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Disney Dreams! Nighttime Spectacular

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Re: Disney Dreams! Nighttime Spectacular
« Reply #1860 on: December 05, 2014, 10:48:11 PM »
Awesome. Even more excited now
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Re: Disney Dreams! Nighttime Spectacular
« Reply #1861 on: December 06, 2014, 12:05:09 PM »
I would imagine Dreams being on now for the foreseeable future, considering they have only just recently started the theme the housing for the projectors and other bits related to the show. 

That says to me that they plan on using them for quite a long time.
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Re: Disney Dreams! Nighttime Spectacular
« Reply #1862 on: December 08, 2014, 01:22:30 PM »
I called to enquire about shows etc for 2015 and was told that Dreams will be on till the end of september

This was confirmed even before this Summer.
Disney Dreams started off with a contract until April 2019.
And considering the popularity it'll probably stay even longer.
But it will stay until at least April 2019. So the 25th Anniversary included.
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Re: Disney Dreams! Nighttime Spectacular
« Reply #1863 on: June 09, 2015, 01:38:44 PM »
Disney Dreams started off with a contract until April 2019.
And considering the popularity it'll probably stay even longer.
But it will stay until at least April 2019. So the 25th Anniversary included.

Really? That's great news - where did you hear/read that? I was just thinking that it would be a crying shame if Disney Dreams were to stop... brilliant to hear that's not likely any time soon.

Just wanted to add that we recently saw Dreams for the first time, and really loved it. We last went to DLRP in 2012, just before it was added. We were there in December 2014 to Jan 2015 so of course it was the Christmas/Winter version of the show, which was really well orchestrated, with Frozen and Toy Story themes, and the show was "presented by" Olaf. Everything in the show worked really well, including all the effects, and the show was brilliant - I got quite emotional. The only strange thing was that they featured the entirety of Olaf's "Summer" song right in the middle, which was really well done, but didn't fit at all with the rest of the Winter themed. The "Let it Go" section was particularly well orchestrated with the fountains and fireworks, and Olaf was a great host. We were most amused by his continued running commentary after the show had finished (which included "don't forget your bags... and your children" !).

Disney Dreams is definitely a spectacular addition to the Parks and a real showcase for the wonderful Paris castle  8)