By Brady MacDonald | [email protected] | PUBLISHED: January 17, 2019 at 11:03 am | UPDATED: January 17, 2019 at 11:03 am Disneyland plans to roll out a new nighttime spectacular on Main Street USA that is heavy on projection mapping technology but without fireworks most nights as Sleeping Beauty Castle undergoes a months-long rehabilitation wrapped in construction scaffolding. Mickey’s Mix Magic swaps Disneyland’s familiar nightly fireworks show for a laser, lighting and projection show set to a new musical score. The projection show will transform the buildings along Main Street U.S.A. and the facade of It’s a Small World into a canvas painted with animated scenes set to music. The new show will be complicated by the upcoming downtime for the Fantasmic nighttime spectacular and the water screens on the Rivers of America that normally serve as a secondary stage for the projection mapping imagery employed during nighttime spectaculars. Mickey’s Mix … [Read more...] about Will Disneyland fans want to see a nighttime show without fireworks?
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× Food & Drink Home & Living Money Parenting Relationships Style & Beauty Travel Wellness Work/Life Finds MORE FROM HUFFPOST News Politics Entertainment Communities Opinion HuffPost Personal Videos ©2018 Oath Inc. All rights reserved. HuffPost News × Stunning Time-Lapse Video Shows How Disneyland's Small World Transforms For The Holidays Travel Watch the iconic theme park attraction undergo its annual makeover. By Ed Mazza 11/26/2018 04:27am ET Disneyland is gearing up for the holidays, and one of the park’s signature attractions has been given its annual makeover to celebrate the season. A new time-lapse video released by the company last week shows how it’s a small world is drained and then transformed from the beloved classic into a ride through the holiday season around the world: The company said it takes 18 days to makeover the interior of the ride, which gets additions such as a … [Read more...] about Stunning Time-Lapse Video Shows How Disneyland’s Small World Transforms For The Holidays
Scott Craven Arizona Republic Published 4:05 PM EST Nov 12, 2018 Anyone who visits Disneyland during the holidays knows that the theme park didn’t invent Christmas cheer. It perfected it. From a towering holiday tree to the wreaths and lights that drip from any real estate capable of supporting decorations, Disneyland is the center of the yule-niverse. It wasn’t always this way. In December 1955, workers put up a modest tree and a few wreaths for the park’s first Christmas, acknowledging the holiday rather than celebrating it. It would be another six years before anyone thought to have a Christmas parade, let alone stretch the season over two months and incorporate attraction overlays, holiday shows and fireworks. Christmas now is the most intricate season at Disneyland and Disney's California Adventure. From Nov. 9 through Jan. 6, it will be the envy of everyone not living at the North Pole. Here are the five types of … [Read more...] about Christmas at Disneyland: The 5 types of people who should go
Things got tight after Erin Austin lost her job, so she struck a deal with her 8-year-old daughter, who had been eagerly anticipating a trip to Disneyland: The family could still make the voyage to the Magic Kingdom if Jordan could help raise money, Austin told USA Today. So the young entrepreneur grabbed a white cooler, some ice and a few bottles of water, taking advantage of Friday’s foot traffic outside her SoMa apartment and the San Francisco sun to make a few quick bucks. “Ice cold water, $2,” she yelled, hawking hydration to passersby near AT&T Park. Alison Ettel told the San Francisco Chronicle that the girl and her mother had been making noise for several hours. Sitting inside her home trying to work, Ettel said, she lost her temper. Ettel tried to get the building’s security staff to do something, but then decided to take matters into her own hand. She got into an argument with Austin, and the final moments of that squabble have now reverberated … [Read more...] about Woman threatens to call police on 8-year-old selling water for a trip to Disneyland
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