Tokyo Disneyland Cancels All ‘Club Mouse Beat’ Performances Until February 14 Due to “Several” Positive COVID-19 Tests Among Cast Members

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“Club Mouse Beat”, the high-energy dance show at Tokyo Disneyland’s Showbase, has been partying away five times a day since July 2 of last year. However, the show has unfortunately been cancelled for the next few days due to several positive COVID-19 tests among the show’s Cast Members.


In a press release, the Oriental Land Company revealed that a shortage of performers has caused the show to be cancelled for the next few days. The Tokyo Disney Resort website currently lists performances resuming on February 14, but this is subject to change. Several Cast Members of the show have tested positive for COVID-19 amid a record-smashing wave of the highly infectious Omicron variant across Japan.

Performances of “Mickey’s Magical Music World”, “Big Band Beat: A Special Treat”, or the two parades at Tokyo Disneyland are as of yet unaffected.

Japan has reported an explosion of COVID-19 cases since the new year, with the past few days seeing over 100,000 new cases nationwide and 20,000 new cases per day in Tokyo alone.

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