The Bands That Would CHANGE Rock ‘N’ Roller Coaster at Disney World

Alright, all Rock ‘N’ Roller Coaster fans, raise your hands. 🙋‍♀️

Rock ‘N Rollercoaster

We love this ride, even when it breaks down sometimes (and we’ve seen it break down a lot this year). Aerosmith has been the star of the ride ever since it opened but after Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind opened with rotating and changing songs, some guests wondered what the ride would be like if the music changed on this iconic ride. We asked our readers what band they would like to see replace Aerosmith, and we’ve got the top answers right here! 

Lots of you have opinions on this — we got over a thousand comments on our Facebook post!  We found your top 6 answers, starting with AC/DC. Many readers shared that this iconic band would be a great replacement for Aerosmith, as the band is still making music, having released their most recent album in 2020.


Other readers suggested that Metallica would be a great replacement. The band was formed in 1981, and 3 of its 4 members are the founding musicians or longtime bandmates. The band is also still performing live, meaning they could likely record what Disney would need to add them to the ride.


Queen was also a popular response among our readers, as the band, founded in 1970, is also still touring with the 3 surviving members and Adam Lambert, who has filled the late Freddie Mercury’s spot in the band since 2011.


A more recent band suggested was Imagine Dragons, who formed in 2008. All the members of the band are younger, in their 30s, which means they would likely mostly appeal to teens, young adults, and millennials.

©Imagine Dragons

Powerline was also a popular suggestion from our readers! Now, Powerline isn’t actually a real-life band, he’s a popular singer that Max Goof idolizes in the 1995 film A Goofy Movie. Replacing Aerosmith with him certainly would make the ride more Disney-centered!


Lastly, by far the most popular suggestion was…not changing a thing! Countless readers shared their love of Aerosmith being attached to the ride, and don’t want it to change. Getting a new track and pre-show certainly would be something to get used to!

Let’s rock ‘n’ roll!

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6 Replies to “The Bands That Would CHANGE Rock ‘N’ Roller Coaster at Disney World”

  1. I think they should just change the beginning trailer to something different and change the song, but how can you change Aerosmith… They are the rock and roll rollercoaster…
    But if you have to… How about the Rolling Stones???

  2. Even though Dusty Hill has died, I think ZZ Top would be great. But I would keep Aerosmith as long as possible.