Disney Reveals New 100 Years of Wonder Logo

Disney 100 Years of Wonder

During Destination D23 this morning at Disney’s Contemporary Resort, Disney revealed the brand new logo for the 100th anniversary celebration of the Walt Disney Company.

The celebration will be called the “100 Years of Wonder” and will take place at Disney parks and other locations around the country and around the world with special events, exhibitions, brand new experiences and more.

“100 Years of Wonder” will kick off in 2022 and will run throughout 2023. (The Walt Disney Company was founded on October 16, 2023 in Los Angeles, CA.)

Here is the first look at the logo as seen by fans in attendance at Destination D23 this morning:

Credit: Disney

During this morning’s Destination D23 programming, we also learned that more details on the 100th anniversary celebration will be shared throughout 2022, with exclusive first looks at different components of the celebration being revealed at the 2022 D23 EXPO.

Next year’s D23 EXPO will take place September 9-11, 2022 at the Anaheim Convention Center near the Disneyland Resort. Tickets will go on sale beginning January 20, 2022, and there will be a discount available for D23 Gold Members.

Credit: Disney

Earlier this week, we also shared the news of D23’s 2022 lineup of events, which will feature the return of many fan-favorite in person events around the country with advance film screenings, tours of the Walt Disney Studios, the Walt Disney Archives, a visit to Walt’s hometown of Marceline, MO, and more.

Additional announcements from Destination D23 so far include upcoming anniversaries at Disney parks around the world, first looks at live performances coming to Disney Cruise Line, behind-the-scenes looks at new attractions coming to the redesign of EPCOT and so much more.

We will continue to cover all of the latest news out of this weekend’s D23 festivities and new announcements as we have them here on Disney Fanatic.

About Brittany DiCologero

Brittany is a New England-based writer focused on the history of the Walt Disney World Resort. She is the author of "Red, White, and Disney: The Myths and Reality of American History at the Walt Disney World Resort," and "Brittany Earns Her Ears."

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