When it comes to nighttime entertainment, no one does it like Disney.
Whether it’s the nighttime fireworks shows in Magic Kingdom or over in Disneyland, or whether it’s other nighttime shows like The Wonderful World of Animation at Disney’s Hollywood Studios or World of Color at Disney California Adventure, Disney GOES ALL OUT at night in the parks. But last night, the nighttime show LEFT the parks and came to the skies over Los Angeles!
Yesterday, May 20th, marked National Streaming Day which meant that Disney was celebrating its very own streaming service — Disney+. We got some updates, announcements, and deals, including a brand new trailer for upcoming Disney+ series, Ms. Marvel. But, those in L.A. were treated to a special nighttime show in its honor according to ABC7 — you can watch their recording below!
The show featured some familiar characters (like Baby Yoda and Darth Vader), along with the logos for Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+.
This isn’t the first time Disney has used drones for a nighttime show, though — Disneyland Paris uses drones during its nighttime show to celebrate its 30th anniversary, but they haven’t made their way to Disney World or Disneyland yet.
Of course, we’ll continue to keep you updated on all the latest Disney+ news, so be sure to stay tuned to AllEars for more!
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