Visitors to Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge will be treated to Coca-Cola bottles with designs exclusive to the park.
News of Coca-Cola's partnership with Galaxy's Edge was announced at Star Wars Celebration in Chicago. The official Star Wars Twitter then released a video showcasing the new products. The packages are orbs bearing an uncanny resemblance to the series' thermal detonators. The label on the packaging will be translated into Aurebesh, a language spoken within the world of Star Wars.
Coming soon to a galaxy near you: specially designed @CocaColaCo bottles will be available exclusively at @StarWars: #GalaxysEdge beginning May 31 @Disneyland and August 29 @WaltDisneyWorld! https://t.co/tGGrNbpnCg pic.twitter.com/PARP1JYyl2— Star Wars (@starwars) April 13, 2019
SWCC has seen a lot of news about the galaxy far, far away revealed, including the first trailer and title reveal for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. That trailer teased the return of Emperor Palpatine, who seemingly died at the end of Return of the Jedi. The conference also revealed a time jump between The Last Jedi and The Rise of Skywalker.
Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge in Disneyland will open ahead of schedule on May 31, with the Galaxy's Edge featured in Disney World launching three months later on August 29. The park will feature new music from series composer John Williams.