To me, the return of the Main Street Electrical Parade to DL, for however brief a period, is even better news than acquiring Pixar, or the return of Oswald the Rabbit...could it be that Disney management is actually on a winning streak, for a change?
Shhh don't say it to loud don't want to jinx them. But seriously it does seem like the dark cloud that has been over Disney for the last decade or so is finally starting to lift. It is really a great thing to see.
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The parade will have nightly showings from April 7 - April 23. And then it goes to Friday, Saturday, and Sunday until Summer hours kick in. From then on, it will be nightly again. Summer hours usually start Memorial Day Weekend.
And auditions for Disney's Electrical Parade are being held on March 18th (male dancers/charaters) and March 19th (female dancers/characters). EP runs at 8:45pm with a 7:15 call time, I believe.
Hi. Does anyone happen to know (or think, based on past years being a possible indicator), does EP run on Friday nights in September? Do they end it at the Labor Day weekend? Or a little later? I have tried to get a straight-forward response from the Disneyland customer service email system, & the question was completely side-stepped.
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Re: Electrical Parade Back in May!
Yeah I would like to know as well. Even though the Parade is not in the right place at DLR I've never seen the parade in person at all. Beggars can't be choosers. I have to see it in person at least once in my lifetime.
I saw it on TV during one of the 4th of July specials from WDW during the 80's as a little kid. Man I miss those. Talk about putting me in a trance. I sat there in front of the TV with lights off and I must say it was the most amazing thing I had seen in my life to that point.
Still no news on that yet -- but my guess it WON'T be around for weekends Sept - Dec and be back only for the few weeks of Christmas, just like what happened last year. But we won't know more until we get into the summer season.