CONFIRMED: The Main Street Electrical Parade is Returning to Disneyland Resort

Tom Corless

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CONFIRMED: The Main Street Electrical Parade is Returning to Disneyland Resort

Tom Corless

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CONFIRMED: The Main Street Electrical Parade is Returning to Disneyland Resort

After weeks of speculation, the Disney Parks TikTok has teased the return of the Main Street Electrical Parade at Disneyland :

No return date or further information has been provided at this time.

The Main Street Electrical Parade will celebrate its 50th anniversary next summer, making this a perfect time for it to return. It will mark the first nighttime parade to perform in the U.S. Disney Parks since 2019.

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10 thoughts on “CONFIRMED: The Main Street Electrical Parade is Returning to Disneyland Resort”

  1. I hope when it’s done at Disneyland it comes back to the Magic Kingdom! It’s my favorite parade and I have missed it so very much!

    • I hope The Main Street Electrical Parade comes back to the Magic Kingdom in Orlando, Florida as well.

  2. well, i hope the return of the Main Street Electrical Parade gets permanent just like the Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade Dreamlights show.

  3. I get it and all, but how many times will they bring it back for a last time?

    Oh, wait. It’s cheaper than a new parade. So ♾️

  4. Im very happy to see this parade return, can’t wait until one day when it comes back to Walt Disney World.

  5. Yes it needs to return to Disney World. I am a DVC member and visit every year. The parade was always something to look forward to. It is more fun that the light show on the castle

  6. I cancelled my family’s annual passes when Disney took this and SpectroMagic away from the Magic Kingdom. I’d love for my kids (3) to see either of these parades, but I will not purchase annual passes again until they do. How can they justify raising annual pass prices (before and after Covid) when they keep taking away the core of their entertainment for their guests. Killing Pleasure Island was a horrible decision as well.

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