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Celebrate! Tokyo Disneyland

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Celebrate! Tokyo Disneyland
Celebrate! Tokyo Disneyland first performance, July 9, 2018.jpg
Tokyo Disneyland
AreaCinderella Castle
Soft opening dateJuly 9, 2018
Opening dateJuly 10, 2018
Closing dateApril 26, 2019
ReplacedOnce Upon a Time
Replaced byLight the Night
Ride statistics
Attraction typeMultimedia, water and pyrotechnics show
DesignerWalt Disney Creative Entertainment
ThemeIconic moments from Disney films and park attractions
MusicLet the Memories Begin (composed by Christopher McGovern)
Various attraction soundtracks
Duration19 minutes
HostMickey Mouse and Goofy
LanguagesJapanese 60%
English 40%
Disabled access Wheelchair accessible
Closed captioning available

Celebrate! Tokyo Disneyland was a nighttime spectacular at Tokyo Disneyland that premiered on July 10, 2018, alongside Dreaming Up!, Let's Party Gras, and Hello, New York! as part of the 35th anniversary of Tokyo Disney Resort.[1] The show was produced by Walt Disney Creative Entertainment, under Lead Creative Executive of Parades and Spectaculars Steve Davison.

Celebrate! Tokyo Disneyland incorporates fireworks, water cannons, flamethrowers, projection mapping, lasers, searchlights, tree lighting, and many more to depict scenes from some of Tokyo Disneyland's most famous rides and Disney films.[2] It was created as a homage to Tokyo Disneyland and Disney parks worldwide, its lands, and its attractions, past and present.[3] It won the Most Creative Multimedia Spectacular award from the IAAPA association at the 2018 Brass Ring awards.[4]

Technical details

Celebrate! Tokyo Disneyland features one of largest multimedia displays of any Disney theme park around the world, much similar in scale to Disneyland Forever. They utilize approximately 88 high-powered searchlights (including moat lights and turrets lights) that illuminate sky across the park, two projectors on the castle and its turrets, 87 water fountains, three lasers both in the castle and its turrets, six small flamethrowers, and new firework launch site, as well as synchronized popcorn lighting around the hub and new colorful tree lighting across the Central Plaza and Cinderella Castle that lighted up during the show. They also combined all elements that Disney has used in nighttime spectaculars at its other parks around the world.[5]

Show summary

Much like Disneyland's fireworks spectacular Remember... Dreams Come True and World of Color: Celebrate! at Disney California Adventure, Celebrate! takes park guests on “an unforgettable journey around the Kingdom of Dreams and Magic”.[6] With Mickey Mouse as conductor, guests will find themselves in an “amazing musical fantasy”[7] as the park's lands come to life.

Soundtrack elements from Remember... and other Disney Parks nighttime spectaculars were rescored for the show. It also features a theme song rewritten from “Let the Memories Begin” - the theme song from former nighttime show The Magic, the Memories and You (the original song was composed by Christopher McGovern) – and was performed by former Disneyland cast member, stage actress and singer Eden Espinosa.

Same as previous projection show Once Upon a Time, to avoid overcrowding problems, the show features lottery ticket systems for special viewing areas.


Star Tours during Celebrate! Tokyo Disneyland nighttime spectacular as lasers lighting up the castle
Star Tours during Celebrate! Tokyo Disneyland nighttime spectacular as lasers lighting up the castle



  • Mark Twain Riverboat: Mickey pilots the steamboat along the Rivers of America to the sound of an instrumental arrangement of Just Around the Riverbend from Pocahontas.
  • Big Thunder Mountain Railroad: Reusing Remember's former Frontierland audio segment but with country-western style music, Mickey drives a runaway mine train accompanied by the Country Bears, with the sound of Little Oscar's horn ending the segment.


Critter Country and Toontown

  • Splash Mountain: As the Haunted Mansion sequence ends, Mickey finds himself on a log to take the plunge down into the Briar Patch.
  • Mickey's Toontown: After Mickey drops from Splash Mountain, he finds himself floating down into Toontown by balloons and drives the Jolly Trolley before being pulled into the Gag Factory, where he conducts firework launches by baton, is pulled into a whirlwind, and finally drops on a TNT lever. Reuses the music from Remember's Fantasyland/Critter Country/Toontown montage.


  • Tomorrowland's Past: Mickey drifts into the spacey realm of Tomorrowland to the sounds of an area music re-arrangement of Miracles from Molecules while attraction posters for many Tomorrowland attractions from Disney parks worldwide past and present drift by, including the extinct Star Jets and Meet the World attractions. Eventually, Mickey sees the attraction poster for Buzz Lightyear's Astro Blasters and dives in.
  • Buzz Lightyear's Astro Blasters: The battle between Buzz Lightyear and Zurg seen in the attraction plays out to the sounds of the Toy Story 2 prologue soundtrack. Recycled soundtrack from World of Color.
  • Star Tours/Star Wars: Mickey climbs aboard Star Tours: The Adventures Continue and joins the Starspeeder's escape from Star Destroyers before jumping to the under-construction Death Star and escaping to a landing pad on Coruscant. Recycled soundtrack from Star Wars: A Galactic Spectacular.


  • Popcorn: An exhausted Mickey notices a popcorn machine on Cinderella Castle and goes inside. As a reprise of "Let the Memories Begin" plays, he starts cranking it until the castle is filled with popcorn.
  • It's a Small World: The popcorn falls away, revealing the facade of It's a Small World. Many characters in that style come across the castle, and the balcony opens on Tokyo Disney Resort's 35th anniversary logo. (Upon the conclusion of the anniversary celebration, the logo was replaced by an image of the enhanced castle to mirror the Tokyo Disney Resort's 35th anniversary logo)
  • Finale: Mickey rides the music book through all of the park's lands in an ending montage. He is then seen again on the castle balcony to say goodbye, culminating in a final blast of water, light and fireworks.

See also


  1. ^ ""Tokyo Disney Resort 35th 'Happiest Celebration!'" Begins April 15, 2018 - Full Program of Events". January 19, 2018.
  2. ^ ""VIDEO: Watch the Debut Performance of "Celebrate! Tokyo Disneyland" Nighttime Show". July 10, 2018.
  3. ^ ""Celebrate! Tokyo Disneyland" Nighttime Spectacular Review". July 9, 2018.
  4. ^ "IAAPA Announces 2018 Brass Ring Award Winners". Archived from the original on March 27, 2019. Retrieved March 26, 2019.
  5. ^ "Tokyo Disneyland shares first look at its new castle show". Theme Park Insider. July 2, 2018. Retrieved July 16, 2018.
  6. ^ "- YouTube". YouTube.
  7. ^ "- YouTube". YouTube.
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