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    One Man's Dream II – The Magic Lives On

This attraction's final day of operation was December 14, 2019.
The information below is provided for historical reference.

Description And Comments

It's rare that a theme park show gets a numbered sequel. In fact, we can't think of any other shows that have. One Man's Dream II – The Magic Lives On is musical stage show extravaganza. The show starts in black and white, and we see Mickey giving Minnie some flowers. The flowers burst out in vivid color while dancers appear from the sides of the stage. The rest of the show is a musical journey through classic and modern Disney animated films. Character fans will enjoy this show quite a bit. It's is packed full of Disney characters, everyone from Mickey to Stitch, Peter Pan, Cinderella, Prince Charming, Snow White- it's easier to list the characters that don't appear in this show. We are not fans of this show, but it has it's moments.

One Man's Dream uses a free ticket lottery system to guarantee entry. Lottery ticket distribution is located in a building to the left of Space Mountain. To enter, walk up to an available kiosk and input your party size. You'll then scan all of your party's tickets. Now here’s where the lottery portion of the deal comes in, the screen will then tell you if you’ve “won” or not. If you win, a ticket will be printed out with your seat number and show time. If you don’t win you will not be able to enter the ticket lottery again for that day. It's heartbreaking when you lose, but thrilling when you win.

Touring Tips

One Man's Dream is an extremely popular show. There is no stand-by seating. Tickets are only distributed through the ticket lottery mentioned above.

How's It Different From the Walt Disney World and Disneyland Versions?

One Man's Dream II – The Magic Lives On is exclusive to Tokyo Disneyland. The original One Man's Dream show played at Disneyland in 1989, but was retired after 5 months.

Is it English Friendly?

Most of the songs are sung in Japanese.

Special Needs

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