Disney’s long-awaited new nighttime show, Believe! Sea of Dreams will take the place of the beloved Fantasmic! show, which is set to debut in November.
The Walt Disney Company in collaboration with the Eastern Lands Company have decided that the time has come to update the nighttime entertainment offerings – and this time dedicated Disney Park fans will officially say goodbye to a much-loved show, Fantasmic!.
Originally announced in 2020, Believe! Sea of Dreams will run for 30 minutes and promises a beautiful and moving experience with state-of-the-art projection mapping illuminating the buildings of the Mediterranean Harbor and the park’s official Disney hotel, the MiraCosta Hotel at Tokyo Disney Resort. . one-of-a-kind theme park, Tokyo DisneySea. The new show is said to commemorate the 22nd anniversary of the Disney Resort.
The press release for the new night show explains:
In “Believe! Sea of Dreams, Friends of Disney and Pixar Remind Dreamers to Keep Believing and make their wishes come true. The spectacular show takes place at the Mediterranean Port of Tokyo DisneySea, where the waters turn into the Sea of Dreams—a place filled with “Wishing Stars” that appear whenever someone makes a heartfelt wish.
Transforming the Mediterranean port, the show features large boats dynamically gliding over the surface of the water, bright lasers and searchlights illuminating the night sky and, for the first times, images projected on the walls of the Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta®. The performance the space is further enhanced by Disney and Pixar movie characters and performances of dancers, allowing guests to feel as if they have stepped into the beloved Disney stories friends.
Guests can expect all-new nighttime entertainment at Tokyo DisneySea.
Tokyo Disney Resort’s new screening-rich show Believe! Sea of Dreams is described below:
Program Title: Believe! sea of dreams
Location: Mediterranean Port
Duration: About 30 minutes
Performances: 1 per day
Participating characters: Peter Pan, Wendy, Aladdin,
Rapunzel, Miguel, Ariel, Moana, Elsa and others
Capital investment: approximately 9.5 billion yen
The roster of characters, including Peter Pan, Rapunzel from Tangled, and Elsa, are definitely reminiscent of the upcoming Fantasy Springs expansion, which is also slated to open soon in 2023.
Fans are eagerly awaiting any new updates given the reduction in entertainment at Disney parks during the COVID-19 pandemic, and have long awaited the arrival of the new show at Tokyo DisneySea. The nightly slot that originally housed the iconic Fantasmic!, beloved by fans since 2011 when it debuted at Tokyo Disney Resort, will now play Believe! Sea of dreams from November 11, 2022.
Even at Tokyo Disney Resort, fans are obviously wary of the cost-cutting measures being taken at Disney parks, and we can only hope it’s as good as Fantasmic! or even better, and Disney Imagineering and the Oriental Land Company are sparing no expense here, at least – since the loss of the FastPasses, new ticketing announcements and price hikes have understandably upset fans, alongside concerted efforts to bring their parks back to life with engaging attractions. paid “FastPass” vacation packages and experiences.
We are so excited to see what a new Believe Energy! Sea of Dreams will bring Tokyo DisneySea to Tokyo Disney Resort.
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The Tokyo Disney Resort located in Urayasu, Chiba, Japan exists as the Walt Disney Company’s first-ever international Disney park and is owned and operated by Oriental Land Company. Located right next to JR Maihama Station, Tokyo Disney Resort includes two theme parks – Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea, connected by the Disney Resort Line monorail. The other two Disney parks in Asia are Hong Kong Disney Resort and Shanghai Disney Resort.
Tokyo DisneySea is a truly unique Society of Explorers and Adventurers (SEA) themed Disney park, it features seven themed lands, or “ports of call” – the Mediterranean Port, the American Seafront, the Delta of the Lost River, Discovery Port, Mermaid Lagoon, Arabian Coast and Mysterious Island. Equally unique are DisneySea’s unique and exclusive attractions – Soaring: Fantastic Flight, Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Crystal Skull, the SEA storyline old New York-style hotel Tower of Terror: Hotel Hightower, Jules Verne -inspired by 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea and the star attraction Journey to the Center of the Earth located in the park’s icon, the giant volcano of Mount Prometheus. Most unique of all is the official Disney hotel on the property (which basically redefines “on the property”) – the luxurious MiraCosta Hotel, built directly into the buildings of Tokyo DisneySea’s Mediterranean harbor itself.