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All Seats to be Filled at Tokyo Disney Resort Shows Starting November 18

When stage shows returned to Tokyo Disney Resort on April 1, each party was separated by one empty seat on each side, which of course makes the infamous show lotteries even more difficult to win. But those chances may bump slightly soon, as the Tokyo Disney Resort has quietly announced that all show seats will be open from November 18.

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According to a notice posted on the Tokyo Disney Resort Reservations site, the change will come into effect this Thursday, November 18. All seats at Showbase and the Fantasyland Forest Theatre at Tokyo Disneyland, and the Broadway Music Theatre at Tokyo DisneySea will be eligible for Entry Request and Vacation Package usage, likely making it somewhat easier for some Guests to see Club Mouse Beat, Mickey’s Magical Music World, and Big Band Beat: A Special Treat compared to now. These changes will also be likely to apply to Let’s Party Gras! at Theatre Orleans, Song of Mirage at the Hangar Stage, and the Dockside Stage when those venues return as well.

This is part of an ongoing trend at Tokyo Disney Resort as some COVID-19 mitigation protocols are relaxed amid a month-long trend of double-digit cases in Tokyo, a far cry from the nearly 5,000 per day in August. We previously have spotted some physical distancing lines removed in select queues at the resort, and many preshows have returned even amid higher capacity.

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