Star Wars Celebration 2017 Orlando What is Star Wars Celebration? The official Star Wars convention of fans and pros – get ready for Star Wars Celebration 2019! Star Wars Droids (07:54) Cosplay (06:19), LEGO (01:20), Hot Wheels (02:31). #StarWarsCelebration Orlando 2017 was held before the release of the Last Jedi (Star Wars Celebration 2019 will be in Chicago.) It was a phenomenal event. This video is all about the floor and the fans. See Star Wars cosplay, R2D2 BB-8 Chopper Batman R2KT and different kinds of droids, Star Wars toys and real cars (04:34), #legostarwars giant Millennium Falcon, character statues and kits, artwork, models …. all here and more for the 40th anniversary of Star Wars. Share this video with your #starwars friends and family and make a plan for #starwarscelebration 2019 in Chicago.
Sounds are Star Wars music, r2d2 sounds, droids, the Planets, and lots of fans in the background.
Mandalorian Mercs at Star Wars Celebration:
In this video, jump to:
Star Wars LEGO –
Star Wars Hot Wheels – Diorama Workshop Death Star Trench Run –
Scenes from the movies and displays –
Droids – R2D2, BB-8, Chopper, R2KT, R5d4, mouse droids –
Some of the special droids we see very briefly …
Boba Fett R2
Minions droid for just a couple of seconds
So many to thank – the fans and fan groups. the Droid builders, Diorama Workshop for the Death Star trench run, 501st, Rebel Alliance, Mandalorian Mercs, everyone who built the sets and props, all the cosplayers, all the presenters, the people of Lucasfilms, Disney, ReedPop, and the Orlando Convention Center staff. Thank you.
With special thanks to S.C., our guide to all things Star Wars Celebration.
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Sound: Ambient event sound with Star Wars theme by John Williams
Movement I of “The Planets” by Gustav Holst, Mars, The Bringer Of War. Performed by the U.S. Air Force Band in a transcription by Merlin Patterson, edited by Capt. Lang and MSgt Aldo Forte
Movement III of “The Planets” by Gustav Holst, Mercury, the Winged Messenger. Performed by the U.S. Air Force Heritage of America Band in a transcription by Merlin Patterson, edited by Capt. Lang and MSgt Aldo Forte
(public domain from wikimedia)
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