Disneyland To Return Classic Disneyland Forever Fireworks, Celebrates First Pride Party
Disneyland proves it is the happiest place on earth after celebrating the Pride Month for the first time in Paris. To complete the celebration, it will also return the must-see Disneyland Forever, the park's pyrotechnics spectacular, in the skies, starting on Friday, June 7.
Aside from the rides and attractions, one of the must-see events that guests frequent at Disneyland is the fireworks. Visitors patiently wait for the end of the day to witness Disneyland Forever lights the sky with the colorful and majestic pyrotechnics.
Disneyland Forever only runs for almost half-a-decade long. It started in May 2015, as part of Disneyland Resort's 60th anniversary. After over a year, it stopped, per NBC Los Angeles.
The returning attraction is said to give the nod to the classic Disney films like Mary Poppins, Tangled, The Lion King, and Finding Nemo, among others. It will look more whimsical when Sleeping Beauty's Castle serves as its backdrop.
However, with Disneyland Forever's return is the multi-month Mickey's Mix Magic's exit. The feature that displays nighttime projections at the Main Street will come to an end on June 6. So, Disneyland goers have to rush in to see the attraction for the last time.
It is only a limited time extravaganza, and its time has come to an end so that it will bid its goodbye. The light show serves as a tribute to Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse's 90th anniversary.
Disneyland Forever's return is said to be in time with the Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge opening. The new attraction is drawing a huge crowd - both park goers and fans alike - due to the movie franchise's cult following. However, visitors still need to secure their reservations before they see how the fireworks will look like on Batuu.
Meanwhile, Disneyland Paris recently celebrated the very first Pride party in history, Daily Hive reported. Surely, everyone is welcome here no matter what your color, ethnicity, gender, or age is.
Disneyland Paris organized the first Magical Pride that welcomed everyone in the LGBTQ community, their friends, and family. The theme park also opened its doors to all the people who wanted to join the fun and celebrate the rainbow-themed festivity.
To celebrate the event, Disneyland Paris featured live performances of Years & Years, Boy George, and Corine. The place also allowed access to rides and attractions and character meet-and-greets.
The first Pride parade filled Disneyland Paris with colorful balloons, costumes, and smiles that resulted in a very vibrant atmosphere. Of course, everyone celebrated the love, equality, and magic that the happiest place on earth honored.