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When you enter this attraction, you step into the fictional G-Force Records recording studio where you’ll see Aerosmith hard at work finishing up a recording session. Steven Tyler will then invite you to an Aerosmith concert. The way you get there? A stretch limousine that goes from 0-60 mph in 2.8 seconds, whips around twists and turns, goes upside down twice, then delivers you to the “concert destination.”
The line for Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster can be very long, so go first thing in the morning or later in the evening. There is a Single Rider line for this attraction which is significantly shorter than the Stand-by Line, but keep in mind, your group will be separated.
We're not alone when we rate this as one of the best rides ever. Lily is still too small to ride, but Leap and Tad are Rock 'n' Roller Coaster fanatics. Going from 0-60 mph in under 3 seconds is a feeling they can't get enough of!
Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster is located on Sunset Boulevard at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The pre-show segment of this attraction lasts about 2 minutes; the duration of the actual coaster is about 1.5 minutes. The coaster is in complete darkness with black lighting so you won’t be able to anticipate upcoming drops or inversions. Children under the age of 7 must ride with an adult.
Each row of the “limousine” has two seats. Each seat has a pull-down shoulder restraint.
Guests must transfer from motorized scooter or ECV to an available wheelchair, then from the wheelchair to the attraction/ride vehicle.
Source: Undercover Tourist
Each "limo" launches from 0-60 mph in 2.8 seconds - similar to the feeling of sitting atop a supersonic F-14 Tomcat as it blasts off the deck of an aircraft carrier. The 3,400-foot-long track is more than a half mile of sudden accelerations, dips, loops and twists and turns.
If you have any loose articles to store, you may want to stop at the lockers near the park entrance. There are no storage compartments in the attraction. Disney's Magical Moments pins with game buttons are designed to interact with this attraction.
Aerosmith worked with Walt Disney Imagineering to create special music for the ride, which they synchronized to 3-D graphics before construction on the roller coaster was completed.
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