Universal Studios Japan Announces 2023 ‘NO LIMIT! Street Festival’ Park-Wide Entertainment Slate

Every year, Universal Studios Japan refreshes nearly all of its outdoor entertainment, and the park has announced this year’s slate of entertainment coming to the park with the theme “NO LIMIT! Street Festival!”

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This year’s slate of shows breaks from last year’s theme of Dance Dance Dance!, which featured shows like the “Hello Kitty Happiness Brass Band” and “Evolution of Dance with Sesame Street.”

The new shows this year are as follows:

  • “Power of Pop: Trending” — Debuting March 10 at Mel’s Stage as the fourth iteration of the popular sing-along and dance show, this new edition will features singers performing familiar pop music along with an original song for the first time.
  • “Fiesta Latina” — Debuting March 17 in the New York area, this new show features passionate Latin dance performances.
  • “Bubble Beat Block” — Debuting March 17 in the New York area, This new show centers around soap bubbles set to the bright beats of hip-hop. With no Sesame Street show explicitly named in this year’s slate, one of these two shows is likely to be the show featuring Elmo, Bert, and Ernie.
  • “Universal Wonderland — Feel the Rhythm” debuts March 10 and is this year’s greeting dance with the Universal Wonderland friends from Peanuts, Sesame Street, and Hello Kitty.
  • “Minion Fever Disco Greeting” returns March 17 in the Hollywood area where guests can take pictures with the Minions in cute disco outfits.
  • “Jurassic Park Dinosaurs Meet & Greet” starts March 10 in Jurassic Park as a replacement for the former “My Friend Dinosaur” and brings guests up close and personal with large dinosaurs and baby dinosaurs in a subtropical jungle setting.

These of course join the highly-anticipated “NO LIMIT! Parade” which kicks off March 1 and features the debut of Pokémon in the park alongside friends from Super Mario, the Minions, and more! Are you excited to see these new shows at Universal Studios Japan? Let us know in the comments below!

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