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Rock Royalty recently paid a visit to Magic Kingdom. 

Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster

Celebrities have been visiting Disney parks since Disneyland first opened in 1955. From heads of state and Hollywood hotshots to teeny-bop icons and sports figures, all have paid a visit to Disney’s parks and resorts. Recently, a member of one of rock & roll’s most iconic bands took some time off from their tour to visit the Most Magical Place on Earth. 

Ronnie Wood, longtime guitarist for the Rolling Stones, shared a photo on his Instagram account that he and his family recently paid a visit to the Magic Kingdom. 

Source: @RonnieWood Instagram

Wood captioned the post, “Thank you Disney & Mickey @disneyparks @waltdisneyworld, the rides were a tonic! #tron #spacemountain ~ we had a blast you keep me rockin’  #waltdisneyworld”

Wood, who was previously a member of The Faces, has been a member of the Rolling Stones since replacing original guitarist Mick Taylor’s spot in 1975. He and the rest of the band were in town for the Central Florida date of their Hackney Diamonds world tour. 

Amazing night in Florida! Thank you Orlando Special thanks to Tyler Childers for joining on Dead Flowers! pic.twitter.com/ywLfSWqWvS

— The Rolling Stones (@RollingStones) June 4, 2024

The band played at Orlando’s Camping World Stadium on June 3rd, performing the following setlist:

Start Me Up 
Get Off of My Cloud 
It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll (but I Like It)
Angry 
She’s a Rainbow 
Dead Flowers (with Tyler Childers)
Tumbling Dice 
Whole Wide World 
You Can’t Always Get What You Want 
Tell Me Straight 
Little T&A 
Sympathy for the Devil 
Honky Tonk Women 
Miss You 
Gimme Shelter 
Paint It Black 
Jumpin’ Jack Flash 

Encore:

Sweet Sounds of Heaven
 (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction

Tonight the Rolling Stones play Camping World Stadium in Orlando! Let us know if you’ll be at the show pic.twitter.com/OC5QYVYTZl

— The Rolling Stones (@RollingStones) June 3, 2024

While Wood’s photo documented a visit to Magic Kingdom, we kind of hope the rocker and his party were able to pay a visit to Hollywood Studios as well. After all, according to a long-running rumor, the Rolling Stones were one of the bands considered for the Rock ’n’ Roller Coaster — along with U2 — before Disney eventually worked out an agreement with Aerosmith. Of course, he wouldn’t have actually been able to ride the coaster right now, given that it’s still in refurbishment, but hey, not even Ronnie Wood can always get what he wants.

Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster

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