Another nighttime highlight at Disneyland is the spectacular “Remember … Dreams Come True” fireworks show. This pyrotechnic tribute to the spirit of Disneyland, narrated by Julie Andrews, includes nods to some favorite attractions, past and present. It returns to Disneyland for the first time in more than two years, beginning with weekend performances Friday, Feb. 3.
At Disney California Adventure
The special magic of the Year of the Rooster comes alive in a bigger-than-ever Lunar New Year Celebration, expanded to 17 days, Jan. 20 through Feb. 5, at Disney California Adventure. Guests will enjoy “Hurry Home,” a new animation, water and special effects feature for Lunar New Year, which precedes the nightly performances of “World of Color” on Paradise Bay. The celebration also includes colorful live performances, fun-filled activities, beautiful décor, Disney characters in their Lunar New Year costumes and special food and merchandise offerings.
Disneyland Resort is kicking off the new year with a special ticket offer for Southern California residents, the ticket offer provides flexible options for three days of magic and adventure at special prices. For a limited time, guests may select from these purchase options:
The Southern California Resident tickets include one Magic Morning** early entry to Disneyland Park, which provides an extra hour of play on select days before the park opens to the general public.
Guests who choose to visit Disneyland will enjoy the iconic nighttime Main Street Electrical Parade, showcasing scenes and characters from some classic Disney animated films on floats covered in thousands of colorful lights. Beginning Jan. 20, the beloved parade returns to Main Street, U.S.A., in Disneyland, where it began. Guests at Disney Parks around the world have experienced the popular parade.
The Lunar New Year and Food & Wine celebrations add to the year-round fun at Disney California Adventure, which features popular attractions such as Radiator Springs Racers, California Screamin’ and Toy Story Midway Mania. And the latest airborne Soarin’ adventure, Soarin’ Around the World, transports guests to the snowy peak of the Matterhorn, along the Great Wall of China, through Monument Valley and over other iconic destinations worldwide.
For restrictions, visit http://Disneyland.com/SoCal. For park hours and entertainment schedules, guests may review the resort’s daily calendar at Disneyland.com.
Food is always part of the fun at the Disneyland Resort, and the popular Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival expands to five weeks this year, with daily events March 10 through April 16. The Festival celebrates the lifestyle and springtime flavors of California with a blend of culinary demonstrations, seminars and a full range of dining and tasting options.
Disneyland Resort is where Star Wars lives during Season of the Force, an exciting lineup of experiences that celebrate the Star Wars film saga. Guests will enjoy the thrills of Hyperspace Mountain, the Star Wars-themed transformation of Space Mountain; the multiple destinations of the Star Tours – The Adventures Continue attraction; and the exciting short film, “Star Wars: Path of the Jedi,” which relives highlights of the Star Wars films. In addition, Star Wars Launch Bay invites guests to encounter that favorite Star Wars pilot Chewbacca, visit a Star Wars-themed cantina and discover authentic replicas of film props, including props from the newest blockbuster in the saga, “Rogue One.” Younglings may learn to conquer their fears in Jedi Training: Trials of the Temple.
New This Year At Disneyland