Ignite the Dream - A Nighttime Spectacular of Magic and Light

Shanghai Disney Begins Trials of Nighttime Firework Spectacular

Ignite the Dream – A Nighttime Spectacular of Magic and Light is currently being tested as part of the phased reopening of Shanghai Disneyland. The firework spectacular originally opened in 2016 with the opening of the park. It closed with the park earlier this year due to COVID-19. It was not being presented when Shanghai Disneyland initially began its phased reopening. However, now it is being tested at 9:00 PM as conditions allow. Changes could also be made to help create a safe experience during this time of adjustment.

According to the page dedicated to the show on the Shanghai Disneyland website, the show lasts approximately 15 minutes. Here is the statement on the trial for the show during phased reopening:

Ignite the Dream – A Nighttime Spectacular of Magic and Light is currently in trial operations. During this period we may make operational adjustments, and appreciate your understanding and cooperation.

See Enchanted Storybook Castle transformed when Disney magic lights up the night with stunning special effects!

Shanghai Disneyland continues to operate with health and safety protocols in place to help keep guests and cast members safe. These include capacity on attendance through reservations, physical distancing, enhanced cleaning, face coverings, and also contactless transactions.

Here is the official description of Ignite the Dream – A Nighttime Spectacular of Magic and Light.

Let Mickey Mouse be your guide as he shows you the magic of dreams and the power of imagination. Here in the heart of Shanghai Disneyland, witness the wonder as Mickey discovers portals to new adventures, where worlds of wonder come to life.

Summoning breathtaking projections, lasers, fountains and much more, Mickey transforms the castle into an amazing new world—and awakens the dreamer inside us all!

Full Ignite the Dream – Shanghai Disneyland 2016



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