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Believe... There's Magic in the Stars

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Believe... There's Magic in the Stars
Opening dateFebruary 18, 2000
Closing dateMay 30, 2004
ReplacedFantasy in the Sky
Replaced byImagine... A Fantasy in the Sky
Ride statistics
Attraction typeFireworks spectacular
DesignerWalt Disney Creative Entertainment
MusicThe Official Album: 2000
The Official Album 2001
Disabled access Wheelchair accessible

Believe... There's Magic In The Stars was a nighttime fireworks show at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California.[1] The show was introduced in early 2000 for the Resort's 45th Anniversary, replacing the long running Fantasy in the Sky fireworks display.[2] At the time, the show was the most complex and lavish ever to be produced by the Disneyland Entertainment team.

On June 1, 2004, Believe... was replaced by Imagine... A Fantasy in the Sky and subsequently on May 1, 2005 by Remember... Dreams Come True for Disneyland's 50th anniversary celebration.

During Believe's entire run at Disneyland, a similarly named fireworks show, Believe... In Holiday Magic, ran during the holiday season, typically from early November to early January.

The song

The main musical theme of the show is the song "Believe...There's Magic In The Stars", composed by Gregory Smith; this theme is interwoven throughout the entire show. Most of the song is sung by Sandi Patty.

The show

The show, like many other Disneyland fireworks show, utilizes musical themes from various Disney movies. Those themes help to illustrate the message & the plot of the show, which is just to believe in magic. In the preshow announcements, a child's voice is heard marveling over Disneyland, and the pictures and dreams he can make from the stars above. He then says, "Maybe if I really believe, all my dreams will come true." The show is broken up into various segments, based on the themes of the movies and Disneyland, each of which are introduced with the "Believe..." theme song.


The show begins with a woman's voice gently whispering the word "believe", the show's main theme. The child is heard saying "I wish I never had to leave this magical place", otherwise known as Disneyland. He then wishes on a star for his wish, and the Believe musical theme begins.

Joy and Laughter

In The Darkest Night



  • Believe... There's Magic in the Stars (Fanfare)
  • "When You Wish Upon a Star" - Pinocchio


Walt Disney Records released the full track on two different albums:

  • 2000 The Official Album: 45 Years of Magic
  • 2001 Disneyland Park: The Official Album


  1. ^ Strodder, Chris (2017). The Disneyland Encyclopedia (3rd ed.). Santa Monica Press. pp. 193–194. ISBN 978-1595800909.
  2. ^ Moseley, Doobie (June 12, 2001). "An Interview With Steven Davison". The Laughing Place. Retrieved 8 July 2020.
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