In adding up to the Disney theme park attractions, Walt Disneyland
theme park provides live entertainment throughout the park. From beginning to
end the years, this has included:
Throughout the park: - Disney characters greet guests, talk with
children, and facade for photos. Besides saluting visitors in regular places,
they often contribute in Disneyland parades.
Main Street: - Daytime and nocturnal parades that rejoice Disney
films or cyclic holidays with characters, music, and large floats.
Beginning May 2005, "Walt Disney's Parade of Dreams" is accessible, celebrating
more than a few of the classic Disney stories including The Lion King, Alice in
Wonderland, and Pinocchio.
Intricate fireworks shows featuring Disney songs and a look by "Peter Pan"
character Tinker Bell. The Fantasy in the Sky fireworks introduced in the
summer of 1956 and lasted through the summer of 1999.
2000 and beyond introduced fireworks presentations that have become more
complicated, featuring new pyrotechnics, launch locations, and storylines, such
as the show Believe... There's Magic in the Stars and the current 50th
anniversary festivity fireworks presentation.
The Disneyland Band, which has been part
of the park from the time when it's opening.
They play the role of the Town Band but also break out into smaller
groups like the Main Street Merchants Band, the Firehouse Sax Quartet, and an
assortment of groups in the area of New Orleans Square.
The Disneyland Band was conventionally all male. Main Street Piano Players play
at Corner Cafe on Main Street. Fantasmic!, a popular nocturnal show with Mickey
Mouse, special effects, balanced barges, fountains, lasers, a pirate ship, a
forty-five foot fire-breathing dragon, fireworks, and thirty-foot-tall "mist
screens," upon which lively scenes are projected.
Ticket book roughly 1975-1977.From Disneyland's opening until 1982, the price of
attractions was in addition to the price of park admittance. Park-goers paid a
small sum to get into the park, and then bought coupons, individually or in
booklets, that allowed them access to rides and attractions. To make all these
Disney theme park attractions more affordable by the public then Disney
discount tickets are sold.
The least-expensive "A" tickets gave access to the lesser attractions, while the
most-expensive "E" tickets gave access to the newest thrill rides or the most
interesting and unusual attractions. These tickets increased the craze for
Orlando Florida attractions. This led to the still-popular term "E ticket ride"
for any chiefly exceptional, extraordinary, or exciting experience.