BREAKING: Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade: DreamLights Returning November 1st

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After months of speculation and off-and-on rehearsals, we finally have confirmation that Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade: DreamLights will return to the streets of Tokyo Disneyland starting November 1st!


This will be the first nighttime parade to return to a Disney resort after COVID-19. Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade: DreamLights has been on hiatus since the Tokyo Disney Resort closed on February 28, 2020, ending a 19 month-long absence, and is another step towards normality for the resort. Entertainment has been slow to return, with Dreaming Up! resuming performances back in April along with an adjusted version of Big Band Beat at Tokyo DisneySea, and the introduction of both Mickey’s Magical Music World and Club Mouse Beat in April and July respectively at Tokyo Disneyland.

Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade: DreamLights is scheduled to step off in Fantasyland every night in November from 6:30pm, except on November 5th when it will begin at 5:15pm due to a private event scheduled that evening.

The Oriental Land Company noted that there will be some changes to accommodate COVID-19 protocols at the resort. These are likely to include reduced dancers, similar to how Dreaming Up! is currently presented. Additionally, on evenings where bad weather is forecasted, Nightfall Glow will perform in its place, as normal before COVID-19. Previously, Nightfall Glow served as the nightly evening parade from September 2020 to May of this year.

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1 month ago

woah, hmm, i wonder if Takanori Hoshino and Aya Endo will rerecord Mickey and Minnie’s dialogue that was previously done by Takashi Aoyagi and Yuko Mizutani