Disneyland Forever set to return to the park this summer

April 24, 2019, 4:37 PM · Disneyland Forever might have been the highlight of Disneyland's 60th anniversary Diamond Celebration back in 2015. The production took Disneyland's traditional nightly fireworks show to a new level, adding projection mapping up and down Main Street, as well as on the castle, Matterhorn, It's a Small World facade, and Rivers of America, to create a show that demanded repeated viewings for the full experience.

Disney has followed the same model for subsequent nighttime productions in the park, including the Together Forever show for Pixar Fest and the current Mickey's Mix Magic, which runs with fireworks on select evenings.

That show will wrap with the end of the "Get Your Ears On – A Mickey and Minnie Celebration" on June 6, clearing the way for Disneyland Forever finally to make its return to the park the next evening.

And that's going to wrap a very busy week at the park, which will welcome the grand opening of Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge on May 31. Required advance reservations for that new land open May 2 at 10am Pacific Time on Disneyland's website.

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Replies (3)

April 24, 2019 at 5:28 PM

Are we taking bets that Paint the Night will return to DCA? Will help pull crowds from Disneyland for sure!

April 24, 2019 at 5:39 PM

From your keyboard to Bob Chapek's approval list....

April 25, 2019 at 3:34 PM

Robert - any word if this show will come with a revised pyrotechnic package? I'm curious to know if the opening of Galaxy's Edge will usher in the use of less high level pyro. My thought is the addition of all the projection mapping across the park is to compensate for a lesser use of pyro going forward so SW:GE can remain open without fear of fall out from fireworks. Additionally, it's a big investment on the front end, but then a smaller bill for pyro in the long run.

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