A Musical Tradition with a 50-year History Is BACK in Disneyland

A lot has changed in Disney Parks since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, and there are still many things that have yet to return to “normal.”


One tradition has been missing on the streets of Main Street, U.S.A., in Disneyland Resort for two years, but it’s finally BACK! Find out how to celebrate 50 years of this tradition right here.

After two years of absence, the Disneyland All-American Band returned to Main Street, U.S.A., in Disneyland on June 21st! Their return is just in time for their 50th anniversary of performances.


The Disneyland All-American Band has been a Disneyland tradition since 1971, featuring musicians selected from colleges and universities across the United States. They spend 11 weeks performing in Disneyland Park under legendary Disney music clinicians such as Wayne Bergeron and Sal Lozano.


This year, the Disneyland All-American Band is comprised of 21 musicians from 13 universities in 10 different states, with students ranging in age from 21 all the way to early thirties! The band takes time to learn not only the music but also the choreography for a variety of classic Disney soundtracks.


According to their Facebook page, their current performance schedule is June 21st through June 25th at 6:10PM at the Town Square, 7:10PM at Sleeping Beauty Castle, and 8PM on Main Street, U.S.A. You can learn more about the Disneyland All-American Band in Disney’s video below!

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