Images: ‘Might the 4th’ be with you at a reopened Disneyland

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“Might the 4th” is an unofficial vacation celebrated by Star Wars followers far and vast. The vacation was created by followers and has its roots within the movie and TV collection that sprang from the 1977 George Lucas movie “Star Wars: A New Hope.”

At Disneyland’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, individuals are free to specific their fandom amongst Disney’s costumed workers in addition to a theme park devoted to the films that they love. We despatched our photographer Jay L. Clendenin to seize all of it.

A boy in a Disneyland shirt and R2-D2 hat has a baby Yoda on his shoulder

Bryan Aguayo, 10, of Anaheim walks round Galaxy’s Edge with a Grogu secured to his shoulder.

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A family raises their arms as Chewbacca poses above and behind them for a picture.

A household poses for images with Chewbacca — at a protected (social) distance — at Galaxy’s Edge.

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A woman wears a dress with an R2-D2 design.

Ashley Arewy, 11, from Irvine wears a costume honoring her favourite character.

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A girl in mouse ears watches two stormtrooper characters behind a railing.

A customer retains an eye fixed on a pair of stormtroopers.

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A boy wears a "Mandalorian" T-shirt and BB-8 ears.

Henry Anchordoquy, 5, of Bakersfield reveals off his BB-8 mouse ears and different Star Wars gear.

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Chewbacca stands above and behind a parent and child posing for a photo

A household poses for images with Chewbacca.

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A family poses with hands held up.

One other household demonstrates the facility of the Drive.

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A woman in a baby Yoda mask and shirt holds a purple lightsaber.

Jessica Ramirez of Rialto organized her outfit round her favourite Mandalorian character, Grogu.

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A man in a "Dadalorian" shirt holds a baby in a Star Wars onesie.

Self-proclaimed “Dadalorian” David Stickler carries his 8-month-old son Wesley, in a Star Wars onesie.

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Evelyn Reyes wears a T-shirt with the message, "May The 4th Be With You."

Evelyn Reyes of Fontana has a wonderfully on-theme T-shirt.

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Four family members relax in the shade at Galaxy's Edge

A household takes a break within the shade.

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