VIDEO: Complete video of Shanghai Disneyland’s “Ignite the Dream” fireworks spectacular!

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The videos from Shanghai Disneyland are pouring in, and we’ve got some great clips from the Ignite the Dream nighttime fireworks spectacular for you to feast your eyes on!

A few things of note with this particular show is that it borrows properties like Frozen, Star Wars and many more to create a giant mishmash of magic that is sure to please all audiences. One thing that stands out immediately is the use of projection mapping to tell the story. Lucky for Shanghai Disneyland, there is an absolutely massive castle to play the role of “blank canvas” — that canvas comes alive unlike anything you seen before out of Disney park. Or at least to this scale.

Without further ado, here’s the full show!

And in case you were itching to just catch the Frozen or Star Wars sections, here they are individually:

Crazy awesome, right? What do you guys think of Disney’s newest fireworks show? Do you wish they would bring something like that to California or Orlando? Let me know what you think in the comments below, and as always, stick with Inside the Magic for all your Disney needs!

1 Comment

  1. Ian

    I’m actually lukewarm about this show. Now I realize it’s saying to say that sitting at my desk on the other side of the planet from actually seeing it in person but there wasn’t a good sense of flow or transition, no main unique new theme at the start or end. The castle projections and mini-World of Color were cool but were laggy and the resolution needs to be better if projected on that scale. The Star Wars section was downright weird with the Falcon flying in an awkward pre-rendered scene instead of stuff from the films. And lastly there was distinct lack of fireworks for a lot of portions of the “fireworks” show.

    All that said the segments that work really work and those are when the fountains, projections, and pyro are all working together without any of those things being dominating or left out entirely.

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