Disneyland guests were overjoyed by the return of “World of Color” to California Adventure and “Disneyland Forever” fireworks, “Fantasmic!,” and “Main Street Electrical Parade” to Disneyland, but today the resort announced two of the beloved nighttime spectaculars – “Main Street Electrical Parade” and “Disneyland Forever” – will end their limited-time runs on Sept. 1, 2022.
“’Disneyland Forever’ fireworks is a street-to-sky celebration [that] transports guests from an Anaheim orange grove into the worlds of timeless Disney and Pixar stories [and] the ‘Main Street Electrical Parade’ has brought generations of family and friends from around the world together to delight in its nighttime magic and imagination […] for more than five decades,” wrote Disneyland Public Relations Director Kelsey Lynch in the Disney Parks Blog. “Don’t miss your chance to come and experience these two beloved nighttime spectaculars while they are still running at Disneyland park.”
Guests who haven’t seen the “Main Street Electrical Parade” this summer won’t want to miss its all-new 50th-anniversary grand finale float featuring favorite characters from more than a dozen Disney and Pixar stories, all represented by dolls in the iconic style of “It’s a Small World.”
This summer is also the last chance to try specialty “Main Street Electrical Parade-”themed treats and merchandise (while supplies last), including the Mine Cart brownie from Jolly Holiday Bakery Café and the popular (and adorable) light-up turtle sipper and Elliott dragon popcorn bucket.
As a reminder to California residents, the Disneyland Resort is currently offering a limited-time summer ticket offer with savings on multi-day visits to Disneyland Resort on eligible days through Sept. 15, 2022, subject to park reservation availability.
Last but certainly not least, fans of “World of Color” and “Fantasmic!” (celebrating its 30th anniversary) can breathe a sigh of relief because those two nighttime spectaculars will continue their regular schedules.
Click here for more information on visiting the Disneyland Resort, and if you can’t make it to Disneyland before Sept. 1st, check out our video of the “Main Street Electrical Parade”: