Disney Confirms Closure of Two Live Shows in Disneyland

Get ready to say goodbye to two live shows in Disneyland‘s parks.

Golden Horseshoe – Disneyland

Disney has confirmed The Laughing Stock Co. will be leaving the Golden Horseshoe Saloon in Disneyland on September 15.

On the same day the Pixarmonic Orchestra band will take their final bow in California Adventure.

Pixarmonic Orchestra ©Disney

Disney did add that these are seasonal changes and part of their normal business operations.

Are you a fan of either of these shows? Will you be able to see them before they close? Let us know in the comments.

Source: OC Register

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Sarah has built a career in communications and marketing that started when she was the editor of her high school newspaper. She has written for AllEars.net since 2018, and enjoys sharing Disney news and updates with the AllEars community. She's been a Disney fan ever since her first visit to Walt Disney World when she was 5, and has been known to arrange trips around visiting a Disney park!

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3 Replies to “Disney Confirms Closure of Two Live Shows in Disneyland”

  1. So, let’s see if I have this right…
    Crowds are down due to lack of entertainment and high prices, so instead of increasing entertainment and decreasing prices, Disney is decreasing entertainment and increasing prices in order to try to fix the problem. Sounds a bit backwards to me.

    1. Where did you get the idea that crowds are down due to lack of entertainment and high prices? Crowds were down due to the fact that most of the lower tier annual passes were blacked out during summer. The vast majority of Disneyland’s crowds is from SoCal residents. Combine that with the media storm saying crowds were going to be HUGE due to Galaxy’s Edge and it was the perfect storm to have lower than normal attendance for a while. As stated in the article, this is normal seasonal changes. As they ramp up for Halloween, they discontinue some shows, will put in other shows, and reskin some rides to fit the theme. Business as usual.

      1. Except the cuts aren’t normal ones, they already did those during the summer. They are making more cuts than before.

        Lower level passes are no longer blocked out and attendance is still down, way down.

        All of this while Knott’s has been having record attendance….why? Because they have been snapping up the entertainment that Disney keeps cutting, while they may not be the exact same shows, many of the performers have been performing there, such as bands made up of the performers that used to do Mad T, Billy Hill and the Hillbillies, etc.

        All of these different people have die hard fans that follow them where they go.

        So yes, it is indeed due to prices being high and less entertainment.