Dream Lights & Nightfall Glow

The Main Street Electrical Parade
The Main Street Electrical Parade is a long-running parade that has been presented at several Disney theme parks, first appearing at Disneyland, where it ran from 1972 to 1996. The Magic Kingdom version of the parade ran from 1977 to 1991, and again from 1999 to 2001.
The parade features scenes from Disney films depicted through the use of colorful electric lights, and features many Disney characters. The parade’s theme song is a version of Perrey and Kingsley’s 1967 song “Baroque Hoedown” arranged by Don Dorsey.
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Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade: DreamLights
東京ディズニーランド・エレクトリカルパレード・ドリームライツ
After a six-year absence, the an entirely new, updated Electrical Parade returned to Tokyo Disneyland.
Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade: DreamLights; premiered on June 17, 2001, and is one of the two remaining operational versions of the Electrical Parade.
This version featured an entirely new soundtrack focused more on orchestral music than electronic. It still featured “Baroque Hoedown,” though somewhat stylistically different from the Perrey and Kingsley version.

This new version of the parade featured updated versions of classic floats, while introducing new ones based on Toy Story, Monsters, Inc., Aladdin, Finding Nemo, Winnie the Pooh,  and “it’s a small world”.

During the Christmas Season, the Soundtrack gets enhanced with Christmas Carols along with decorated floats and changed dialogue to go along with the Christmas season.
It is currently sponsored by Unisys.
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Nighttime Parade
A nighttime parade full of lights!
Many come from around the world to see the Disney stars covered in colorful sparkling lights! This gorgeous parade turns the Tokyo Disneyland night into a radiant world of sparkling lights and Disney music.
A dream world of a million lights!
A million points of light sparkle in this grand nighttime parade. Beginning next to the Haunted Mansion, the parade flows past Cinderella Castle and exits beyond Toontown.Can you guess which of your favorite characters will appear next?
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“Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls! Tokyo Disneyland proudly presents our most spectacular pageant of nighttime dreams and fantasy. In millions of sparkling lights, and brilliant musical sounds: Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade: DreamLights!”
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Opening
Blue Fairy
Knights of Light
Mickey’s DreamLights Train (with Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, and Goofy)
Alice in Wonderland
Alice in Wonderland on Cheshire Cat
Peter Pan
Peter Pan on Captain Hook’s Pirate Ship
Snow White and the Seven Dwarves
Snow White
Aladdin
Genie
Aladdin and Jasmine
Winnie the Pooh
Winnie the Pooh and His Friends: Tigger & Eeyore
Toy Story
Toy Story
Pete’s Dragon
Pete’s Dragon: Elliot
Monsters, Inc
Sulley, Mike & Boo from Monsters, Inc
Finding Nemo
Finding Nemo – Nemo
Finding Nemo – Crush
Cinderella
Cinderella and the Fairy Godmother
Cinderella at the Clock Tower
Cinderella at the ball
Finale
Disney Fairies: Tinkerbell and Friends
It’s A Small World: Showboat
It’s A Small World: Airship
It’s A Small World: The Moon
It’s A Small World: The Sun
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Tokyo Disneyland Nightfall Glow

A parade for rainy nights! “Nightfall glow!”
Nightfall Glow is a nighttime parade at Tokyo Disneyland that runs when it rains.
It is a replacement for the show: “Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade DreamLights”, presented exclusively on rainy nights when the “Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade DreamLights” is canceled.
In this parade, there are four floats and the characters speak English.
Minnie Mouse and Daisy Duck, together with the other Disney pals, want to have a lovely time, especially when it rains. They appear in this shimmering interlude of lights aboard floats that glow in a rainbow of colors to light up the park on a rainy night! This mini parade starts in Toontown, proceeds around the Plaza, then through Westernland and Fantasyland.
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Check out these links if you’re interested to see past Disney related entries or want to read more on: Tokyo Disneyland & Tokyo Disneysea !
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Thanks to Tokyo Disneyland & Tokyo Disneyland Hotel for making dreams come true!
And also ExpediaBooking.com & Jtb.
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2 thoughts on “Dream Lights & Nightfall Glow

  1. All the lights are so beautiful!
    I’ve been to Disneysea during my trip to Tokyo year ago but I didn’t have the chance to see this.

    • Hi!! Yeah, well..I suppose you could count yourself lucky because the parade is only held on rainy days. So I bet you enjoyed great weather in Tokyo Disney!! You could always come on a rainy night though… 🙂
      Anyway merry xmas to you!! Have a wonderful one!

      JoshuaHideki.com

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