The opening of Mickey and Minnie's Runaway Railway has been pushed back to spring 2020, leaving Disney's Hollywood Studios without a ride that could have diverted some guests away from Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge.
Dubbed the tallest launch coaster in Florida, the 150-foot-tall Tigris includes three launches and hits a top speed of 62 miles per hour.
Disney's Hollywood Studios opened on May 1, 1989 as Disney-MGM Studios, and has some special offerings planned for its 30th anniversary.
One-day tickets for the busiest days of the year will now cost $135 per adult, while multi-day tickets increased by $10 across the board.
Major theme parks in the region are required to report injuries or illnesses that require at least a 24-hour hospital stay as part of an agreement to avoid state inspections.
Long expected to be a part of the ride, the Fluffy animatronic shows how the new coaster differs from recent Universal additions that have been dominated by screens.