A Rainy Day at the Disneyland Resort – November 30, 2014

On November 30, 2014 it was the first rainy day of the Holiday Time season at the Disneyland Resort. This meant that people were ducking under anything they could duck under to stay dry, buying ponchos, and creating a long line at one of the three Starbucks locations around the Resort. This also meant that Mickey’s Rainy Day Cavalcade made its Holiday Time debut with Santa Claus and friends joining for a trek down the parade route. The evening brought the final evening for the Mad T Party. Thousands were in attendance and the rain was threatening performances throughout the evening. Spirits could not be dampened though and the show went on (despite rain during the last set for the Mad T Party band). Here is a look at the day, we hope you enjoy.

Musical Chairs

Mickey’s Rainy Day Cavalcade

Rainy Day Adventures at the Disneyland Resort


Mad T Party’s Final Evening

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