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World of Color – Winter Dreams all-new nighttime Disneyland show debuts featuring Frozen, Toy Story, holiday songs
Since World of Color first debuted in June 2010, more than eight million theme park guests have gazed upon the nighttime spectacle of dancing fountains and vibrant projections, performed more than 2,100 times. Disneyland has regularly updated the show over the last 3+ years with new sequences and scenes from the latest movie releases. But it wasn’t until this Christmas season that an all-new World of Color show has finally premiered.

Making its debut in front of a crowd of press and Disney Parks Blog sweepstakes winners, World of Color – Winter Dreams showed off 30 minutes of holiday fun hosted by one of Disney’s newest characters, Olaf the snowman from the upcoming film “Frozen.” In attendance to help mark the new show’s debut was actor Josh Gad, voice of Olaf, alongside Imagineer and World of Color creator Steve Davison.

The crowd was given complementary Glow With the Show Mickey ear hats to interact with the new version of World of Color, adding an extra layer of visual pop to the already packed performance. It’s the second time Disneyland has created a big scene surrounding the Glow With the Show ears, first occurring with their unveiling in June 2012.

With everyone eared up and in position, Disney California Adventure ran World of Color – Winter Dreams for the public for the first time.

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