Holiday Nighttime Spectaculars and More Are Returning to Disneyland

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In yet another Halfway to the Holidays post Disney has announced that two nighttime spectaculars and more are returning to Disneyland for the holidays!

“Believe… In Holiday Magic” fireworks and “World of Color – Season of Light”! are returning!

“Believe… In Holiday Magic” fireworks is a dazzling nighttime display that brings a medley of heartwarming holiday music and culminates with a magical snowfall in several areas of the Disneyland park including Main Street, U.S.A., near the Rivers of America and in front of “it’s a small world.”

“World of Color - Season of Light”

“World of Color – Season of Light” will return to Paradise Bay during the holiday season at Disney California Adventure park!  This spectacular winter fantasy blends classic holiday songs with memorable moments from treasured Disney and Pixar films that illuminate a wall of mist, as fountains dance in this mesmerizing spectacle with stories of friendship, family and love.

The large Grand Californian Gingerbread House will return.

7-foot gingerbread house in the lobby of Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa

We’re also delighted to share that the guest-favorite, 7-foot gingerbread house in the lobby of Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa will return during the holiday season! A new take on a replica of the hotel each year, this annual tradition takes months for a 25-member team to create.

Holiday merchandise, costumed characters, entertainment, treats and décor will be returning to Disneyland, Disney California Adventure, Disneyland hotels and Downtown Disney District.

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Source: Disney Parks Blog


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