SACRAMENTO — In anticipation for the opening of “Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge” on May 31, The Disneyland Resort is joining our state lawmakers at the Capitol to commemorate “Star Wars” and May the 4th.
May the fourth officially be with you.
The California Legislature voted Thursday to declare May 4 “Star Wars Day” in recognition of a Disneyland theme park slated to open later this month.
— Office of the Governor of California (@CAgovernor) May 3, 2019
It’s a play on the Star Wars’ phrase “may the force be with you.” The resolution by Democratic Assemblyman Tom Daly says it’s the largest single-site expansion in the park’s history and could generate $14 million in tax revenue for the city of Anaheim annually.
The resolution also recognizes the Walt Disney Company’s “decades-long record of enhancing the quality of life for people in California and beyond.”
A charity group that dresses up as Stormtroopers are at the Capitol and a hot air balloon that looked like Yoda flew outside.