Add some magic to your quarantine with a little joy from the Happiest Place on Earth.
In a new initiative entitled #DisneyMagicMoments, Disneyland parks want to give families something to enjoy at home.
“Today, while we are temporarily closed, we wanted to bring magic directly to everyone at home with a special virtual viewing of the all-new ‘Magic Happens’ parade,” the company wrote on their blog on Sunday.
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“This daytime spectacular celebrates the awe-inspiring moments of magic that are at the heart of so many Disney stories.”
The “Magic Happens” parade features nine freshly constructed floats that highlight classic Disney favorites such as The Sword in the Stone, Cinderella, and Sleeping Beauty.
It also includes some up-to-date stories, including The Princess and the Frog, Moana, and Frozen 2.
According to the blog post, the new floats were designed as “pieces of moving art, with their lines and aesthetic design telling a story along the parade route.”
While the stories in the parade are deeply rooted in Disney classics, the parade itself transcends into the modern era with updated soundtracks, costume design, and choreography.
“Be sure to listen up for the energetic musical score and new songs, co-composed by singer-songwriter, Todrick Hall.”
The Disney Parks Blog will continue to feature more #DisneyMagicMoments and encourages users to continue to check back for “even more virtual pixie dust.”