Tokyo Disney Resort announced 35th Happiest Celebration

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Tokyo Disney Resort announced its “Tokyo Disney Resort 35th ‘Happiest Celebration!’” entertainment and special events program. The celebration will take place from April 15, 2018 through March 25, 2019. Tokyo Disneyland Park opened its gates on April 15, 1983 and grew from a single theme park into a resort that includes Tokyo DisneySea Park, four Disney Hotels and more. This major celebration marks the 35th Anniversary of the Grand Opening of Tokyo Disneyland Park. Guests visiting both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea  will be able experience all the special celebrations.

Tokyo Disney Resort - 35th Celebration

New Daytime Parade: Dreaming Up!

Kicking off the celebration at Tokyo Disneyland Park will be the premiere of “Dreaming Up!,” a brand new daytime parade, and the reopening of the iconic attraction “it’s a small world” after being temporarily closed for extensive enhancements.

New nighttime spectacular: Celebrate! Tokyo Disneyland

In summer, “Celebrate! Tokyo Disneyland” will premiere. This new nighttime spectacular at Cinderella Castle will feature more new effects and a grander scale than ever before. A special theme song created just for the 35th Anniversary will be used in various programs.

Special Events for Easter, Halloween and Christmas

Over the anniversary year at both Parks, Guests will find elements of “Tokyo Disney Resort 35th Anniversary ‘Happiest Celebration!’” in the special events for Easter, Halloween and Christmas, as well as in other exciting programs. In addition, not only will Guests discover special merchandise and special menu items just for the 35th anniversary, but also a special shop opening at Tokyo Disneyland for a limited period only. The Disney hotels and the Disney Resort Line will also celebrate the event, adding to the excitement around Tokyo Disney Resort.

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