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DIsneyland Electrical Parade Photos

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  • [Pictures] DIsneyland Electrical Parade Photos

    This is a really fun parade with some spectacular floats. Particularly the genie that changes color and has animation, like a huge 3D video screen. And as many of you know, everyone gets a perfect view because the Japanese sit down for parades. How civilized! No pushing, no shoving, no stepping in front of someone, blocking their view at the last moment..

    Also, the Japanese have regular breaks in the parade so that people still walking about the park are not trapped in one area and are allowed periodically to cross the parade route. The US parks could learn a thing or two from this.

    Hope you enjoy!
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    thanks for sharing! it looks much better than spectromagic, definitely more on par with main street electrical parade.

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      Re: DIsneyland Electrical Parade Photos

      Originally posted by paradesintherain View Post
      thanks for sharing! it looks much better than spectromagic, definitely more on par with main street electrical parade.
      It actually blows the Main Street Electral Parade away. The photos don't do it justice.

      The lights are bright and clear. The LED technology along with the computer control allows spectacular effects. The maintenance is always top notch so there aren't any non-working areas.

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        i really hope i get to see it someday, because from what i can tell from pictures i think i'd agree with you

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          I still have very fond memories of Spectromagic even after seeing the Tokyo parade.

          But the Main Street Electrical Parade is not as big a deal as the Tokyo version.

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            Dreamlights is the best Disney parade EVER.

            I was just at Disneyland in August and they most definitely had short breaks between the floats in Mickey's Soundsational when people could cross the street.
            Born in a shoebox and making the most of it.

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