One of the most magical portions of visiting a Disney Park is viewing the parades and taking part in the festivities that come with meeting characters.
Unfortunately, things don’t always go as planned during these times.
TikTok user @_disney._stuff_ shared a video of a parade float being towed away after breaking down at Disneyland Resort.
The resurfaced video shows the float being towed away, unable to function on its own.
Daytime parades have yet to return to Walt Disney World in Orlando, but Disney recently announced that from December 22 through to the end of the month on December 31, Magic Kingdom Guests will be able to see Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmastime Parade, twice a day. Festival of Fantasy is also set to return to Magic Kingdom next year; however, an exact timeline has not yet been announced.
Disney Parks’ official description of the parade reads:
Holiday Fun Along Main Street, U.S.A.
Delight in an entertaining display chock-full of good cheer.
The legendary street comes alive with yuletide spirit on select nights during Disney Very Merriest After Hours! Snap memorable photos of dancing gingerbread men, marching toy soldiers and beloved Disney Characters as they float by, waving hello. There’s even a special appearance by Santa Claus–riding in to wish everyone a Merry Christmas.
Not attending Disney Very Merriest After Hours? Check the My Disney Experience app for parade performances taking place between December 22, 2021 and December 31, 2021.
Disneyland Resort also announced that the Mainstreet Electric Parade, Fantasmic!, World of Color, and Disneyland Forever fireworks spectacular would all be returning in the spring of 2022.
What do you most enjoy about the Disney Park parades? Let us know in the comments.
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