Saving Seats For the Electrical Parade is a Thing of the Past

Written by Scott Attula. Posted in Breaking News, Disney News, News

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Published on February 28, 2017 at 5:56 pm with No Comments

There’s been an operational update at Disneyland in reaction to the large crowds that have been gathering for the Main Street Electrical Parade. According to the image below that was leaked from The Hub (the Cast Member exclusive portal), Guests will no longer be able to save seats before operations have come by and set up viewing areas. Guests will also be asked to not save seats for party members who aren’t present.

Despite the spelling mistakes, it’s been confirmed with on-site cast members that this is the new policy.


This new operations policy¬†should¬†help keep walkways clear leading up to showings of the Electrical Parade, as guests will be able to freely move about Main Street. Considering that on the first few days of the parade returning, many people camped out beginning even at park opening, this will give first-time visitors to the park the ability to actually see the show. Whether this new policy will stick around in the future is something we’ll have to see.

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About Scott Attula

Photographer, Videographer, former (and hopefully future) cast member. Scott comes from several generations of Disney Cast Members, dating back to his grandfather Fred who worked as an Engineer at MAPO in the earlier days of Disneyland. His other grandfather Bill managed entertainment portions of the opening of the Magic Kingdom, and both his parents were Cast Members. After completing a College Program at Walt Disney World, Scott returned to his hometown in Santa Barbara and spent time at Disneyland photographing and filming the parks, before joining MiceChat. Now he can be seen at the parks on a semi-frequent basis trying to get just the right shot in a place where he probably shouldn't be able to twist into when he's not at school at BYU-Idaho pursuing a degree in Business Management. Check out Scott on Instagram @ScottAttulaPhotography

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