Magic Happens

‘Magic Happens’ Debuts in Just One Week Leave a comment

In just one week, the all-new parade “Magic Happens” will debut at Disneyland®Park. You are sure to be delighted by this stunning daytime spectacular! The parade features nine stunning floats, two dozen favorite Disney and Pixar characters, 90 performers with beautiful costumes and energetic new songs composed by Todrick Hall.

Mickey Mouse leads the parade in an all-new costume, gliding on sparkling swirls of magic coming from a 15-foot tall iridescent magical hat. He’s joined by Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, Pluto and Chip ‘n Dale, along with a group of “magic makers.”

Moana journeys down the parade route on her voyager canoe, perched on a towering wave. Your Clients will want to keep an eye on the wave, as they’ll get a dazzling, animated glimpse into the magic the ocean holds. Maui follows Moana on her journey, making is Disneyland®Resort debut.

Miguel appears in person for the first time to celebrate the Disney and Pixar film, “Coco.” This gorgeous float connects the Land of the Living and the Land of the Dead with a bridge or vibrant marigold flowers. Miguel will be strumming his guitar and is joined by fantastical alebrije spirit animals.

Fans of “Frozen 2” will be excited to see the stunning float inspired by the Enchanted Forest, featuring some favorite characters from the movie.

The grand finale of the parade is a regal celebration of magical moments from classic Disney stories. From “Sleeping Beauty,” Aurora dances with Prince Philip, as her dress shimmers between hues of pink and blue. Your Clients will also be able to catch a few of their other favorites closing out the parade – Cinderella with her Fairy Godmother, Tiana and Naveen from “The Princess and the Frog” and Merlin and Arthur from “The Sword in the Stone.”

With the debut just one week away, we can’t wait for your Clients to see this new parade!

Categories: Disneyland Park

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