'WORLD OF COLOR' -- Lights, water, music, fire and animation come together like never before in ÒWorld of ColorÓ at Disney California Adventure park in Anaheim, Calif. The show combines nearly 1,200 powerful fountains with heights that range from 30 feet to 200 feet in the air, dazzling colors and a kaleidoscope of audio and visual effects, including both classic and new animation projected on one of the worldÕs largest projected water screens Ñ a wall of water 380 feet wide by 50 feet high for a projection surface of 19,000 square feet . Presented on Paradise Bay in Disney California Adventure park, ÒWorld of ColorÓ is a major milestone in the multi-year expansion of the park. (Paul Hiffmeyer/Disneyland)

Fantasmic and World of Color Being Added to Digital FastPass Through MaxPass at Disneyland Resort

Soon, guests looking to experience Fantasmic! and World of Color at the Disneyland Resort will be able to skip the process of obtaining paper FastPass tickets to see the shows.

In the coming weeks, both shows (well, World of Color whenever it actually returns) will begin offering digital FastPass reservations that can be booked inside the Disneyland App if you have MaxPass. Currently, both shows require guests obtain physical FastPass tickets at kiosks inside of the parks. This will continue to be offered in addition to the digital service once it launches.

Just like the paper FastPass tickets, these digital FastPass reservations for nighttime shows will not count against the booking of any attraction FastPass reservations.

No launch date has been set for these digital FastPasses and Disney has yet to announce the service for Fantasmic! or World of Color.

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Sherri Stone
Sherri Stone
2 years ago

How come lately all the news is about Disneyland? Did Disneyworld fall off the map? Is all the new merchandise just in California? Is all the Halloween treats just sold on California?