Light Magic, Disneyland's "streetacular," ran from May 1997 through Labor Day 1997. Disneyland officials announced that Light Magic would be "on hiatus" until the year 2000.
The year 2000 came and went without the reappearance of Light Magic. It's highly unlikely that anything resembling the 1997 edition will ever be back. And it's doubtful that even the name "Light Magic" will ever be reused by Disneyland.
To put it nicely, guest reactions to Light Magic were mixed. The Long Beach Press Telegram (May 24, 1997) reported, "Disneyland's Light Magic street show was unveiled Friday night to overflow crowds and a lukewarm reception." The Los Angeles Times (Oct. 15, 1997) called it "the $20-million dud." According to the Orange County Register (Oct. 16, 1997), "It failed to attract much of a following."
For Summer 1998, Disneyland presented a new nighttime parade, "Mulan Parade," based on Disney's new animated feature. The movie "Mulan" is based on a Chinese tale about a courageous young woman who distinguishes herself in the army, disguised as a man, in the place of her ailing father.