are Liverlips Mcgrowl, Bubbles, Wendell, Big Al, Beulah, Teddi Beara, Trixie, and the Five Bear Rugs. These country bear jamboree characters entertain you with the jolliest of country music you’ll ever hear.

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Show logistics of Country Bear Jamboree Disney World

Country Bear Jamboree Disneyland appeals to an audience of all age groups. This Disney attraction is great for beating the heat and having a fun time.

The theatre for this supports air-conditioning. Additionally, one does have to wait for long for entry here. The wait time is usually under 15 minutes.

Characters and Kids

The bears are a common sight on Frontierland. Guests need to keep an eye out for Frontierland Hoedown. This is when all the characters and the bears come out to dance with the people.

Country Bear Jamboree Disney World

Food

The Country Bear Jamboree ends at Pecos Bill’s Cafe. It serves salads, burgers, fajitas, and other delicious edibles.

Shopping

Right across the Country Bear Jamboree is Big Al’s. It sells official Disney merchandise, some souvenirs, and coonskin caps. Guests may also find pins or shirts with country bears on them.

Interesting facts on Country Bear Jamboree

This was one of the last Disney attractions Walt Disney himself helped plan. This attraction was originally for Mineral King, California, a ski resort. However, it was never built there.

A Country Bear Christmas Special started from December 19, 1984. This show brought new sets, costumes, and decorations. This Christmas Special last occurred in the year 2006.

In 1986 May, the Country Bear Jamboree was replaced by the Country Bear Vacation Hoedown. However, soon after (within six years), the original show made a comeback.

The Country Bear Jamboree was one of the first attractions to open at Disney World, Disneyland, and Tokyo Disneyland subsequently at the same time.

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The sponsor for the original show was Frito Lay and Pepsi Cola. Thurl Ravenscroft was the voice for Buff the Buffalo, Big Al, and Tex Ritter.

Country Bear Jamboree Disney World

The Country Bear Jamboree Disney World released its first movie in 2002. The characters here inspired the film. The show was refurbished in October 2012, and after its relaunch, five minutes had been trimmed for the performance. Guests can also buy a Country Bear Jamboree album. This album released in 1971 when the attraction first opened in Magic Kingdom.

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