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    "Remembering"... in the off season

    When "Remember Dreams Come true" first started showing, from what I've read the crowds were massive on Mainstreet. People would wait up to 4 hours before the show even started and reserve a spot. Well, I still havn't gotten a chance to visit the DLR since the 50th has begun, me and my family will be going some time soon durring the "Off Season".

    My question is... Have the crowds died down for Remember? Or is main street still a mad house before, durring and after the show?

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    Re: "Remembering"... in the off season

    Still a mad house.

    But to get a good seat you don't need to show up 4 hours prior. 2 hours should be good most nights.


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    Re: "Remembering"... in the off season

    Yeah, it still gets super crazy. For some tips on where to view the show from and how much time you need prior to show start check out this thread: http://www.micechat.com/forums/showthread.php?t=12236 a lot of MiceChatters chimed in with their own personal tips- I posted some useful info if you wish to view from the trainstation platform.
    Goodluck finding that perfect spot! The show is worth however long you wait and then some - guaranteed!

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    Re: "Remembering"... in the off season

    Thanks for all the info guys.

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    Re: "Remembering"... in the off season

    It goes back to daily showings starting November 11th for the Christmas season, so if you want to avoid crowds, plan to see a 7:45 PM showing during the week (just avoid Thanksgiving week, and the last two weeks of December).
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    Re: "Remembering"... in the off season

    What are the dates of your trip Disneylandrocks55?
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