We all need a little magic right now, and Disney’s new virtual parade will certainly do the trick. Grab your kids and a bowl of popcorn, and put on your favorite Disney costume: we’re (virtually) going to Disney World!
With Disneyland theme parks closed until further notice due to COVID-19, the company published a free video of the newest “Magic Happens” parade. The parade had only launched just two weeks before the park had to close due to COVID-19.
The parade is an eight-minute performance which is free to watch on Disney’s YouTube channel. The celebration features fan favorites, like Mickey and Minnie Mouse and some special guests from movies including the ever-popular “Frozen.”
The “Magic Happens” daytime parade is safe for viewing of all ages, and includes whimsical floats, costumes and characters and an original musical score, featuring some notable Disney songs. Just don’t blame me if you have “Let It Go” in your head for the rest of the day. To get in the mindset of being at the park, view the Parade Route here on Disney’s website. No need to stress about where is the best spot to watch it.
If you’re feeling inspired after the parade to continue viewing Disney World, check out the free YouTube Channel, Virtual Disney, which provides interactive 360 videos of the top attractions, hotels and park areas.
Sit back and enjoy the “Happiest Place on Earth.”
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