Tokyo Disneyland Special Event
“Lilo & Stitch’s Big Panic – ‘Find Stitch!’”
April 10 through July 19, 2007
From April 10 through July 19, 2007, Tokyo Disneyland Park will be hosting the special event “Lilo & Stitch’s Big Panic – ‘Find Stitch!’” Filling the Park with a Hawaiian atmosphere, the event will feature Stitch from the Disney film Lilo & Stitch. Although Stitch goes all out to welcome guests to the Park, his efforts lead to some unexpected results!
The event’s main entertainment program is the parade “Hulihuli Ohana Bash,” which will have Stitch and his alien “cousins” teamed up with the Disney pals as they throw a light-hearted party to cheerful Hawaiian pop music. Guests visiting the Park will be in for tons of fun as Stitch gets up to his usual antics and tries to make everyone part of his “ohana,” which is the Hawaiian word for “family.”
Appearing with Stitch and his friends in the parade will be many of the alien experiments of the genius scientist, Dr. Jumba. Since Stitch is actually another of these experiments, he considers them all to be his “cousins.”
Lots of mixed-up decorations created by Stitch himself in an effort to please guests will appear throughout the Park during the special event period. Starting with the flower bed near the Main Entrance, which he has changed from the Mickey Mouse design to one featuring his own face, Stitch has left evidence of his efforts in several attractions and other locations around the Park. In the Japanese language pamphlet “Tokyo Disneyland Today,” guests will find some hints about Stitch’s whereabouts.
Also during the event period, the Tokyo Disneyland restaurants and shops will offer a number of event-themed menus and merchandise.
For more details on the entertainment program, special menus, merchandise and so on, please see the attachment.