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New details announced for the return of World of Color

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New details announced for the return of World of Color
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‘World of Color’ returns to Disney California Adventure Park on April 22nd. We have new details regarding its return.

World of Color

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This breathtaking extravaganza at Disney California Adventure park brings animation to life, where you can relive memorable scenes from beloved Disney and Pixar films. Powerful dancing fountains shoot high to the sky on Paradise Bay, creating a fantastic movie screen of water and a veil of mist, while lasers electrify the night, capped with a soaring soundtrack. You may see scenes such as WALL-E and Eve zipping through the cosmos, Pocahontas exploring just around the river bend and Jack Sparrow battling on the sea.

For a little preview of the amazing spectacular, take a look at this video from Disney Parks Blog.

‘World of Color’ Returns | Disney California Adventure Park

Virtual Queue

We have new details regarding the return of this event. Are you ready? A virtual queue system has been added for viewing this show. This virtual queue is only accessible via the Disneyland mobile app. According to Disney Parks Blog, beginning April 22, distribution times for the virtual queue enrollment will begin at noon, daily.

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World of Color will be utilizing a virtual queue system when it returns on April 22nd

If you are able to make a virtual queue selection, you will receive a notification via the Disneyland app to enter the designated “World of Color” viewing area via one of the two marked entrance points (Blue or Yellow) assigned to you, approximately 45 minutes before the show begins.

If the virtual queue reaches capacity, please visit the Paradise Bay viewing area shortly before “World of Color” begins to check in with a cast member for walk-up viewing options. Joining the virtual queue for World of Color is not required to view the spectacular, but it is highly recommended.

Guests of Disney World and Disneyland are familiar with virtual queues, as they have been used with attractions such as Rise of the Resistance, Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure at EPCOT and even seeing Santa during the holidays.

Will we be seeing it utilized for EPCOT’s Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind when it makes its debut? I (Maggie) would definitely not be surprised to see it used during at least the first few months.

What do you think of the virtual queue system? Do you love it or hate it? Will you be seeing the World of Color show when it returns? Tell us about it in the comments below or on our Facebook page.

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