News, photos, and information about Disneyland's 2009 Summer Nightastic! entertainment promotion.
Welcome to the final edition of Dateline Disneyland for 2010! We hope you had a fantastic Christmas holiday and are ready to ring in the new year! But before we can welcome 2011, it's time to take a look back at a selection of the major happenings around the Disneyland Resort over the past year. From a major Rivers of America overhaul to Disneyland's 55th anniversary, Disneyland has seen a lot of activity this year. Yet, with loads of construction, the new World of Color water-and-light show,
Disneyland's popular Fantasmic! show ended its summer with a bang this weekend, but not in a good way. The show's giant dragon audio-animatronic collapsed mid-show on Saturday night, prompting the cancellation of the show's second performance and a flurry of Disney fan chatter on Twitter and the MiceChat discussion boards. Yet, as a major Disneyland show screeched to a halt this weekend, construction around the Resort continued in full force on numerous projects including California Adventure's
Updated 08-30-2010 at 03:01 PM by Dateline Disneyland
Getting through Disney California Adventure got a bit easier this week as the permanent connector path between the Hollywood Pictures Backlot and A Bug's Land opened for business. The new path finally puts an end to the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror being a dead-end for the Hollywood-themed area of the park, and the new path can't hurt with the oft-forgotten Flik's Fun Fair area with some increased foot traffic. The opening of the new path also marked the completion of the new section of Red Car
Updated 08-23-2010 at 03:10 AM by Dateline Disneyland
Disneyland's Alice in Wonderland is open once again after temporary measures were put in place to keep guests and maintenance workers from falling off the elevated outdoor portion of the ride track. If one thing is good about Alice's horribly tacky safety additions is that they're temporary until a permanent solution can be installed. Meanwhile, construction walls are up around Star Tours in Tomorrowland as work starts to gear up on the ride's major overhaul. Over in Disney California Adventure
Updated 08-16-2010 at 02:14 AM by Dateline Disneyland
Disneyland celebrated the Fourth of July in style this weekend with patriotic bunting and banners down Main Street after getting rid of the tired "Celebrate Today!" decorations and California Adventure continues to pack them in with its new World of Color show. Meanwhile, construction continues on DCA's upcoming Little Mermaid and Cars Land attractions, amongst other additions.
For more information on any of the construction projects featured in today's update, just look for a Project
Updated 07-05-2010 at 06:41 PM by Dateline Disneyland
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