Mickey Mouse and his friends will lead the new “Magic Happens” parade when it debuts Feb. 28 at Disneyland.
The new procession at the Anaheim theme park will celebrate moments of magic in animated Disney and Pixar films with floats, costumes and a musical score combined with popular Disney songs.
“We’ve designed the ‘Magic Happens’ floats so that characters, scenes and surprises are revealed a little at a time, making each float a journey of discovery,” David Duffy, creative director of Disney Live Entertainment, said in a news release.
The parade’s nine new floats salute movies such as “Cinderella,” “Sleeping Beauty,” “Frozen 2,” “Coco” and “Moana.”
“The parade celebrates the way magic affects both the characters in the stories and the guests who are watching,” Jordan Peterson, show director for Disney Live Entertainment, said.
Through May 21, special admission discounts are being offered for Southern California residents and children, ages 3 to 9, everywhere. For more information, go to disneyland.com.