Disneyland Just Released An All-New Virtual Parade So You Can Bring The Magic Home

The magic can still happen at home!
Disneyland's Magic Happens Parade Virtual Experience Brings The Park Inside Your Home

What do you do when the Happiest Place on Earth is closed? The answer is easy. This virtual viewing of Disneyland's Magic Happens Parade will bring the wonder of the park home with you.

Don't worry, though. You won't need to go outside - or even move around any of the furniture in your home. Just kick your feet up, grab your favorite snack, and get ready for loads of fun.

With the wave of his magic wand, Mickey will bring it all to life.

This eight-minute video brings you beautiful floats, colorful costumes, and fun new songs you can't help but sing along with.

As the park's first daytime parade in over a decade, it's a pretty big deal. Since the show is a musical, it's all set the score of catchy songs written by singer-songwriter Todrick Hall.

You'll get to join Frozen 2's Anna and Elsa on an icy adventure as they explore an enchanted forest that's guided by a mystical water spirit. Of course, Sven, Kristoff, and Olaf come along for the ride too.

As the cameras pan the streets, you'll get to see some cool close-up details that are usually easy to miss in the crowd. 

Moana and Maui make their debut from their fantastic living island - even the Kakamora dancers are all decked out in their coconut armor!

Then, there's Coco and Dante jamming out in the Lands of the Living Dead. You'll even get to watch Miguel play Ernesto de la Cruz's prized guitar.

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We don't want to give too much away, but let's just say the grande finale is pretty spectacular. You'll travel through classic moments from several Disney stories, including the time-old tale Sleeping Beauty.

All in all, it's a fantastic experience you won't want to miss. Who doesn't want a little pixie dust sprinkled on their everyday life?