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    Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade Dreamlights

Description And Comments

Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade Dreamlights is Tokyo Disneyland's long running, but frequently updated, nighttime parade. The parade features over 20 floats that are covered in millions of LED lights, a small army of performers, Disney and Pixar characters, and a new version of the classic "Baroque Hoedown" song. Dreamlights includes floats from many modern Disney/Pixar films, such as Frozen, Tangled, and Toy Story. As well as classics Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, and many more. The parade ends with floats inspired by the "it's a small world" attraction, which tower over the parade route and are synced to the ride's song with a dazzling display of lights. Epic in terms of length, size, and beauty, Dreamlights is Disney's best nighttime parade ever, and is a must see.

Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade Dreamlights ~Christmas~

During the holiday season, Dreamlights receives some changes to make it a bit more festive. There's no major differences from the regular parade, besides some of the characters wearing Christmas scarves, and a holiday version of the music.

Touring Tips

Guests will begin getting spots one or two hours before the parade starts. Luckily Tokyo Disneyland's parade route is massive and has plenty of room for viewing. If you can't find a spot to watch the parade in the park's central hub, try finding a spot in Westernland (near Country Bear Theater), or the area near Pooh's Hunny Hunt and Toontown.

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

Although it shares a name with the long running Main Street Electrical Parade that used to run in the stateside parks, Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade Dreamlights is on a whole other level. There's no doubt about it, you need to see this parade.

Is it English Friendly?

Some of the characters speak a few lines of dialog in English and Japanese. Overall, language has no bearing on the enjoyment of this parade.

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