Need more Encanto in your life? Get ready because Disney is offering more from the hit movie, including an overlay on a popular attraction!
Disney is celebrating the movie by bringing even more Encanto into the parks for Guests!
it’s a small world
For a limited time beginning April 11, the iconic façade of “it’s a small world” at Disneyland Resort becomes enchanted several times each evening with a brief visual montage that pays tribute to the movie’s hit song, “We Don’t Talk About Bruno.” This musical delight comes to life through projection and lighting effects and an artistic style inspired by the lyrics, with select moments that feature characters from the film.
Like the Madrigal family’s Casita, tiles across the “it’s a small world” façade flip, turn, and rearrange themselves as one scene transitions to the next, culminating in a celebratory chorus and a nod to Bruno’s mysterious prophecy about Mirabel.
You can also meet Mirable Madrigal at Frontierland. Marisol has full details of how her interaction went HERE. She previously met at Disney California Adventure this past fall, but it seems as if her permanent spot is now at Frontierland.
Main Street Electrical Parade
Also, don’t forget about the new finale for the Main Street Electrical Parade.
On April 22, 2022, the “Main Street Electrical Parade” will return to Disneyland park. This parade is closing in on 50 years! To celebrate, Disney shares that there will be a NEW ending for the Main Street Electrical Parade!
In honor of the parade’s 50th anniversary, this nighttime spectacular will return with an all-new, enchanted grand finale that celebrates the theme of togetherness.
As the new grand finale passes by, guests along each side of the parade route will see a different set of stylized scenes from classic and contemporary favorite stories such as “Encanto,” “The Jungle Book,” “Raya and the Last Dragon,” “Aladdin,” “Coco,” “Mulan,” “Brave,” “The Princess and the Frog” and more.
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Source: Disney Parks Blog